SLA Now Has a Taxonomy Division!

“SLA members demonstrate expertise across a very broad spectrum of industries and disciplines, and the profession is rapidly growing to include an even wider range of career tracks,” said SLA Chief Executive Officer Janice R. Lachance. “With so many of our current members asking for the creation of a taxonomy division, it is clear that info pros are providing these type of value-added services to their employers, making information easier and faster to find, saving users valuable time, and ultimately contributing to cost-savings and a healthy bottom-line.”

“The creation of this division will build a corpus of best-practices and applicable knowledge for taxonomy professionals.  Additionally, it is an excellent way for SLA to expand its membership in this cutting-edge area of expertise,” emphasized Division Chair Marjorie M.K. Hlava. 

Hlava continued, “Taxonomies are widely used and increasingly proven to cut search time by more than 50 percent, increase worker productivity up to seven fold, and allow for location and application of mission-critical information throughout an organization. We are so pleased that SLA members and knowledge workers practicing in this area will be able join this network of taxonomy professionals within a premier professional organization with global reach.”

Interested in SLA's Taxonomy Division? Join today!

Read more about the Taxonomy Division in the August 26 press release from SLA.

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