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From: Gail Hodge <Gailhodge@AOL.COM>
Subject: Announcement:  Networked Knowledge Organization Sources Workshop
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I thought you or some of your staff might be interested in this.  NKOS is an=
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ad hoc working group with over 70 members from 10 countries who are=20
interested in the use of knowledge organization systems/sources such as=20
thesauri, ontologies, classification schemes, etc. to organization and acces=
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information on the Internet and on intranets. -- Gail
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APOLOGIES FOR DUPLICATION.  THIS IS BEING SENT TO MULTIPLE LISTS.

ATTENTION Digital Library Developers, Information Architects, Content=20
Managers, Lexicographers, and Indexers

The Networked Knowledge Organization Sources/Systems (NKOS) Working Group=20
announces its 4th Workshop in Association with the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference=
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on Digital Libraries

CLASSIFICATION CROSSWALKS:  BRINGING COMMUNITIES TOGETHER
THE 4th NETWORKED KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION SOURCES/SYSTEMS (NKOS) WORKSHOP
Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center
Roanoke, VA
June 28, 2001


Mapping between/among classification schemes is beneficial within an=20
organization that has a number of implicit schemes, between organizations=20
seeking to exchange information, and in a digital library context where=20
collections are organized by different classifications.  This cross scheme=20
mapping could be done manually, but if many schemes are to be mapped, it may=
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be desirable to provide automated tools and techniques to support the=20
process.  This workshop will present research and projects that identify the=
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state-of-the-practice, describe working tools, and outline the research=20
agenda for integrating and interoperating classification schemes.
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The primary aim of the workshop is to raise the awareness of work that is=20
being conducted in the area of classification mapping/integration and to=20
identify areas for future research.=20

The workshop's objectives are:=20
=B7 To provide a forum for researchers in knowledge organization=20
sources/systems (KOSs), including thesauri, classification schemes,=20
taxonomies, ontologies, etc., to share their views, experiences and plans.=20
=B7 To raise the awareness of the state of the art.=20
=B7 To identify a research agenda concerning classification integration and=20
mapping in digital library research.=20
=B7 To exploit potentially useful theories, methodologies, and technologies.=
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=B7 To provide a network for researchers, implementers and other interested=20
parties to establish collaborative efforts.=20

Participants will also be encouraged to give short presentations on other=20
activities related to the use of KOSs in Internet and intranet environments.=
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Reports by NKOS task groups working on a mark-up language for KOSs and a=20
metadata scheme for a KOS registry are also scheduled.

The preliminary program is available from the NKOS Web site at=20
http://nkos.slis.kent.edu.  Registration and hotel information is available=20
from www.jcdl.org.  The deadline for discounted registration is May 15. The=20
cost of the workshop is a maximum of $85 on or before May 15.  The cost afte=
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May 15 is a maximum of $95. We would also encourage you to consider=20
attendance at the entire JCDL Meeting.

For more information, contact Gail Hodge at gailhodge@aol.com or 610/789-676=
9.

Program Committee:

Gail Hodge
National Biological Information Infrastructure/IIa

Diane Vizine-Goetz
OCLC

Paul Thompson
Univ. of St. Thomas

Marcia Lei Zeng
Kent State Univ.


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