On the website of the Special Libraries Association’s Knowledge Management Division (SLAKM), the divison’s Education Committee has provided two pages with links to Knowledge Management related Degree Programs and Knowledge Management Certifications/Certificates in its so called KM Learning Corner. Recently a new list with a few Courses & Certifications was published merging the the two
In the KM Jobs LinkedIn Group Ramin A. asks: What universities and colleges, besides Kent State and Columbia, offer specific Knowledge Management programs and degrees? Join the discussion » Ramin A.: What universities and colleges, besides Kent State and Columbia, offer specific Knowledge Management programs
Abstract: Kent State University and George Washington University have been collaborating around an initiative to strengthen KM education (mostly at the Masters and Ph.D. level) with what I understood to be a long term goal of strengthening the KM profession as a whole by turning KM into a “discipline” with a standardized set of
On his KMWiki, Denham Grey is providing a page on Knowledge Management education with links to various Articles, Agents, Educational programs (certificate, non-degree-granting), Education offerings from degree-granting institutions, Other links, Commercial courses, PHD Programs. The page was started by Denham in August 2000 to track offerings in the Knowledge Management area.