Library and Information Science Abstracts (LISA)
LISA: Library and Information Science Abstracts is an international abstracting and indexing tool designed for library professionals and other information specialists.
Major areas of coverage include:
- Artificial intelligence
- Book reviews
- Computer science applications
- Information centres
- Information management
- Information science
- Information storage
- Information technology
- Internet technology
- Knowledge management
- Libraries and archives
- Library management
- Library technology
- Library use and users
- Medical information
- Online information retrieval
- Publishing and bookselling
- Records management
- Technical services
- World Wide Web
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User tools and features
RSS feeds and alerts; RefWorks citation tool; ProQuest My Research account to save, tag, organize and share research.
1969 - present.
Every two weeks.
Journals, conference proceedings, book reviews, research reports, unpublished research, web sites, and Scholar Profiles from COS Scholar Universe.
A current journal source list is available from http://www.csa.com/factsheets/supplements/lisa.php
Type of coverage
Indexing with citations and abstracts, links to websites, and Scholar Profiles.
Print counterpart or
Library and Information Science Abstracts (1969-1997) Alexander REF AI3 .L581
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