Taxonomy
Cross-Post: Behind the Curtain: Understanding the Search and Discovery Technology Stack
Presentations at KM World and Taxonomy Bootcamp Washington DC 2016
Gathering evidence for a taxonomy: Keynote at Taxonomy Bootcamp London October 2016
IKO Post Conference Newsletter
Innovations in Knowledge Organisation Conference: Follow Up Papers
Research Fortnight Publishes Article on Taxonomy and Machine Classification
Rubbish Metadata
ISKO UK: Knowledge Organisation and Social Impact
IKO Conference - Conference Guide
Knowledge Organisation Clinic Slides
Case Studies from IKO Conference
Keynotes from IKO Conference
IKO Conference - Knowledge Organisation Tutorials
Upcoming Conferences we’ll be Involved In
New Thoughtpiece: Why Taxonomy Projects are Graceless and What To Do About It
Latest Knowledge Organisation Posts from the IKO Conference Blog
IKO Conference Blog is Up!
The Limits of Structured Taxonomies
Innovations in Knowledge Organisation
In Defence of Discovery
Taxonomy Development Poster in Simplified Chinese
KM Conference Season 2014 begins in Earnest
Letting Facets Fly
Taxonomy and Knowledge Audit Workshops in Canberra!
UK Workshops in November
Breaking the Curse of Automagical Search
Article on Metadata Collection Strategies
Organising Around Knowledge
Wolfram, Wolfram, Wherefore Art Thou Wolfram
Google Finally Comes Out of the Closet on Taxonomies
Orchestrating the Intranet for Knowledge Management
A Prezi on the Taxonomy Development Poster
Taxonomy Development Infographic
Social Media, Empowerment and Serious Research
An Empirical Approach to Taxonomy Development
Odd Things Out
Data, Knowledge Organisation and Scientific Knowledge
Witnessing the Birth of a Taxonomy
Taxonomy Fairy Tales
Taxonomy: Workshop in Australia March 2011
Taxonomy: Error Cascades in Semantic Analysis
Taxonomy: When is a Toy Not a Toy?
Post on The Accidental Taxonomist
Post on Two Tales of Taxonomy Ignorance
Filenaming Conventions and Knowledge Sharing
Where are the People in KM/IA?
Metadata for Movies
Representing Complexity
Survey on the Future of Taxonomy Work
Context as Memory