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Welcome to the Library and Information Science Wiki, a free encyclopedia that anyone can edit!
Please see the about page for more on this cooperative. The other navigation links at left have some more information. This project launched on June 30, 2005, so a good deal of entries on library topics haven't been created yet. Others have just gotten started. There are 1,421 articles so far.
Pioneers are needed to make edits; you can add content or form ontologies wherever you see a need. We also need your help advertising the site to potential users and editors. Spread the word! Contributors: you may wish to create an account to keep track of your edits. Why?
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Wikis are free and open publishing systems. You, yes you, are encouraged to share information in your areas of interest or expertise. Anyone can edit existing articles or create new ones. New articles are welcome! If it doesn't already exist, a "create an article with this title" link will appear in a search for your article title. Some article ideas are listed on the community portal page.
Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to this project over the past few months. It been interesting to see how categories and articles have developed.
Lurkers, now's your chance to earn a Barnstar by sharing what you know! Whether you've got an old paper from library school that's just collecting dust, a brilliant newsgroup post that went unheard, or just some knowledge about libraries that's worth publishing, this is the place to do it.
Articles of Interest
Here's a few of the entries that have been started so far:
Areas for Development
Entries and categories targeted for enhancements include: