Content Architecture: Exploiting and Managing Diverse Resources – Conference

The International Society for Knowledge Organization (ISKO), in cooperation with University College, London will be holding their first biennial conference entitled: Content Architecture: Exploiting and Managing Diverse Resources.  The conference will run from the 22 – 23rd June, 2009, and will take place in London.

In our networked world, enabling easy access to multiple services and resources is often reliant on a team effort involving specialists from very different backgrounds: website design, knowledge engineering, audio and video engineering, linguistics, computer science, etc. This Conference aims to bring together people from all the diverse specialisms that contribute to integrated information systems and services.

Important themes running through through the conference include:

  •  Integration and semantic interoperability between diverse resources – text, images, audio, multimedia
  • Social networking and user participation in knowledge structuring
  • Image retrieval
  • Information architecture, metadata and faceted frameworks

Further information can be found from the conference programme, and by visiting the conference home page.

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