Taming the news beast - Finding context and value in text and data

The first ISKO afternoon meeting of 2014

01 April 2014 | Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Christopher Ingold Building, London

As content volumes and sources have exploded, for news producers and consumers alike it has become harder to extract context and value. The rise of digital publishing has eroded print revenues, and companies have to be innovative in packaging their offerings for a competitive marketplace. Consumers too are faced with an unprecedented information overload and need ways to ensure they see only the services they truly value. Organised by ISKO member, Helen Lippell, the meeting will explore how knowledge organisers should address the challenges.

Costs and Registration

Registration is free to ISKO members and full-time students. Non-members fee is £40.

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