Extended deadline: Call for papers: CCQ Special Issue: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automated Processes for Subject Access

The deadline for contributions to the CCQ special issue on AI and automated processes has been extended to May 31. Call for papers  

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Call for papers: CCQ Special Issue: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automated Processes for Subject Access

The library community has invested in the development of knowledge organization systems (KOS, such as subject headings, thesauri, taxonomies, classification, etc.) to represent general knowledge or domain-specific knowledge, standardize vocabularies with the ultimate goal to describe information resources and provide effective access to these resources. These knowledge organization systems are […]

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Extended deadline for proposals to the WLIC 2020 Open Session about AI

The Analysis and Access Section will together with the Knowledge Mangegement Section host an open session at WLIC  2020 in Dublin about AI & machine learning. We have decided to extend the deadline for subissions to March 15 to get more proposals.   We hope to get more proposals that describe what […]

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ALA Midwinter Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 23-28 January 2020

The American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Meeting and Conference took place in Philadelphia at the end of January. The weather was quite mild, especially compared to the last time the meeting was in Philadelphia when we had major snowfall. As usual, I had a very full agenda. I represented the […]

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WLIC 2019 – what happened?

Prepared by Harriet Aagard, National Library of Sweden, and Caroline Saccucci, Library of Congress The Subject Analysis and Access Section was engaged in several sessions during the IFLA WLIC 2019 in Athens.   Satellite Meeting: Metadata Specialists in the Machine Age  The Bibliography, Cataloguing, Subject Analysis and Access, and IT […]

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