This case study explores the outcome of a pilot program developed prior to the implementation of a campus-wide, online curriculum framework at a Japanese university of education, the problems encountered in making a successful KM transition, and suggestions for improving the effectiveness of KM practices. Seeking to emulate reform movements elsewhere, Japanese higher education is moving toward western models of standards-based education through the creation of curriculum frameworks that require interactive forms of data management. Presented with the challenge of planning, building, and implementing a data management system for campus-wide use, the author discusses how technological challenges are met in small institutions by creating stakeholders in the KM system at student, faculty, and administrative levels.
|Keywords:||Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management in Education, KM Success, Exemplary Practices, Transitions, Technology|
Lecturer, School of English and Foreign Language Education, Nara University of Education, Nara, Nara, Japan
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