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ARIST Volume 28: Annual Review of Information Science and Technology
edited by Martha E. Williams

 

 

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Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) is one of the most important and  indispensable annuals for the information science and technology professional.

Since 1966, ARIST has been continuously at the cutting edge in contributing a useful and comprehensive view of information science and technology. ARIST reviews numerous topics within the field and ultimately provides an annual source of ideas, trends, and references to the literature.

This edition of ARIST covers eight topics as follows:

    I. Planning Information Systems and Services

            Social Intelligence
            By Blaise Cronin and Elisabeth Davenport

            Electronic U.S. Government Information: Policy Issues
            and Directions
            By Peter Hernon and Charles R. McClure

            Information Gatekeepers
           
    By Cheryl Metoyer-Duran

        II. Basic Techniques and Technologies

            Speech Synthesis and Speech Recognition: Tomorrow's
            Human-Computer Interface?

            By Holley R. Lange

            Virtual Reality
            By Gregory B. Newby

            Browsing: A Multidimensional Framework
          
    By Shan-Ju Chang and Ronald E. Rice

    III Applications

            Environmental Scanning: Acquisition and Use of
            Information by Managers
            By Chun Wei, Choo and Ethel Auster

        IV The Profession

                  Human Resource Management in Library and
                  Information Services
                
By Maurice B. Line and Margaret Kinnell

                  Library and Information Science in the United Kingdom
                
By Jennifer MacDougall  and Michael Brittain

ARIST is scholarly, thorough within the scope defined by the chapter author, up-to-date, well written, and readable by an audience that goes beyond the author's immediate peer group to researchers and practitioners in information science and technology in general and ASIS in particular.

ARIST Volume 28: Annual Review of Information Science and Technology
1993, 493 pages, Hardbound
ISBN: 0-938734-75-X


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