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The ASIS&T SIG-KM International Research Symposium (KM Symposium), organized by the Association for Information Science and Technology’s Special Interest Group on Knowledge Management (ASIS&T SIG-KM), showcases the works of scholars and practitioners researching the knowledge management field. The primary goal is to encourage and empower participants who are new in knowledge management. Through this symposium students and early career researchers can network and present their research to others in the field. This would help the participants to receive feedback on their work before submitting their research to peer-reviewed publications. Additionally, participants can find mentors and research collaborators beyond their immediate professors. These events open doors to new work opportunities and new connections.
SIG-KM International Research Symposium 2021, September 29, 2021,
University of North Texas, Denton, Texas Virtual venue
(Co-organizer: ASIS&T UNT Student Chapter; Co-sponsors: University of North Texas Department of Information Science (Host), University of Dhaka Department of Information Science and Library Management, and San Jose State University School of Information)
Global Challenges and the Need for Knowledge Management Research Agenda
Analysis of Influencing Factors of Knowledge Dissemination and Sharing Based on SEIRR Model
Understanding the Impact of Bad Words on Email Management through Adversarial Machine Learning
Student’s Readiness for Knowledge Management Through E-learning during Pandemic: A Study of Christ University (Delhi)
Big data with Knowledge Management Tools: Issues and Challenges with Library and Information Centre
Leveraging Information Literacy for Posttraumatic Growth
Relationship between Personality Traits and Knowledge Sharing Behavior: A Systematic Literature Review
Knowledge Management in the Context of Linked Data in Cultural Heritage Institutions
Use of analytics and librarianship decision-making practices in Australian University libraries
Research on conflicting opinions and overlapping consensus in the public emergency
Understanding the relationship between critical literacy, cultural literacy, and religious literacy for second generation immigrants
Sense of belonging and inclination towards knowledge sharing in organizations
Sex Inequalities in the Knowledge Economy
Project Oneness World: Knowledge sharing through the Life Journeys of Information Scientists
A Model of Wisdom: Call for Research