| || Content-to-Context: A Built-in Culture of Librarianship |
Author :Siddamallaiah, H.S.
Source: DESIDOC Journal of Library and Information Technology :30(3) ; 2010 ; pp.03-06
Abstract : Collecting and connecting ideas is the basic mantra in all walks of information landscape including Content Management (CM), Knowledge Management (KM) and librarianship (traditional or digital). The spectrum of content on web, due to its read-write capabilities, varies from “least authenticated to most authenticated content” such as no-reviewed, peer-reviewed, open-reviewed and systematic reviews including meta-analysis (evidence-based) literature, both text-based and multimedia. This keynote covers various aspects of CM in ‘science of traditional librarianship’, ‘digital librarianship’ and ‘web-based librarianship’. The keynote also discusses the integration (within and among) of technology, content, and users.
Keywords : Content management;knowledge management;peer-reviewed;meta-analysis;digital librarianship;web-based librarianship;digital information landscape