If you aren’t attending the Taxonomy Boot Camp, maybe you will find this conference a little closer to your interests. “The Library as Publisher: Details, Practice, and Potential Outcomes” addresses the creation of new content sets by virtue of a university open access repository, or putting together custom courseware, and how this practice is turning many libraries into de facto publishers. This is actually a pre-conference to the Charleston Conference in … you guessed it, Charleston, South Carolina.

This panel of dynamic speakers and subject matter experts will focus on this shift in the library’s role and discuss potential outcomes with respect to this emerging library practice.

The publishing world has been affected by the world of technology more than any other. More people are building and implementing taxonomies. The awareness of controlled vocabularies and their applications continues to grow.

Melody K. Smith

Sponsored by Access Innovations, the world leader in taxonomies, metadata, and semantic enrichment to make your content findable.