Knowledge Management 2015
KM for Research on ‘Writing for Publication’
A friendly, informal knowledge management (KM) research session was set up and mediated by Asst. Prof. Dr. Sureepong and A. Rusma from the Business English Department on Friday 29 April 2016 from 13:30-15.00 at CL 1103.The main objectives were to share among faculty members tips and strategies to publish academic papers in national and international journals and to exchange tacit knowledge in terms of paper publication.
KM for Teaching and Learning on ‘Learning Objectives Writing Using Bloom’s Taxonomy’
Knowledge management for graduate production was conducted on May 16, 2016. The session was conducted by Asst. Prof. Dr. Richard Lynch form Graduate School of Human Sciences. It was conducted for Business English lecturers. The objective of this session was to share the expert’s view about ‘Learning Objectives Writing Using Bloom’s Taxonomy’ for curriculum modification. After the sharing of learning objective writing, the participants wrote new learning objectives for their responsible courses. The new learning objectives would be implemented in the academic year 2017.