As a self-confessed bibliophile, I love books and all things related to books, including and especially, libraries. This interesting article came to us from The Scholarly Kitchen.
Whether you read for pleasure, personal or professional growth, or all of the above, one of the constants is the importance of understanding. One of the myriad skills needed to create and share knowledge comes from time reflecting on the relationship with others – in life, in work, etc. When a category is huge, that can be challenging. It is like a book about books – the subject matter is endless.
Scholarly books disseminate research and academic discussion among professionals within disciplines. They are intended for academic study and research, and are preferred when writing college-level papers.
Libraries and librarians the world over are unique and fill vital roles for people and societies who depend on their critical function of providing information and preserving knowledge. They also make for fascinating reading.
These human search engines don’t just find information, they also review, organize, assess, explain, arrange displays, run programs, expand collections and help those of us who need to hone down an area of interest.
And they know what it takes for content to be findable – a strong, standards-based taxonomy. Data Harmony is our patented, award winning, artificial intelligence (AI) suite that leverages explainable AI for efficient, innovative and precise semantic discovery of your new and emerging concepts to help you find the information you need when you need it.
Melody K. Smith
Sponsored by Access Innovations, changing search to found.