The University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences announces the Arlene G. Taylor Lecture for Wednesday November 7, 2012


Arlene G. Taylor, author of the text, The Organization of Information used for our 520 class, will be on campus presenting a lecture on Wednesday, November 7th.  Her lecture is titled, “Controlled Vocabulary in the Age of Google?  Really?”


A light lunch will be provided to those arriving at 11:30 am.  The lecture will begin at 12:15 pm in the Scripps Convergence Lab Theater.


Off campus students and alumni are welcome to join us via Blackboard Collaborate.  For instructions on how to join and reserve your connection, please RSVP to Cindy Lancaster at [log in to unmask]. RSVP no later than Monday November 5, 2012 to join this lecture via Blackboard Collaborate.


“Dr. Taylor is a giant in our profession.  Having her available for our students, faculty and alumni is an honor and a unique opportunity for any library and information science professional to develop their knowledge,” said Dr. Ed Cortez, Professor and Director of the School of Information Sciences at UTK. 


For more details about Dr. Taylor and the lecture, please visit



Donna A. Silvey

Communications Specialist

The University of Tennessee

College of Communication & Information

School of Information Sciences

451 Communications Bldg.

1345 Circle Park Drive

Knoxville, TN  37996-0341


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