Category Archives: Information Architecture

KMWorld 2011 Conference Notes

I was fortunate enough to attend KMWorld2011 in Washington D.C. this. The line up of speakers was impressive and from all over the world. Here is a brief summary of my take-aways from the conference. 1. The same challenges are … Continue reading

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Information Architecture in an Multi-Cultural World

In a my March 5 Post on Search and Information Architecture I discussed the issue of culture on designing websites and information architecture.  Over the last few months I’ve been researching this topic more and had an opportunity to interact … Continue reading

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Search and Information Architecture

A colleague sent me a link to a very good on-line lecture by Peter Morville that was sponsored by Library and Archives Canada.  Peter has written a number of books about search patterns and information architecture;  all very good reading … Continue reading

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Information Architecture: The Semantics of Managing Information

It has been a while since my last post because I’ve been researching Information Architecture.  I knew that information architecture is, or should be, the lynch pin for application and network architecture.  However I’ve been running up against the bias … Continue reading

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Enterprise Architecture

Information management marries the classification of information with the information and communication technologies.  The Enterprise Architecture stage of the IM Model is the bridge between those two elements. The definition for enterprise architecture provided by the Institute for Enterprise Architecture … Continue reading

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A Model for Managing Information

In my previous post I mentioned that I found IM interesting because it involves so many areas of specialization.  The following image is an information model that shows where these different areas of specialization contribute to the practice of IM. … Continue reading

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