Author Archive for Harriet Aagaard

SAA Open Session at WLIC 2021: Subject to Change: How to deal with changes in subject information? – Presentations

Documentations from the virtual WLIC 2021 conference is not freely accessible  until after one year. Did you not attend the session? The Bibliography Section blog has published a report about the session. The presentations are freely available on-line: Subject to flexibility: Theory and history of knowledge organisation systems / Hollie […]

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SAA Open Session at WLIC 2021: Subject to Change: How to deal with changes in subject information?

Do not miss our Open session at WLIC 2021 about what we do or should do about changes in subject information! These links only work if you  access to the LWIC 2021 conference. It is possible to register after the conference, but we want everyone to be able to access […]

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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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