Clasificare si regasirea pe subiecte in sec. 21

Ar putea fi de folos aceasta informatie despre conferinta din Sept. 2008 cu privire la clasificari si regasirea informatiei dupa criteriul continutului, mai ales pentru bibliotecarii care se ocupa de clasificare, de terminologia utilizata pentru cautarea si regasirea informatiilor organizate pe baza unei clasificari. E drept ca, in Romania, CZU este sistemul practicat in marea majoritate, dar poate ca cineva va fi incercat sa creeze sau sa aplice si alte scheme de organizare a informatiilor, mai apropiate de specificul anumitor biblioteci, cum ar fi cele pentru copii, sau cele legate de realitati locale ori argumente stiintifice/culturale neidentificate in CZU. Oricum, o structura clasificatorie noua sau o aplicare iesita din comun a schemei CZU, ori o schema semantica a unui site de biblioteca ar putea fi prezentate cu succes la aceasta conferinta. Am citit titlurile primelor comunicari deja prezente in programul conferintei si rezulta ca vor fi tratate argumente extinse la diverse scheme de arhitectura a informatiei in web, de ex. schema online a codului de catalogare RDA, sau a formatului MARC21, ori o schema geografica, ori structura unui portal.

Conferinta se va tine in campusul universitar de la Glasgow. Un numar limitat de studenti la cursurile de zi pot solicita o bursa pentru a participa in mod gratuit.

CILIP Cataloguing and Indexing Group Conference

The University of Strathclyde
3 – 5 September 2008
Introduction
„Classification and subject retrieval in the 21st century”
„You can’t make jelly without a mould”

Dear all,
The CIG conference 2008 web pages are now available at:
http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/events/CIG/2008/conf-glasgow/

Online booking is now open.

135 years after Melvil Dewey first had the idea for his classification
scheme and with the exponential growth of new information storage and
retrieval systems we are still wrestling with finding the right way to
get things in order – on the shelves and in those very systems – and
then to enable people to find them when they search. This conference is
intended to explore current developments in classification and subject
retrieval. The conference programme will cover both the longstanding
methods – such as traditional classification schemes – right up to
social networking and ‘bleeding edge’ ideas. The conference will also
include the CIG AGM and Annual Standards Forum.

Following a call for papers, the conference programme is now in place.
Papers will be considered for publication in Catalogue and Index
following the conference. Powerpoint or similar presentation files, that
accompany papers, will be published on the CIG website.

The varied programme of presentations and updates on standards will be
complemented by opportunities to network with fellow professionals.


Ann Chapman
UKOLN, University of Bath, Bath, BA2 7AY, UK
Email: a.d.chapman@ukoln.ac.uk
Phone: +44 1225 386 121

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