Bulletin

 

Bulletin

The Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology is a bi-monthly news magazine packed with developments and issues affecting the field, pragmatic management reports, opinion, and news of people and events in the information science community.

BulletinThis Issue
August/September 2011
Vol. 37, No. 6
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  SPECIAL SECTION 
 
Practicing Information Architecture - What's in It for You?
by Thom Haller, guest editor of special section

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An Information Architecture Story:  Reshaping www.plainlanguage.gov to Meet Changed Needs
by
Thom Haller

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Exploring the Taxonomy Underlying www.plainlanguage.gov
by John Heffernan

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Persuasive Design:  Putting It to Use
by
John Whalen

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Socially Enabled Information Structure:  Understanding the Help 2.0 Revolution
by Scott Abel

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Defining the Search Experience
by Marianne Sweeney
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From Tsunami to Rising Tide:  How to Plan for a Successful Information Architecture Strategy
by Nathaniel Davis

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  FEATURES
 
Data Management as Bibliography
by Michael Buckland
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Biodiversity Informatics
by P. Bryan Heidorn
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  DEPARTMENTS
 
President's Page
by Linda C. Smith
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Editor's Desktop
by Irene Travis

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Inside ASIS&T

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