04 juin 2018

Exploring the Open Knowledge Landscape

Exploring the Open Knowledge Landscape
Lorna M Campbell, Open World, 2018/05/02
There's a lot going on in this post from Lorna Campbell consisting of the transcript and slides from her keynote at the FLOSS UK Spring Conference in Edinburgh. It's a pretty good overview of open education and open educational resources (OER). More...

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03 juin 2018

Where will tomorrow's graduates come from?

Education & Skills TodayKnowledge has become the new currency of today’s economy. Digitalisation, technological innovation and globalisation have together made intellectual capital the most important asset in today’s era, and countries have responded by increasing access to higher education like never before. More...

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01 juin 2018

Reconfiguring Knowledge in Higher Education

MelbourneChanging pressures, directions and practices in relation to knowledge pose challenges for universities today. Policy reforms and concerns with national economic competitiveness; changed technologies; preparation of professionals for different kinds of knowledge-intensive work practices; more traditional knowledge objectives of universities in roles of enlightenment and discovery are all part of the current scene. More...

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28 mai 2018

So What is Knowledge Management Anyway?

So What is Knowledge Management Anyway?

Another (the second in a series of twelve) short article for LearnScope. More...

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What Do We Know About Knowledge?

What Do We Know About Knowledge?

This short article is the first of a series I am writing for Learnscope in Australia. In it, I introduce in a nutshell the idea of knowledge and talk a bit about what we know and how we know. More...

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22 mai 2018

Sharing the Wealth of Knowledge

Sharing the Wealth of Knowledge

This short email looks at three ways companies try to capture the knowledge of their employees in a central knowledge base. More...

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17 mai 2018

From Knowledge Management to Learning on Demand

From Knowledge Management to Learning on Demand
The third in my series for LearnScope, this article looks at the rise of learning on demand as a natural outgrowth of knowledge management and information and communications technologies. More...

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07 mars 2018

Knowledge Management for Call Centres

Knowledge Management for Call Centres
This quick (and somewhat light) white paper surveys the needs and requirements of a knowledge management system for call centres. Professionals in the field will be familiar with the contents, but the outline is useful for people thinking about online (and just-in-time) learning and information retrieval in other fields. More...

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26 février 2018

KM and Human Nature

KM and Human Nature
I ask you, when's the last time you saw a water cooler in an office? Much less people standing around the water cooler exchanging tacit knowledge? OK, how about in organizations like mine, where the bulk of the staff is in an office 1000 miles away? Or even on the typical universitry campus where most of the people you work with are on another floor or in another building. More...

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01 novembre 2017

Comment devenir une société apprenante ?

Logo - Thot CursusVers une société apprenante (.pdf) - Rapport sur la recherche et développement de l’éducation tout au long de la vie.

Qui sont les auteurs du rapport
Un rapport, aussi officiel soit-il, est porté par des auteurs ayant des attachements et des engagements qui en orientent les propositions et les conclusions. Plus...

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