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Probable topics:KM tools share fair (Gashaw Kebede to lead organisation and check our Facebook page)UNICEF's 'communication for development' approach (person to be identified)Social implications of knowledge-sharing / contextualisation... (Nadja Shashe)And possibly also... (parked from earlier sessions)Organisational learning and KM (Tigist Endashaw) KM of social media (Elshadai Negash)A (possible) peer assist case…See More
eLearning Africa is the Continent’s largest gathering of high-level policy makers, decision makers and practitioners from education, business and government. The key networking event for developing eLearning capacities on the Continent, eLearning Africa 2014 will take place from 28th to 30th May in Kampala, Uganda. Serving as a pan-African platform, eLearning Africa is a must for those who want to develop multinational and cross-industry contacts and partnerships, as well as enhance their…See More
Possible topics:Organisational learning and KM (Tigist Endashaw)KM of social media (Elshadai Negash)KM basics (Sara Seyoum)UNICEF's 'communication for development' approach (person to be identified)A (possible) peer assist case about taking up the communication/KM lead of the Nile Basin Development Challenge program (Aberra Adie)Follow up / feedback from the peer assist on the KM audit survey (Adrian Young)How to work on comms/KM without internet, as is the case (Frehiwot Yilma)How to move away…See More
Friday 19 any of you guys can come over to the ILRI campus around 4pm to meet up with a very interesting group of people with a KM/comms background, including Paul 'Writeshop' Mundy (he coined the term and started the approach)... After that short 'networking' session (we promise sthg fun!) there's an option to enjoy a wonderful mesheta (local food, drinks and music) at the Zebu Club!See More
Agenda:The next event will tentatively address the following (some in parallel sessions)A tool/hands-on session on blogs, Slideshare and Yammer (Tsehay/Zerihun);Follow up on the ICT-KM project overview (Meti/Fanos/task force);A peer-assist case from Addis on how to get researcher colleagues to do something about KM (will be prepared and communicated in due time) – there is space for 1 or 2 other cases in parallel; One of these cases could be the one presented below as ‘sharing insights’…See More
This third get-together can host a maximum of 25 participants - it may last the whole afternoon, this is still being debated.AgendaThe discussion will focus on: A hands-on session on social media; Follow up on the ICT-KM project overview; A peer-assist case: one person can present a concrete problem they are facing to pick the brains of others in the group; IFPRI to present their KM/social media work; Directions: SNV is located on Debrezeit road at the 1st junction on the right to Kirkos…See More
All development (& research) knowledge and communication specialists in Addis Ababa and more widely in EthiopiaSee a presentation explaining what this group stands for and has done so far.See our Facebook group.See More
Following our first get-together on 26 January, this is a second discussion where we have identified the topics:A brief introduction to social media and hands-on session on various social media (Yammer, Twitter, blogs, wikis, delicious, slideshare, FlickR) - Zerihun and Teshay will prepare this);A mapping of all ICT and KM projects in Ethiopia (Metadel and Fanos will prepare this);A…See More
The brand new KM4Dev AA/Ethiopia group is a space for all communication, knowledge sharing/management, learning specialists that wish to share information and tips, work together or just socialise.To make this group more lively and indeed 'alive' ILRI organises a first get-together for all people in the group or keen on joining it.This get together will be informal and will be facilitated in a fun and…See More
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