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Library Science Abstracts

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ISBN : UOM:39015036914466
Genre : Bibliography of bibliographies
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Category: Bibliography of bibliographies

Reference And Information Services

Author : Kay Ann Cassell
ISBN : 9781555708597
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 56.48 MB
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Search skills of today bear little resemblance to searches through print publications. Reference service has become much more complex than in the past, and is in a constant state of flux. Learning the skill sets of a worthy reference librarian can be challenging, unending, rewarding, and-- yes, fun.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Library And Information Science Trends And Research

Author : Amanda Spink
ISBN : 9781780524719
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book draws out and examines the trends in education and research in the field of library and information science (LIS) in the vast Asia-Oceania region. Information is an important part of the human condition and critical to the development of the Asia-Oceania region. The book is timely, therefore, as the region continues to grow and develop.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Library And Information Science

Author : D.K. Pandey
ISBN : 8126901810
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Once In Decade A Book Is Designed And Published, Mastering Which, Readers May Feel Master Of The Subject. With The Vast Experience Of Library Science And Its Management, The Author Presents Such A Book Which Is Complete In Its Aspects And Approach. It Covers The Course Prescribed In The University Grants Commission For The Net Examination For Library Science In Particular And Other Subjects Like General Studies And Other Information In General, In A Comprehensive Yet Brief Format.The Book Is Also Helpful In Various Entrance Examinations For The Post Of Librarian In J.N.V., K.V. And Other Government Organisations With Lucidity Of Narration, Examples Of Multifacet, Analytical Presentation, Integral Approach To The Problem Solving Matters And Actual Questions Asked In The Ugc-Net Examination. It Contains More Than 2500 Solved Questions Of The Last One Decade, I.E., 1991-2000. It Is An Ideal Book For The Library Science Aspirants Of The Ugc-Net Examination. Comprehensive Guidance Is Another Feature Of The Book Which Acts As A Catalyst For Those Aspirants Who Wish To Come Out With Flying Colour In Qualifying Ugc-Net Examination.
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Introduction To The Library And Information Professions 2nd Edition

Author : Roger C. Greer
ISBN : 9781610691581
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This comprehensive book prepares readers for a changing profession in the library and information field, presenting a holistic approach that examines theories and models and utilizes creative problem-solving strategies. • Provides a current, detailed, and creative introduction to the library and information profession for students in LIS programs as well as practicing professionals seeking continuing education • Presents a framework for thinking about the library and information profession through thoughtful models and theories, which place it in the context of general service professions in society • Builds upon the works of such professional luminaries as Pierce Butler, Verner Clapp, Ralph Shaw, and Jesse Shera to create expanded theories and updated models
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Consumer Health Informatics

Author : Catherine Arnott Smith
ISBN : 9780429808890
Genre : Computers
File Size : 88.6 MB
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"An engaging introduction to an exciting multidisciplinary field where positive impact depends less on technology than on understanding and responding to human motivations, specific information needs, and life constraints." -- Betsy L. Humphreys, former Deputy Director, National Library of Medicine This is a book for people who want to design or promote information technology that helps people be more active and informed participants in their healthcare. Topics include patient portals, wearable devices, apps, websites, smart homes, and online communities focused on health. Consumer Healthcare Informatics: Enabling Digital Health for Everyone educates readers in the core concepts of consumer health informatics: participatory healthcare; health and e-health literacy; user-centered design; information retrieval and trusted information resources; and the ethical dimensions of health information and communication technologies. It presents the current state of knowledge and recent developments in the field of consumer health informatics. The discussions address tailoring information to key user groups, including patients, consumers, caregivers, parents, children and young adults, and older adults. For example, apps are considered as not just a rich consumer technology with the promise of empowered personal data management and connectedness to community and healthcare providers, but also a domain rife with concerns for effectiveness, privacy, and security, requiring both designer and user to engage in critical thinking around their choices. This book’s unique contribution to the field is its focus on the consumer and patient in the context of their everyday life outside the clinical setting. Discussion of tools and technologies is grounded in this perspective and in a context of real-world use and its implications for design. There is an emphasis on empowerment through participatory and people-centered care.
Category: Computers

Asis T Thesaurus Of Information Science Technology And Librarianship

Author : Alice Redmond-Neal
ISBN : 1573872431
Genre : Computers
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Recognized as the authoritative reference to the terminology of information science, technology, and librarianship, the updated and expanded third edition of the ASIST Thesaurus is an essential resource for indexers, researchers, scholars, students, and practitioners in the field. An optional CD-ROM includes the complete contents of the print thesaurus along with Data Harmony's Thesaurus Master software. In addition to powerful search and display features, the CD-ROM allows users to add, change, and delete terms, and to learn the fundamentals of thesaurus construction while exploring the professional vocabulary of library and information science and technology. -- Description.
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Indexing And Abstracting In Theory And Practice

Author : Frederick Wilfrid Lancaster
ISBN : UOM:39015027270886
Genre : Abstracting
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A textbook for a course in either an academic or a professional education program for librarians. Reviews the principles, practice, consistency, and quality of indexing; the types and functions of abstracts; natural language in informating retrieval; and the future of indexing and abstracting services. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Category: Abstracting

Marketing Library And Information Services

Author : Dinesh K. Gupta
ISBN : 3598117531
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 80.75 MB
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The marketing of library services is an essential agenda item for almost all kinds of libraries all over the world. In this volume 47 experts from 20 countries address the issue through 40 articles. The bundling of dozens of contributions from a truly international group of librarians, presented in this book, provides a broad spectrum on the topic. This book will thus prove immensely useful, helping both working librarians and future librarians to understand vital issues relating to the marketing of library and information services at the local, national and international level. The book is divided into the following six sections: Marketing concept: a changing perspective; Marketing in libraries around the world; Role of library associations; Education, training and research; Excellence in marketing; Databases and other marketing literature.
Category: Business & Economics

Introduction To Indexing And Abstracting

Author : Ana D Cleveland
ISBN : 9781610694766
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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While the basic tenets of indexing and abstracting remain the same as in previous decades, the evolution of information and communication technology in the 21st century necessarily changes many aspects of the use—and organization—of information in society. This fourth edition of Introduction to Indexing and Abstracting examines the primary tools for organizing information, addressing fundamental concepts such as the nature of information, the organization of information, vocabulary control, types of indexes and abstracts, evaluation of indexing, and the use of the latest technologies. The book presents information in four sections that covers topics in a logical, sequential order: Foundations, Applications, Techniques, and Professional Practice. A unique resource that covers all the areas of indexing and abstracting in the digital information age, this text will benefit practicing librarians and indexers, students of library and information science, and educators in the area of information organization, as well as those considering indexing and abstracting as a career option.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines