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Technological innovation requires major adjustments in organizations, companies and public services. To understand the transformation of libraries it is vital to understand the transformations in access to information and education. Both public and academic libraries, are becoming [...]

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Transparency in public administration is possible if citizens are guaranteed access to documents. In this paper we propose a definition of transparency and analyse the Spanish legislation that addresses the right of access to information. Transparency is also more readily achieved [...]

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We analyze the systems inside an online newspaper that allow access to news outside their own online media. It is important to know how mass media are using these tools because of the sparse documentation and its constant evolution. We propose a model of analysis applied to seven [...]

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Whilst science and religion are arguably compatible as two methods to identify truth, in practice they are divergent in their effects. This has serious implications for the theory and practice of library and information work. By starting with the human right of freedom of expression [...]