Analysis of Attitudes and Barriers to Knowledge Management among Undergraduate Learners in Higher Learning Institutions

Ayman Bassam Nassoura


Knowledge management (KM) increases institutional innovation as one of the sources of new ideas. KM has gained extensive growth and attention in the knowledge society. KM and higher learning institutions (HLIs) are two terms that are synchronized where HLIs are the hub of the knowledge process. Human development activities through quality education, research, and the generation of new ideas in the field of interest are the primary source of knowledge creation. This study aimed to analyze attitudes and barriers to KM among undergraduate learners in higher learning institutions using a cross‑sectional questionnaire‑based survey. The study is descriptive. Primary and secondary data were used in the investigation. The sample size was 255, which comes from different HLIs in the UAE. The results show that most learners were ready to know and share knowledge. Besides, the author also recognized that knowledge sharing (KS) could positively contribute to HLIs. Learners were mostly positive about KM and were aware of its importance in HLIs. Most of the learners shared positive attitudes toward KM operation. Some of the challenges, such as lack of time for KS and lack of depth in learner relationships have been discussed.

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