What is American Society for Indexing (ASI)?
American Society for Indexing (ASI) meaning in Information Science terminology / glossary / dictionary is:
Founded in 1968, ASI is an affiliate of the American Library Association that seeks to promote indexing, abstracting, and database construction. Its members are professional indexers, librarians, editors, publishers, and organizations that employ indexers. ASI publishes the semiannual journal The Indexer and the bimonthly bulletin Key Words. Click here to connect to the ASI homepage.