Knowledge organizing processes

In the narrow concept with in Library and Information Science (LIS) are knowledge organizing processes understood as description, naming, abstracting, cataloging, classification, indexing, linking etc. of documents or information objects. 


As with the concept of knowledge organization systems are there also broader processes in society, which must be considered knowledge organizing, e.g. organizing educations, media and scientific journals.










Birger Hjørland

Last edited: 02-03-2010