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Learning about Content Management

--- Originally published on the Adaptive Path Blog ---

I received an email the other day asking me about resources I would recommend for someone who is interested in learning more about writing for the web and the science of content management. I did a quick browse through my bookmarks and came up with these starting points. I like these resources because they are good aggregators of content, a way to keep on top of trends, or are communities to get involved with.

CMS Watch [ ] is a great place to learn about the industry, what products are out there, trends and what not. There's a lot of good stuff in their information architecture section, even if IA isn't directly in your realm of control.

The Content Wrangler [ ] is also a great source for news in the industry, as well as collected articles published elsewhere. They also have a great list of upcoming conferences and events.

There is also the CMS Pros [ ] which is an organization focused on content management.

The Information Architecture Institute [ ] has a library of resources -- both online, books, presentations, and blogs -- that cover CMS and writing for the web. If you become a member (it's not that expensive) you get access to their great mailing list of professionals all over the globe.

Boxes and Arrows [ ] is an online publication that focuses on information architecture and the user experience. There are a number of articles on CMS, and how content can be better created and organized on the web.

Passing of the Reins

I know I said I was going to post here about practices and methods and all I've been doing is posting about events lately. Well, that's cause there is a lot going on. I've been reading some interesting stuff over at InfoDesign via their RSS feeds. But I haven't had a chance to think upon what they've shared yet. So, until then here's more events info.

I will be running the Adaptive Path CMS workshop in April. It's called Making Your CMS Work for You and will be held on April 27th here in San Francisco at the AP office. I'll be updating and overhauling the workshop based upon from when Jeff and Peterme used to lead it. Use the code FOCF when you register and save 15% off the cover price.

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