Internet Librarian 2017 Speaker List

Debbie Abilock Rigele Abilock Stephen Abram Kudirat Abiola Adegoke Amy Affelt Francine Alt-Greene Sean Anderson Robert Anstett Patrick Armatis Jennifer Baker Jaime Barrilleaux Paul Barrows Mary Ellen Bates Anne Behler Tasha Bergson-Michelson Ben Bizzle Erik Boekesteijn Lee Boulie Marshall Breeding Bryan Carter Lainie Castle Eric Chan Mikkel Christoffersen Michael Cianfrani Tod Colegrove Emily Compton-Dzak Deirdre … Continue reading Internet Librarian 2017 Speaker List

W13: Text Analytics

Afternoon Workshops – Sunday 22 October 13:30 – 16:30 Do your clients want to quickly understand text and documents and get the gist of the content? Text analytics (text mining, noun phrase extraction, auto-categorization, auto-summarization, and social media or sentiment analysis) is becoming essential to any field that utilizes or tries to understand unstructured text. To … Continue reading W13: Text Analytics

A103: Practitioners Panel: Search Tips & Millennial Searcher Secrets

Track A: (International Ballroom Center) —  (International Ballroom Center) —  Discovery, Navigation, & Search – Monday 23 October 13:30 – 14:30 This fast-paced session features a panel of practitioners and a Millennial searcher who share their search techniques and strategies, approaches to fake news, and more. Adegoke starts with searching tips. With “post-truth” as Oxford Dictionaries’ Word of the Year for … Continue reading A103: Practitioners Panel: Search Tips & Millennial Searcher Secrets

B205: Tools for Collaboration & Innovation

Track B: (International Ballroom East) —  (International Ballroom East) —  Enterprise: Tools, Tech & New Roles – Tuesday 24 October 16:15 – 17:00 Pichman discusses the power of Slack, a communication app with real-time messaging, archiving, and search for modern teams, which leads to collaboration, organization, and, most importantly, innovation. Slack is almost a replacement for email that organizes and categorizes … Continue reading B205: Tools for Collaboration & Innovation

Reamy, Tom

Tom ReamyChief Knowledge ArchitectKAPS Group Tom Reamy is currently the Chief Knowledge Architect and founder of KAPS Group, a group of knowledge architecture, taxonomy, and text analytics consultants. Tom has 20 years’ of experience in information architecture, intranet management and consulting, and text analytics. Tom’s academic background includes a Masters in the History of Ideas, … Continue reading Reamy, Tom