Knowledge Center Service

A unique offering in the open institutional repository space

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Content-rich and connected — our Knowledge Center Service is your total solution for knowledge sharing.

  > Showcase your organization’s knowledge.

  > Promote the insights and analysis of your grantees.

  > Share the works of your network members.

  > Create a library from IssueLab’s collections.

The Knowledge Center Service lets you leverage IssueLab’s technology to quickly and easily spin up an institutional repository that does so much more than a stand-alone publications section ever could do.

What makes this service truly unique is that your Knowledge Center is part of a larger, networked knowledge management system. Add your knowledge assets to your Knowledge Center and they automatically become part of the collective intelligence of the social sector.

 

Customize
Customize
Curate
Curate
Connect
Connect
You can lightly customize your Candid-hosted collection or use IssueLab’s application programming interface (API) to bring Knowledge Center content into your environment and preferred design.
Actively curate and add your own titles or select and share titles in IssueLab’s collection. Or Auto-Curate and we’ll save relevant content to your Knowledge Center for you. Your content is shared far and wide through Candid’s web properties, with Candid’s social media subscribers, and with our data partners like Worldcat.



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WKKF Case Study
Case study: The W.K. Kellogg Foundation Resource Directory
Find out why WKKF chose the Knowledge Center Service to share the knowledge it’s funded and published. Access the case study >


Demo Site
Take a test drive
Take a Knowledge Center for a test drive and experience our feature-rich solution for social sector knowlege curation and sharing. Access the demo site >

 

 
 

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Credits: The “Customize” (by Delwar Hossain), “Curate” (by Ralf Schmitzer), and “Connect” (by Trendy) graphic icons are shared through the Noun Project under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license.