The Configuration of Meaningful Information: A Challenge for the Information Society
Knowledge for action in context of different environments (information society, ontological milieu, interpretation, representation). Increased access to information, but without meaning no amount of information will increase value or impact.
||Information, Information Society, Knowledge, Meaningful Information
International Journal of the Book, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp.1-10.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 779.005KB).
After finishing a BA degree in Archaeology at the
University of Pretoria, South Africa, she enrolled for an
finished a two-year postgraduate diploma in Museology
(Museum Science) at the same university. She joined an
association for amateur Palaeontologists up until the birth
of her son, worked for seven years in the art business,
during which time she started het studies in Information
Science at Unisa. On completion of her honours degree (cum
laude), she enrolled for her MA in Information Science and
received it cum laude in 2005.
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