Library Trends 63 (3) Winter 2015: Exploring Philosophies of Information [Restricted]

 

Library Trends 63 (3) Winter 2015: Exploring Philosophies of Information [Restricted]. Edited by Ken Herold.

Where the life-cycle model is tired and shopworn is in its over application to things. The collective memory in real time does not equate to instant agreement, nor to total uniformity. We mean to unify our informational lives through tolerance, equal access, and equal opportunity in line with existing library values. We require an interfacial literacy concomitant with what we perceive as new understandings of those values. The following essays speak to a thriving world community of interest in expounding the philosophical aspects of information from, for, and within library and information science.


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