of the American Society for Information Science and Technology   Vol. 28, No. 1    October / November 2001


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Special Section

Content Management: Managing Content Components for the Web and Other Publishing Environments

by Bob Boiko, Guest Editor


    Understanding Content Management: Bob Boiko, Metatorial Services Inc.

      Distinguishing the various levels of CM systems

Information Architects and Their Central Role in Content Management: Rita Warren, ZiaContent

      How and why information architects should be involved in CM

    Fulfilling the Promise of Content Management: Chris Kartchner, Blueflame

      How to keep your CM project on track

    The Content Management Market, What You Really Need to Know: Priscilla Emery, e-Nterprise Advisors

      Considerations in selecting a CM solution and a run-down on some of the current CM players

Breaking news: Look for the first ASIST Summit on Content Management coming in 2002!


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