In-depth Learning: Copyright and KM at SLA 2015 in Boston

Now is the time to deepen your understanding in two critical areas for information professionals:  copyright and knowledge services.

Join your colleagues in Boston and explore one or both of these topics at SLA 2015.  Full-day courses (8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.) will be offered on Friday, June 12, and Saturday, June 13.  You’ll examine these areas of scholarship in depth, confer with instructors, and network with info pros who have similar challenges.

Friday, June 12:

Best Practices for Copyright Compliance (CCM600): Management of copyright-protected materials, negotiating and interpreting licenses, avoiding lawsuits, and more. ($395/members)

Fundamentals of Knowledge Management and Knowledge Services (KMKS101): Implementation of knowledge services, strategic learning, and promoting a knowledge culture. ($495/members)

Saturday, June 13:

Copyright Literacy in Your Organization (CCM700): Copyright education in your organization, including copyright policies, information sharing, and awareness. ($395/members)

The Knowledge Audit: Evaluating Intellectual Capital Use (KMKS102): Evaluating processes and knowledge assets in your organization. ($495/members)
These courses are part of certificate programs offered year-round by SLA, and may be taken à la carte or with a program diploma in mind.  Questions?  Contact Click University staff.

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