Supplements for Trainers

Promotion Plan Template

This document provides a template for a promotion and dissemination plan, including components such as project goal, purpose of activities, audience for activities, key messages, audience channels, and a monitoring tool.

Sample Promotion Plan

This is a sample promotion plan for a knowledge management event, in this case the Global Digital Health Forum. It includes the following sections: Overview, Format, Audience, Key Dates, Logo, Promotion Objectives, Promotion Activities, Promotion Materials to Be Developed, a Social Media toolkit, and an FAQ list.

KM Index for Global Health

The Knowledge Management Index (KM Index) is an assessment tool, developed by The Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project, to examine an organization or project’s use of KM practices, identify opportunities for improvement and, map out an action plan to strengthen the KM capacity. The KM Index measures the capacity in four fundamental KM practice areas: 1) organizational structure (KM vision and strategy), 2) learning opportunities (professional development), 3) internal KM culture (seeking out and sharing knowledge), and 4) KM for global health (effort to advance global health agenda).

Sample Needs Assessment Concept Note

A sample concept note that includes the following sections: Objectives, Background and Rationale, Methodology, Process to Follow, Recruitment, Data Analysis, Use of the Results, Timeline, and Ethics Approval.

KM Case Study: Creating Technical Assistance Libraries to Capture Tacit Knowledge

In international nongovernmental organizations such as Pathfinder International, staff often lack quick and easy access to the expertise of their colleagues due to demands on time, competing priorities, and lack of systems to capture this knowledge. To address this issue, Pathfinder created a collection of high-quality technical resources that also includes the experiences of technical advisors in using the resources.

Sample Organizational Structures for Content

Information architecture is the practice of deciding how to organize, structure, and label content for a website, application, or other interface to support usability and findability of the information that the interface contains. More simply, information architecture is about helping people understand their surroundings and find what they’re looking for, and it forms a foundation for good user experience.

K4Health Blended Learning Guide

The objective of this Blended Learning Guide is to help address questions about how to incorporate eLearning into capacity-building activities by explaining how Global Health eLearning (GHeL) courses can be combined with other learning activities to increase application of new knowledge in the workplace. Practical examples of how to do so are included for trainers and individual learners.

Sample eLearning Purpose Statements and Learning Objectives

A Purpose Statement specifies the reason why an eLearning course is important to the learner from both a technical and programmatic perspective. It states in broad terms what learners should know by the end of the course. This document describes how to develop a Purpose Statement for an eLearning course and offers examples. It also explains how to identify key concepts in a course and provides sample concepts. Finally, it outlines the types of course objectives and gives sample objectives.

Sample and Template for a Share Fair Action Plan

This Share Fair support spreadsheet includes a Template Action Plan, Sample Action Plan, and Share Fair Materials table.