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Tag Archives: Henri La Fontaine
#CityLIS Student Perspectives: A who’s who of Library and Information Science by Thomas Ash
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. This post is by current #citylis student, Thomas Ash, and forms a most fantastic rundown of some of the most famous faces in Library and Information Science. *** … Continue reading
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#CityLIS Student Perspectives: Summer Reading – Siu Ah Hanna James on Cataloging the World by Alex Wright
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #CityLIS students. Current Information Science student Siu Ah Hanna James writes about a book she read in preparation for starting at City. *** While I was applying to CityLIS, I … Continue reading
Posted in Student Perspectives Tagged Alex Wright, Belgium, book reviews, classification, documentation, Henri La Fontaine, HG Wells, Paul Otlet, Reading, UDC, Universal Decimal Classification, Watson Davis Comments Off on #CityLIS Student Perspectives: Summer Reading – Siu Ah Hanna James on Cataloging the World by Alex Wright