Research on the Cultivation of Postgraduates’ Creative Ability of Scientific Community Based on Knowledge Management

Juan SHI


The innovation ability of graduate students to concern about the quality of postgraduates in education and their follow-up development, Construction the scientific community as the cultivation of postgraduates’ creative ability for a platform is very important. The article discussed the connotation of the scientific community, according to the theory of knowledge management put forward the construction model of scientific community, and on the basis constructing the scientific community operation strategy of interdisciplinary organization as a platform, the academic exchange as a platform and constructing the network as a platform.


Graduate Students; Innovation ability; Scientific community

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