Geschichten und Ereignisse – Aufsätze zum historischen Kontext der Informationswissenschaft

In der neuen Ausgabe (Vol.36, No. 2) vom Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology finden sich vier interessante Beiträge zum historischen Kontext der Informationswissenschaft:

  • Narratives, Facts and Events in the Foundations of Information Science by Michael Buckland
  • From Facts to Judgments: Theorizing History for Information Science by Ryan Shaw
  • Facts and Frameworks in Paul Otlet’s and Julius Otto Kaiser’s Theories of Knowledge Organization by Thomas M. Dousa
  • Events as a Structuring Device in Biographical Mark-up and Metadata by Michael Buckland and Michele Renee Ramos