The Ebonyi State Chapter of the Nigerian Library Association (NLA) holds her 2nd National Conference with the theme:
THEME: Leveraging ICTs and Knowledge Management for Sustainable Development in Nigeria.
DATE: Wednesday 30th November-Friday December 3rd, 2016.
TIME: 9:30 am Daily
VENUE: Lecture Theatre, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Uwana, Afikpo, Ebonyi State.
SUB-THEME I: ICTs and the Application s to Information and Knowledge Management
- ICT Skill and Digital Competences for the Knowledge Economy
- Exploring Careers in ICTs
- Entrepreneurial Opportunities in ICTs/Wealth Creation Through ICTs
- Multimedia Technologies and Services
- Infopreneurship and online information Products and Services
SUB-THEME II: Application of ICTs and Knowledge Management to Education and Research
- Instructional Technologies and Communications in the Digital Era
- E-Learning Systems and Sustainable Development (web-based, open & distance learning)
- Design of E-learning courseware; Online Institutions and Online Degree Programmes
- Web-Lecturing, Virtual Collaborative Learning and Interactive Tools
- Open Education Resources (OER) and Mobile Online Open Courses (MOOCs)
SUB-THEME III: ICTs and Knowledge Management for all Sectors of the Economy
- ICTs, Knowledge Management and the Knowledge Economy
- ICTs and Knowledge Management Processes, Knowledge Creation, Knowledge Capturing, Knowledge Organization, Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Utilization
- Knowledge Management, Creativity, and Innovations
- Knowledge Management Tools, Technologies and Systems
- Knowledge Sharing Behaviours and Patterns among Academics, Professionals, Industrial Workers, Engineers, Organizational Members, Artisans, etc
SUB-THEME IV: Other Sectoral Application of ICTs for Sustainable Development
- ICTs for the actualization of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- ICTs and Management of Indigenous Knowledge (documentation, sharing, use)
- E-Governance and Sustainable Development
- E-Records Management and Sustainable Development
- ICTs and Democratic Process; Social Media and Political Participation
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