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Series: ASIST Monograph Series

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ASIS & T Thesaurus of Information Science, Technology, And Librarianship (Asist Monograph Series) by Alice Redmond-Neal
Computerization Movements and Technology Diffusion: From Mainframes to Ubiquitous Computing by Margaret S. Elliott
Covert And Overt: Recollecting And Connecting Intelligence Service And Information Science (Asist Monograph Series) by Ben-Ami Lipetz
Digital Inclusion: Measuring the Impact of Information and Community Technology (Asist Monograph Series) by Michael Crandall
Editorial peer review : its strengths and weaknesses by Ann C. Weller
Electronic Publishing: Applications and Implications (Asis Monograph Series) by Elisabeth Logan
Evaluating Networked Information Services: Techniques, Policies, and Issues (Asist Monograph Series) by John Carlo Bertot
From Print to Electronic: The Transformation of Scientific Communication (Asis Monograph Series) by Susan Y. Crawford
Historical Information Science: An Emerging Unidiscipline by Lawrence J. McCrank
Historical Studies in Information Science (Asis Monograph Series) by Trudi Bellardo Hahn
The History and Heritage of Scientific and Technological Information Systems : proceedings of the 2002 conference by W. Boyd Rayward
History And Heritage Of Scientific And Technological Information Systems: Proceedings
Information and Emotion: The Emergent Affective Paradigm in Information Behavior Research and Theory by Diane Nahl
Information Management For The Intelligent Organization: The Art Of Scanning The Environment (Asis Monograph Series) by Chun Wei Choo
Information Representation and Retrieval in the Digital Age by Heting Chu
Intelligent Technologies in Library and Information Service Applications (Asis Monograph Series) by F. Wilfrid Lancaster
Introductory Concepts in Information Science by Melanie J. Norton
Knowledge Management for the Information Professional (Asis Monograph Series) by American Society for Information Science
Knowledge Management in Practice: Connections and Context (Asist Monograph) by Michael Koenig
Knowledge Management Lessons Learned: What Works and What Doesn't (Asis Monograph Series) by Michael E. D. Koenig
Knowledge Management: The Bibliography (Asist Monograph Series) by Paul R. Burden
Statistical Methods for the Information Professional: A Practical, Painless Approach to Understanding, Using, and Interpreting Statistics by Liwen Vaughan
Theories of Information Behavior by Karen E. Fisher
The Web of Knowledge : A Festschrift in Honor of Eugene Garfield (Asis Monograph Series) by Helen Barsky Atkins

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  1. Looking for Information: A Survey of Research on Information Seeking, Needs, and Behavior by Donald O. Case (2002)
  2. Seeking Meaning: A Process Approach to Library and Information Services by Carol Collier Kuhlthau (1993)
  3. Basic Research Methods for Librarians by Ronald R. Powell (1985)
  4. The Intellectual Foundation of Information Organization by Elaine Svenonius (2000)
  5. The Discipline of Organizing by Robert J. Glushko (2013)
  6. Research Methods in Information by Alison Jane Pickard (2007)
  7. Fundamentals of Information Studies: Understanding Information and Its Environment by June Lester (2003)
  8. The Organization of Information by Arlene G. Taylor (1999)
  9. Indexing and Abstracting in Theory and Practice by F. W. Lancaster (1991)
  10. Introduction to Information Science by David Bawden (2012)
  11. Knowledge and Knowing in Library and Information Science: A Philosophical Framework by John M. Budd (2001)
  12. The Subject Approach to Information by A. C. Foskett (1971)
  13. The Information Society: A Study of Continuity and Change by John Feather (1994)
  14. Foundations of Library and Information Science by Richard Rubin (1998)
  15. Introduction to Modern Information Retrieval, 3rd Edition by G. G. Chowdhurry (1999)

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