NSW Knowledge Management Forum Student Bursary

5 February, 2011

We have a small amount of money each year that we wish to use to fund one or more NSW students to attend a KM practitioner conference in Australia. The student should studying knowledge management as part of a course.

To be eligible to enter, the student:
– should be based in NSW;
– should be studying KM as part of a recognised course;
– should have presented to the Forum.

The presentation should be on a topic relevant to the form and can be based on research undertaken as part of their studies. The presentation should be 15-30 minutes long. If they are based in Sydney, then they can attend the Forum; otherwise they can submit a video or slidecast.

If selected, they will be expected to record the conference in some way (e.g. blog, tweet, audio/video interviews with participants and presenters) and possibly report back to the Forum on the event.

Students will be selected by the NSW KM Forum Committee based on the quality of  their presentation and our assessment of their ability to benefit from attending the conference. Even if a student is not selected, they will have had a valuable opportunity to raise their profile in the KM community through contact with the Forum.

We think this is an excellent opportunity for the Forum, for students and for the KM community as a whole.

Please forward this on to your colleagues and students and do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.NSW Knowledge Management Forum Student Bursary.

Matt Moore

Chair, NSW KM Forum

matt@innotecture.com.au

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