Rozwój teorii transferu informacji: rewolucja czy ewolucja?


  • Karen R. Diller Washington State University Vancouver
  • LeGrand Noel Olsen Washington State University Vancouver

Słowa kluczowe:

teoria informacji, transfer informacji, informacja naukowa


Artykuł skupia się na teorii przepływu informacji. Przeprowadzenie analizy miało słu­żyć adaptacji nauk o informacji i bibliotekoznawstwa do technologii Web 2.0, w taki sposób, by umożliwić sprostanie wyzwaniom XXI w.


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