CMMU KM Monthly Guide 5 (December 2021)
CMMU KM Monthly Guide No.5
Dear CMMU faculty members,
As we approach the last month of the year 2021, many of you will have the opportunity to look back through this passing year. It’s good to look back and learn what went wrong and what was right. CMMU KM doesn’t want you to worry about what’s happened. We can understand but should not worry about it. Looking forward to the following year, 2022, what could we do better?
Over the passing year, the KM unit has taken various initiatives, including launching KM VDOs and publishing them weekly. The guideline for our video clips development is that clips should be short, easy to understand and contain knowledge in any field. It might include new knowledge you could apply to your work, daily life, or health. The contents also include self-improvement, upskilling, and reskilling, including sharing interesting articles, books, seminars, and workshops. THIS YEAR, the KM unit can produce, co-produce, and facilitate content development and presentation. Through various channels, including KM’s website, KM Facebook page, and KM YouTube via CMMU YouTube channel. If you haven’t visited our website, please try at https://km.cm.mahidol.ac.th
CMMU KM would like to express our gratitude for the generosity of faculty members and colleagues who have contributed to more than 20 videos since the inception of this project. Thanks to the IT department for their technical support and Khun Niran for weekly YouTube Channel management. Thanks to all contributors who helped produce good content, such as A. Chanin; A. Nuttawut; A. Phallapa; Khun A; Khun Tu; Khun Bae; Khun Pae; Khun Chani; Khun Ake. Thank you all for watching, like, and following CMMU KM through the website, Facebook, YouTube to see our works, and please continue to support us in 2022 as well.
See you in CMMU KM Monthly Guide, January 2022 issue
CMMU Knowledge Management Unit