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Knowledge Management Interactive Training System

Abstract: The KITS (Knowledge Management Interactive Training System) project is a three-year programme aimed at developing a web-based game that will support acquiring knowledge management expertise in a safe environment without needing to learn by making mistakes in real-life. Andrew Haldane Gertjan van Heijst, Noam Shalgi, Robert de Hoog and Ton de Jong describe it achievements in its first year and its plans for the future.

Andrew Haldane, Gertjan van Heijst, Noam Shalgi, Robert de Hoog and Ton de Jong: Is knowledge management just a game? The knowledge management interactive training system. Inside Knowledge, Volume 4 Issue 7, 2001, pp. 14-17.

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  • Full text (PDF w. figures) from authors
  • Archived homepage of the KITS project (KM Quest simulation game)

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  • Jong, T. de (Editor) (2003). Final project report. EC project KITS (IST-1999-13078), KITS Deliverable D19, Enschede: KITS consortium. Full text »
    (Note: This deliverable and some of the others are available on the archived homepage of the KITS project)
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