Abstract: On June 28th, as part of the 2010 ALA Annual Conference, approximately 45 would-be Knowledge Managers had the opportunity to interact with some of the federal government’s leading Knowledge Management (KM) practitioners in an exciting informational/networking event hosted by Amanda Wilson, Director of the Department of Transportation’s National Transportation Library.
Initiated by Cory Banks (Australia), ‘The Knowledge Bucket’ is an open source wiki on topics in knowledge management. 1) 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 (archived wki page),
(2009) This section focuses on the role of KM in higher education and continuing education. Included are listings of KM degree and certificate programs, links to selected KM course syllabi, recommended textbooks, teaching cases and other resources beneficial to KM educators. Content Index: KM Course Materials: This document
This wiki used to be the place where Andre Saito from the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology gatherd notes and references for his PhD research on Knowledge Management education. (see research proposal below) Unfortunately the wiki is no longer available but luckily most of it’s valuable content is archived by the WayBack Machine.
Group Profile: This group covers Knowledge Management related career topics, including career advice, career pathing, education, certification, and roles and responsibilities. Group Archive Link » Note: The Knowledge Management Career group as well as other groups are no longer available but past discussions are still archived on the Toolbox