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About this book
The book shows how information management can be treated as an active learning process in which computer-based technology can be both supportive and enhanced. Information is brought into focus as the key aspect of information management with Technology being viewed as complementary. Information in Action shows how the technical aspects of managing information can usefully be treated as techniques for systematically managing learning and change. This is how information in action is created, used and reconstructed, through learning.
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