Homage to Helen Brownson: Information science pioneer

@inproceedings{Jayroe2012HomageTH,
  title={Homage to Helen Brownson: Information science pioneer},
  author={Tina J. Jayroe},
  booktitle={ASIST},
  year={2012}
}
  • Tina J. Jayroe
  • Published in ASIST 2012
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Helen Brownson (1917– ) was a federal government employee from 1941–1970 and was responsible for many scientific events, technologies, and foundational aspects which fostered the transformation of the field of documentation into the field of information science. As Program Director for Scientific Documentation at the National Science Foundation’s Office of Scientific Information, Brownson published dozens of reports and articles pertaining to information-handling, scientific communication, and… CONTINUE READING

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