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2nd ed.
London : Facet Publishing, 2022.
1 online resource (416 pages)
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ISBN 9781783305261 (electronic bk.)
ISBN !9781783304950 (chyb.)
Print version: Bawden, David Introduction to Information Science London : Facet Publishing,c2022 ISBN 9781783304950
Endorsements -- Title page -- Contents -- Figures -- Preface -- Foreword - Curators of Semantic Capital -- List of Acronyms -- 1 The Information Science Discipline -- Introduction -- The nature of information science -- What kind of discipline? -- Constituents and core -- Overlaps with other information disciplines -- History of information science -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 2 History of Information: the Story of Documents -- Introduction -- Information ages? -- Prehistory and the ancient world -- The classical world -- The medieval world -- The age of print -- The age of mass communication -- The documentation age -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 3 Philosophies of Information -- Introduction -- Philosophy and its relevance to information science -- Philosophies of information -- Philosophies of knowledge -- Critical theory and media theory -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 4 Paradigms, Turns and Theories in the Information Sciences -- Introduction -- Paradigms and turns -- Theories -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 5 Information -- Introduction -- Information in computing and communications: Shannon theory -- Information in the physical world -- Information in the biological world -- Information in the social world -- Mind the gap: unified theories of information -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 6 Documents and Documentation -- Introduction -- Document theory -- Categorising and organising documents -- Collections -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 7 Domain Analysis -- Introduction -- Information domains -- Domain terminologies -- Domain analysis -- Examples of domains -- Domain-specialist information work -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 8 Information Organisation -- Introduction -- Fundamentals of information organisation -- Metadata -- Resource description.
Classification and categorisation -- Taxonomy and ontology -- Alphabetic vocabularies -- Creating subject metadata -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 9 Digital Technologies and Data Systems -- Introduction -- Digital technologies -- Networks -- Interfaces, interaction and information architecture -- Data systems -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 10 Information Systems -- Introduction -- Information systems -- Information retrieval, databases and discovery tools -- Library, repository and collection management systems -- Systems for digital scholarship -- Information systems for creativity and innovation -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 11 Informetrics -- Introduction -- Historical developments -- How much information is there? -- The main informetric laws -- Network analysis -- Applications of informetrics -- Summary -- Key readings -- 12 Information Behaviour -- Introduction -- Origins and development of information behaviour studies -- Methods for studying information behaviour -- Information behaviour concepts -- Theories and models of information behaviour -- Information behaviour of groups -- Individual differences and information styles -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 13 Communicating Information:Changing Contexts -- Introduction -- Information chains and lifecycles -- Communicating data -- Communicating knowledge -- Quality and ethical issues -- Information places and spaces -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 14 Information Management and Policy -- Introduction -- Information management: fundamentals and models -- Data management -- Document management and content management -- Library and repository management -- Memory institutions’ information management -- Archives and records management -- Knowledge management -- Business intelligence and environment scanning -- Collection management.
Information governance -- Information policies and strategies -- User needs analysis and information audit -- Valuing information and evaluating information services -- General management issues -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 15 Information Law and Ethics -- Introduction -- The legal and ethical context -- Information law -- Information ethics -- Ethics of informational privacy -- Legal and ethical implications of artificial intelligence -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 16 Information Society -- Introduction -- Understanding information society -- Information society infrastructures -- Social informatics -- Pathologies of the information society -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 17 Digital (Onlife) Literacies -- Introduction -- Why ’digital literacies’? -- A variety of literacies -- Contexts for digital literacies -- Evaluating information and avoiding mis- and disinformation -- Promoting digital literacies -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 18 Research in the Information Sciences -- Introduction -- Research and the practitioner -- Information research approaches -- Information research methods: general aspects -- Research methods (1): document-based research -- Research methods (2): experiment and observation -- Research methods (3): evaluation and design -- Research methods (4): surveys, interviews and Delphi -- Sampling, data analysis and statistics -- Research ethics -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- 19 The Future of the Information Sciences -- Introduction -- Predicting and prophesying -- Curating the infosphere -- The future of a multidiscipline -- The big issues -- Summary -- Key readings -- References -- Additional Resources -- Other textbooks -- Journals -- Abstracting and indexing services -- Reference sources -- Index.
The second edition of this definitive textbook provides an introduction to the library and information sciences, emphasising their philosophical, theoretical, and conceptual foundations. Updated to cover the changing information environment, it is suitable as a text for college and university students, for those beginning research, and for thoughtful practitioners..
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