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Title: Taxonomy development: assessing the merits of contextual classification
Authors: Milne, Christopher
Affiliation: University of Abertay Dundee. Information Services
Keywords: Classification
Portals
Records management
Taxonomy
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Emerald
Type: Article
Citation: Milne, C. 2007. Taxonomy development: assessing the merits of contextual classification. Records Management Journal. 17 (1) pp. 7-16
Abstract: To share personal experience on the early stages of taxonomy construction, reflecting on the potential role of contextual classification techniques as applied by the records management profession as a tool in effectively organising information, resources and services within intranet and/or portal environments. The paper also assesses the additional benefits to be secured where linking content to business purposes can create or reveal new meaning.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10373/80
ISSN: 09565698
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