Initiated by Cory Banks (Australia), ‘The Knowledge Bucket’ is an open source wiki on topics in knowledge management. 1) In terms of content about knowledge management, definitly worth to take a look on it, for educators/trainers (course designers) as well as for students. The wiki’s resource pages on Communities (archived wki page),
The Knowledge Management Consortium International (KMCI), formerly the Knowledge Management Consortium (KMC), a non-profit member-based professional association, now a training and research division of Executive Information Systems and the Center for the Open Enterprise, 1) resp., has offered the following Knowledge Management education and training
Abstract: The topic of “KM Certification” is hotly debated in KM circles. In my opinion, there is nothing wrong in receiving certificates for attending a course or for being certified or accredited to practice specific KM techniques. (Cognitive Edge, for example accredits practitioners who have attended their workshops.).