Abstract: The need for more knowledge management courses is starting to be recognised and a few such courses are now being established. The MSc in Knowledge Management Systems at South Bank University, which commenced two years ago, is one such example. The course is based in the School of Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics.
Abstract: I got into knowledge, enterprise and document management because I had clients who needed library automation solutions. When these clients realized how easy it was to find externally produced documents, they understood the value of having their internally created documents just as easily findable. I jumped in with both feet using transferrable skills
The biennial International Symposium of Information Science (ISI) (German: Internationales Symposium für Informationswissenschaft) is gathering of scholars, researchers and students from Europe and beyond who share a common interest in critical information issues in contemporary society. The conference series originated in the German-language information science community but has become more and more international in recent
Abstract: A startling blog post entitled reflection on KM and libraries in law firms came over the transom today. In it Morgan Wilson, a law librarian, recounted his experiences of working in a library that was part of a law firm knowledge management department. These experiences led him to the conclusion that it