A Study into Knowledge Management and E-Learning in Educational Organizations

Negin Jabbary, Masoud Piri Tosanloo, Kazemi-Malekmahmoudi Shima, Keikha Zahra

Abstract


In the information age, knowledge is considered the key to success. In the modern world, productivity consists in managers' ability to create new scopes of knowledge and stimulate smart activities. The development of information and communication technology and the exponential increase of information and knowledge about the use of modern communicative and information devices including computer have made it essential for educational institutions and universities which are the cradle of education and knowledge production as well as knowledge and professional workforce of a society. With the introduction of computer to human life in parallel with the spread of the internet, many social concepts and services have changes and been moving toward a radical development as the effects of the developments are manifested in the everyday life more and more. In this respect, knowledge management seems essential in order to generate boundless enthusiasm for moving toward E-learning and organizational capacity improvement. In this paper, the function and necessity of E-learning and knowledge management in organizations are addressed.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n3s3p248


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