SLA is offering courses from both its Copyright and Knowledge Management/Knowledge Services certificate programs in San Diego in June. It's a perfect opportunity to get hands-on, in-depth education on topics of utmost importance to modern organizations.
CCM700 Teaching Others About Copyright and Licensing (Friday, June 7; $395/$495) covers the critical aspects of instituting enterprise-wide copyright education, including developing a copyright policy and explaining difficult legal concepts in plain language. Instructor: Lesley Ellen Harris of Copyrightlaws.com
CCM600 Copyright Compliance and Management (Saturday, June 8; $395/$495) provides pointers for avoiding copyright infringement lawsuits, negotiating and working with license agreements, and dealing with unlocatable copyright owners. Instructor: Lesley Ellen Harris of Copyrightlaws.com
KMKS102 The Knowledge Audit: Evaluating Intellectual Capital Use (Friday, June 7; $495/$595) is an exploration of using the needs analysis and information audit data to evaluate an organization's knowledge assets. Instructors: Dale Stanley, Gilead Sciences; Robin Jourdan, Ford Motor Company; Guy St. Clair, Columbia University
KMKS101 Fundamentals of Knowledge Management and Knowledge Services (Saturday, June 8; $495/$595) links KM theory with knowledge services, which encourages informed decision-making, accelerated innovation, and leadership support for efforts related to maximizing KM/KS efforts. Instructors: Guy St. Clair, Columbia University; Dale Stanley, Gilead Sciences
Each course takes place over a full day, which allows for meaningful discussion, learning exercises, and networking. These courses are part of Click University's certificate programs, but may be taken à la carte.
Contact Click University for more information.