Information Spaces: The Architecture of Cyberspace

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Information Spaces: The Architecture of Cyberspace is aimed at students taking information management as a minor in their course as well as those who manage document collections but who are not professional librarians. The first part of this book looks at how users find documents and the problems they have; the second part discusses how to manage the information space using various tools such as classification and controlled vocabularies. It also explores the general issues of publishing, including legal considerations, as ...

Information Spaces: The Architecture of Cyberspace 2002, Springer, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781852335502

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