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Faculty/Staff Training

Pursuant to the Provost's announcement of the Information Management Program in September 2007, a program of systematic training in handling confidential and private or sensitive University information has been created for KU employees with development assistance and contributions from campus-wide stakeholder representatives. The training is mandatory and must be completed within 60 calendar days of notification for all employees.

Initially, this training program will engage new employees of the Lawrence and Edwards campuses (those starting employment in January 2009). Pre-existing employees will begin participation in the mandatory training program starting the following fall or early winter. Email notification to eligible employees will commence starting the week of February 2, 2009.


  • Planned CoursesPlanned Courses Education & Training for Information Management is under development with the first "general awareness" course now available to new KU hires.
  • Instructions to Complete TrainingInstructions to Complete Training The Information Management (IM) training is delivered using the Blackboard course management system, and is accessed through the myKU portal
  • WorkshopsAdditional Workshops List of the free computing and information literacy workshops offered by KU Libraries Instructional Services, IT, and IDS.
  • Frequently Asked QuestionsFrequently Asked Questions What is the training module? Why is it important? Who must complete the training module? How do I access the training module?
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