Knowledge Management in Universities

Knowledge Management for many is a cryptic and meaningless term, but in reality, it is the current basis for the success of university organizations, not to mention all organizations. The most successful educational organizations are based on their main asset being their professionals or in the ability to create, innovate, and develop new [...]

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eLearning Historical Background

Correspondence education, the first version of distance education, developed in the second half of the nineteenth century in Europe (Britain, France, and Germany) and the United States it quickly spread. In 1840, English educator, Sir Isaac Pitman taught shorthand by mail. In 1873, Anna Ticknor created a society that provides educational opportunities for women [...]

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Things You Always Wanted to Know About Knowledge Management, But So Far Nobody’s Been Able to Tell You

1. What’s the nature Knowledge Management (KM)? The nature of knowledge management is multidisciplinary. Knowledge management draws upon a vast number of diverse fields such as: Anthropology and Sociology; Artificial Intelligence; Cognitive Science (Psychology and some other sciences); Collaborative Technologies such as Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Groupware, as well as intranets, extranets, portals, [...]

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