Knowledge Management System for Information System Design and Implementation Education

  • Atsuo Hazeyama
Conference paper


Software development is knowledge intensive work. It is therefore important to store, share, and reuse knowledge (artifacts, experiences) in information system development education. The authors have been developing a system that supports group exercises for information system design and implementation education in a university. The system not only supports the development processes but also is a kind of knowledge management system in that it stores knowledge and utilizes stored knowledge. This paper describes an overview of the system, and some results which were gained from an experiment on knowledge utilization.


Group Organization Knowledge Management System Knowledge Utilization Computer Support Collaborative Learn Meeting Minute 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Atsuo Hazeyama
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  1. 1.Department of Mathematics and InformaticsTokyo Gakugei UniversityKoganei-shi, TokyoJapan

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