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Knowledge and Communication: Essays on the Information Chain

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This collection of essays examines the information chain from author/creator to user. It considers whether each group in that chain - publishers, librarians, information scientists and teachers, has an identifiable viewpoint on the nature of knowledge and its transmittal. The contributors also consider whether the growth of artificial information and knowledge engineering will change the outlook of various information-handling groups. The essays provide a basis for a consideration of the information suppliers' implicit or explicit policy towards knowledge acquisition by their clients.

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