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Title: Structural and Conceptual Changes in the Information Landscape: The New Challenges for Information Professionals
Authors: Saji, Gopinath
Keywords: Information Management
Knowledge Management
Information Repositories
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: MANLIBNET 2005
Abstract: The information space has witnessed phenomenal changes in the last few years. The fast growth of information repositories and trend towards protocol standardisation had completely revised even the conceptual frame work of the ubiquitous platform of internet. In the application domain, need for systems that mine out knowledge from the distributed data and information resources, revealing the hidden footprints in the seemingly unrelated resources is on the rise. The developmental philosophy of the information/knowledge repositories is moving from proprietary standards to the open standards, leading to several issues on the long term management of such systems. All these developments, happening at a rapid pace is posing newer challenges to the information professional involved in the design, development, deployment and management of the information repositories in the cyber space. This paper provides an overview of the developments happening in this area and focuses on the new is...
Description: 7th MANLIBNET ANNUAL NATIONAL CONVENTION on Digital Libraries in Knowledge Management: Opportunities for Management Libraries, at Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, May 5-7, 2005
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2259/251
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