|Library science and information science are two
closely related and often intersecting disciplines
that deal primarily with the organization and
retrieval of information.
Library science is an interdisciplinary social science incorporating the humanities, law and applied science and studying topics related to libraries; the collection, organization and dissemination of information resources; and the political economy of information. Library science has also historically included archival science, although a conceptual distinction between libraries and archives has evolved over time. [Adapted from Wikipedia]
|David L. Heiserman, Editor||
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