Certificate Programs

In SLA’s certificate programs, you’ll work with expert instructors to explore the ins and outs of managing copyright, licensing digital content, and providing competitive intelligence services. The interactive courses will challenge you and help you better perform these critical industry roles.

Select an individual course area based on your specific education needs, or enroll in a full program to earn a program certificate. Most courses take place online and some course elements are asynchronous, so you can coordinate your learning with your schedule.

Competitive & Decision Intelligence
Copyright Leadership Certificate
This program is designed to support the professional development requirements of SLA members at all levels of practice and experience. From the introductory INTEL-01 course to our range of specialized topics, this program offers content, materials, and instructors that will help enhance your research, analysis, and intelligence skills to support competitive intelligence, planning, and decision making in your organization. This program provides a strong foundation in copyright decision-making skills and addresses both U.S. and global copyright law. The program is equally valuable for those new to copyright and those seeking to enhance their current knowledge base and is designed to equip you with practical skills that can be adapted to individual needs.
Licensing Digital Content Certificate
This online program provides the know-how and skills information professionals need to understand, interpret, negotiate and manage licensing agreements tailored to your library’s or organization’s specific needs. With a focus on practical skills, this program is intended for anyone new to licensing digital content or those who would like to enhance their current knowledge base.

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