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4250Re: LMS information architects?

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  • alungski
    Jan 9, 2012
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      Hi there Nick,

      have you contemplated anything along the lines of Content Analytics and/or Intelligent Classification?
      How do you manage the lifecycle of the content?
      We use tools that cover both, so if you'd like i'm happy to talk some more.

      cheers,

      Alan Gregg

      alan.d.gregg@...
      +61 3 90909355


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      > From: TaxoCoP@yahoogroups.com [mailto:TaxoCoP@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
      > Nick Berry
      > Sent: January-05-12 3:26 PM
      > To: TaxoCoP@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [TaxoCoP] LMS information architects?
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      > Hi everyone, I've embarked on a new position at Amazon designing and
      > managing the architecture for the seller marketplace. This amounts to help
      > pages, a couple of LMS systems, a case management system, and a lot of HTML.
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      > The LMS applications we use don't seem to be very metadata-friendly, which
      > sucks because the application our content creators do their authoring in
      > (Adobe Captivate) also lacks a way to mark up content components, and even
      > trying to apply metadata at the object level (the whole module) means
      > digging into file properties and adding unstructured keywords. Yech.
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      > I'd love to make contact with any IAs or taxonomists who are working in the
      > areas of e-learning, LMS, case management, or call center. Thanks!
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      > Cheers,
      >
      > Nick
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      > Nicholas Berry
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      > Information Architect
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      > Amazon Seller Support
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      > P: 206.266.9856 | C: 206.817.2797
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