Join us for a new class being offered by the NIH Library, Introduction to Taxonomies. The class will be held online via WebEx on May 27, 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
This webinar provides an overview of taxonomies, including the origins of taxonomies, where they are used in everyday life, and why they are important. The overview begins by presenting existing taxonomies in multiple areas and subjects, including science, art, biology, medicine, industry, and news. Participants will then learn about the importance of organizing their files and data and basic best practices for taxonomy building.
The course is designed as an introduction for those interested in learning more about taxonomies and information organization or for those interested in a refresher on this topic. All are welcome to attend; the class was designed for researchers, fellows, post-docs, communications specialists, policy specialists, human resources specialists, and librarians.
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