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KM Communities, Competencies, Education & Events on ‘The Knowledge Bucket’

Initiated by Cory Banks (Australia), ‘The Knowledge Bucket’ is an open source wiki on topics in knowledge management.

In terms of content about knowledge management, definitly worth to take a look on it, for educators/trainers (course designers) as well as for students. The wiki’s resource pages on Communities, Education and Events are of special interest to discover knowledge management education and training opportunities. As basis for pedagogical issues in course design the wiki’s resource page on Competencies is recommended.

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Tags: "OER", 2012-07: Knowledge Management Education Forum Summit (KMEF Summit)**, 2014-10: Australian Capital Territory Knowledge Management (actKM) Forum Conference**, Australian Capital Territory Knowledge Management Forum (actKM Forum), case studies, Charles Sturt University, Gurteen Knowledge Community, Hong Kong Knowledge Management Society (HKKMS), Information and Knowledge Management Society (iKMS), KM approach, KM blogs, KM books, KM competencies, KM glossary, KM leaders, KM models, KM theories, KM tools and techniques, Knowledge Management Development Centre (KMDC), Knowledge Management for Development (KM4Dev), Knowledge Management Society of Korea (KMSK), Knowledge Workers Toronto, Melbourne Knowledge Management Leadership Forum (Melbourne KMLF), Monash University, New South Wales Knowledge Management Forum (NSW KM Forum), New Zealand Knowledge Management Network (NZKM), Queensland Knowledge Management Forum, related fields, SIRF Knowledge Management Roundtable New South Wales, SIRF Knowledge Management Roundtable Victoria / Tasmania, Society for Organizational Learning Australia (SoL Australia), SuperCoP KM Belgium, Systems Integration KM Leaders Community (SIKM Leaders), University of Canberra (UC), University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

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