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Foundations of library and information science / Richard E. Rubin.

By: Rubin, Richard, 1949- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chicago : ALA Neal-Schuman, an imprint of the American Library Association, 2016Edition: Fourth edition.Description: xvii, 628 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780838913703.Subject(s): Information science -- United States | Library science -- United StatesDDC classification: 020.973
Contents:
The knowledge infrastructure -- From past to present : the history and mission of libraries -- The library as an institution : an organizational perspective -- Transforming the library : the impact and implications of technological change -- Library and information science : an evolving profession -- The organization of knowledge : techniques and issues -- Information science : a service perspective -- Information policy : stakeholders and agendas -- Intellectual freedom -- The values and ethics of library and information science -- Appendix A. Major library and information science associations and list of additional associations -- Appendix B. List of ALA-accredited programs -- Appendix C. Standards for accreditation of master's programs in library and information studies -- Appendix D. IFLA/UNESCO public library manifesto 1994.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The knowledge infrastructure -- From past to present : the history and mission of libraries -- The library as an institution : an organizational perspective -- Transforming the library : the impact and implications of technological change -- Library and information science : an evolving profession -- The organization of knowledge : techniques and issues -- Information science : a service perspective -- Information policy : stakeholders and agendas -- Intellectual freedom -- The values and ethics of library and information science -- Appendix A. Major library and information science associations and list of additional associations -- Appendix B. List of ALA-accredited programs -- Appendix C. Standards for accreditation of master's programs in library and information studies -- Appendix D. IFLA/UNESCO public library manifesto 1994.

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