Continued from The first European IA Summit (day 1).
As of this month, Europe has the EuroIA Summit. Yesterday, I posted my personal highlights of the first summit day, today my highlights of the second and last day of this year’s summit. Lees verder The first European IA Summit (day 2)
The Information Architecture (IA) Summit is the premier event for information architects around the world. This year’s edition in Montreal was my first one and is without doubt the best conference I attended. And as of this month, Europe has its own edition: the EuroIA Summit.
The theme of this first European edition was “Building our community”. The share of Europeans on the American summits was not all that large, so gathering European IA’s was a logical first priority. Personally, I was delighted to see many Dutch attendees, some of whom I saw two days earlier on the SIGCHI.nl conference.
As regards content, these are my personal highlights of the first day of the first EuroIA. It took me a while, but better late than never. Lees verder The first European IA Summit (day 1)
For those of you who enjoy the lively presentations of Jared Spool*, UIE started an audio library for their presentations. The first recording is Jared’s presentation ‘What users want‘. Enjoy!
* Earlier this year, I very much enjoyed his talk on Information Scent and ‘The Confidence Game‘.
Yesterday, the 2005 conference of SIGCHI.nl was held in Den Haag. I have not been a frequent visitor of SIGCHI events, but I must say yesterday was worthwile. Here are the highlights. Lees verder Highlights of SIGCHI.nl 2005
Once you have decided to share your knowledge or managed that your professionals share theirs, the question arises how to deliver that knowledge. The possibilities are extensive: books, whitepapers, presentations, workshops, weblogs (blogs), you name it. The right medium depends on the content and the audience. But as long as the method does the job (communicating knowledge to its intended audience), it doesn’t really matter that much. Lees verder Filing and finding knowledge
Many organizations struggle with ‘knowledge’. Everyone thinks it’s important, many try to spread knowledge among employees by creating a knowledge base on their intranet, but only few really succeed. What does it take to manage knowledge? It starts with sharing. Lees verder Knowledge management starts with sharing
Ten years after the birth of the World Wide Web, people are talking about its next generation: Web 2.0. Especially in the IA community, the buzz of Web 2.0 has resulted in an intense global discussion about its meaning, possibilities and (business and social) impact. Lees verder Web 2.0: Let go, share, build upon others, free your data