The ASIS&T SIG-KM International Research Symposium (KM Symposium), organized by the Association for Information Science and Technology’s Special Interest Group on Knowledge Management (ASIS&T SIG-KM), showcases the works of scholars and practitioners researching the knowledge management field. The primary goal is to encourage and empower participants who are new in knowledge management. Through this symposium
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.
Abstract: Embracing knowledge management (KM), or at least learning how to align one’s work with knowledge management vocabulary and processes within an organization, can prove beneficial to librarians whether they are working inside or outside of a library setting. For library and information science (LIS) professionals seeking opportunities outside of library settings, knowledge management projects,
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?