Perspectives on education for knowledge management
Abstract: This paper looks at the state of education in knowledge management (KM). It reports findings from a study of knowledge management courses included in the curriculum of academic disciplines of business, computing, and information. Based on a review of course descriptions selected from web sites of universities in Australia, Canada, Singapore, UK, and USA, the paper describes levels of courses, curriculum areas and topics, and differences in emphasis in teaching knowledge management courses in different departments and schools.
ABDUS SATTAR CHAUDRY and SUSAN ELLEN HIGGINS: Perspectives on education for knowledge management. In: Evelyn Daniel (Ed.): Libraries and Librarians: Making a Difference in the Knowledge Age. Proceedings of the World Library and Information Congress: 67th IFLA General Conference and Council, August 16-25, 2001, Boston, MA
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