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Title: Knowledge Transfer in Higher Education:An Empirical Study on Effective Teaching
Authors: 陳黃河
Tran, Hoang Ha
Contributors: 林蘋
Keywords: Knowledge Transfer;Effective Teaching;Higher Education;Teacher;Student;Teaching;Learning;Taiwan;Thailand
Date: 2006
Issue Date: 2011-05-26 11:07:05 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 高雄市:[樹德科技大學資訊管理研究所]
Abstract: In this study, the universities are viewed as knowledge organizations which play important roles in human resource development. In the knowledge era, higher education expansion and its increasing commitments to human resource development in particular and social development in general, have brought about ever more academic interests in various issues of knowledge management. Knowledge transfer is a primary key to effective teaching and learning in higher education. It contributes to guiding and improving students’ professional development. Filling in the gap of empirical study in knowledge management in higher education, drawing on the behavior approach, this research extends prior knowledge transfer research to examine factors influencing knowledge transfer from teachers to students in higher education. By surveying undergraduate students in Introduction to Computer Concepts Courses in Taiwan and Thailand, the research highlights specific factors and differences in factors affecting knowledge transfer in different countries. It also proposes the contextual factors in knowledge transfer process in higher education institutions of different cultural environments.
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