Knowing is the origin and source of writing well.

Scribendi recte sapere est et principium et fons.

Horace, Epistles 2.3.309

HPRT 11. CI: Information Science

The Information Science research group has 14 researchers, including the professors of the Programme in Documentation and Information Sciences of the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon. It has defined the following lines of research: (1) training and employability in Information Science; (2) management and communication of information; (3) the production and circulation of paper and books in Portugal; (4) information behaviour; (5) "Disputationes: Early treatises on archives, libraries, and museums in the European context"; (6)"Studies on disputed and shared heritage in the Lusophone context"; (7)"Transparency and integrity in Information Services in Portugal". The team's work reflects the research focus of each of its members. However, the team seeks to develop collective research projects, examples of which are the following non-funded ongoing projects: "Information professionals in public libraries in Portugal", "Vossius critical edition" and "Archiving women".

TOPICS: Training and Employability in Information Science, Management and Communication of Information, Information Behaviour, Information Systems Social Aspects and Phenomena, Digital Heritage and Memory, Knowledge Organization and Management, "Fake News" and Desinformation, Early Modern LAM Treatises;

Team Members