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Concerned

with computing, algorithms and information technologies (p.2)

Concerned

with information recorded in documents, with meaning and knowledge. (librarianship and documentation). (p.2)

Concerned

with recordable information and knowledge, and the technologies and related services that facilitate their management and use. (p.2)



Deal

with the effective collections, storage, retrieval and use of information (p.2)

Focus

on the communication chain of recorded information: creation, dissemination, indexing, retrieval, use, archiving, disposal. (p.3)

What kind of discipline...

meta-science; inter-science; postmodern science; interface science; superior science; rhetorical science; nomad science; interdisciplinary subject; ; knowledge science; (p.4)

Topics and subjects:

human-computer interaction; information literacy; information management; documentation; library management; knowledge management; information organization; information society studies; bibliometrics; information seeking; information retrieval (p.5)

Makes the information science unique (p.8)

The communication chain

During 1950s «Jason Farradane» (p.8)

First became known as discipline

The establishment of a new discipline

The need to deal with the ' information explosion' , the very rapid expansion in publications of all kinds dealing particularly with scientific and technical information (p.10)