|1.||Synthesise and apply knowledge management theory and concepts to analyse practical knowledge issues in both domestic and international context;|
|2.||Critically evaluate priorities and articulate key issues in complex knowledge management problems;|
|3.||Work effectively as a member of a team, including multidisciplinary teams, able to draw on, recognise and value the knowledge and contributions of others and balance team and individual goals; and|
|4.||Demonstrate autonomous, self-directed learning skills and habits.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Annotated Bibliography||Review of 5 Research Articles (500 words)||20%|
|Creative Works||KM Game Creation & Application with Rationale (Group)||30%|
|Journal||Weekly Learning Reflective Journal x5 (individual)||20%|
|Project||Critical Exploratory Report & Presentation Project (Group)||30%|
|Presentation||KM Game Development (Group)||20%|
|Essay||Essay on Literature (Individual)||20%|
|Case Study||Case Study Report (Group)||20%|
Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice (3rd ed.).
Dalkir, K. (2018).
Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
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