Taxonomy Usage and Skills by Australian Information Professionals

Innotecture and Straits Knowledge conducted a survey on taxonomies in Australia. The survey investigated the use of taxonomies by Australian organizations and the taxonomy skills of Australian information professionals. 125 information professionals responded. The responses indicated a strong desire to employ taxonomies more effectively and a need to demonstrate the business value of taxonomy work to organizational decision makers.

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Australian Taxonomy Workshop 2011

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2 Responses to Taxonomy Usage and Skills by Australian Information Professionals

  1. Thanks for an interesting read!

    I picked up a factual error on page 304. Keyword AAA is owned and managed by State Records Authority of New South Wales. The Commonwealth Government, through the National Archives of Australia, has a licence to use and customise the product for Commonwealth organisations.

    cheers

    Catherine

  2. Pingback: Metadata 2011 – Australian Taxonomy Survey | Innotecture

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