Policy of knowledge management in universities. From theory to practice

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LV
Written by João GOUVEIA, Tudor STANCIU, Jan SJOLIN

Higher education plays an essential role in society, creating new knowledge, transferring it to students and fostering innovation. Mass access to higher education and the spectacular expansion of research are two concepts that become increasingly competitive and developed heavily in the recent years. If initially, the former enhanced the resources for the latter in the modern era of scientific discovery, the postmodernism brought equilibrium between the two concepts, in the production of knowledge time. Nowadays, there´s a strong consensus around the idea that there´s a new paradigm which forces people and organizations to reposition themselves. This new paradigm has evolved around concepts such as learning organizations and knowledge-based organizations, designations that emphasize teamwork, decentralization, organizational learning and knowledge. The proposed survey in this paper is the outcome of an European project whose main purpose was to help school leaders to improve ICT usage in teaching and learning, by better managing the information and knowledge available in their organizations. This expertize is now used at university level.

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Gouveia J., Stanciu T., Sjolin J., 2012, Policy of knowledge management in universities. From theory to practice. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LV, ISSN-L 2285-5750, 167-172.

 


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