Welcome to knowing@AAMS.

Knowledge is fluid even though it may be grasped and kept explicit as data, presented in excel sheets, books, articles, procedures or assignments.

But knowledge put into procedure outlines, guidelines, and best practices change as times goes by. Not because of the time but because of the people defining new ways to describe the world.

Knowledge may therefor best be grasped in a continuous dialogue between teachers, staff, students, insiders, and outsiders. It is my hope that this blog – knowing@AAMS – can help keeping this particular dialogue alive.

My contribution here is only snapshots of reality; you are the inspiration, making the reality happen!

Kind regards,

PS: Why in English? – knowing@AAMS is preparing for the internationalization of AAMS, but for a start, the posts and threads will be in Danish.