Handbook of Research on Knowledge and Organization Systems in Library and Information Science
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Handbook of Research on Knowledge and Organization Systems in Library and Information Science

Barbara Jane Holland (Brooklyn Public Library, USA)
Pages: 450
ISBN13: 9781799872580|ISBN10: 1799872580|EISBN13: 9781799872597|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7258-0

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With the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, libraries are changing in response to changes in the learning and research environment and changes in the behavior of library users. The changes are evolutionary. Libraries are adding new, digital resources and services while maintaining most of the old, traditional resources and services. Libraries are changing in response to changes in the learning and research environment and changes in the behavior of library users. New areas of research and inquiry in the field of library and information science explore the application of Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and other technologies to serve the library community.

This book examines library and Information science, technology, and their changing roles. It provides a global perspective and research on current and future trends concerning library and Information Science and Technology. A layperson may view the Library and Information science profession as one that is slowly phasing out. This book will show otherwise.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Born and raised in New York City, beginning from my youth and extending to adulthood there has been an ongoing quest for knowledge and information stemming from a variety of disciplines.. I received my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the City College Of New York. After discovering profound interest several disciplines, I decided to embark on a journey of Library and Information Studies. I eventually obtained a masters degree in Library Science from Queens College of New York. I currently work at the Brooklyn Public Library as a Senior Librarian. Now counting it has been fourteen years. My quest for knowledge and information continues to be ongoing. I have presented at the Georgia Conference On Information Literacy, and the Brooklyn Reading Council. Previous works includes a chapter titled “On the Demands of Mobile Technology and Virtual Collection Development: A Case Study.” Published in the International Journal of Digital Library Systems (IJDLS). I also continue to keep up with and write about the latest technological trends on my weblog. New trends develop and happen every moment across the globe. As a librarian and Information Professional it is imperative to keep up with library research and technological trends trends and provide the information on an ongoing basis. I can truly say my profession never gets boring.