Brief history of information science

@article{Herner1984BriefHO,
  title={Brief history of information science},
  author={Saul Herner},
  journal={JASIS},
  year={1984},
  volume={35},
  pages={157-163}
}
Information science is the product of convergences of library science, computer and punched card science, R & D documentation, abstracting and indexing, communications science, behavioral science, micro‐ and macro‐publishing, video and optical science, and various other fields and disciplines. The role and contribution of each participating segment is reflected in certain basic and seminal writings, in the work of “major actors” in the field, and in major events or developments. These… CONTINUE READING

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