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Jesse Shera, Librarianship, and Information Science

Richard Krzys, H. Curtis Wright
1990 Journal of Education For Library and Information Science  
Jesse Shera, Librani- anship, and Information Science. Occasional Research Paper, 5. Provo, Utah: School of Library and Information Science, Brig- ham Young Univ., 1988.  ...  Chap- ters include “‘Shera’s Professional Development,”’ “‘Shera’s Computer and Machine Exploration,” “‘Bridg- ing the Gap at Western Reserve,” “The Schism between Information Science and Librarianship  ... 
doi:10.2307/40323456 fatcat:5depzjdn7babhkzafftrac5jei


Susan Hamburger
2013 Library collections, acquisitions & technical services  
Authors requiring further information regarding Elsevier's archiving and manuscript policies are encouraged to visit:  ...  The attached copy is furnished to the author for internal non-commercial research and education use, including for instruction at the authors institution and sharing with colleagues.  ...  of computers in librarianship and information science.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lcats.2013.10.003 fatcat:27q54gojxrfsplvv27uclgxeea

Social Epistemology from Jesse Shera to Steve Fuller

Tarcisio Zandonade
2004 Library Trends  
This article examines the project of Jesse Hauk Shera , carried out originally in association with his colleague Margaret Egan, of formulating an epistemological foundation for a library science in which  ...  bibliography, librarianship, and the then newly emerging ideas about documentation would be integrated.  ...  ; Jesse H. Shera, "Librarianship and Information Science"; and Patrick Wilson, "Bibliographical R&D", with a rejoinder by W.  ... 
dblp:journals/libt/Zandonade04 fatcat:ug2fltskrnbi3h4kjupiv7yobq

Introduction to Librarianship (Book Review)

Martha Boaz
1977 College and Research Libraries  
This book provides an interesting and readable introduction to the field of librarianship and information science. Jesse Shera is a literary man, . a scholar, and a humanist.  ...  and of "knowing men and books"; librarianship in a new role in the field of information science and the study of information processing devices and techniques such as computers and network systems; the  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_38_02_165a fatcat:u22oe7sfdnho5p66hujysmemna

Librarians in Search of Science and Identity: The Elusive Profession (Book Review)

Patricia Ohl Rice
1989 College and Research Libraries  
Shera, "Librarianship and Information Science," in The Study of Information: Interdisciplinary Messages, ed. Fritz Machlup and Una Mansfield (New York: Wiley, 1983) , p.383].  ...  Librarians in Search of Science and Identity is Bennett's attempt to discover why librarianship was drawn to information science in the first place, and then why Shera withdrew his support for the convergence  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_50_06_703 fatcat:w6kq6fq7hvezlleojc4mmw4wdi

Introduction to Library Science: Basic Elements of Library Science (Book Review)

Martha Boaz
1977 College and Research Libraries  
This book provides an interesting and readable introduction to the field of librarianship and information science. Jesse Shera is a literary man, . a scholar, and a humanist.  ...  Shera, Jesse H. Introduction to Library Sci- ence: Basic Elements of Library Science. Library Science Text Series. Littleton, Colo.: Libraries Unlimited, Inc., 1976. 208p. $10.00. LC 76-21332.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_38_02_164b fatcat:ur5tvk5ygvczzd4mahxiy6z6y4

Page 380 of Journal of the Medical Library Association Vol. 42, Issue 3 [page]

1954 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
It is a loose collection of individual papers rather than a 1 Shera, Jesse. Emergence of a new institutional structure for the dissemination of spe- cialized information.  ...  380 BOOK REVIEWS AND JOURNAL NOTES TauBE, Mortimer and Associates. Studies in Coordinate Indexing. [Washington] Documentation, Inc., 1953. 110 p. $3.00. In a recent paper, Jesse Shera!  ... 

Social epistemology in information studies

Daniel Martínez-Ávila, Tarcísio Zandonade
2020 Brazilian Journal of Information Science  
After an the analysis, the paper addresses the relationship between the historical social epistemology proposed by Margaret Egan and Jesse Shera as a discipline to investigate the foundations of librarianship  ...  As methodology it presents an analysis of the writings on social epistemology by Jesse Shera and Margaret Egan selected from different and sometimes rare sources and collection.  ...  Introduction In the second half of the 20th century, when the name Information Science started to be used, Margaret Elizabeth Egan and Jesse Hauk Shera developed their project of "social epistemology"  ... 
doi:10.36311/1981-1640.2020.v14n1.02.p7 fatcat:aijqkx2p3zeqnfgznlebnxrq74

Toward a Theory of Librarianship: Papers in Honor of Jesse Hauk Shera (Book Review)

Norman Stevens
1974 College and Research Libraries  
(p.49) If these papers do share anything in common, it is the effort to foster the notion, nurtured and advocated by Shera among others, that librarianship can be given the aura of science and the trappings  ...  Perhaps such papers are leading us forward into a new age of librarianship and are expanding our scope.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_35_01_57 fatcat:fcykk3xp7vanjhw7dhsnb7a5n4

Page 128 of SRELS Journal of Information Management Vol. 22, Issue 2 [page]

1985 SRELS Journal of Information Management  
SHERA (Jesse H) and CLEVELAND (Donald B). History and Founda- tions of Information Science. (In Annual Review of Information Science and Technology. V 12. 1977. New York.  ...  Lecture notes on ‘Problems in Information Science’ International Graduate Summer School. 1981, College of Librarianship. Wales. 2. OTTEN (Klaus W). Basis for a science of information.  ... 

Page 547 of Library Trends Vol. 1, Issue 4 [page]

1953 Library Trends  
Shera, Jesse H., “Special librarianship and documentation,” 189-199. Social sciences, 16-17. “Some questions on three cooperative projects,” Williams, 156-165.  ...  “Special librarianship and documenta- tion,” Shera, 189-199. Special libraries, services, 170; history, 189-192; definition, 194, 202; in Great Britain, 233-239.  ... 

Page 131 of SRELS Journal of Information Management Vol. 15, Issue 3 [page]

1978 SRELS Journal of Information Management  
SHERA (Jesse H), Foundations of education for librarianship. New York, Becker & Hayes, 1972, 5il p. TUCKER (John Mark), Library School admissions and the liberal arts.  ...  NEELAMEGHAN (A), Education for librarians and documentalists in India. (In Encyclopaeida of Library and Information Science.  ... 

Page 162 of American Documentation Vol. 7, Issue 2 [page]

1956 American Documentation  
Brownson, National Science Foundation Editorial Board: Jesse H. Shera, School of Library Science, Western Reserve University Education and Training: Maurice F.  ...  ADI representative to the CNLA: Jesse H. Shera Joseph Hilsenrath, U. S.  ... 

March of Library Science: Kaula Festschrift. (Book Review)

Ravindra N. Sharma
1980 College and Research Libraries  
Many of the articles and books cited are by American authors such as Bill Katz (most quoted), Helen Gothberg, Charles A. Bunge, Jesse Shera, and Robert S. Taylor.  ...  Dean Shera, in his essay "Of Peacocks, Elephants, and the Philosophy of Librarianship," has suggested that American librarians should borrow · rich philosophical traditions from India and give Indians  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_41_06_555_a fatcat:teecncswkvgv3pi6rhd7gqoghe


Taufik Asmiyanto
2020 International Review of Humanities Studies  
Paul Ricoeur's Hermeneutics Phenomenology used to understand and interpret Jesse Shera and Luciano Floridi's texts and to reveal the implicit and hidden meanings in the text.  ...  This article reviews the shift in the theoretical foundations of library and information science (LIS) on social epistemology to the philosophy of information.  ...  The author does the reading, understanding, and interpretation of the two texts / main discourse, namely: Jesse Shera and Luciano Floridi.  ... 
doi:10.7454/irhs.v0i0.222 fatcat:4ndfr2ovsfdxhcu4glgmw37yxa
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