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For my entire student life, I am always busy learning and learning. I read and write everyday and get knowledge from the outside world. I barely think about how to manage what I have learned and how to apply them in my future study and life. After the first class of knowledge management, I found it was so fascinating because it made me start thinking about my learning process. Just like this blog post, we can go through the knowledge and reflect back what we have learned. Also I really like the format of our class, I mean using facebook, twitter, scoop.it and other social media. We are learning communication in a fast changing and high technological mass media environment. There is no better way for us to study and research the mass media than that we are part of what we are learning.
Knowledge has always been essential to human civilization. The evolution of knowledge can be traced to the ways in which it is communicated, or transferred. In prehistoric times, knowledge was tran...
The term “collective intelligence” generally refers to the cognitive abilities of a collection of individuals. Several of the works discussed in the class (e.g., Networked, Convergence Culture, and Semantic Sphere) discuss the opportunities involved in online collaboration.
What I learned in the UOKM class Professor Lévy's Knowledge Management class, like any good learning opportunity, raised more questions than answers. After all, 'good teachers don't give knowledge...
I’ve learned much more because of UOKM than in UOKM. The distinction might seem minor, but it relates to ideas about the acquisition of knowledge and how we evaluate KM practice for learning and improvement
It is interesting to contemplate that although individuals have access to a lot of information today, one can foresee that advances in science and technology will cause future generations to view our knowledge management practices with the same curiosity that we do the Greeks.