Higher Education KM Courses: Tell Your Stories
In the Yahoo! Group of the Systems Integration KM Leaders Community Stan Garfield asks the members about their experiences in higher education teaching or studying Knowledge Management.
Last week I participated in the Knowledge Management Education Forum in Washington, DC. This prompted me to ask three questions:
(1) Have you studied knowledge management at a college or university, either at the undergraduate or graduate level? If so, please reply with details on the school, classes, program, degree, and a story about your experience.
(2) Have you taught a KM class at a college or university? If so, please reply with details and a story about your classes, students, and department.
(3) Do you lead a KM degree program at a college or university? If so, please reply with details and a story about your challenges, accomplishments, and vision.
Thanks for sharing your stories with this community
Stan Garfield: Higher Education KM Courses. ‘SIKM Leaders Community’ Yahoo! Group, May 10, 2011.
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