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Introduces the concept of organization, how pervasive it is, organization tools used by information professionals and careers in the field

Introduces the concept of organization, how pervasive it is, organization tools used by information professionals and careers in the field

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  • 1. Organizing the World One Word at a Time Chris Kiess, MLS, MS
  • 2. You Are Here
  • 3. And Here
  • 4. And Here
  • 5. Our Identity Is Defined Through Organization
  • 6. 1.Organization permeates our lives
  • 7. 2. Tools we use to manage information
  • 8. 3. Careers you can Pursue
  • 9. 1 Organization Permeates our lives
  • 10. Getting Around
  • 11. Imagine a world without organization
  • 12. Finding a Movie
  • 13. Shopping Online
  • 14. Brand, Color, Size etc.
  • 15. Country, Grape, Year
  • 16. Getting Groceries
  • 17. This All Requires Organization
  • 18. Tools We Use 2
  • 19. So much information
  • 20. Libraries Archives Approach Internet Corporations
  • 21. MARC, LCSH, Dewey Decimal
  • 22. Encoded Archival Description
  • 23. Taxonomies
  • 24. Pre & Post Coordinate Indexing
  • 25. 3 Careers You Can Pursue
  • 26. Taxonomist
  • 27. User Experience Designer
  • 28. Information Architect
  • 29. Data Scientist
  • 30. Knowledge Manager
  • 31. Which Direction
  • 32. Google, futurist Paul Saffo made a prediction in 1994: “The future belongs to neither the conduit or content players, but those who control the filtering, searching, and sensemaking tools we will rely on to navigate through the expanses of cyberspace.”
  • 33. Identify Describe Represent
  • 34. Access