Theoretical base of knowledge organization
What it contributes to understanding the context of human perception; linguistic, social and cultural bases; and structures for representing knowledge.
Design centred on the user of knowledge organization systems
Management of content in different systems; usability, personalization, interoperability and multilingualism; design models based on artificial intelligence and natural language processing; its evaluation.
Users and use of knowledge organization systems
Search behaviour and the social use of Internet; training and competence in information handling; accessibility and the digital divide between different sectors of society; detecting needs for accessing web-based contents and electronic training for the disabled.
Applications of knowledge organization systems
The market for knowledge organization systems; content classification systems (categories and taxonomies of web sites); intermediaries, disintermediation and re-intermediation; ethical aspects.
Sponsors and collaborators
7th ISKO-Spain Conference