• Prof. Tom Kwanya (second right) with other scholars after a meeting to discuss a proposed media and information literacy curriculum at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development

    Prof. Tom Kwanya (second right) with other scholars after a meeting to discuss a proposed media and information literacy curriculum at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development

  • IKM students and staff during an educational trip to the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in Arusha, Tanzania.

    IKM students and staff during an educational trip to the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in Arusha, Tanzania.

  • Prof. Joseph Kiplang'at, DVC-API (centre); Prof. Peter Matu, Director SICS (right); and Prof. Justus Wamukoya, Dean SIS, Moi University (left) at the 2016 IKM Conference

    Prof. Joseph Kiplang'at, DVC-API (centre); Prof. Peter Matu, Director SICS (right); and Prof. Justus Wamukoya, Dean SIS, Moi University (left) at the 2016 IKM Conference

  • Prof. Paul Shiundu, DVC-ARS (left); Mr. Jaco Du Toit from UNESCO (centre); and Prof. Dennis Ocholla, University of Zululand (right) follow proceedings during the 2016 IKM conference

    Prof. Paul Shiundu, DVC-ARS (left); Mr. Jaco Du Toit from UNESCO (centre); and Prof. Dennis Ocholla, University of Zululand (right) follow proceedings during the 2016 IKM conference

  • Dr. Grace Kamau - Department of IKM, presenting a paper during Kenya Library Association International Conference held at Cravers Hotel, Thika, Kenya from 23rd-25th November, 2016

    Dr. Grace Kamau - Department of IKM, presenting a paper during Kenya Library Association International Conference held at Cravers Hotel, Thika, Kenya from 23rd-25th November, 2016

  • Participants at the First International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (2016 IKM) pose for a group photo

    Participants at the First International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (2016 IKM) pose for a group photo

Welcome to the Department of Information & Knowledge Management

This interdisciplinary approach to information and knowledge management ensures that our graduates are competent professionals who are able to provide valuable service to organisations through the discovery and management of knowledge assets, development and implementation of efficient information processing systems and providing advice on relevant adoptions of information communication technologies.

QUALITY OBJECTIVES

  1. Train competent information and knowledge management professionals capable of mainstreaming information and knowledge as essential components of human activity and development;
  2. Train a critical mass of professionals able to contribute to the development of theories, policies and best practices in information and knowledge management by providing credible evidence through research and other forms of scholarly engagement; >> Continue Reading