On this page, you will find the programmes of past ISKO UK biennale conferences. Outputs of individual conference are being currently audited for copyright clearance, curated for metadata quality and prepared to be uploaded to the digital repository of Zenodo . As the same time we are developing a taxonomy specifically designed to index the subjects treated in these conferences.
We thank you for your patience, this is a long-term project which requires time and effort from a small dedicated team.
Helen Challinor, Sylvie Davies, Eugene Morozov, Judi Vernau, David Watkins
|2009 - Content Architecture - Exploiting and Managing Diverse Resources|
|2011 - Facets of Knowledge Organization - A tribute to Professor Brian Vickery, 1918–2009|
|2013 - Knowledge Organization - Pushing the boundaries|
|2015 - Knowledge Organization - Making a difference|
2017 - Knowledge Organization, what’s the story? - Current state and direction of travel
|2019 - The Human Position in an Artificial World - Creativity, ethics and AI in knowledge organization|
|2021- Knowledge Organization in exceptional times (cancelled)|
|2023 - Knowledge Organization and Information Discovery - Improving user experience, quality and trust|
You can access the conference files (papers, slides, and recordings when available) in three ways:
1. from the programme page hosted on this website (see list above) by clicking on the relevant links. Note that we did not manage to gather all contributions but the majority is there.
2. by searching for the ISKO UK community on Zenodo and then either view the whole content or use the search box. So far, you'll only find files from the 2009 conference.
In all cases, you will notice on the result page metadata which comprise a DOI, keywords provided by the authors and subjects drawn from a bespoke taxonomy developed for this project. Note also that the file is linked to the relevant conference programme and its alternative formats are listed as 'supplementary material' under the heading 'related identifiers'.
For further assistance, please contact Sylvie Davies firstname.lastname@example.org.