Thomas J. Froehlich
On Wednesday, July 9, 2008, from 6 PM to 7:30 PM, there will be an online, interactive session on the certificate program and Master of Science degree in Knowledge Management at Kent State University. For information about joining this online open house, go to: http://iakm.kent.edu/kmonline/ The session will also be recorded, so interested parties can access it immediately following the event.
Potential students are encouraged to make time for this informational meeting. They will be able to access the presentation as it occurs and will be able to ask questions through their computers online.
Dr. Thomas J. Froehlich, Director of the Masters Program in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management, will provide an overview of the program and its online options in the area of Knowledge Management.
Dr. Denise Bedford will speak about her background, experience and expertise in knowledge management and will provide an overview of the two courses she will be teaching for the IAKM program in the fall, Foundational Principles of Knowledge Management and the Economics of Information.
Dr. Bedford holds a Ph.D. in Information Science from the University of California, Berkeley. She has been the Senior Information Officer at the World Bank since 1997, where she is responsible for management of the World Bank’s core metadata strategy, including content type strategy and the various ontologies that support Bank metadata.
She has taught courses at the University of Tennessee, Georgetown University, Catholic University of America, University of Richmond, and George Mason University.