KNOWLEDGE

AUDIT

 

The knowledge audit is an interview technique, developed in 1998 by Gary and colleagues Laura Militello and Rob Hutton, which stemmed from Naturalistic Decision Making research. 

 

The Knowledge Audit is a type of interview that attempts to determine what distinguishes experts from nonexperts in a particular domain or task. The format is organized around knowledge categorizes that have been found to characterize expertise, including diagnosing and predicting, recognizing anomalies, and improvising, among others.

 

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