A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MODEL STUDIE CASE: CEIDIS ULA

Beatriz E. Sandia Saldivia, Ana C. Muñoz García

Abstract

Knowledge management is one of the priority areas of study, both at the organizational level as in the technology. It is because of the importance of knowledge as an asset for government organizations. Universities, whose business is closely tied to the creation and dissemination of knowledge, are not unknown to this trend and give special attention to the development of knowledge management mechanisms, such as priority research and development. Knowledge management is an essential part of university management. This knowledge management should be reflected in all academic fields, especially in the processes being undertaken for the implementation of interactive distance education or virtual programs. This article presents a knowledge management model, based on the organizational model for the Coordination of Interactive Distance Education (CEIDIS) of the Universidad de Los Andes, Mérida, Venezuela, which has the responsibility to give methodological and technical support to the processes of learning and distance learning using information and communication technologies (ICTs).

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Sandia Saldivia B. and Muñoz García A. (2009). A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MODEL STUDIE CASE: CEIDIS ULA . In - CSEDU, ISBN , pages 0-0


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year={2009},
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