Knowledge Systems Innovation


The Knowledge Systems Innovation section coordinates benchmarking actions to contribute to continuous innovation in the implementation of UNITAR’s learning and training strategies. It works to enable the expanded use of technology-enhanced learning and the access to information and knowledge on training methodologies and tools, and to facilitate the utilization of modern instructional design approaches.

KSI analyzes and compiles information, develops prototypes, implements innovative learning settings, assess their performance and disseminates results to enable the diversification of training methodologies and its expanded use by divisional entities implementing training activities. The analysis of quality standards criteria and the support to the implementation of an internal quality assurance framework to enable the delivery of certified training are other areas of work of KSI.

 

 
Highlights
 

We are looking for a new intern/trainee!

KSI is looking for a new intern/trainee to become part of the team. Read the conditions here. 

Send your CV and motivation letter to infoksi@unitar.org quoting “Internship” in your subject line.

Indicative starting date: To be agreed

 
Indicative starting date: To be agreed

 

The ICfD course is nominated for the 2014 WSIS Prize!

               

Click here to find out how you can VOTE for ICfD!

 

Stories on the ICfD Voices Blog!

Check out what ICfD alumni have to say about how they are implementing what they have learned from the ICfD course on social media and web 2.0 for developmentRead their stories here!  

Deadline for application: Friday, 05 April 20
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
   

The Click4it wiki is a knowledge repository of training methods, tools, materials, definitions, resources, and toolkits. 

Throughout the wiki the reader finds pointers to training materials, job aids, cross referenced definitions, and a wealth of selected links to external resources and materials.

Registered contributors can make use of discussion pages to provide comments or feedback on specific topics.

 

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