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American Society for Indexing series
- Marketing Your Indexing Services, Third Edition
Significantly revised and expanded, the third edition of ASI's bestselling guide to marketing for indexers includes nine new chapters covering an array of practical techniques and strategies.
ASIST Monograph series
- Covert and Overt: Recollecting and Connecting Intelligence Service and Information Science
This book explores the historical relationships between covert intelligence work and information/computer science.
- Digital Inclusion: Measuring the Impact of Information and Community Technology
In this important book, Michael Crandall and Karen E. Fisher and a dozen contributors provide a framework for thinking about the effects of community technology on digital inclusion and present concrete examples of the impact successful community technology providers have had on individual users, communities, and society as a whole.
- Editorial Peer Review: Its Strengths and Weaknesses
This important book is the first to provide an in-depth analysis of the peer review process in scholarly publishing.
- Evaluating Networked Information Services: Techniques, Policy, and Issues
Charles R. McClure, John Carlo Bertot, and their distinguished contributors report on a range of current initiatives and information policy issues, and offer practical guidance for anyone who needs to evaluate the usefulness, impact, cost, and effectiveness of networked information services and resources.
- Information and Emotion: The Emergent Affective Paradigm in Information Behavior Research and Theory
Information and Emotion introduces the new research areas of affective issues in information seeking and use, and the affective paradigm applied to information behavior in a variety of populations, cultures, and contexts.
- Information Management for the Intelligent Organization, Third Edition
The intelligent organization is one that is skilled at marshaling its information resources and capabilities, transforming information into knowledge, and using this knowledge to sustain and enhance its performance in a restless environment.
- Information Need: A Theory Connecting Information Search to Knowledge Formation
Charles Cole digs deep into the need that motivates people to search for information and articulates a theory of information need as the basis for designing information retrieval systems that engage the user's knowledge/belief system.
- Information Representation and Retrieval in the Digital Age, Second Edition
This second edition of Heting Chu’s popular work on information representation and retrieval features numerous updates and revisions, including coverage of taxonomies, folksonomies, ontologies, social tagging, search/retrieve web service, and next generation OPACs.
- Intelligent Technologies in Library and Information Service Applications
In this carefully researched monograph, authors Lancaster and Warner report on the applications of artificial intelligence technologies in library and information services, assessing their effectiveness, reviewing the relevant literature, and offering a clear-eyed forecast of future use and impact.
- International Perspectives on the History of Information Science and Technology: Proceedings of the ASIS&T 2012 Pre-Conference on the History of ASIS&T and Information Science and Technology
This volume presents the complete proceedings of the 2012 Pre-Conference on the History of ASIS&T and Information Science and Technology Worldwide, an event celebrating the 75th anniversary of ASIS&T.
- Introduction to Information Science and Technology
This guide to information science and technology—the product of a unique scholarly collaboration—presents a clear, concise, and approachable account of the fundamental issues, with appropriate historical background and theoretical background.
- Introductory Concepts in Information Science, Second Edition
In this updated and expanded edition of her widely read 2000 book, Melanie J. Norton presents a unique and carefully researched introduction to the practical and theoretical concepts of information science and examines the impact of the Information Age on society and its institutions.
- Knowledge Management for the Information Professional
Written from the perspective of the information community, this book examines the business community’s recent enthusiasm for “Knowledge Management.”
- Knowledge Management in Practice: Connections and Context
This book is the third entry in an ambitious, highly regarded KM book series edited by T. Kanti Srikantaiah and Michael E. D. Koenig.
- Knowledge Management Lessons Learned: What Works and What Doesn’t
The editorial team of Srikantaiah and Koenig continue their groundbreaking series with this important book, which surveys recent applications and innovations.
- Powering Search: The Role of Thesauri in New Information Environments
Here is a clear and comprehensive treatment of the role of thesauri in search user interfaces across a range of information search and retrieval systems.
- Statistical Methods for the Information Professional: A Practical, Painless Approach to Understanding, Using, and Interpreting Statistics
In this unique and useful book, Vaughan clearly explains the statistical methods used in information science research, focusing on basic logic rather than mathematical intricacies.
- The New Digital Scholar: Exploring and Enriching the Research and Writing Practices of NextGen Students
This book presents innovative thinking and groundbreaking research on the challenges NextGen students face with research-writing projects.
- The Web of Knowledge: A Festschrift in Honor of Eugene Garfield
This ASIST monograph is the first to comprehensively address the history, theory, and practical applications of citation analysis—a field which has grown from Garfield's seed of an idea—and to examine its impact on scholarly research forty years after its inception.
- Theories of Information Behavior
This unique book presents authoritative overviews of more than 70 conceptual frameworks for understanding how people seek, manage, share, and use information in different contexts.
Libraries and Information Technology
- The Accidental Law Librarian
As the law touches more and more of our daily lives while lawyers price their services out of the average person's range, the public increasingly turns to libraries for answers. Where can librarians turn? Okay, that one's easy—to The Accidental Law Librarian.
- The Embedded Librarian: Innovative Strategies for Taking Knowledge Where It's Needed
Here is the first comprehensive survey of the growing practice of "embedded librarianship"—a strategic model for placing information professionals into partnerships with the individuals and working groups that depend upon their knowledge and expertise.
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