Successful information access in the digital information age requires robust systems of indexing and abstracting. This book provides a complete introduction to the subject that covers the many recent changes in the field. * Supplies current and extensive coverage of the field of indexing and abstracting * Provides practical examples of the procedures for indexing and abstracting * Includes numerous resource lists helpful for practitioners as well as students
Donald Cleveland, PhD, is professor emeritus of library and information science at the University of North Texas. Ana Cleveland, PhD, is Regents Professor of library and information science and director of the Health Informatics Program at the University of North Texas.
Contents Section I: Foundations Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: The Nature of Information Chapter 3: A Brief History of Indexing and Abstracting Chapter 4: Human Language and the Community of Information Section II: Applications Chapter 5: Organization of Information Chapter 6: Information Access and Retrieval Chapter 7: Information Seeking Behavior Chapter 8: Types of Indexes Chapter 9: Book Indexing Example Chapter 10: Subject Analysis and Aboutness Chapter 11: The Indexing Process Chapter 12: Journal Indexing Chapter 13: Book Indexing Chapter 14: Indexing Specific Areas Chapter 15: Image Indexing Index
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4th Revised edition
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