A New Model of Information Architecture Associated With Multimodality for Training High Performance Professionals

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This paper proposes an information architecture model to meet the information needs of high performance professionals.

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Roberto Cotta Orlandi, Tomás; Gottschalg-Duque, Claudio; Mori, Alexandre & Gonçalves Bernando, Claudio November 9, 2018.

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Abstract: This poster proposes an Information Architecture model, associated with Multimodality, applied into informational spaces, towards to meet the information needs of high performance professionals. The permanent training of professionals in any area of knowledge is a challenge to be achieved today. It is no different with high-performing professionals, they must master a wide range of disciplines ranging from human relationships to the domain of enterprise risk management, and the multimodality applied in professional training can help the reach of the learner's information needs. This research shows a model that applies the concepts of information architecture, informational spaces and multimodality as a proposal to meet these professionals’ demands. The proposed model captures some of the key concepts of information architecture models, multimodality, relevance theory, gamification and user experience, applied in informational spaces for professional training to provide a significant help for learner's information needs, for a better performance of daily technical and managerial activities.

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  • 14th International Conference on Knowledge Management, November 9-10, 2018. Vancouver, Canada.

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Roberto Cotta Orlandi, Tomás; Gottschalg-Duque, Claudio; Mori, Alexandre & Gonçalves Bernando, Claudio. A New Model of Information Architecture Associated With Multimodality for Training High Performance Professionals, paper, November 9, 2018; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1393846/: accessed May 26, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Information.

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