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YouTube Channel of the Online Master’s Degree in Knowledge Management at Cal State Northridge

Tseng College of Extended Learning at the California State University Northridge

The Distance Learning Global Master’s Degree in Knowledge Management at California State University Northridge has it’s own video channel on YouTube.

At the moment there are only videos of faculty members talking about the courses they offer as a part of the Distance Learning Global Master’s Degree in Knowledge Management at California State University Northridge.

KM 610: The Information and Knowledge Professional in the Information World

  • Abe Feinberg, Ph.D., Professor

KM 611: Policy, Law and Economics of Knowledge Management

  • Melanie Williams, J.D., Professor

KM 620: Information Organization in the Knowledge Management Environment

  • Mary Woodley, Ph.D., Professor

KM 630: Information Needs and Learning for Knowledge Managers

  • Tracey Wik, M.S., Professor, Director of Leadership & Learning for ABN AMROS’s Global Markets division in the Americas

KM 633: Communication in the Knowledge Environment

  • Paul Krivonos, Ph.D., Professor

KM 642: Knowledge Management

  • Kiho Sohn, M.S., Professor, Chief Knowledge Officer for Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

KM 650: Technology for KM Professionals

  • Mike Prevou, Ph.D., Professor, former professor of education and learning at the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and the Director of the Army-wide Leader Network

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Note: Watch these and other videos relevant to Knowledge Management education and training on the KMedu Hub’s video channels on YouTube or vimeo.


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