“For a large enterprise to share information across diverse product lines and functions, a common language or taxonomy is required to classify the information. The best way to develop the common taxonomy is to look at the hierarchies currently in use.”

– David Lamar Smith, Halliburton Global Technical Services Chief

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One of Taxonomy Strategies core values is community service. We are actively involved in professional and standards organizations such as the Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) and the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI). We also spend time giving workshops, talks and conference presentations to teach people about the purpose and value of taxonomies and metadata. This section of the website provides links to presentations given by Taxonomy Strategies personnel or our clients.

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  • Taxonomy and Metadata Strategies for Effective Content Management

    program for the Potomac Valley Chapter of ASIS&T, Feb. 10 in Washington, D.C.

  • Content Management for Information Architects Workshop

    at the Fifth Annual ASIS&T Information Architecture Summit, Feb. 27 in Austin, TX.

  • 4 Myths about Taxonomies & Dublin Core: Examples from the Field

    presentation at the Fifth Annual ASIS&T Information Architecture Summit, Feb. 28 in Austin, TX.

  • Taxonomy & Metadata Strategies for Effective Content Management

    Tutorial at the Gilbane Conference on Content Management, March 24 in Los Angeles.

  • Categorization and Taxonomy Strategies: How to Find and Re-use Existing Schemes

    session at the Gilbane Conference on Content Management, March 26, 2004 in Los Angeles, CA.

  • Data-Content Architecture Best Practices for Metadata & Database Administration

    Tutorial at the DAM NYC04 Henry Stewart Conference on March 31, 2004 in New York City.

  • The Secrets and Strategies for Creating Taxonomy & Metadata Models that Pay

    Tutorial at the DAM NYC04 Henry Stewart Conference on March 31, 2004 in New York City.

  • How to Structure Content for E-Government

    Workshop by Joseph Busch and Ron Daniel, Taxonomy Strategies on taxonomy and metadata at the Digital Government Institute, April 19, 2004 in Washington, D.C.

  • Metadata Strategies

    Workshop at the Enterprise Search Summit, May 10, 2004 in New York City.

  • Taxonomy Building

    Workshop at the Enterprise Search Summit, May 10, 20o4 in New York City.

  • Building Blocks for Enhanced Search: Metadata, Classification & Taxonomies

    presentation at the Enterprise Search Summit, May 12, 2004 in New York City.

2003

  • Categorization and Taxonomy Strategies for Migrating Content

    at the Gilbane-Seybold Conference, Sept. 9, 2003 in San Francisco.

  • Building an XML Publishing System

    at the Seybold-IDEAlliance XML in Publishing Conference, Sept. 11, 2003 in San Francisco.

  • Taking Advantage of Knowledge Reuse for Publishing

    session of the Seybold-IDEAlliance XML in Publishing Conference, Sept. 12, 2003 in San Francisco.

  • Metadata & Search Workshop

    at Dublin Core 2003, Sept 28, 2003 in Seattle.

  • Information Architecture for Enterprise Intranets

    at KM World & Intranets, Oct. 15 in Santa Clara, CA.

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