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Flynn, Roger.

An introduction to information science / Roger R. Flynn. - New York: CRC Press, 1986. - 808 p. ; - Books in library and information science series. .


This superb text for undergraduate and introductory graduate courses in information science comprises an ideal introduction to information as an ``external commodity";a data base that can be manipulated, retrieved, transmitted, and used. It shows students how to solve questions by utilizing data as a means of efficient action, a skill applicable to virtually every discipline.


Library & information sciences.
Information science.
Library science.
Information Science (General)
Language Arts & Disciplines.
Language Arts & Disciplines / Library & Information Science.
Library & Information Science.
Library & Information Science - General.

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