Monthly Archives: October 2010

SharePoint for Information Professionals

Microsoft’s SharePoint product has become one of the most popular tools for content management and document-centred collaboration in business and government over the last five years. This article outlines what the product does, its benefits and limitations and its broader … Continue reading

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Oz-IA 2010: Welcome to the Jungle

Some links: Information Ecology & Information Ecologies. Social network analysis. Australian Community Managers Cynefin Framework Commentary on Forrester’s IA article Many examples discussed in Games of Tag & Cyborg Metadata (1) (more to come in part 2) Australian Taxonomy Survey … Continue reading

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Australian Taxonomy Use & Skills Survey

We would invite you to respond to the Australian Taxonomy Use & Skills survey. It has the following purposes: To understand the use of taxonomies by Australian organizations; To identify the current taxonomy skill levels of Australian information professionals; and … Continue reading

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