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LIS 620: History, Concepts, and Research Opportunities: Week One

Introduction

This Guide was created to supplement the LIS 620 reading list. It includes links to fulltext journal articles when available and the location and availability of books.

Please note that other LIS 620 participating faculty may be adding additional readings that I don't know about or the professor made changes I don't know about.

Contact Linda Watkins for questions, corrections, new addition, etc.

Week One - Introduction

  1. Gilliland-Swetland, Anne.  Enduring Paradigm:  New Opportunities:  The Value of the Archival Perspective in the Digital Environment, Council on Library and Information Resources, 2000
  2. Erdelez, Sandra  (ed), Theories of Information Behavior, American Society for Information Science and Technology by Information Today, 2005.   [ZA3075 .T465 2005]
  3. Rubin, Richard E.  Foundations of Library and Information Science, Neal-Schman, 2004.  [Z665.2.U6 R83 2004]
  4. Bates, Marcia.  "An Introduction to Metatheories, Theories, and Models"   In: Theories of Information Behavior, ASIST, 2005.  [ZA3075 .T465 2005]

Other Readings

  1. Brookes. Bertram C. “Biblio-, Sciento-, Info-metrics? What Are We Talking About?” In Infometrics 89/90
  2. Buckland, Michel. Information as Thing.” JASIS 42 (1991): 351-6
  3. Bush, Vannevar. As We May Think,  Atlantic Monthy, July 1945