This course will provide you with an understanding of how a.k.a.® is put together and how you can utilise a.k.a.® to build and publish a range of control tools such as taxonomies, thesauri, retention schedules, metadata registries etc. Topics covered in this session
Overview of a.k.a.® information architecture
You will gain an understanding of the functions of each of the 5 functionality modules in a.k.a.®
- Design Module
- Library Module
- Architect Module
- Exchange Modules
- Administrator Module
You will learn about the 6 design elements and how they work together
During this session, we will create an entity relationship model for a specific information governance control tool (such as a taxonomy or thesaurus).
Workflow in a.k.a.®
You will learn how to manage the workflow associated with building control tools. During this session we will walk through the design, build and exchange process for a specific control tool.
Reporting in a.k.a.®
You will learn about the range of report format available to you for outputting your control tools from a.k.a.®. During this session, we will create an online report for a specific control tool.
a.k.a.® Data Exchange
You will learn about the range of methods for ingesting data into a.k.a.® and exporting data from a.k.a.®. During this session, we will undertake a simple exchange of data with an external system which as MS OneDrive or SharePoint.
Duration: Half day
Mode of delivery: Computer based training for classroom and online delivery