Content Management Working Group
The FLICC Content Management Working Group helps federal information specialists understand and stay current on content management innovations and applications, develops resources on information technology, taxonomy and digital information issues so that they can make informed decisions and develop recommendations that will help agencies select, acquire and apply appropriate programs and technologies. Serves as a voice to government and the information industry about the needs for technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of federal libraries and information centers.
- A Guide to Institutional Repository Software
- ARL's Institutional Repositories: Essential Infrastructure for Scholarship in the Digital Age
- GILS RSS Workshop: Publish and Syndicate Your News to the Web
- RSS for New Web Masters: What is RSS and How Do You Use It?
- RSS for New Web Masters: Using RSS Feeds in Aggregators and as Free Web Content
- A Detailed Description of RSS
- RSS(sm): Rich Site Services
- eFeeds(sm): Web Feeds from Electronic Journals
- B-Feeds(sm): Web Feeds for Books and Monographs
- RSS in Government
- Pew Study on RSS and Blog Statistics
- General Bibliography
- Taxonomy and Knowledge Organization (PDF File - 215KB)
Taxonomy and Knowledge Organization (PowerPoint Slides)
- Resources for Taxonomy Creation and Content Management
- Searchtools.com Tools to create taxonomies, browsable directories and classifying documents
To join the working group please email [email protected].
Last Updated: 10/31/2016