Conference: North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization 2013

Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.



Papers:


Richard Smiraglia. 2013. Is FRBR A Domain? Domain Analysis Applied to the Literature of The FRBR Family of Conceptual Models. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Ann Graf & Richard Smiraglia. 2013. Transition in Education: Domain Analysis from the Encyclopedia of Milwaukee. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Christine Marchese & Richard Smiraglia. 2013. Boundary Objects: CWA, an HR Firm, and Emergent Vocabulary. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Jihee Beak, Jeanette Glover, Daniel Martinez-Avila, Suellen Oliviera Milani. 2013. International Comparative Domain Analysis in Knowledge Organization Research Topics in Four Countries - Brazil, South Korea, Spain and the United States. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Melodie Fox & Austin Reece. 2013. The Impossible Decision: Social Tagging and Derrida’s Deconstructed Hospitality. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Lei Zhang, Margaret Kipp, & Hur-Li Lee. 2013. Genre Tag … Tag Genre. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Christine Marie Angel. 2013. A Comparison of Descriptive Tagging Practices by Library, Archive, and Museum Professionals using an Inter-Indexing Consistency Approach. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Lala Hajibayova. 2013. Blog, news, ecommerce: Does genre matter for taggers?. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Natália Bolfarini Tognoli, José Augusto Chaves Guimarães, & Joseph T. Tennis. 2013. Diplomatics as a methodological perspective for archival knowledge organization In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

José Augusto Chaves Guimarães, Rodrigo de Sales. 2013. Contributions of Julius Otto Kaiser to the theoretical framework of Knowledge Organization: basis for the analytical-synthetic method. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Chloë Edwards. 2013. The Social Role of Public Library Classifications. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Gretchen Hoffman. How are cookbooks classified in libraries? An exploration of three standards for subject access. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Joseph T. Tennis. 2013. Collocative Integrity and Our Many Varied Subjects: What the Metric of Alignment between Classification Scheme and Indexer Tells Us About Langridge’s Theory of Indexing In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Martin Frické. 2013. Logic and The Organization of Information: An Introduction. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Jonathan Schatz, Nadia Stennes-Spidahl, Samantha Mills, & Aaron J. Loehrlein. 2013. Bibliographic Induction: How KO Systems Can Enable Optimized Browsing By Supporting Library Users' Prior Knowledge In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Daniel Martínez-Ávila & Richard Smiraglia. 2013. Revealing Perception: Discourse Analysis in a Phenomenological Framework. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Heather Lea Moulaison, Felicity Dykas, & John M. Budd. 2013. The Author and the Person: A Foucauldian Reflection on the Author in Knowledge Organization Systems. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Hope A. Olson & Lynne C. Howarth. 2013. A Space of Transition: Rethinking Surrogates. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Rick Szostak. 2013. Classification for Diversity. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Melissa Adler & Joseph T. Tennis. 2013. Toward a Taxonomy of Harm. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Michèle Hudon. 2013. KO and Classification Education Objectives: Are we keeping up with the transformation of our field? In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.

Elin Jacob & Guo Zhang. 2013. The role of virtual boundaries in knowledge sharing and organization. In Proceedings from North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization, Vol. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Download a copy from here.