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The critical role of libraries in academic institutions :Nerve ccnters of learning
Submitted by libman on 28 November 2009 - 4:38pm.
Khulisa has approximately 60 employees and is growing rapidly. We have a strong commitment to being a learning organisation, which requires excellent and robust systems.
For more information, please see www.khulisa.com
Part Time Librarian/ Knowledge Management Specialist
Part time position to establish and maintain systems for managing both paper-based and electronic resources. This part time position is flexible and will require approximately 25 hours per week.
· Electronic records management.
· Web design and development, familiarity with content management systems
Submitted by KMAadmin on 20 November 2009 - 9:57am.
DBSA Information Unit's KMAfrica.com finalist in the Investing in the Future 2009 award
The DBSA Information Unit was last week recognised as a finalist in the Mail & Guardian 2009 Investing in the Future Awards in the Company Partnership section for the KMAfrica.com KnowledgeHub portal.
“We are delighted to be a finalist in the Investing in the Future Awards” said Gordon Coburne of the DBSA Information Unit. “The recognition of KMAfrica, along with feedback from our members confirms that our strategy of building features and content to meet the expectations for Africa's Knowledge Community is working and that increasing numbers of KM practitioners are making the connection with each other”.
Submitted by KMAadmin on 2 November 2009 - 3:13pm.
Libraries are critical institutions whose services permeate each and every aspect of human life. The pervasive natures of libraries make them indispensable tools for socio-economic and spiritual development of human kind. Libraries are the foremost cultural institutions of our times that provide a free space for the pursuit of knowledge. The essence of the library as a place and an institution lies in providing free and equal access to knowledge irrespective of race, caste, sex, or age .Appadorai views libraries as God’s gifts to humankind and this distinguishes libraries from those institutions whose services and products are profit driven.1
Submitted by collence chisita on 15 October 2009 - 7:34am.
We've added a new feature to KMAfrica which is the ability for visitors to comment on all content types on KMAfrica. The comments will go through a moderation queue in order to avoid spam so please be patient while we look at what you have to say. The new comment policy will allow anyone to comment without having to create an account on KMAfrica.com
Submitted by KMAadmin on 29 September 2009 - 1:16pm.