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The University of Edinburgh offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

College of Science & Engineering > School of Informatics > Artificial Intelligence and its Applications Institute (AIAI) 1)

Graduate Programs

  • Informatics MSc (Specialist area: Agents, Knowledge and Data**1))
  • Artificial Intelligence MSc (Specialist area: Agents, Knowledge and Data**2))
  • Informatics MSc by Research / MPhil / PhD (research area: Automated Reasoning, Agents, Data Intensive Research, Knowledge Management > Knowledge Representation and Reasoning)

Moray House School of Education > Office of Lifelong Learning (now: Centre for Open Learning) > Continuing Professional Development Unit / ALKaME Research Group* 3)

Certificate Courses

  • Professional Development Certificate in Knowledge Management
    • Stage 1: Introduction to Knowledge Management
    • Stage 2: Knowledge Management Certificate
    • Stage 3: Professional Knowledge Management Certificate
  • Professional Development Certificate in Knowledge Capture, Analysis & Organisation
    • Stage 1: Introduction to Knowledge Capture, Analysis & Organisation
    • Stage 2: Knowledge Capture, Analysis & Organisation Certificate
    • Stage 3: Professional Knowledge Capture, Analysis & Organisation Certificate

Workshops

  • K3Cubed Knowledge Management Workshop
  • K-Net Masterclass Workshop

Events

  • ALKaME Game Sessions (F2F)
  • ALKaME Learning Nodes (Skype Talks)
  • 1st Knowledge Network (K-NET) International Event, 15 November 2011, Edinburgh, UK
    K-Net: Knowledge Management Rebooted… (K-Net Launch Event)

      Knowledge sharing: The power of conversation (Keynote)
      Looking after knowledge in lean projects
      Becoming innovative: What is knowledge & what are we managing?
      The challenge of continious improvement in public services (Case study)
      Innovation in customer service provision (Case study)
      Planning for the future: Retaining & reusing what you know
      Capturing expertise: The cost of re-learning what you already know

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