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International Conference on Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems (IPMU)*

Knowledge Management conferences| Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

The biennial International Conference on Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems (IPMU) aims to bring together scientists working on various methods for the management of uncertainty in intelligent systems. This conference provides a medium for the exchange of ideas between theoreticians and practitioners using different methods to address the important issue of

Congreso Internacional Equipo de Desarrollo Organizacional (CIEDO)*

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  • Temáticas: Metodologías y estrategias para la nueva gestión del conocimiento colectivo y la promoción de la cultura de aprendizaje. El nuevo sentido del aprendizaje y de la formación en las organizaciones. Gestión del talento y de la inteligencia colectiva en las organizaciones. Redes corporativas para la promoción de la cultura de aprendizaje e inteligencia colectiva en las organizaciones. Aprendizaje social y colaborativo en la gestión del conocimiento colectivo. Gestión del aprendizaje formal e informal en las organizaciones. El rol de los directivos en los nuevos escenarios.

JAIST International Symposium on Knowledge Science (ISOKS)

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The JAIST International Symposium on Knowledge Science (ISOKS) is a two-day symposium, organized by the Academic Field of Knowledge Management of the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology’s School of Knowledge Science. It is to explore new dimensions of Knowledge Science specially focusing on Systems Science, Innovation Management, and Service Science.

Students as Knowledge Ambassadors

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Abstract: Universities in Kenya have invested in library services and resources to support their teaching and learning activities. However, these resources are not used adequately leading some universities to develop partnership programmes with students, known as knowledge ambassadors, to educate their peers about library resources and services available in their institutions. This study sought