A UGC Approved e-Journal ISSN: 2249 - 0213

   
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Tag Archives: Digitization

Development of Digital Libraries in India: a Survey of Digital Collection of National Digital Library of India

Digital preservation is ensuring the long term maintenance of a byte stream sufficient to reproduce the document and provide continued accessibility of the contents over time and through evolving computer technology. Digital Library of India (DLI) is a digital collection of freely accessible rare books and manuscripts collected from various libraries in India of different [...]

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Digital Preservation of Rare Books & Manuscripts: A Case Study of Aligarh Muslim University

Maulana Azad Library of the Aligarh Muslim University is the largest library system of India and second largest of Asia. Apart from normal collections, the library has about 16,000 rare manuscripts which attract the researchers and visitors from the whole globe. The library has its own two conservation and preservations labs where the rare documents [...]

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Collection Development in the Abode of Bard: Visva-Bharati University Library Collection Development at a Glance

The following article is based on acquisition procedure, collection development as well as rare collection of noble laureate Rabindranath Tagore ‘s dream and world renowned University Visva –Bharati .The statistics of collection development of Visva Bharati of last two years has been included for a lucid understanding of the subject. The vivid and various collections [...]

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