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Evolving Global Information Infrastructure and Information Transfer

by Robert J. Grover

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A decent book that talks about the quickly changing world of information and its use and its delivery. It presents a great view of the way information infrastructure exists today, and predicts how it will be in the future, looking carefully at various issues like institutions, people, processes, etc. that will impact its future. Digital creation of information is well explained and shown with commentary. A chapter on emerging trends is especially interesting. More could be said here about the collaborative nature of the future of information. The morphing role of information specialist is explored both as it was historically and how it will be in the future. A scholarly book to read, well informed and well documented. Good index. Best read and thought about carefully as it tends to overwhelm the practitioner with ideas. Recommended.
  BettyM | May 13, 2015 |
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