Title

An architecture to aid students manage their personal knowledge

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

The Information Institute

Faculty

Business and Law

School

Management

RAS ID

2715

Comments

This article was originally published as: Garner, S. K. (2006). An architecture to aid students manage their personal knowledge. Proceedings of Conference on Information Science, Technology and Management. (pp. 8p). Alexandria, Egypt. The Information Institute.

Abstract

Students who undertake courses of study at colleges and universities are generally more successful if they are able to manage their personal knowledge well and effectively. This is important for all students, however it is of particular importance to international students where English is not necessarily their first language. This paper begins by discussing the meaning of personal knowledge management (PKM) and how it relates to teaching and learning, particularly to a commonly used instructional design framework. A low-level PKM architecture for students is then put forward and some of the electronic tools that students might utilise are then discussed. Finally a suite of tools is that might prove useful to students to aid their PKM is suggested

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