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CAIS/ACSI "98

Canadian Association for Information Science. Conference

CAIS/ACSI "98

information science at the dawn of the next millennium : proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science : travaux du 26th congres̀ annual de l"Association canadienne des sciences de l"information, 3-5 June 1998, Universite d"Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario

by Canadian Association for Information Science. Conference

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Published by Canadian Association for Information Science in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information science -- Congresses.,
  • Information services -- Congresses.,
  • Information retrieval -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesInformation science at the dawn of the next millenium
    Statementedited by Elaine G. Toms, D. Grant Campbell, and Judy Dunn ; technical assistance by David Spratley.
    ContributionsToms, Elaine., Dunn, Judy, 1946-, Campbell, D. Grant.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 448 p.
    Number of Pages448
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18460463M
    ISBN 100770380964

    CAIS/ASCI ' Information Science at the Dawn of the Next Millennium. 26th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Ottawa, Ontario: 3 June June E.G. Toms, D.G. Campbell, and J. Dunn. Canadian Association for Information Science. Nelson, M.J. (). What are the important variables in the.   Task as a Context of Information Seeking: An Investigation of Daily Life Tasks on the Web Task as a Context of Information Seeking: An Investigation of Daily Life Tasks on the Web Kim, Jeonghyun Introduction A mother-to-be anticipating the birth of her son is scanning boys' names in a baby name book. A man doing a project on Hawaii this summer is looking for some . Foreword. This book is a progress report on an international research program investigating the impact of information on development. In , when the idea was first broached of a systematic examination of the role and value of information in the development agenda, several colleagues voiced their doubts about the feasibility of such a task, but they still felt sufficiently intrigued by the. Course Outline and Readings Introduction to Course January 8th Module 1: Nature and Characteristics of Information and Knowledge Weeks 1 & 2: January 8th & 15th. Readings. Bates, Marcia. ”Information and Knowledge: An Evolutionary Framework for Information Science.”.


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The term ‘information world’ has been widely used by LIS scholars in a rather cursory manner. Building upon a range of existing concepts in LIS literature, and drawing on evidence from interviews of 40 people of different social statuses, this paper offers a redefinition of the ‘information worlds of individuals’ concept within the framework of three definitional elements: substance or Cited by: Jung-ran Park, Ph.D.

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