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    DescriptionThis is the essential textbook for students studying the information society. Covering every aspect of the new digital information environment from iPads and e-books to the future of information and how it will be controlled, this landmark textbook provides a comprehensive and cutting-edge guide to what's happening, why and how information professionals can have a pivotal role in this new landscape. Drawing on international case studies and current trends it explores the fundamental changes in the four core areas of information production, storage, distribution and consumption, grappling with cutting-edge issues such as: * key information trends in the last 15 years such as mass broadband * the rise of grass roots information production in social media, open access publishing and the storage of information in the cloud * how informal, digital methods of information distribution like RSS and webcasting are threatening traditional stakeholders like libraries, publishers and newspapers * the reconfiguration of the relationships between software, hardware and content creation companies * the need for a new information literacy and the pivotal role of the information professional. Readership: Students taking courses in library and information science, publishing and communication studies, with particular relevance to core modules exploring the information society. Academics and practitioners who need to get to grips with the new information environment.


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    Title
    Information 2.0
    Subtitle
    New Models of Information Production, Distribution and Consumption
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Martin de Saulles
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 160
    Width: 154 mm
    Height: 232 mm
    Thickness: 14 mm
    Weight: 259 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9781856047548
    ISBN 10: 1856047547
    Classifications

    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: S3.7
    BIC E4L: LIB
    BISAC V2.8: LAN025000
    BIC subject category V2: GLC
    DC23: 070.5797
    Thema V1.0: GLC
    Publisher
    Facet Publishing
    Imprint name
    Facet Publishing
    Publication date
    18 May 2012
    Publication City/Country
    London
    Author Information
    Dr Martin De Saulles is Head of the Division of Information Management and principal lecturer at the University of Brighton. He has worked in the information and technology sectors for 20 years as a researcher, analyst, entrepreneur, writer and academic
    Review quote
    "...an impressive book: the author's intention is admirable and he fulfils it successfully. Information 2.0 is a professional in every way - professionally written, professionally published, and well suited to a professional readership." -- Monographer's Blog "This textbook for students undertaking library and information management courses gives a good introduction to the current situation of web 2.0 and the impact it has on our profession." -- Managing Information "Overall, this book provides a succinct overview of the last 20 years of technological development and would be a suitable read for information science students or young professionals. It explores how the landscape has changed, what the driving factors are, and how this transformation has influenced information providers, creators and users." -- Journal of Librarianship and Information Science
    Table of contents
    1. Introduction 2. New models of information production 3. New models of information storage 4. New models of information distribution 5. New models of information consumption 6. Conclusion.