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Title: A Comparison of Taiwan, Thailand & Vietnam Knowledge Transfer Views on Higher Education
Authors: 阮氏黃鵑
Thi Hoang Khuyen Nguyen
Contributors: 張鐸
Keywords: Knowledge transfer;higher education;effective teaching;comparison;knowledge management
Date: 2010
Issue Date: 2011-05-26 11:17:52 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 高雄市:[樹德科技大學資訊管理系碩士班]
Abstract: The expansions of higher education, as well as the increasing commitments to human resource development nowadays have attracted more and more academics to do research in various issues about knowledge management. In education institute, knowledge transfer is the primary activity to effective teaching and learning, which contributes to improve students’ professional development. This research examine the factors influencing knowledge transfer process from teachers to students, and compare the effective teaching among 3 countries, Thailand, Vietnam and Taiwan. By surveying undergraduate students in Introduction to Computer Concepts Courses in Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam, the research highlights specific factors and differences in factors that affecting knowledge transfer in different countries.
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