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Body of Knowledge (BOK or BoK) is a term used to represent the complete set of concepts, terms and activities that make up a professional domain, as defined by the relevant professional association.

While the term body of knowledge is also used to describe the document that defines that knowledge — the body of knowledge itself is more than simply a collection of terms; a professional reading list; a library; a website or a collection of websites; a description of professional functions; or even a collection of information. It is the accepted ontology for a specific domain.

Examples of Bodies of Knowledge

The following are examples of Bodies of Knowledge from professional organisations:

Tools

  • Kreeo — Knowledge Management using the concept of Body of Knowledge<ref>Kreeo.</ref>

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