Books and Book Chapters

Tennis, J. T. (2016). Conceptual Provenance in Indexing Languages. In Victoria Lemieux (Ed.), Building Trust in Information: Perspectives on the Frontiers of Provenance, 93-99. Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics (IEEE).

Tennis, J. T. (2015). Metadata Application Profiles. In Luciana Duranti and Patricia Franks (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Archival Concepts, Principles, and Practices.

Tennis, J. T. (2015). The Memory of What Is: Ontogenic Analysis and its Relationship to Ontological Concerns in Knowledge Organization. In Richard Smiraglia (Ed.), Ontology in Knowledge Organization, 161-166. Ergon.

Journal Articles

Tennis, J. T. (2016). Methodological Challenges in Scheme Versioning and Subject Ontogeny Research. In Knowledge Organization, 43 (8) , 573-580.

Tennis, J. T. (2015). Foundational, First-Order, and Second-Order Classification Theory. In Knowledge Organization, 42 (4) , 244-249.

Lee, J., Tennis, J. T., Clarke, R., & Carpenter, M. (2013). Developing a video game metadata schema for the Seattle Interactive Media Museum. In International Journal on Digital Libraries, 13 (2) , 105-117.

Good, B. M., & Tennis, J. T. (2009). Term Based Comparison Metrics for Controlled and Uncontrolled Indexing Languages. In Information Research, 14 (1) ,

Tennis, J. T., & Sutton, S. (2008). Extending the Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS) for Concept Management in Vocabulary Development Applications. In Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 59 (1) , 25-37.

Conference Contributions

Tennis, J. T. (2016). Structure of Classification Theory: On Foundational and the Higher Layers of Classification Theory. In J.A.C. Guimarães, S.O. Milani, & V. Dodobei (Ed.), Advances in Knowledge Organization, 15, 84-87.

Tennis, J. T. (2015). Archival Metadata for Digital Cultural Heritage: Conceptual Provenance, Contextual Forensics, and the Authority of the Found Digital Object. In Proceedings of the Digital Cultural Heritage 2015 Conference, 399-402.

Tennis, J. T. (2015). Epistemic, Ontic, Axiologic, and Praxic Constructs in Knowledge Organization Research. In J. A. C. Guimarães and V. Dodebei (Ed.), Organização do Conhecimento e Diversidade Cultural. Estudos Avançados em Organização do Conhecimento. 2015 ISKO-Brazil Conference, 3, 21-29. ISKO Brazil.

Tennis, J. T. (2015). Foundational, First-Order, and Second-Order Classification Theory. In Proceedings of the 2015 North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization.

Tennis, J. T. (2015). Words and Emotional Work: Classification Theory’s Constructs Useful for the Analysis of Social Media Data in Terms of Gender, Race, and Sexuality. In Oliver Haimson (Ed.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Exploring Gender, Race, and Sexuality through Social Media Data.

Tennis, J. T. (2014). Description and Différance: Archives, Libraries, and Museum Descriptive Traditions and their Educational Communities and Cultures. In Proceedings of the ASIST Annual Meeting.

Tennis, J. T. (2014). Load Bearing or Levittown? The Edifice Metaphor in Conceptualizing the Ethos of Classification Work. In Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference on Knowledge Organization: Advances in Knowledge Organization, 14, 222-227.

Tennis, J. T. (2014). Rubrics of Authenticity in the Cloud: Metadata, Description, Documentation, and Discussion. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Archives.

Crandall, M., Tennis, J. T., Sutton, S., Talley, D., & Baker, T. (2013). Learning Linked Data for Educators.

Tennis, J. T. (2012). Data, Documents, and Memory: A Taxonomy of Sources in Relation to Digital Preservation Metadata. In Luciana Duranti (Ed.), UNESCO Conference on Memory of the World in the Digital Age: Digitization and Preservation. UNESCO.

Lee, J., Tennis, J. T., & Clarke, R. (2012). Domain analysis for a video game metadata schema: issues and challenges. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries 2012, 7489, 280-285.

Tennis, J. T. On Operationalization and Evaluation of Epistemic and Ontological Claims to Knowledge Organization. In Melissa Adler (Ed.), Advances in Classification Research, 26,