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IASL Research Abstracts: 202

Alqudsi-ghabra, T. (2007). Knowledge Management in Schools and for Schools. Kuwait.

Knowledge management (KM) is an interdisciplinary approach employed to assure leadership and competence by engaging strategies for the efficient, effective, and speedy use of information. KM techniques harness a variety of technologies in order to maximize the use of resources in the school and in surrounding schools. In other words, the creative use of technology and the creative act of sharing these experiences are paramount to knowledge-sharing and its management. Consequently, capturing knowledge and working collaboratively with the aid of technology is a condition that promotes growth in teachers and students alike.

School Libraries Worldwide, 13(2), 47-48.

Subject categories: 3, 6, 9, 10, 12, 13

Abstract submitted by Rachel Pultusker, University of Michigan.

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