Chung-Ping Lee; Shi-Jer Lou; Ru-Chu Shih; Kuo-Hung Tseng
October 2011
Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology;Oct2011, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p52
Academic Journal
This study uses the analytical hierarchy process (AHP) to quantify important knowledge management behaviors and to analyze the weight scores of elementary school students' behaviors in knowledge transfer, sharing, and creation. Based on the analysis of Expert Choice and tests for validity and reliability, this study identified the weight scores of four important knowledge transfer behaviors, three knowledge sharing behaviors, and four knowledge creation behaviors. The behaviors "storing related articles," "providing reports," and "replying to others' articles" obtained the highest scores, which were used as the criteria to evaluate the knowledge management platform of the network.


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