Kent State Online Open House 7/2008: Online Options for Graduates in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management
(©) Students have a few online options in learning Knowledge Management at Kent State University: individual classes, a 6-class certificate program, or a 14-class master’s program.
– Online Open House
– Online KM Masters Degree and Certificate Program
– Wednesday, July 9, 2008
(No login or registration required. It works best in Internet Explorer and runs approximately 60 minutes.)
The presentation includes options for students to ask questions live. Any questions received during the presentation should be addressed at the end of the session.
The presentation has two segments:
- Segment One
Dr. Thomas J. Froehlich, Director of the Masters Program in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management, will provide an overview of the program and its online options in the area of Knowledge Management.
- Segment Two
Dr. Denise Bedford will speak about her background, experience and expertise in knowledge management and will provide an overview of the two courses she will be teaching for the IAKM program in the fall, Foundational Principles of Knowledge Management and the Economics of Information.
Instead watch the IAKM online orientation experience:
“The Graduate Program in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management (IAKM) offers students opportunities to study on the Kent Campus as well as online in the areas of Information Architecture, Information Use, and Knowledge Management. In order to support all students in the program, we are offering this online orientation experience.”
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