Update and informational webinars


Leading to the annual summit in July 2012:
Session Pages - Webinar dates are subject to change

1st session March 27th: KMEFwebinar03272012
2nd session April 3th: KMEFwebinar04032012
3rd session April 10th: KMEFwebinar04102012
4th session April 17th: KMEFwebinar041792012 - POSTPONED
5th session July 18th: KMEFwebinar07182012
6th session July 24th: KMEFwebinar07242012

Phase 1: March 27 – ongoing until on-site event

Who: KMEF Communities of Practice leaders and members, and any interested current or new community members. Presentations and discussions are open to the public and will be supported as webinars with interaction from participants. (Please note that all proceedings become public information and may be accessed by anyone at anytime, worldwide.)

What: Weekly 90-minute sessions featuring the work of one of the Communities, followed by an interactive, virtual discussion of the issues.

When: The complete schedule of webinar presentations and presenters is as follows:

Session 1: (Mar. 27, 2012) – KMEF – 2011 Recap and 2012 Agenda Dr. Annie Green, Assistant Professorial Lecturer, George Washington University; Principal, Institute of Knowledge and Innovation; Adjunct Faculty, Kent State University; Knowledge Management Practice Lead, Keane Federal Systems, Washington D.C. and Dr. Denise Bedford, Goodyear Professor of Knowledge Management, Kent State University.

Session 2: (April 3, 2012) – KM Curriculum Community of Practice Report on Progress - Dr. John Lewis and Dr. Denise Bedford,

Session 3: (April 10, 2012) – KM Business Functions and Competencies Community of Practice Report on Progress - Ellen Ensel, Michael Stelzer, Ed O’Neal and Dean Testa,

Session 4: (Apr. 24, 2012) – Open Discussion of Coverage and Gaps – Business Needs and Educational Options

Session 5: (May 1, 2012) –KM Credentialing and Certification Reference Model – Report on Progress - Doug Weidner, International Knowledge Management Institute, David Griffiths - POSTPONED

Session 6: (TBD) – Open Discussion – Aligning Education and Credentialing

Session 7: (TBD) – Wrap Up and Invitation to On-Site Event - Dr. Annie Green, and Dr. Denise Bedford

All sessions begin promptly at noon (EDT) and will last approximately 90 minutes

Where: Click on the individual page for instructions to participate in the webinar.

How: Presentations will lead off with a report on progress from the CoP leaders. Each webinar will include an open discussion session focused on the issues raised by the CoP leaders. Instructions for participating in the webinars for speakers, facilitators and audience participants are available at the links on this page.