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SLA Knowledge Management Division’s ‘Degrees and Certificates’ sites

On the website of the Special Libraries Association Knowledge Management Division (SLAKM), the divison’s Education Committee is providing two pages with links to Knowledge Management related degree programs and Knowledge Management certifications/certificates.

Things to know about these lists:

  • Many institutions and organizations offer individual courses in KM that do not lead to a degree or certificate; these are not included.
  • Presence on this list does not constitute a recommendation by the SLA KM Division.
  • We want your help to keep this information up to date! If you know of a learning opportunity leading to a degree or certificate in KM, please send the relevant contact information to Barbie Keiser (barbie.keiser@gmail.com)

Anne Rogers
Chair, Education Committee, SLA Knowledge Management Division

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