An article by Nicholas Nakata (2007)
The intersection of public institutions managing large amounts of information and knowledge and new information and communication technologies has brought forward exciting and innovative changes to the ways information and knowledge have been traditionally managed. This paper provides a brief snapshot of some of the key issues facing the library and information services sector and Indigenous knowledge areas, and the ongoing collaborative work with sections of the library sector in Australia.
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|2007 • Australia • digital collections • ICTs • indigenous / traditional knowledge • knowledge|
|Language, Culture & Tech|