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INFORMATION SCIENCE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Information Science"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Information science is primarily concerned with the structure, creation, management, storage, retrieval, dissemination and transfer of information.
  2. Information science is often (mistakenly) considered a branch of computer science.
  3. Library and Information Science (LIS) is the study of issues related to libraries.
  4. In library and information science, a book is called a monograph to distinguish it from serial publications such as magazines, journals or newspapers.
  5. Library and Information Science is a hybrid academic field that grew from library schools' fight for survival in the electronic age.

Research

  1. ALISE - Association for Library and Information Science Education - Focus on research, teaching, and service for library and information science education.

Glossary

  1. Glossary of library and information science.

Computer

  1. CiteSeer - autonomous citation indexing for computer and information science.
  2. Elliot Koffman is a professor of computer and information science at Temple University.

Computing

  1. Since 2001, he has been a professor of Physics and Computing & Information Science at Cornell University.

Databases

  1. Information science started as the foundation of scientific analysis of communication and databases.

Conceptions

  1. Problems inherent in vocabulary help explain the nature and history of conceptions of Library and Information Science.

Sciences

  1. There are many fields which claims to be "sciences" or "disciplines" which are difficult to distinguish from each other and from information science.

Study

  1. We encourage interdisciplinary work in the study of legal information, employing the insights of information science to improve the promulgation of law.

Masters Degree

  1. The Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) is the masters degree that is required for most professional librarian positions.

Research Reports

  1. Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA) indexes more than 600 periodicals, plus books, research reports and proceedings.

Linguistics

  1. Interdisciplinary research linking computer and information science, linguistics, mathematical logic, neuroscience, philosophy and psychology.

Related Disciplines

  1. HCC students may have backgrounds in any of the above areas, as well as other related disciplines, such as anthropology, information science and sociology.

Technology

  1. The Theoretical Foundations (TF) program supports basic research into the central issues underlying computer and information science and technology.

Information Technology

  1. Information theory This article is not to be confused with library and information science or information technology.

Separate Pieces

  1. The term "Library and Information Science" should not be broken into these separate pieces.

Increasing Rate

  1. Information explosion In Library and Information Science, information explosion is a term used for the ever increasing rate of publication.

Computational Linguistics

  1. Faculty in computational linguistics often hold joint positions in Linguistics and Computer and Information Science.

Librarians

  1. An absolute must-have for faculty and students of library and information science, cataloging professionals, and librarians.

Field

  1. While bibliometric methods are most often used in the field of library and information science, bibliometrics have wide applications in other areas.
  2. The leading journals of the field are Scientometrics and the Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology.

Bioinformatics

  1. Information science has been applied to biology to produce the field called bioinformatics.

University

  1. The primary degree granting institution for library and archival preservation is the University of Texas at Austin's School of Information Science.
  2. Glossary of library terminology designed as a reference resource for library and information science professionals, university, library and general readers.

Computer Engineering

  1. Computing includes computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, information technology, information science, and information systems.

Scientific Journals

  1. An acknowledgment index is a parameter used in Library and information science to quantify acknowledgements in scientific journals.

Monograph

  1. In library and information science, a monograph is a nonserial publication complete in one volume or a finite number of volumes.

Informatics

  1. However, informatics in English is not directly synonymous with computer science; it is actually more equivalent with information science.
  2. Some people note that much of what is called "Informatics" today was once called "Information Science" at least in fields such as Medical Informatics.

Library

  1. EPSS InfoSite ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology - dedicated to the areas of library and information science and educational technology.
  2. Library and information science – Informatics in libraries.
  3. Weech, T. L. (1994). The teaching of economics of information in schools of library and information science in the US-a preliminary analysis.

Information Science

  1. Information Science or Informatics is the science of information.
  2. Library science or library and information science (abbreviated LIS) is the study of issues related to libraries and the information fields.
  3. This book is a wonderful addition for cataloging professionals, students and faculty of library and information science, and librarians.

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