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Jennifer Rowley is Professor of Information and Communications at Manchester Metropolitan University and Richard Hartley is Professor of Information Science at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
Contents: Introduction; Part I Structuring and Describing: Knowledge, information and their organization; Formatting and structuring knowledge; Describing documents. Part II Access: Users and behaviour; Subjects as access points; Classification and order; Further concepts and tools for subject access; Access through author names and titles. Part III Systems: Knowledge organization in the digital environment; The evaluation and design of information retrieval systems; Organizing knowledge without IT; Management of knowledge systems; Index.