ENTERPRISE INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS
||ENTERPRISE INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS
||ELPUB2005. From Author to Reader: Challenges for the Digital Content Chain: Proceedings of the 9th ICCC International Conference on ElectronicPublishing held at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Leuven-Heverlee(Belgium), 8-10 June 2005 / Edited by: Milena Dobreva & Jan Engelen, ed. byPeeters Publishing Leuven, ISBN 90-429-1645-1, 2005
||The value of publishing information on the Internet is in the combination of access and connections. While many institutions began with the concept of a single web site -- a home page linked to pages organized into sections -- this model is obsolete. Most major cultural institutions have created an Enterprise Web Space, a combination of many web sites, databases, publications, special exhibitions, membership information, and related digital resources. To create effective Enterprise Web Space, we must apply information architecture principles, organizing the information we want to share in relation to the needs of our audience. The role of Information Architecture is a combination of information analysis and design, to identify and visualize structures that help users find and follow connections. This workshop will focus on examples of Enterprise Web Space from selected cultural institutions including museums, libraries, and international organizations.
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