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Tag Archives: Luciano Floridi
Student Perspectives: Lockdown, and What the Digital World Cannot yet Replace
The Student Perspectives category collects posts written by current CityLIS students. In this post, Nina Byrom considers how Floridi’s theory of digital proxies has become a reality in the context of Covid-19 but also looks at how lockdown has revealed … Continue reading
Posted in Student Perspectives Tagged Covid-19, digital, infosphere, Luciano Floridi 1 Comment
Waves of Light – Colour as Information
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current CityLIS students. This post is written by Alexander Bell, and first appeared on his blog on September 16th 2018. Alexander considers how colour can be read as information and the … Continue reading
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#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
Posted in Student Perspectives Tagged ada lovelace, Ashurbanipal, blogging, Bodleian Library, British Museum, Carl Linnaeus, CityLIS, Claude Shannon, Conrad Gesner, Gabriel Naudé, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Henri La Fontaine, Information Science, Iraq, Johannes Gutenberg, Library and Information Science, Library Science, LIS, Luciano Floridi, Melvil Dewey, Michael Buckland, Nineveh, Oxford, Paul Otlet, Philosopy of Information, Richard de Bury, Suzanne Briet, Thomas Bodley, who's who 1 Comment