KM News & Resources links for 2008-12-10

  • Twitter Group: Knowledge Management (KM) Practitioners;
    Group Tag: #km; Group Short URL:
    (tags: Communities Portals)
  • This paper provides empirical support to the issues that concern the connections of different communities that are involved in computer science teaching in secondary education. The members of the communities participated in a web-based community and contributed to project development activities regarding the design, implementation and evaluation of ICT-based educational material. The projects served as the mediating objects around which members of the different communities crossed the boundaries of their practices and achieved mutual engagement.
    (tags: Edu_Articles)
  • an organization that searches for better outcomes, including new solutions, to the management of knowledge resources. There are probably 5 billion people who live in the margins of the global economy, and an entire planet that depends upon knowledge for economic and personal development, education and health, political power and freedom, culture and fun.
    (tags: Societies/Assoc. Weblogs DiscussionGroups Journals/Magazines)
  • Social Watch is an international network informed by national citizens’ groups aiming at following up the fulfilment of internationally agreed commitments on poverty eradication and equality. These national groups report, through the national Social Watch report, on the progress – or regression – towards these commitments and goals.
    (tags: Communities Surveys Studies)
  • A collaborative magazine development project. Come see and take part!
    (tags: Projects Communities Journals/Magazines)
  • The Venturous Australia Report recommended an advisory committee of web 2.0 practitioners should be established to propose and help steer governments as they experiment with Web 2.0 technologies and ideas. (Recommendation 10.2)
    (tags: Who_is_who)
  • The KIS Project mobilizes knowledge. We understand that effective knowledge mobilization (KM) requires two-way communication. More than simply sharing academic research, we see value in providing forums for discussing the issues facing agriculture and rural communities so that we can be better prepared as an industry to face the challenges in the 21st Century.
    (tags: Projects)

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