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Indiana University Bloomington (IUB or IU Bloomington), formerly the Indiana College and the State Seminary of Indiana, offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:
Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering (SICE) > Department of Information and Library Science 1)
- Master of Information Science (Specializations:2) Data Science, Digital Curation, Digital Libraries, Information Architecture)
- Ph.D. in Information Science (research areas: information visualization, complex network analysis, digital libraries, information retrieval, online communities, computer mediated communication, digital curation,
information as an ecosystem)
- Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium on “Mapping Knowledge Domains”, May 9-11, 2003, National Academy of Sciences, Irvine, CA
(Sponsor: National Academy of Sciences; Organizer: IU SLIS and Psychology Department)
Keynotes: A Historiograph of Mapping Knowledge Domains
Sessions: Data Bases, Data Format & Access; Data Analysis Algorithms; Poster and System Demo Session; Visualization & Interaction Design; Promising Applications
SLIS Brown Bag Talk Series
Oct 2005: Managing Scientific Knowledge
Oct 2004: Collaborative Knowledge Repositories: What Kind of Content?
Sep 2004: Social Network Analysis on the Semantic Web: Techniques and Challenges for Visualizing FOAF
Jan 2003: Techniques for the Visualization of Knowledge Domains (SLIS/Informatics Colloquium)
Nov 2002: Interpersonal Knowledge And Trust Among Partners: May These Be Managed?; Knowledge Elicitation Methods to Evaluate Author Cocitation Mapping
Sep 2002: Techniques for the Visualization of Knowledge Domains (POSTPONED; SLIS/Informatics Colloquium)
Jan 2002: Visualization Techniques To Map Scientific Knowledge
Nov 2001: Mundane Knowledge Management