From the pink, green and white copy to ubiquitous information: SB4-18/3-2011E-PDF
what role for the information experts? Introductory remarks for the ARMA conference : speeches and statements /
"Today, everyone agrees that advances in technology have brought the “commodification” of information resources to a previously unparalleled and unimagined scale. These advances enable the participation of citizens in the simultaneous creation, production and reuse of information. Liberated from the confines of analogue production, society is creating an unimaginably large, dynamic, and congested digital information “market space.”"--Introduction.
|Department/Agency||Library and Archives Canada.|
|Title||From the pink, green and white copy to ubiquitous information|
|Subtitle||what role for the information experts? Introductory remarks for the ARMA conference : speeches and statements /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Other Formats||Paper-[English | French]|
|Note||"November 15, 2010." The catalogue number (SB4-18/3-2011) and ISBN (978-1-100-54047-4) for the bilingual print edition have been copied in this electronic publication. Issued also in French under title: Des copies carbones roses, vertes et blanches à l'omniprésence de l'information : quel sera le rôle des experts de l'information? Discours d'ouverture de la conférence ARMA : allocutions et discours prononcés.|
|Number of Pages||8 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Libraries, National archives, Information management|
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