Abstract: This paper surveys the formal KM courses currently offered in Australia. It is a part of a wider project by Charles Sturt University’s Community of Scholars, ‘Matching Users with Information’, which seeks to establish the state of knowledge of KM among LIS professionals, the extent to which they are finding positions in the
In the LinkedIn Group of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) Jessy S. asks: I live in Belgium and my country doesn’t offer a Master in Library or Information Management or in Knowledge Management. I’m considering the online alternative. Does anybody have any experience with this, perhaps graduated?
Abstract: As a newly emerging field of study, KM education is faced with significant challenges which continue to evolve. Informed by wider organisational perspectives, this paper presents the findings of recent research into this field. The first part of the research was in the form of an online survey canvassing the views of the
Abstract: This paper looks at the complex web of interrelationships that is emerging as the library and information professions come to terms with the growing phenomenon of knowledge management. This is manifest at one level in the wider organisational and business context, and at another in the professional and employment spheres. Two of the