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Foundations of Library and Information Science


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Forward - Joseph Janes 1. The knowledge infrastructure 2. From past to present: the history and mission of libraries 3. The library as an institution 4. Transforming the library: the Impact and implications of technological change 5. Library and information science: an evolving profession 6. The organization of knowledge 7. Information science: a service perspective 8. Information policy: stakeholders and agendas 9. Intellectual freedom 10. The values and ethics of library and information science

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Richard E. Rubin served as Director of the School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University, Kent, Ohio from 1999-2010, and subsequently became Associate Provost for Extended (Online) Education at KSU until his retirement in 2013.. Dr Rubin is the author of numerous publications.

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