Organizing Knowledge

Organizing Knowledge : An Introduction to Managing Access to Information

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The fourth edition of this standard student text, "Organizing Knowledge", incorporates extensive revisions reflecting the increasing shift towards a networked and digital information environment, and its impact on documents, information, knowledge, users and managers.Offering a broad-based overview of the approaches and tools used in the structuring and dissemination of knowledge, it is written in an accessible style and well illustrated with figures and examples. The book has been structured into three parts and twelve chapters and has been thoroughly updated throughout.Part I discusses the nature, structuring and description of knowledge. Part II, with its five chapters, lies at the core of the book focusing as it does on access to information. Part III explores different types of knowledge organization systems and considers some of the management issues associated with such systems. Each chapter includes learning objectives, a chapter summary and a list of references for further reading.This is a key introductory text for undergraduate and postgraduate students of information management.

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  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 24mm | 598.74g
  • Ashgate Publishing Group
  • Ashgate Publishing Limited
  • AldershotUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 4th Revised edition
  • includes 91figures
  • 0754644316
  • 9780754644316
  • 206,850

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'...can be recommended for any library and information science collection...' Canadian Library Association '...deserves to retain its place as a key introductory textbook in this subject...' Aslib Program 'Organizing Knowledge is in its fourth edition for a good reason. The technology and systems surrounding the topic continue to evolve.' Library Management, Vol 30, No 3

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About Richard Hartley

Jennifer Rowley is Professor of Marketing and Information Management in the Bangor Business School at the University of Wales Bangor, UK. Richard Hartley is Professor of Information Science and Head of the Department of Information and Communications at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.

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