Our Primer workshops provides a new approach to knowledge exchange and learning, focusing more on people and on the social structures that enable them to learn with and from each other. Facilitated by Industry Experts, these brainstorming labs are the key to informal learning and provide a knowledge sharing platform for practitioners and novices from academic, special and public libraries.

Participants are able to share their experiences and best practices and ‘capture' them in the KMaya repositories for further engagement with the community. To-date we have engaged in eighteen (18) workshops on domains that are related in the Library Industry.


Primer Programs Primer Programs

Communities of Practice Seminars, Consultancy Projects and Workshops



A diagnostic approach towards the re-branding of library services & facilities

A diagnostics approach towards re-branding of the Malaysian Armed Forces Digital Library Services and Facilities

A KConnect Awareness Program to Gunasama Libraries

A KCONNECT Awareness Program - Sabah State Library

Communities of Practice : Towards cultivating the Organizational Collaborative Climate in JKR

Competency Skills for Librarians

Core Competencies for the Marketing of Library Services and Facilities : Analysis and Evaluation

Developing intellectual capital through knowledge assets: Importance of knowledge audit

Diagnostics approach towards enhancing the growth and performance of a Library

Exploring Qualifying Elements for Knowledge Management.

From IM to KM : Developing New Competencies for Librarians

From IM to KM : Providing knowledge-based services for the medical industry

Information Management : Are Libraries on the Right Track in Competence Development

Innovation in the Marketing of Information Services

Key Performance Indicators for Librarians

KM Implementation - Experiences and Challenges - Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara

KM Primer and Taxonomy Management workshop

Making libraries accountable to their customers through value-based management

Pushing the frontier : From information management to knowledge management

Techniques in Marketing Knowledge : Making Libraries more competitive

The Educational Role of Librarians in Developing Independent Learners Through Information Literacy Programs

The impact of Library Management Systems in improving operational efficacy in libraries: the Malaysian Context

The Universiti as a Knowledge Organization

Using the Blue Ocean Strategy for the Competitive Survival of Knowledge Centres