Abstract: The main objective of this paper is to explore the changes in library education in the context of the emergence of both information science and knowledge management. This paper is based on the review of scientific literature published in books, journals, websites, and other secondary sources and on the authors own viewpoints. The
Abstract: As evident in Fig. 1 above [Roles of a Competent Knowledge Manager], making a successful knowledge manager requires training and understanding of the taxonomy of information and knowledge. The society in which information is utilized has witnessed remarkable changes in recent years. This has affected the way information is created, handled, packaged, organized,
Abstract: Knowledge management spans numerous disciplines, so it is not surprising that graduate level programs in KM have their roots in diverse fields. Some have emerged from library science and focus on the management of information, including records management. Others come from an IT perspective and offer enterprise information systems or database management programs.