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Introduction to major ideas and concerns of the information professions and examination of formal communication of relevant ideas, information, and knowledge.  Exploration of nature and role of organizations in which archivists and librarians work.  Required for all students enrolled in the MLIS Program. LIS 2005 ORGANIZING AND RETRIEVING INFORMATION Key concepts in information organization and information retrieval, including: terminology and models of organizing and retrieving information; nature of user information needs and implications for information organization and information retrieval; identifying ...
The term is sometimes used to encompass the entirety of the medium, but is also sometimes used to distinguish games produced by the interactive fiction community from those created by games companies. It can also be used to distinguish the more modern style of such works, focusing on narrative and not necessarily falling into the adventure game genre at all, from the more traditional focus on puzzles . More expansive definitions of interactive fiction may refer to all adventure games, including wholly graphical adventures such as Myst . As a commercial product, interactive fiction reached its peak in popularity from 1979-1986, ...
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Conference Review: UPA 2007: Part I :: UXmatters
conference at the Hilton Hotel in Austin, Texas, on June 11–15, 2007. This conference has a lot to offer, with a blend of the inspirational —keynotes and other invited speakers the didactic —tutorials, presentations, and peer-reviewed papers the participatory —workshops, idea markets, and special interest groups (SIGs) the social —cocktail receptions, networking breaks, lunches, and evening fun This year’s theme focused on Patterns and how they serve as “blueprints for usability.” Conference co-chair, Carol Smith (shown in Figure 1), articulated the pertinence of this theme. ... market research, surveys and trends
Conversation Agent: Brand Stories that Work, Gerry Lantz -- Part Deux
Gerry had a pretty spectacular career. He contributed to the growth and success of such clients as Unilever, Hershey Foods, and Hasbro Toys among others, while an officer at Ogilvy and DDB. In recognition of his contributions, Gerry has received three Effies—the American Marketing Association award for sales effectiveness, two David Ogilvy Awards—for creativity and sales effectiveness, and the Toy Marketing Association's Award for Best Marketing, Advertising, & Promotion of 2000. As CMO at Ferrero USA, the makers of Tic Tac, Rocher, and Nutella, he directed marketing, sales, advertising, public relations, promotions and ... market research, surveys and trends

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Tell Me About Yourself: CHAPTER 09: Personal Branding as ...
Story-supported personal branding should be at the heart of your efforts to propel your career, with consistent branding pervading your resume, cover letter, portfolio, interview responses, and all career-marketing communication. Let your brand support your story, and your story support your brand. Personal Branding Resources Andrusia, D. & Haskins, R. (2000). Brand Yourself: How to Create an Identity for a Brilliant Career . New York: Ballantine. Arruda, William, and Dixson, Kirsten. (2007). Career Distinction: Stand Out by Building Your Brand , Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Arruda, William, and Dixson, Kirsten. Career Distinction Workbook industry trends, business articles and survey research
Google Secretly Invested $100+ Million In Zynga, Preparing To ...
Google has quietly (secretly, one might say) invested somewhere between $100 million and $200 million in social gaming behemoth Zynga , we’ve confirmed from multiple sources. The company has raised somewhere around half a billion dollars in venture capital in the last year alone, including $150 million from Softbank Capital last month and $180 million late last year from Digital Sky Technologies, Tiger Global, Institutional Venture Partners and Andreessen Horowitz. The Softbank announcement was never officially confirmed by the company, however, and the Google investment was likely part of that deal as well. The investment ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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'Top Secret America' draws notice for use of Web tools
The Post's "Top Secret America" series has spurred a great deal of debate in national security circles -- but it has also been a topic of discussion among designers and new media observers intrigued by the series' use of databases and interactive elements to help tell the story. Many have praised the series: • The New America Foundation's Sustaining Democracy in a Digital Age blog : "It's no secret that we live in a time when the news most likely to be consumed is that which is served bite-sized to readers, ideally in 140 characters or, if necessary, 140 words...With this in mind, the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Russell Simmons Hosts Special Screening Of New Independent Film On The Animal ...
the first fiction film about the Animal Liberation Front (ALF), a non-centralized group of animal liberators and economic saboteurs that the FBI calls their top domestic terrorist priority. This special press event and screening will be held on Monday July 26 at 6 p.m. at Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Avenue (at 2nd Street), in New York City. Doors will open to members of the press at 6 p.m. and the film will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are still available for the 9:15 p.m. screening. In Bold Native , Charlie Cranehill (newcomer Joaquin Pastor), an ALF member wanted by the government for domestic terrorism, emerges from the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Ministry of the Archivist: Sign of the Times Gertrude Foley, SC ...
the archives to the attention of the community and the public. .... “ organizational storytelling,” an emerging discipline in the fields of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Storytelling in the JPL Library: From Practice to Theory
sense of organizational identity. Stories offer an approach different from the more ... storytellers. (The JPL Archives can be reached at (626)449-1593 ext. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Why do Knowledge Management initiatives fail in most organizations ...
I have worked in diverse Knowledge Management initiatives along my professional career, and from my work experience I have to agree with you regarding that most of the initiatives actually fail in fulfill its promised benefits. Let’s see why: - Most of the Knowledge Management Systems are conceptualized, envisioned and developed with such wide scopes that result very hard to get significant results and outcomes in a relatively short timeframe. As a possible mitigation tactic I would suggest limit the working domain of the Knowledge Management application so much as been possible and choose a thematic area or a ...
How to Deal with Pathological Liars? | Ask MetaFilter
How does one deal with a pathological liar? It's an icky trait that I've come face to face with in the past year with not one but TWO people who just make up the craziest nonsense. At the school where I work, I have a 14 year old student who makes up attention-getting, blatantly untrue lies (dead relatives, student was recently arrested, student has steel plate in body, needs open heart surgery, etc.). I kind of get this...looking for attention, teachers just keep directing him to his work. He also sees the school counselor and we do have daily contact with his separated and highly unpleasant parents who advise us ...