LEARN: How, When, and Why to Break Up Enterprise Content

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Enterprise Knowledge

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Even if we don't want to be chunky, our content does.

There is content chunking that sees a content block as a structure of smaller content units of so that it can be rearranged, republished, and reformatted for different audiences across different platforms.

There is also semantic knowledge chunking that takes large documents and divides them into smaller documents for understanding, storage, and search accessibility. If you've ever had to scroll through a long PDF to find the one paragraph that has the answer you need, you see the need.

Whether you're a writer, overseeing a migration, curating, or reorganizing content collections, understanding the reasons, methods, and decision points in chunking large pieces of information is a key skill.

Chris Marino and Corinne Aherne are experts at knowledge management content chunking. They will show us how, when, and why to chunk content on a macro level, including sharing use cases from their own work. Come curious and leave equipped with the technological, process, and strategy considerations you need to segment content regardless of your content management system.

Chris Marino of Enterprise Knowledge is a knowledge management consultant with 14 years of experience specializing in enterprise search as well as knowledge management and content management systems. He enjoys listening to clients, understanding their unique challenges, and delivering high-quality solutions tailored to meet their needs.

Corinne Aherne, also from Enterprise Knowledge, is a content strategist and taxonomist with experience in both the commercial and federal spaces. She possesses a deep and practical knowledge of taxonomies, content types, and content management systems which she applies to designing solutions that show immediate value and impact to her clients.

6:30-7:00 Networking
7:00 – 7:30 Introductions
7:30 – 8:30 Enterprise Content Chunking Presentation & Discussion
8:30 – 8:45 Wrap up & Good-byes