Presentation Slides

Introduction: eLearning

This presentation on eLearning draws from the experience of the Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project in managing the Global Health eLearning (GHeL) Center. The learning objectives of the presentation are:

Share Fairs

This presentation on Share Fairs includes the following learning objectives:

  • Explain what a Share Fair is
  • Recall key activities that should take place for a successful share fair
  • Recall the lessons learned/knowledge nuggets from 2016 Arusha share fair
  • Access tools and resources to help you develop a successful share fair
  • Understand the importance of evaluating a share fair and innovative options for doing so
     

Communities of Practice

This presentation introduces the concept of a community-of-practice (CoP) and how it can be used to facilitate knowledge exchange. It also explains how to plan for success, what different platforms and techniques can be used for CoPs, and how to choose what’s best for your audience. Finally, it communicates lessons learned and challenges from the experience of active CoPs such as mHealth, Social Media for Global Health, and the Global Health Knowledge Collaborative.
 

Knowledge Management in Action: Example From Indonesia

The Introduction to KM training module includes three key presentations: (1) KM: Why, What, and How; (2) an introduction to the systematic process of applying KM; and (3) a program example of how KM was put into action. This presentation is the third one of the Introduction to KM training module. It provides a practical example of how each step of the KM Road Map was applied to a family planning and reproductive health program in Indonesia. 

KM Road Map: An Introduction to the Systematic Process

The Introduction to KM training module includes three key presentations: (1) KM: Why, What, and How; (2) an introduction to the systematic process of applying KM; and (3) a program example of how KM was put into action. This KM Road Map: An Introduction to the Systematic Process presentation is the second of the three key presentations. It provides an overview of each of the five steps of the KM Road Map as well as of the KM Tools and Techniques Matrix and examples of different KM tools and techniques.

Iterative Design

This presentation outlines Part 2 (Iterative Design) of Step 3 (Evaluate and Evolve) in the Knowledge Management (KM) Road Map. This iterative process is in keeping with the cross-cutting principle of learning before, during, and after project implementation: at this stage, learning starts during development but before launching the KM tool or holding the KM event by getting feedback on drafts from the intended audience. Iterative design recognizes that it is virtually impossible to design a product with no problems from the start.

Creating Tools and Techniques

The goal of Step 3 in the Knowledge Management Road Map is to develop new or tailor existing KM tools and techniques to facilitate information sharing and use to help you achieve the objectives you set forth in your KM strategy. This presentation walks users through the process of creating KM tools and techniques.

KM: Why, What, and How

The Introduction to KM training module includes three key presentations: (1) KM: Why, What, and How; (2) an introduction to the systematic process of applying KM; and (3) a program example of how KM was put into action. The KM: Why, What, and How presentation slides are the first of the three key presentations, providing an overview of what KM is and why health programs would want to use KM as an approach to improve their programs.

Design KM Strategy

Effective knowledge management (KM) interventions must be supported with a well-designed strategy. The goal of Step 2 in the KM Road Map is to create the strategy for how to improve your health program with knowledge management. This strategy will serve as a roadmap for your KM activities—ensuring that specific gaps in your knowledge needs assessment are addressed, and that milestones, indicators, and activities are tracked. It will also help you stay on track and use your resources effectively. This presentation walks users through the process of designing a KM strategy.
 

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