« March 2009 | Main | June 2009 »

May 19, 2009

actKM meeting June 2nd 2009

Presenter: Mark Spain of Global Learning. - The Emerging Story of enACT for the Future

Mark will discuss strengthening links and capabilities in communities of practice for sustainability across multiple localities. It will include the role of dialogue, story telling, creativity and building trust to share knowledge and build sustained commitment when planning action to solve complex problems.

Location: National Archives, Canberra Australia, from 5.30 pm to 7 pm - gold coin donation for drinks and nibbles.
mark@globallearning.com.au p 02 6249 1344 m 0404 411 353
http://globallearning.com.au - Facilitating change, leadership and innovation
http://imeet.com.au - Australia's premier collaborative meeting technology

May 18, 2009

actKM09 - Call for Submissions

The Organising Committee is pleased to provide the opportunity for interested parties to submit proposals for the actKM 09 conference.

actKM 09 will be held on Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th of October 2009 at University House, Australian National University (ANU) Canberra, Australia.

Those interested can look at our full Call for Submissions document. Submissions are requested by 15 June 2009. Please direct any questions or submissions to our conference team at conference2009@actkm.org.

More information about the conference itself can be found on our Conference 2009 page.

Continue reading "actKM09 - Call for Submissions" »

May 04, 2009

actKM May meeting - Wednesday 6th

Knowledge for Regional NRM Program - 2008 actKM platinum award winner

Nerida Hart, Program Manager, Knowledge for Regional NRM at Land & Water Australia will present a case study of the Knowledge for Regional NRM Program which has run from early 2005 to June 2009. This program had the overarching goal of connecting regional NRM organisations with the knowledge (research) providers and empower these regional organisations to better manage their information and knowledge.

The program delivered a combination of people and technology solutions which was embraced by the regional NRM organisations. Nerida will look at the Return on investment for the Australian Government and what the program has meant to the NRM sector in Australia.

National Archives at 5.30 to 7 pm - gold coin donation for drinks and nibbles.