New knowledge management systems: The implications for data discovery, collection development, and the changing role of the librarian
David Stern ()
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2003, vol. 54, issue 12, 1138-1140
The papers presented at the 2002 Tri‐Society Symposium on Chemical Information highlight questions we should consider as we develop new paradigms for information storage and retrieval systems. These new knowledge management systems will require novel approaches for data discovery, collection development, and the changing role of the librarian. This introductory essay discusses new and challenging integrated tools for data manipulation, the confusing and embryonic differential pricing and package deals for journal materials, and the changing role of the librarian in this rapidly transforming industry.
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