#SLAtalk: Get to Know KM with SLA’s Knowledge Management Division!

The term knowledge management is used a lot in the library and information science world. But do you truly know what it means and how to use it?

Get the scoop about KM from SLA’s Knowledge Management Division during our hour-long Twitter chat. Members of the KM Division will be participating in the chat to engage you and answer your questions. Learn everything you wanted to know about KM, but didn’t know how to ask!

Wednesday, July 22
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET
What time is that where you are?
► Follow @SLAhq on Twitter and use #SLAtalk to join the conversation.
► New to Twitter chats? Read “How to #SLAtalk.

Q1 (first 15 minutes): Is there a definition of knowledge management that resonates with you? One you’ve read? One you’ve developed yourself?

Q2 (second 15 minutes): Are you responsible for areas or products in your workplace that are considered knowledge management? If so, which ones (e.g., maintaining an expertise database, researching and writing lessons learned, etc.)?

Q3 (third 15 minutes): What KM strategy or technique do you find most valuable in your organization? How does that work for you and your organization?

Q4 (last 15 minutes): Which resources do you use to learn about or sharpen your KM skills? Experts, here’s your chance to share some books/articles/Websites/social media you use to stay on top of KM!

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2 responses to “#SLAtalk: Get to Know KM with SLA’s Knowledge Management Division!”

  1. […] July 22, SLA hosted a Twitter chat to help demystify knowledge management. Members of SLA’s Knowledge Management Division were […]

  2. Leslie Merriman says:

    Is this group still active within SLA? the posts I see are generally from 2015. I am interested in joining SLA but solely for a KM focused group.

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