Glossary of Library & Information Science

"Glossary of Library & Information Science is a glossary and dictionary of terms and acronyms of librarianship, library science, information science, and information technology. This is brought out (...) for the librarians all across the globe and the users of Librarianship Studies & Information Technology blog. Glossary of Library & Information Science is presently under development. Individual entries of the glossary will appear as a blog post on Librarianship Studies & Information Technology blog.

Buzz Words and Catch Phrases

"Terms discussed here include people, places, agencies, technology, jargon and clichés used in the aftermath of the attack on the United States. The glossary is organized by topics: terrorism, war, geopolitics, religion, homeland security, disaster recovery and miscellaneous. In some cases, the glossary notes alternative spellings of Arabic and other non-English words. Others may have alternative spellings not noted here. Highlighted links will open in a new window, taking you to sites offering more information on selected topics."

Canadian Race Relations Foundation Glossary of Terms

"This list includes many of the terms commonly used in anti-racism and equity discourse today. They are gleaned from a variety of sources (...). Many of the terms have been in the public domain so long that the source of the original definition is no longer known as they have come into common parlance. The terminology in this field is constantly evolving, so the list remains a work in progress.

Australian Emergency Management Glossary

"The aim of the Glossary is to provide a list of emergency management terms and definitions. Terms included are those likely to be encountered by emergency management workers. The types of organisations that would find the Glossary of value include: local governments; State and Commonwealth government departments; professional groups; processing, storage and transport industries; other large private sector organisations; hospitals, educational institutions, etc; and community organisations. (...) Confusion in emergency management often arises from a misunderstanding over words