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International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM)

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The International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM), organized by the Faculty of Library and Information Science, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City, offers a platform for scholars, experts, professionals, and individuals to engage in dialogue and share insights on the theoretical and practical aspects of managing knowledge.

Semantic Layer Symposium

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The Semantic Layer Symposium, organized by Enterprise Knowledge (EK), is for anyone interested in diving deep into the world of semantic layers and exploring how to integrate an organization’s knowledge assets with context to make better decisions, perform more efficiently, and deliver knowledge at the point of need. Learn from industry experts,

Knowledge Management Convention (KMConvention)

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The Knowledge Management Convention (KMConvention), organized by the Knowledge Management Practitioners Society of Kenya (KMPSK), provides practical advice, inspiring thought leadership from Knowledge Management practitioners as they steer their organizations into the future, and in-depth workshops and capacity building on how Knowledge Management can provide enormous value proposition for your organization and transform your business.

Academic Seminar on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Services*

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The Academic Seminar on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Services (Chinese: 知识管理与知识服务学术研讨会) invites domestic and foreign experts and scholars engaged in knowledge management and knowledge services related research and practice to share their latest practical progress and academic achievements. The seminar is jointly sponsored by the “Library and Information Services” magazine, the editorial