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ACIA Seminars - "Synonyms and Taxonomies: Thesaurus Design for Information Architects." Offered in La Jolla in October 2000, Chicago in November, New York in January 2001, and San Francisco in February.
ASIS Information Architecture Forum - Discussion group (SIGIA-L) with nearly 800 subscribers, created after the ASIS Summit 2000 in Boston. Get digests from the discussions on information architecture.
ASIS Science Summit 2001: Practicing Information Architecture - San Francisco, 2-4 February 2001.
ASIS Summit 2000: Information Architecture - Presentations, mailing list information, IA Glossary, etc.
American Society of Indexers (ASI) - Professional organization in the United States solely devoted to the advancement of indexing, abstracting, and database building.
Argus Center for Information Architecture (ACIA) - A focal point for learning about the theory and practice of information architecture. Hosts seminars and conferences, publishes articles and white papers, participates in research.
Information Architecture 2000 Conference - Includes pre-conference seminar on thesaurus design and a two-day conference on various IA topics. Hosted by the Argus Center for Information Architecture.
STC Information Design SIG - Bibliographies, links, reviews, tools, and so on.
TCG - Online lessons to novice and experienced technical writers. The technical communicators can display their profiles on this site.
The Design Council - Strives to promote the effective use of design in business, education, and government through initiatives, events, tools, and multiple media publications.
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