The New Standard Text in Information 
Science & Technology

Coming this August from ASIS&T and Information Today, Inc.

Introduction to Information Science and Technology

Edited by Charles H. Davis and Debora Shaw

“A model of clarity, systematization, and sensible conceptual and theoretical simplification that should make it an indispensable textbook for students and information professionals alike.”
                      —W. Boyd Rayward, Graduate School of Library and
                                        Information Science, University of Illinois
Introduction to Information Science and Technology

This new guide to information science and technology—the product of a unique scholarly collaboration—presents a clear, concise, and approachable account of the fundamental issues, with appropriate historical and theoretical background.

Topics covered include information needs, seeking, and use; representation and organization of information; computers and networks; structured information systems; information systems applications; users’ perspectives in information systems; social informatics; communication using information technologies; information policy; and the information professions.

“[An] easy-to-read text compiled from ongoing scholarly discourse that will enhance students’ grasp of the extensive assortment of information science and technology concepts."
                                                                                          —Melanie J. Norton, author, Introductory
                                                                                 Concepts in Information Science


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