Information Architecture and Findability is Peter Morvilles contribution to the UX roadshow circuit. Boston, San Francisco, and Washington D.C. will all be Fall stops $695 US for the day for early registration (reasonable compared to IA Summit workshops, still spendy for students and folks out of work).
Of course, with PeterMo findability comes to the fore: “The biggest problem on todays web sites and intranets is findability”. Thats true more often than not, and the workshop looks like it provides good groundwork for up-and-coming findability specialists.
One of the challenges for people offering workshops is balancing depth with broad appeal. Id be interested to hear any thoughts from workshop alumni for Adaptive Path, Rosenfeld & Krug, or others was the workshop too general? Or was it too specialized or over the heads of attendees? [ia/ blogs]