[sigtag-l] Workshop for SIG-KM at Annual ASIS&T Meeting

Heather D. Pfeiffer hdp at cs.nmsu.edu
Sun Aug 14 18:17:39 EDT 2011

NOTE:  Workshop has been moved to the morning from afternoon!

This is a call for papers/presentations for a SIG KM workshop at the ASIST
Annual Meeting and a special issue of the ASIST Bulletin. The topic is
knowledge management of personal information in social networks and
repositories (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and de.licio.us). Papers
are to be up to 10 pages and descriptions of presentations up to four
pages. (Papers will be included in the conference proceedings flashdrive.)

The focus of the workshop is on how to use social networks to manage
knowledge and relationships. How KM techniques and practices can be
applied to social network organization will be discussed. Presenters will
deal with information extraction including important aspects of designing
and structuring the extracted data and creating knowledge chunks into
databases and conceptual repositories. KM can also be used in information
systems and specific, application-tailored archives for phone apps and

Topics can include but are not limited to:

- Knowledge management of social network data including tagging, metadata,
and sharing;
- Knowledge management technologies that enable interoperability of data
repositories and data exchange formats;
- Tools for exploring extracted data from multiple domains of texts;
- Integrated knowledge representation (KR) and management of scientific
and clinical free-text data, such as OWL, RDF, and Annotation Schemas;
- KR formalisms that enable the creation of machine-processable
descriptions of web resources;
- Health-related informatics data sources and how to manage the knowledge
and control for privacy.

-Heather D. Pfeiffer, PhD
SIG KM Chair

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