Knowledge Management System For Knowledge Transfer In Technical Institutions Case Study: Wote TTI
Maundu Linett K
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Lack of proper skills has led to mass failure in technical and business national examinations in the Technical Institutions. A committee, in its report, considered the problem of mass failure as due to lack or unavailability of resource materials in technical institutions. The rate at which technology is changing is not commensurate with the rate at which the human personnel imparting skills to the learners are being retrained or acquiring knowledge to fit aptly in their areas of specialization. This study involved carrying out a research in this field; designing and implementing a prototype system that will help in effective management and transfer of knowledge to students in technical institutions. The methodology used in developing the prototype was Rapid Application Development (RAD). It is an approach to systems development that includes method of development as well as software tools. RAD and prototyping shorten the time taken in the development process and involves more users in the process. The proposed system is expected to provide knowledge to learners in technical institutions as technology evolves most updated data is posted in the knowledge base to ensure that all the students have access to the most current information in different disciplines. This is geared towards helping the students to perform better in their examinations.
CitationDegree Of Master Of Science In Computer Science, University Of Nairobi, 2014
University of Nairobi