Two members of the EK team are speaking at the upcoming Special Libraries Association (SLA) Annual Conference, to be held virtually from August 3rd to13th. The SLA Annual Conference brings together special librarians and information professionals who want to explore the latest challenges and trends in knowledge and information management, refine their skills, and network with colleagues.
Jenni Doughty will be co-presenting with other industry experts in an SLA On-Demand Presentation, Using Semantic Resources to Enrich Content Services, which will discuss key definitions and use cases focused on the implementation of taxonomies, ontologies, and knowledge graphs to solve critical business problems and improve the findability and usability of content. Relatable industry examples and case studies will be shared to give viewers clear and practical tips for starting and/or implementing semantic resources.
Guillermo Galdamez’s presentation, ‘Maximizing the value of a KM benchmark’ will offer advice on best practices in using benchmarking to advance KM efforts, define a KM strategy, and ultimately strengthen a KM program.