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Information Science

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This interdisciplinary resource on information management covers storing and transferring information, and how information is organized, accessed, interpreted, distributed, and used. It includes the subjects of computer science, library science, artificial intelligence, engineering, linguistics, psychology, mathematics of programming, and the theory of problem solving. Readers learn about documentation, cataloging and classification, and archives and record management. Information research and publishing, as well as digital technologies and libraries, are explored. With the explosion in data processing technology and its use by individuals, companies, and academic institutions, the need for organizing and managing information and systems today has never been more vital.

Series: The Study of Science II

Interest Level: Grades 7-12

Guided Reading Level:  Z

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ISBN: 9781680482331 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2017

Pages:  144


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