8 August 2018

Whatever your level of expertise, bring yourself right up to date with taxonomies and how to optimise them in your organisation. Choose from four Taxonomy Boot Camp London workshops: combine them with a full conference registration or just drop in for a single workshop. All workshops take place the day before Taxonomy Boot Camp on Monday 15 October at Olympia London.

W1 Taxonomy fundamentals (one day workshop)
Heather Hedden, Senior Vocabulary Editor, Gale/Cengage Learning, USA.
Kick-start your conference experience with Heather’s full-day workshop designed for those who need to get up to speed fast with designing and creating taxonomies. You may be brand new to this, or have limited experience, or need to fit taxonomy management around other parts of your role. Read about the full workshop coverage here.

W2 Introduction to text analytics (half day workshop, AM)
Tom Reamy, Chief Knowledge Architect, KAPS Group, USA
Author of the book Deep Text, Tom is well-placed to give a definitive introduction to text analytics (encompassing auto-categorisation, text mining, sentiment analysis, machine learning and more). Attendees will learn about the technologies, best practices, making a business case, and the range of applications that can be built on text analytics. Learn more about this workshop here.

W3 Secret lives of structured content: strategically deliver your content at scale to multiple devices, audiences and channels (half day workshop, AM)
Rahel Bailie, Chief Knowledge Officer, Scroll, UK
Structured content is powerful, allowing organisations to deliver content efficiently from multiple sources to multiple audiences, channels and interfaces. Published author and frequent speaker Rahel helps you understand the principles and potential of adding more structure to your content. Read workshop coverage here.

W4 Implementing taxonomies in SharePoint (half day workshop, PM)
Agnes Molnar, Founder & Managing Consultant, Search Explained, Hungary
Managed metadata is a special data type within SharePoint that helps companies manage controlled vocabularies for information usability and findability. Agnes is a leading expert in search, information architecture and Microsoft technologies. Learn more about this workshop here.

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