#PKMChat : Taxonomies to Organize Knowledge – Q1


#PKMChat : Taxonomies to Organize Knowledge – Conclusion


#PKMChat : Taxonomies to Organize Knowledge – Remarkable


#PKMChat : Taxonomies to Organize Knowledge – Introduction


#PKMChat : Taxonomies to Organize Knowledge – Participants


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0 0 Let’s chat on Personal Knowledge Management, self directed learning, lifelong learning, sharing knowledge.u000aHost of #PKMChat Wed 4PM ETu000au000aTweets by @BrunoWinck
Stephanie Barnes

34 132 KM Consultant: http://www.knowledgeworkers.org: also check out http://lawfirmkm.com/ and http://www.knoco.com and http://www.stephaniebarnesart.com/
Nigel Young

21 66 Learning Solutions Consultant and Director at Kanuka Consulting; everything learning and learning technologies and a dash of sarcastic wit to boot!
Renee Robson

12 32 Puppy aficionado, passionate about HR and learning and development, expert in all things irrelevant
Kate Pinner

1 2 I’m a rustic learning specialist who loves mountain biking, good food & great wine. Why rustic? Just ask : )
Helen Crump

7 14 Literacies, learning & technology. Excited about digital literacies & social networked learning. Also exploring digital pedagogies & learning design.
Daniel Adeboye

1 2 I’m a Jesus lover and fan | Growing E-Learning professional, Learner and Trainer, Developing passion and skills particularly in EdTech.
Gail Radecki

35 102 Voracious reader, wannabe writer, continuing medical education/e-learning professional, lifelong learner.
Nick Leffler

37 98 I’m fascinated by the power social networks hold to solve even the most complex business problem.
Bruno Winck

0 0 Travelling Software Architect, Knowledge Management, Social and Lifelong Self Directed Learning enthusiast. Founder of @Kneaver – #PKMChat host
urbie delgado

18 84 Instructional designer, speaker, comic-ist. Believe in #YouMatter, connections w/educators. Husband & papa, OldPa. Navy veteran (long ago). Clinicians = my tPop
Perrin Rowland

1 10 usability. education. visualisation. …carbs.

1 2 godKing iLucky
Cendrine Marrouat

4 8 Social media professional. Curator. Photographer. Founder: @somediaslant & #smslantchat (@smslantchat). @paper_li blog staff writer. @b2bnewsnetwork columnist.

4 8 eLearning ID exploring better ways of learning & working through networks, conversation, collaboration & community. @EdConteXts | @OzLearn | #3place
Lærke Spenner

7 30 Social producer at VICE dk. Interested in Tech, Social, Graphic Design, Culture, Communication and Music.

#PKMChat : Taxonomies to Organize Knowledge

Q0: Did you use or become aware of taxonomies recently, what did you think? http://t.co/N7bzs7Zsqd
Q2: What?s the difference among
a taxonomy and tagging,
ontologies, folksonomy http://t.co/vYptyiBEeM

Q3: Do you think a taxonomy is
useful or is tagging or
a folksonomy better? http://t.co/uzjDY2LnDM

Q4: Do you have a process to
review/update the taxonomy in your
organization? Describe http://t.co/W2qbeeY1BF

Q5: Which extra benefits could
you see of using taxonomies http://t.co/z9Ic2GZeQn