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Bulletin

The Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology is a bi-monthly news magazine packed with developments and issues affecting the field, pragmatic management reports, opinion, and news of people and events in the information science community.

BulletinThis Issue
December/January 2010
Vol. 36, No. 2
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  SPECIAL SECTION                                                                                   

    
     Annual Meeting Coverage

Narratives, Facts and Events in the Foundations of Information Science
by Michael Buckland, Guest Editor
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From Facts to Judgments: Theorizing History for Information Science
by Ryan Shaw
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Facts and Frameworks in Paul Otlet's and Julius Otto Kaiser's Theories of Knowledge Organization
by Thomas M. Dousa
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Events as a Structuring Device in Biographical Mark-up and Metadata
by Michael Buckland and Michele Renee Ramos
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  ASIS&T 2009 Award of Merit Speech                                                  

Facilitating and Enhancing Scientific Discovery
by Carol Tenopir
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  IA COLUMN                                                                                                 

Making a Profound Impact
by Thom Haller
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  DEPARTMENTS                                                                                     

President's Page
by Donald Case
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President's Page
by Gary Marchionini
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Editor's Desktop
by Irene Travis
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Inside ASIS&T
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ASIS&T Information Professionals task Force: October 2009 Update
by Nancy Roderer
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