Knowledge Management and e-Learning Integration Model (KMELI)

@inproceedings{Judrups2016KnowledgeMA,
  title={Knowledge Management and e-Learning Integration Model (KMELI)},
  author={Janis Judrups},
  booktitle={ICEIS},
  year={2016}
}
The article offers a model for knowledge management and e-learning integration (KMELI). The purpose of this model is to support the development of human resources in business environment and use learning as a common field for both these disciplines, with a particular emphasis on the determination of learning needs on the level of the organisation and the employee. The instructional design approach-based methodological framework that describes in detail the activities conducted in each phase is… CONTINUE READING

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