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Building an online collection of KM-Impact Resources

You may have heard the KM Impact Challenge is gathering case-stories describing how people measure their knowledge management and learning activities. The Challenge is also compiling a comprehensive collection of existing literature addressing these issues. There are currently over 40 resources in the online Library and with your help this collection will continue to grow. Take a look at: http://kdid.org/kmic/library We invite you to share articles, toolkits and other interesting references by clicking the "Share Resource" button.

Louise Clark recently added a blog post providing an overview of the most interesting resources in the Library. Read her post at: http://kdid.org/kmic/blogs/building-online-collection-km-impact-res...

There are also a number of resources referenced at the end of her previous post summarizing the KM4dev discussion "Is it actually possible to measure knowledge sharing?" http://kdid.org/kmic/blogs/km4dev-discussion-synthesis-%E2%80%93-%E...

Please consider sharing a case story. Submit yours by December 31st to be eligible to win the $1000 early entry award. Visit http://kdid.org/kmic

The KM Impact Challenge is an initiative of USAID’s Knowledge-Driven Microenterprise Development (KDMD) Project

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