Category:Introduction to Library and Information Science

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  1. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Library Cooperation
  2. Introduction to Library and Information Science/LSSC alignment
  3. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Print version
  4. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Information Seeking
  5. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Learning More: Free LIS Resources
  6. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Transcending Boundaries: Global Issues and Trends
  7. Introduction to Library and Information Science/List of Contributors
  8. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Information Organization
  9. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Local Style Guide
  10. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Contextualizing Libraries: Their History and Place in the Wider Information Infrastructure
  1. Introduction to Library and Information Science
  2. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Annotation of Saracevic, T. "Relevance: A Review of and a Framework for the Thinking on the Notion of Information Science."
  3. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Chapter 6. Information Organization
  4. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Annotation of Huesmann, L. Rowell. "Psychological Processes Promoting the Relation Between Exposure to Media Violence and Aggressive Behavior by the Viewer"
  5. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Annotation of Lankes, R David. "The Foundations of Digital Reference."
  6. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Annotation of McInerney, Claire. "Knowledge Management and the Dynamic Nature of Knowledge"
  7. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Annotation of Dowlin, Kenneth E. “Access to Information: A Human Right?” Bowker Annual 32 (1987): 64-68.
  8. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Annotation of De Gennaro, Richard. "Technology and Access in an Enterprise Society"
  9. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Swan, John. “Untruth or Consequences.” Library Journal 111 (July 1, 1986): 44-52.
  10. Introduction to Library and Information Science/Annotation of Blanke, Henry T. "Librarianship and Political Values: Neutrality or Commitment?"

The following 37 pages are in this category, out of 37 total.

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