Introduction to Information Science and Technology
Edited by Charles H. Davis and Debora Shaw
This guide to information science and technology—the product of a unique scholarly collaboration—presents a clear, concise, and approachable account of the fundamental issues, with appropriate historical background and theoretical background. Topics covered include information needs, seeking, and use; representation and organization of information; computers and networks; structured information systems; information systems applications; users’ perspectives in information systems; social informatics; communication using information technologies; information policy; and the information profession
July 2011/352 pp/softbound/978-1-57387-423-6
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