Effectiveness of Information Systems Infrastructure and Team Learning in Integrating Knowledge Management and e-Learning Technologies

  • Owayid A
  • Alrawi K
  • Shaalan K
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E-learning is an emerging field in the intersection of education learning, and business, and refers to information and education services delivered or improved via Internet services and related technologies. This paper attempts to show how knowledge management (KM) and E-learning (EL) specifically can be of prominent support in the workplace. The model presented in this paper explains the factors or elements of support that facilitate the integration of KM and EL which is characterised by a dynamic alignment of an information systems infrastructure with team learning and flows of knowledge leading to the successful acquisition of knowledge in organisations. This framework offers integrated support and effects on the various medias involved in education systems. The model is a suggestion to improve the teaching and learning process and explains how KM can assist educational consumers in selecting and evaluating EL media. The model is based on an analysis of KM and EL literature and the information search process.

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  • E-Learning
  • Information Systems Infrastructure
  • Knowledge Management
  • Knowledge Management Enablers
  • Team Learning

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  • AliMahdi Owayid

  • Khalid Alrawi

  • Khaled Shaalan

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