Annotation Definition for dissemination the act or process of spreading, especially an individual: the dissemination of information by word of mouth or otherwise.
definition A process of dissemination.
disseminator a person who disseminates information or material to others to enable them to better understand the message, and/or provide more useful information.
article The definition of dissemination is a complex one, with several distinct meanings, as explained by the Oxford English Dictionary.
But in general, the definition for dissemination is that a person or group disseminates or communicates information to others through a form of communication that is not directly in writing or by a written document.
The dictionary defines dissemination in its definition of disseminate: dissemination, in a communication or communication-like process, means to convey by a medium that does not require the use or production of a written or electronic form, either in its own words or in the written or electronically produced form of a communication, and that includes a computer or a telecommunications network, or that does so in the presence of a person, group, or object other than the recipient of the communication or in a manner that does a reasonable amount of work to make the communication more efficient or more effective than if it were in writing.
The definition includes dissemination via email, social media, a web page, an RSS feed, or a mobile application.
Dissemination can be a form or process, or both.
The first meaning of dissemination, for example, would be to transmit information, the other to convey it.
A person who spreads information through a medium other than written or spoken words or by written or written-only information, as the definition of distribution does, is also called disseminator.
To disseminate information, a person must: provide written or audio communication of the information in order to receive it, or