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  • Janice Keeler
    The Taxonomy Division of SLA is offering a full slate of program sessions and a full day continuing education workshop at the SLA Annual Conference in Chicago,
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 27 8:40 PM
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      The Taxonomy Division of SLA is offering a full slate of program sessions and a full day continuing education workshop at the SLA Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois, July 14-18, 2012.  Registration is now open, with discounted rates to May 10.  Click the links above and below for more information:

      Taxonomy Division Sessions July 16-18:

      • Taxonomy Design for the Short on Time
      • Digital Asset Management: Techniques for Indexing Non-Textual Content
      • Three M's: Mapping, Merging, and Multi-lingual Taxonomies
      • Reinventing Library Skills
      • SPOTLIGHT SESSION: E-Discovery
      • Taxonomy Division Business Meeting / Program Topic: Content Enrichment
      • Adding Value to Content through Linked Data
      • Taxonomy Division Open House - networking opportunity
      • Keeping Your Taxonomy Fresh and Relevant
      • Impact of Technical Standards on Metadata and Controlled Vocabulary Projects

      The workshop is Saturday, July 14:  Transforming Your Schema and Taxonomies into an Ontology.  You may attend the workshop without registering for the conference and vice versa, or join us for both!

      Hope to see you there!


      The Taxonomy Division addresses ways to organize and structure information so that content is accessible and useful. It offers a practical context for exploring issues and sharing experiences related to planning, creating and maintaining taxonomies, thesauri, authority files, ontologies, and other controlled vocabularies and information structures.

       

      Janice Keeler

      Taxonomy Division Chair-Elect

      keelerjs@...

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