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== KS Toolkits and Resources ==
 
== KS Toolkits and Resources ==
[http://www.odi.org.uk/RAPID/publications/Documents/KM_toolkit_web.pdf ODI Toolkit] from 2006
 
  
[http://www.ks-cgiar.org/toolbox/ CGIAR KS Toolkit]  
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[http://www.odi.org.uk/RAPID/publications/Documents/KM_toolkit_web.pdf ODI Toolkit] from 2006 (Still available in May 2015)
  
[http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/WBI/0,,contentMDK:20251495~menuPK:204788~pagePK:209023~piPK:207535~theSitePK:213799,00.html
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'''Knowledge Sharing toolkit - KS Toolkit''' http://www.kstoolkit.org is supported by CGIAR, KM4Dev, FAO, UNICEF and UNDP Active in May 2015
Worldbank] KS toolkits
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[http://www.cgiar-ilac.org/index.php?section=8 The ILAC series]  
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[http://www.apc.org/apps/img_upload/dca681b8c0e22157ecb9987b9339674e/KSToolkit.doc Bellanet] KS toolkit (2004) STILL AVAILABLE May 2015
  
[http://www.apc.org/apps/img_upload/dca681b8c0e22157ecb9987b9339674e/KSToolkit.doc Bellanet] KS toolkit (2004)
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United Nations Human Rights OHCHR - Share, learn, innovate toolkit http://slitoolkit.ohchr.org/ and PDF version http://slitoolkit.ohchr.org/data/downloads/OHCHR-KM.pdf active in may 2015
  
ITrain Online has a variety of resources [http://www.googlesyndicatedsearch.com/u/ItrainOnline?q=knowledge+sharing&sa=Search Search on Knowledge Sharing]
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ILO Knowledge sharing http://www.ilo.org/public/english/support/lib/knowledgesharing/tools.htm - Active Dec 2014
  
[http://www.chriscollison.com/l2f/ Learning to Fly] book by Chris Collison and Geoff Parcell
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ILO Learning Compass  http://compass.itcilo.org/
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SDC Dare to Share Libary http://www.sdc-learningandnetworking.ch/en/Home/Library and KM Toolkit http://www.sdc-learningandnetworking.ch/en/Home/document.php?itemID=7333&langID=1
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Toolkit Information activism Womens rights https://womensrights.informationactivism.org/
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Toolkit Collaborative Techniques http://collaboration.grantcraft.org/
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Toolkit Social Innovation http://diytoolkit.org/tools/
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Toolkit service design tools http://www.servicedesigntools.org/repository
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BetterEvaluation - Approaches  http://betterevaluation.org/approaches
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Knowledge Sharing for Change – Designing and Facilitating Learning Processes with a Transformative Impact” a pdf http://i-p-k.co.za/wordpress/2010/10/06/new-facilitation-handbook-available/
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Introducing Knowledge sharing methods and tools - a facilitator's guide in pdf http://www.ifad.org/pub/thematic/km/faciliator_guide.pdf
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ITrain Online has a variety of resources [http://www.googlesyndicatedsearch.com/u/ItrainOnline?q=knowledge+sharing&sa=Search Search on Knowledge Sharing] - Update: There are still links to toolkits on the ITRAIN site, but many dead links http://www.itrainonline.org/itrainonline/english/detail-eng.shtml?cmd%5B889%5D=x-889-9882&cmd%5B996%5D=x-996-9882 DEC 2014
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[http://www.chriscollison.com/l2f/ Learning to Fly] book by Chris Collison and Geoff Parcell - no toolkit per se, it is if you have read their book to join the group
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[http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/WBI/0,,contentMDK:20251495~menuPK:204788~pagePK:209023~piPK:207535~theSitePK:213799,00.html
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Worldbank] KS toolkits BAD LINKS as of Dec 2014
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[http://www.cgiar-ilac.org/index.php?section=8 The ILAC series]  BAD LINK to PDF
  
 
[http://www.knowledgeboard.com/item/581 The Knowledge Sharing Toolkit by David Bartholomew]   
 
[http://www.knowledgeboard.com/item/581 The Knowledge Sharing Toolkit by David Bartholomew]   
**The ‘Knowledge Sharing Toolkit’ is the result of a two-year DTI-funded project carried out by innovation consultancy David Bartholomew Associates (DBA) and nine of the UK’s leading architectural and engineering practices - Aedas, Arup, Broadway Malyan, Buro Happold, Edward Cullinan Architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley, Penoyre & Prasad, Whitby Bird and WSP. A concise 49 page how-to manual accompanied by nine detailed case studies, the Toolkit shows building design practices how to develop a knowledge strategy to support their business objectives, and explains the main tools and techniques for learning and sharing knowledge, and how to use them.
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*The ‘Knowledge Sharing Toolkit’ is the result of a two-year DTI-funded project carried out by innovation consultancy David Bartholomew Associates (DBA) and nine of the UK’s leading architectural and engineering practices - Aedas, Arup, Broadway Malyan, Buro Happold, Edward Cullinan Architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley, Penoyre & Prasad, Whitby Bird and WSP. A concise 49 page how-to manual accompanied by nine detailed case studies, the Toolkit shows building design practices how to develop a knowledge strategy to support their business objectives, and explains the main tools and techniques for learning and sharing knowledge, and how to use them.UPDATE DEC 2014 LINK IS DEAD
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[http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/programs/sub.asp?key=38&subkey=112 KEEP Toolkit] - oriented to education settings - UPDATE DEAD LINK DEC 2014
  
[http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/programs/sub.asp?key=38&subkey=112 KEEP Toolkit] - oriented to education settings
 
  
 
==  Original Author and Subsequent Contributors of this FAQ ==
 
==  Original Author and Subsequent Contributors of this FAQ ==
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* Nancy White
 
* Nancy White
 
* Simone Staiger-Rivas
 
* Simone Staiger-Rivas
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* Sophie Treinen
  
 
==  Dates of First Creation and Further Revisions ==
 
==  Dates of First Creation and Further Revisions ==
 
March 2007
 
March 2007
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Updated Dec 2010
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Updated May 2015
  
 
== FAQ KM4Dev Source Materials ==
 
== FAQ KM4Dev Source Materials ==
  
 
[Raw text of email discussions on which the FAQ is based]
 
[Raw text of email discussions on which the FAQ is based]

Latest revision as of 12:39, 15 May 2015

Other Knowledge Sharing Toolkits and Resources

Introduction

What are some of the good knowledge sharing toolkits and resources that are available? Particularly ones useful in development?

Keywords

knowledge_sharing, toolkits, resources, methods

Detailed Description

Often we are asked to point to or provide a nice, concise set of KS methods in the form of a toolkit. A number of these exist, so we thought it would be a good idea to share our favorites here. Please post a link, stories of toolkits in use and your evaluation of the resources.

KM4Dev Discussions

[Summary of the discussions on the KM4Dev list which provided source material. People who contributed to the discussions are cited at the end of the section in italics: "The following members of the KM4Dev community contributed to the discussion thread on ...: XY (launched the discussion), ...]

Examples in Application

How we developed the GGIAR KS Toolbox: The toolbox was one of the expected results of the KS project led by CIAT for the CGIAR during 2004 and 2005. The project was developed through pilot projects in different CGIAR centers. We spend a lot of efforts in documenting the pilot activities (through video, journalistic input, photos, and multimedia). The pilot leaders got knowledgeable about the KS approaches they used in their activities. That is how and why we structured the toolbox in the following section: the tool, a definition, how it works, stories illustrating the use of the tool, people in the CG who used the tool and can be contacted.

The toolbox now needs update and more dissemination. It is not used as much as we would like. One additional idea is to use the toolbox as a resource in our engagement and collaboration with our partners. Indeed the KS project will start a second phase right now and includes a new component on KS in research.

Related FAQs/Community Knowledge

KM4Dev Journal Article on KS tools http://www.km4dev.org/journal/index.php/km4dj/article/viewFile/72/181

KS Toolkits and Resources

ODI Toolkit from 2006 (Still available in May 2015)

Knowledge Sharing toolkit - KS Toolkit http://www.kstoolkit.org is supported by CGIAR, KM4Dev, FAO, UNICEF and UNDP Active in May 2015

Bellanet KS toolkit (2004) STILL AVAILABLE May 2015

United Nations Human Rights OHCHR - Share, learn, innovate toolkit http://slitoolkit.ohchr.org/ and PDF version http://slitoolkit.ohchr.org/data/downloads/OHCHR-KM.pdf active in may 2015

ILO Knowledge sharing http://www.ilo.org/public/english/support/lib/knowledgesharing/tools.htm - Active Dec 2014

ILO Learning Compass http://compass.itcilo.org/

SDC Dare to Share Libary http://www.sdc-learningandnetworking.ch/en/Home/Library and KM Toolkit http://www.sdc-learningandnetworking.ch/en/Home/document.php?itemID=7333&langID=1

Toolkit Information activism Womens rights https://womensrights.informationactivism.org/

Toolkit Collaborative Techniques http://collaboration.grantcraft.org/

Toolkit Social Innovation http://diytoolkit.org/tools/

Toolkit service design tools http://www.servicedesigntools.org/repository

BetterEvaluation - Approaches http://betterevaluation.org/approaches

Knowledge Sharing for Change – Designing and Facilitating Learning Processes with a Transformative Impact” a pdf http://i-p-k.co.za/wordpress/2010/10/06/new-facilitation-handbook-available/

Introducing Knowledge sharing methods and tools - a facilitator's guide in pdf http://www.ifad.org/pub/thematic/km/faciliator_guide.pdf

ITrain Online has a variety of resources Search on Knowledge Sharing - Update: There are still links to toolkits on the ITRAIN site, but many dead links http://www.itrainonline.org/itrainonline/english/detail-eng.shtml?cmd%5B889%5D=x-889-9882&cmd%5B996%5D=x-996-9882 DEC 2014

Learning to Fly book by Chris Collison and Geoff Parcell - no toolkit per se, it is if you have read their book to join the group

to be checked


[http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/WBI/0,,contentMDK:20251495~menuPK:204788~pagePK:209023~piPK:207535~theSitePK:213799,00.html Worldbank] KS toolkits BAD LINKS as of Dec 2014

The ILAC series BAD LINK to PDF

The Knowledge Sharing Toolkit by David Bartholomew

  • The ‘Knowledge Sharing Toolkit’ is the result of a two-year DTI-funded project carried out by innovation consultancy David Bartholomew Associates (DBA) and nine of the UK’s leading architectural and engineering practices - Aedas, Arup, Broadway Malyan, Buro Happold, Edward Cullinan Architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley, Penoyre & Prasad, Whitby Bird and WSP. A concise 49 page how-to manual accompanied by nine detailed case studies, the Toolkit shows building design practices how to develop a knowledge strategy to support their business objectives, and explains the main tools and techniques for learning and sharing knowledge, and how to use them.UPDATE DEC 2014 LINK IS DEAD

KEEP Toolkit - oriented to education settings - UPDATE DEAD LINK DEC 2014


Original Author and Subsequent Contributors of this FAQ

  • Nancy White
  • Simone Staiger-Rivas
  • Sophie Treinen

Dates of First Creation and Further Revisions

March 2007 Updated Dec 2010 Updated May 2015

FAQ KM4Dev Source Materials

[Raw text of email discussions on which the FAQ is based]