Explore Our Knowledge Management Courses

Click University's Knowledge Management/Knowledge Services Certificate Program has returned! Join us in Chicago in July, where we'll kick off the newly-revised six-course program with KMKS101. Fundamentals of Knowledge Management and […] Read More »

Only 2 Weeks Left Until the Early Bird Deadline!

The early bird deadline for SLA 2012 is Friday, 11 May. Don't miss this opportunity to save on conference registration costs! Need to share information with your boss about the […] Read More »

Love SLA? Tell SLA!

Over the past several years, we’ve received kind words from many of our volunteers and members. We’re looking for more to add to our future communications. What easier way is […] Read More »

Copyright and Web 2.0

"All of the organizations I work for, and volunteer for, use Web 2.0 technology…so I want to be prepared." — CCM400 participant I bet you've wondered (even just a little) […] Read More »

Learn About E-Portfolios from Two Movers & Shakers

Join us in May for an exploration of e-portfolios: what they are, how to create them, which tools to use, and how to determine their impact. Our webinar instructors are […] Read More »

Are you prepared for a disaster?

How can you contribute to emergency preparedness efforts?  What can you do to help after a disaster occurs? Dr. Michael McDonald, director of the National Sustainable Security Infrastructure Pandemic Initiative […] Read More »

Copyright and Libraries

CCM500 Library & Special Library Copyright Issues starts on Wednesday, March 28th, and we'd like you to be there! This online course focuses on the copyright-related concerns that arise in […] Read More »

Are You LinkedIn?

Not sure how to maximize the power of LinkedIn? Become better acquainted with this social networking tool by attending Click U's October webinars. For more information about Getting the Most […] Read More »

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