Book Title: Organizing Information in Information Agencies
Book Description: In this text, you will investigate the "behind the scenes" work making information resources available, especially in online environments supported by information agencies and cultural heritage institutions. You will learn about how users are supported by these systems and will consider how best to address some of their complexities, including those resulting from the biases that all of us have.
- Subject: Library and Information Science/Organizaton of Information
- Level: College / Upper Division, Graduate / Professional
- Material Type: Full Course
- Authors: Heather Moulaison-Sandy and Felicity Dykas
- Provider: University of Missouri
- Provider Set: Canvas@MU
- Date Added: August 2020 (version 1.0)
- Date Last Revised: January 2021 (version 1.1)
- Course Design Support: Grace Seo
- Web Design: Tina Fox
- License: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
- Language: English
- Media Format: Text/HTML, Graphics/Photos, Video, Downloadable docs
- Recommended Reference (APA 7th): Moulaison-Sandy, H. & Dykas, F. (2021, fall). Organizing information in information agencies (version 1.3). Canvas@MU. https://courses.missouri.edu/ (Links to an external site.)
- Zotero Bibliography (Selected): https://www.zotero.org/groups/2697698/organizing_information_in_information_agencies/library (Links to an external site.)
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Library, archive and information management