知識管理系統
Knowledge Management Systems

 

劉瑞瓏
Rey-Long Liu

2012/9/10

 

 

Goal:

From the viewpoint of healthcare, learning what, why, and how information technology (IT) is applied to building information systems (IS) for knowledge management (KM), and identifying the success, bottlenecks, and trends of the application.
 

Prerequisite:

Basic concepts of Computer Science; Skill in Programming

Content:

(1) Introduction

[Part I: Foundations of KM]
(2) Basic principle, practice, and challenges
(3) Ethical, legal, and managerial considerations
(4) Exercise & presentation (for Part I)

[Part II: IS for KM]
(5) Contributions & limitations
(6) Analysis & design
(7) Testing & delivery
(8) Exercise & presentation (for Part II)
(9) Mid-term exam.

[Part III: IT for IS for KM]
(10) Technology for getting knowledge (I)
(11) Technology for getting knowledge (II)
(12) Technology for retrieving knowledge
(13) Technology for connecting people and knowledge
(14) Exercise & presentation (for Part III)

[Part IV: Challenges of IT for IS for KM]
(15) Future directions: knowledge representation, codification, & collection
(16) Future directions: knowledge and/or people finding & connecting & Summary
(17) Exercise & presentation (for Part IV)
(18) Final exam.

Grading:

(1) Exercise & presentation (4*15% = 60%)

(2) Mid-term examination (20%)

(3) Final examination (20%)

Reference:

[1] P. Berka, J. Rauch, D. A. Zighed (eds.), 2009, “Data Mining and Medical Knowledge Management: Cases and Applications,” Medical Information Science Reference.

[2] H. Chen, S. S. Fuller, C. Friedman, and W. Hersh (eds.), 2005, “Medical Informatics: Knowledge Management and Data Mining in Biomedicine,” Springer Science+Business Media Inc.

[3] E. M. Awad and H. M. Ghaziri, 2004, "Knowledge Management," Pearson Education, Inc.

[4] A. Tiwana, 2000, "The Knowledge Management Toolkit: Practical Techniques for Building a Knowledge Management System," Prentice Hall.

[5] Related journals, e.g. Medical Education, Expert Systems with Applications, Decision Support Systems, Journal of Management Information Systems, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems, and Knowledge-Based Systems.

[6] Related conference proceedings, e.g. ACM SIGIR and International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management.

[7] Other related collections of papers, e.g. Harvard Business Review.

 

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