A UGC Approved e-Journal ISSN: 2249 - 0213

   
     A Quarterly Open Access Journal

Issue No. 1 (Jun. 2011)

ICT Training for LIS Professionals Working in Engineering Institutions in Chennai: A Study

This paper examines the ICT training methods, level of training, and preferred time for the training. The study was carried out among LIS professionals in Engineering Institutions in and around Chennai. The questionnaire method was used to collect the data from LIS professionals working in the above educational institutions. It is found that majority of [...]

Read More 

Information Seeking Behaviour of B.Tech. and M.B.B.S. Students in Lucknow: A Comparative Study

The major purpose of this study was to examine the Information Seeking Behavior of B. Tech. and M.B.B.S. students in Lucknow. The aim of the study was to broaden our understanding of information seeking to personality and approach in to psychological characteristics can shed light on variability and patterns in information seeking behavior. Information seeking [...]

Read More 

The Role of Domain Information Specialist in Knowledge Driven Society

This paper presents the existing role of librarian, which is like a rope in a very real tug of war – pulled one way by customers increasing demands and the opposite way by company’s need for growth and profitability. It is found that, they can make balance only by aligning themselves with the goals of [...]

Read More 

Users Survey of Bhai Khan Singh Nabha Library: Main Library of Punjabi University Patiala

The purpose of education is well-rounded development. Students need a combination of arts, computer science, science, and humanities or literature courses to achieve this kind of development. A well-equipped and well-managed library is the foundation of modern educational structure. It is said that education without library services is like a body without soul, a vehicle [...]

Read More 

Changing the Archetype of Information Dissemination Using Open Source Digital Library Technology

The world of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is changing rapidly. New technologies and new opportunities come and go at an ever-increasing speed. The Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement is one such development that is drawing great attention among libraries and library professionals. It offers many opportunities for government organizations, private sector, and [...]

Read More 

User Awareness and Use of E-Journals among Education Faculty Members in Chennai: A Survey

The developments in information technology have made drastic changes in the way the information is collected, stored, retrieved, and distributed. Electronic journal is one of the products of information and communication technologies. The advancement of e-journal during recent years has given librarians a powerful new resource to support learning and research. This study reports the [...]

Read More