THE INFORMATION SUB-DISCIPLINES

 

Disciplines of the Cultural Record ..

 

....The Sciences of Information

 

Reading interests Information policy/law Information behavior Library automation Information retrieval

Art librarianship Library special collections & manuscripts Management information systems Database mgmt systems

Theological librarianship Business records management Information architecture

Information arts Semiotics Government archives Business archives Science/engineering librarianship

Publishing studies Diplomatics Government records management Electronic publishing

Digital asset management College and academic libraries Special libraries Digital libraries

Social epistemology Genealogical archives Social science data archives Technical writing

Film and broadcast archives Business process management Sound and audio archives Data mining

Art museums Historical and archaeological museums Natural history museums Science museums

Analytical bibliography Site museums and monuments Museum visitor studies Biblio-/Webo-/Sciento-metrics

Cultural informatics Social informatics HCI for info systems Grid storage of data

Museum informatics Legal informatics Business informatics Bioinformatics Geoinformatics

Digital humanities Security informatics Medical/health informatics Chemical informatics

 

Arts Humanities Social and Behavioral Sciences Natural Sciences & Math

 

 

THE SPECTRUM OF THE TRADITIONAL DISCIPLINES

 

 

Figure 2. The Information Sub-disciplines