Knowledge Management in Academia: Innovative Teaching and Learning
Over the years
teaching and learning practices have moved from teacher-centric to
student-centric and from content-based to outcome-based. More
importantly achieving alignment between the academic content design,
delivery and assessment while catering to the multiple individual
learning styles of individual students has become the main focus of
teaching and learning activity design and development. As the focus
moved from teacher-centric to student-centric and to the multiple
individual learning styles, the knowledge to be collected and managed
has grown hyper exponentially. Instructors need to collect, organize,
retrieve and use knowledge about individual students, their respective
individual progression over different assessments, preferred learning
styles, etc. It is a daunting task. Instructors need innovative,
technology-enabled knowledge management methods, techniques and tools
to achieve this objective. This session will discuss the issues
involved and suggested methods, tools and techniques for effective
knowledge management for innovative teaching and learning activities.
Target participants include:
- Researchers and
academics in the domains of Knowledge Management and Education
- Instructors seeking
to achieve constructive alignment
developers/vendors for enabling technologies
Intended benefits from the session:
- Exposure to the
developments in instructional design process
- Knowledge artifacts
in instructional design process
- Frameworks for
knowledge management in instructional design process
- Guidelines for
Papers will be evaluated for
originality, significance, clarity, and contribution. It is IBIMA
policy to send complete papers to two reviewers for full blind peer
to send a summary of review back to the author(s) . Short papers/abstracts
will be reviewed by reviewer and/or the editor. All review comments and
suggestions should be addressed in the final submission. Submitted Papers must not have
been previously published or currently submitted
for publication elsewhere.
proceedings will be
published as an e-book on a
CD (ISBN: 978-0-9821489-0-7) and will be published on the "Communications of the IBIMA"
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