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Drilling Down to the Challenges of a SharePoint Taxonomy Implementation
Original Broadcast Date:  Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Although most organizations have SharePoint in place, very few have taken care to structure the information architecture of their environment, and with good reason: doing so can be challenging using SharePoint's native e tools and d capabilities. In this webinar, Hlava and Shepley explain the main challenges organizations face when trying to implement a taxonomy in their SharePoint environment as well as some of the best practices they can use to succeed.


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Presenters

Marjorie HlavaMarjorie M.K. Hlava is President, Chairman, and founder of Access Innovations, Inc. Well known in the international information arena, she is the founding Chair of the new SLA Taxonomy Division established in August 2009. Ms. Hlava is past president of the Association for Information Science and Technology (1993) and the 1996 recipient of ASIST's prestigious Watson Davis Award, twice a member of the Board of Directors of SLA (formerly known as the Special Libraries Association) where she was presented the Presidents Award for her standards work, 5 year member of the Board of the National Information Standards Organization (NISO). She also served as president of NFAIS (2002-2003), the organization of those who create, organize, and distribute information. She has published more than two hundred articles and books on information science topics. She was a member of the Z39.19 2005 Controlled Vocabulary and the Z39.84 Dublin Core standard development teams. She serves on the Content Board for NISO, and is a member of NKOS (Networked Knowledge Organization Systems/Services). Her research areas include furthering the productivity of content creation and the governance layer for information access through automated indexing, thesaurus development, taxonomy creation, natural language processing, machine translations, and machine aided indexing. She has given countless presentations domestically and internationally, including keynote addresses. Her workshop and lecture topics include thesaurus development, taxonomy creation, natural language processing, machine translations, machine aided indexing, and other knowledge organization systems (KOS) topics.
 

Joe ShepleyJoe Shepley
Joe Shepley is Vice President and Practice leader for Doculabs a Privately Held; Information Technology and Services company. His areas of expertise include Corporate strategy, Enterprise 2.0, e-discovery and litigation readiness, taxonomy, process improvement, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) processes and technologies, SDLC methodologies, ITIL (V3 Foundation), Project management (PMP). He is a regular Contributor to CMSWire and AIIM E2.0 Community Blog.