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Subject: Library and Information Science

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What does library and information science entails?

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Library and Information Science is the professional and academic study of how information are selected, discovered, produced, disseminated, evaluated, acquired, used, organized, maintained, and managed.

Subject: Literature

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Why is literature so important?

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Literature opens the door to information so a person can learn about various subjects and ideas. Literature is not found only in book form but can be found in newspapers, journals, magazines, manuscripts, letters, etc.

Subject: Communication

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What is communication?

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Communication is the act of giving, receiving, and sharing information. Talking or writing, and listening or reading. Good communicators listen carefully, speak and write clearly, and respect the opinions of others.

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