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Oct 16, 2011
Vic Klabbers joined Davide Piga's group

KM4Dev Nairobi

KM4Dev people based in Nairobi
Oct 16, 2011
Vic Klabbers and Peter J. Bury are now friends
Oct 7, 2011
Peter J. Bury left a comment for Vic Klabbers
"For a long time at TNU! How is the elearning world doing these days?"
Oct 7, 2011
Vic Klabbers commented on Carl Jackson's event 'KM4Dev Meet-Up in Nairobi'
"nice initiative! Being indoors most days might I suggest a meeting place outside? Most probably Westlands is a central area to meet (but i dont mind to be corrected in this as I dont live in westlands myself).  Art caffe westgate tends to get…"
Oct 7, 2011
Vic Klabbers is attending Carl Jackson's event

KM4Dev Meet-Up in Nairobi at TBC Nairobi

October 15, 2011 from 3pm to 5pm
Would KM4Dev members in Nairobi be interested in meeting up on Saturday 15th October at 3pm? At the KM4Dev Gathering in Rome last week I was inspired by the KM4Dev Africa discussions prompted by Jackie Nnam and I committed to  convene a Meet-Up while I am visiting. We will meet at the Savanah Cafe at 3pm on Saturday. It's got nice views and won't be as busy as Westlands shopping mall option.See More
Oct 7, 2011
Vic Klabbers is now a member of Knowledge Management for Development
Oct 7, 2011

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The Network University
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Organisational Learning, Online Facilitation, Collaborative Technologies, Communities of Practice, Research, Knowledge Mapping, Change Management, KM Strategies, Evaluating and Monitoring KM, Other
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At 5:13pm on October 7, 2011, Peter J. Bury said…
For a long time at TNU! How is the elearning world doing these days?

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