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#CityLIS Student Perspectives: The benefits of volunteering – an insight into my experience working with ISKO UK
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current CityLIS students. This post is by current CityLIS student, Sharon Stewart, and reflects on her volunteering experiences while studying. *** This post is primarily aimed at fellow #CityLIS students but may … Continue reading
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#citylis Reflections and Reasearch: “A point along a line”: the future of knowledge organization by David Bawden
This #citylis Reflections and Research is a slightly amended copy of a letter published in a special issue of ‘Knowledge Organization’ (issue 3 of volume 43, 2016), devoted to developments in thesauri and other formal vocabularies. The editors of the … Continue reading
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