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Spunti per un'ermeneutica e un'euristica della Biblioteca Digitale

By Roberto Raieli

Abstract

Assumed that hermeneutic and heuristic are no more than words, Digital Library world abounds with words unclear, not only to users but to operators, too. It is worthy to add to the tangled world of DL 2.0 these two words, unheard in the theorethical books of the Library Science 1.0, though obstinately proposed by many of pur "classics". Our task is that of simplify to us and to the others the language of communication, of the reaching of the DL Manifesto and related studies. In this effort for a generalized simplification of all the words unclear to most of the users and operators, it is essential a propaedeutical work of "taking possession" of the deep meaning of such terms, first of all understanding what are the meaning and need of hermeneutic and heuristic in Digital Library, then achieving, following and founding on such bases our studies, and in the end preparing and communicating the DL to a world that is waiting for it

Topics: AB. Information theory and library theory.
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.rclis.org:10913
Provided by: E-LIS

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