Knowledge Transfer Openness Matrix facilitating accessibility in UK management education teaching

Owens, JD ORCID: and Talat, U 2021, 'Knowledge Transfer Openness Matrix facilitating accessibility in UK management education teaching' , in: Research Anthology on Digital Transformation, Organizational Change, and the Impact of Remote Work , IGI Global, pp. 1496-1518.

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Access Information: This chapter originally appeared in 2017 in the book "The Future of Accessibility in International Higher Education" and has been republished in full, by them, in this new book. A record for the original version can be accessed at:


This is an empirical investigation considering how the Knowledge Transfer Openness Matrix (KTOM) could facilitate accessibility and Knowledge Transfer (KT) for the UK Higher Education (HE) Management Education Teaching when utilising learning technologies. Its focus is where learning technologies applications currently assist the KT process and support accessibility for the HE teacher and learner. It considers the philosophy of openness, focusing on its usefulness to support accessibility within UK HE Management Education Teaching. It discusses how the openness philosophy may assist the KT process for the HE teacher and learners using learning technologies. In particular, the potential to support accessibility within HE Management Education Teaching environments is appraised. There appear several implications for both teachers and learners. These are characterized in the proposed KTOM. The matrix organises KT events based on the principles of the openness philosophy. The role of learning technologies in events is illustrated with regard to teaching and learning accessibility.

Item Type: Book Section
Editors: Alphin Jr., HC, Chan, RY and Lavine, J
Additional Information: ** From Crossref book chapters via Jisc Publications Router **History: published 2021
Schools: Schools > Salford Business School
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 9781799872979 (print); 9781799872986 (ebook)
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Date Deposited: 13 Jan 2021 13:18
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2022 06:34

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