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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Panneerselvam, Selvi, M. G.;

    It explains the Biometric Technologies which are becoming the foundation of an extensive array of highly secure identification and personal verification solution. Biometric devices with special reference to finger print recognition is dealt in detail. The benefits of Biometrics in Libraries, its employees and members are highlighted.

  • Open Access English

    This study intends to a proposal for suitable theoretical and practical directions for more effective access to electronic information sources from the academic staff. The comparison of the results between United Kingdom and Greece will be very interesting because of the differences in the information access models in the academic environment, and the libraries' role into the diffusion of the information given that the difference into the development and progress of library science in these two countries.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bonomo, Adriana Julia;

    Paper which has by objective to present Intranet as a tool suitable for cooperation between the librarians who work at the Instituto Nacional de la Tecnología Agropecuaria's library

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Rohila, Narendra Singh; Singh, B.P.; Bankar, Ravindra S.;
    Publisher: B S Publications

    This paper analyses the scientometric attributes of the publications that appeared in the Indian Journal of Animal Science, a scientific journal in animal breeding, physiology, nutrition, dairying, animal production, fisheries, etc. from 2015 to 2020. The bibliographic records of publications were retrieved from the Web of Science database and retrieved 1720 research papers. The collected data were analyzed by using Web of Science and biblioshiny software. The results revealed that the maximum number of research papers were published during the year 2020 and also received maximum citations in the same year. The research contribution also followed Lotka’s Law and found that the researchers of ICAR gave the maximum contribution - the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly and the highest research publications were from India.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2008
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Chaurasia, Kamal Kumar;
    Publisher: Panjab University, Chandigarh

    Technology has pushed human society from pulp to web page, from manuscripts to e–books, from leather binding to digital archives, to specify from store house of information to Information centre, Knowledge house, digital library so on and so forth including virtual library i.e. A library without walls. This metamorphism that is quite visible in life flesh and blood in today’s Library Information Centres (LIC’s) is a result of unlimited and extensive use of ICT. We must take up the challenge now. If we do not promote the public library as a key player in the networked information game, others will take over and maximum community benefit may not be achieved. The technology exists to start these developments and by having a vision of possibilities, which looks ahead two decades rather than two weeks, we can succeed. People will help the libraries if they are to benefit from the wealth of information in Cyberspace; help to lead full lives and contribute to society with all the resources that could be available. With effective use of IT, public libraries could conquer the illiteracy and ignorance in the Indian society and very near to achieve the level of transparency and equality in society.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sridhar, M. S.;
    Publisher: Karnataka Regional Engineering College

    The paper stresses the importance of acquisition librarian in collection development, points out the general lack of formal training in librarianship about mercantile and purchase activities, book trade practices and relevant laws of the land, enumerates the prevailing circumstances in which document acquisition decisions are made and finally attempts to highlight and discuss selected significant problems of selecting and purchasing of books, reports and journals in science and technology libraries.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Babini, Dominique;

    Even if there exist great differences among countries of Latin America and the Spanish Caribbean, those countries share problems which need input from local and regional social science research in support of policy making, community actions, comparative research and university studies and teaching. The traditional system for dissemination of research results in printed publications has limited impact because of low average of copies printed for academic publications, prohibitive costs of regular mail to distribute printed publications, and lack of library budget to update social science collections. This is why the use ICT (information and communication technologies) provides an opportunity to change the way and time in which social science research results are transmitted to the scholarly and academic world and to society at large to ensure a reasonably effective dissemination of research results in the region, even if the process of democratization of Internet access is still very slow. CLACSO, Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales, is a forty years old academic network gathering more than 180 university and ngo´s social science research centers and graduate programs in 21 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. These institutions are increasingly using the digital formats of their journals to accelerate dissemination of research results using the Web. This presentation describes how these social science institutions in Latin America and the Spanish Caribbean are experimenting with those diverse options to make their journals available in the Web: a simple promotion in the Web of the printed journal, or including the table of contents, with or without abstracts, some articles available online in full-text, or the complete printed journal available full-text in the institutional website and/or in regional portals. These portals are described, with emphasis in services provided by CLACSO´s portal. Since 1998 CLACSO has developed a portal using an open source virtual library software promoted by Unesco. This open access virtual library allows advanced search in metadata and in the full-text of journals, books, working documents and theses (www.clacso.org.ar/biblioteca/ingles). It started as a centralized virtual library and now is in a transition to becoming a network of social science virtual libraries updated by a working group of editors and librarians of CLACSO´s network in 21 countries of the region. The presentation describes activities undertaken by members and services provided by CLACSO´s central office: training, technical support and statistics so that each institution can have Web access to the general statistics (more than 100.000 visitors and 500.000 text requests each month) and to the individual statistics for each publication of their collection within this network of virtual libraries.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Abella, Alberto;

    This presentation shows a generic panorama about the real use that the citizens do of open data, in contrast with the boom of this movement in the theoretical ambit.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cisek, Sabina;

    The presentation shows selected Web-based company information sources, both Polish and global. It is the second item of series of educational materials on business information and information brokerage.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2009
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hemnani, Anita;
    Publisher: Dayanand Arya Kanya Mahavidyalaya

    Digital reference service is an emerging trend of traditional reference service. Easily accessible digital reference service has become one of the hallmark of the library and information services. The paper highlights how new visage of traditional reference service is developing as a natural solution to keep pace with comprehensive technological environment. It discusses about the basic concepts, elements of digital reference service and give in detail modes, the advantages, limitations, and some details regarding various digital reference services carried out by several libraries and commercial organistions.

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Include:
5,197 Research products, page 1 of 520
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Panneerselvam, Selvi, M. G.;

    It explains the Biometric Technologies which are becoming the foundation of an extensive array of highly secure identification and personal verification solution. Biometric devices with special reference to finger print recognition is dealt in detail. The benefits of Biometrics in Libraries, its employees and members are highlighted.

  • Open Access English

    This study intends to a proposal for suitable theoretical and practical directions for more effective access to electronic information sources from the academic staff. The comparison of the results between United Kingdom and Greece will be very interesting because of the differences in the information access models in the academic environment, and the libraries' role into the diffusion of the information given that the difference into the development and progress of library science in these two countries.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bonomo, Adriana Julia;

    Paper which has by objective to present Intranet as a tool suitable for cooperation between the librarians who work at the Instituto Nacional de la Tecnología Agropecuaria's library

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Rohila, Narendra Singh; Singh, B.P.; Bankar, Ravindra S.;
    Publisher: B S Publications

    This paper analyses the scientometric attributes of the publications that appeared in the Indian Journal of Animal Science, a scientific journal in animal breeding, physiology, nutrition, dairying, animal production, fisheries, etc. from 2015 to 2020. The bibliographic records of publications were retrieved from the Web of Science database and retrieved 1720 research papers. The collected data were analyzed by using Web of Science and biblioshiny software. The results revealed that the maximum number of research papers were published during the year 2020 and also received maximum citations in the same year. The research contribution also followed Lotka’s Law and found that the researchers of ICAR gave the maximum contribution - the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly and the highest research publications were from India.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2008
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Chaurasia, Kamal Kumar;
    Publisher: Panjab University, Chandigarh

    Technology has pushed human society from pulp to web page, from manuscripts to e–books, from leather binding to digital archives, to specify from store house of information to Information centre, Knowledge house, digital library so on and so forth including virtual library i.e. A library without walls. This metamorphism that is quite visible in life flesh and blood in today’s Library Information Centres (LIC’s) is a result of unlimited and extensive use of ICT. We must take up the challenge now. If we do not promote the public library as a key player in the networked information game, others will take over and maximum community benefit may not be achieved. The technology exists to start these developments and by having a vision of possibilities, which looks ahead two decades rather than two weeks, we can succeed. People will help the libraries if they are to benefit from the wealth of information in Cyberspace; help to lead full lives and contribute to society with all the resources that could be available. With effective use of IT, public libraries could conquer the illiteracy and ignorance in the Indian society and very near to achieve the level of transparency and equality in society.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sridhar, M. S.;
    Publisher: Karnataka Regional Engineering College

    The paper stresses the importance of acquisition librarian in collection development, points out the general lack of formal training in librarianship about mercantile and purchase activities, book trade practices and relevant laws of the land, enumerates the prevailing circumstances in which document acquisition decisions are made and finally attempts to highlight and discuss selected significant problems of selecting and purchasing of books, reports and journals in science and technology libraries.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Babini, Dominique;

    Even if there exist great differences among countries of Latin America and the Spanish Caribbean, those countries share problems which need input from local and regional social science research in support of policy making, community actions, comparative research and university studies and teaching. The traditional system for dissemination of research results in printed publications has limited impact because of low average of copies printed for academic publications, prohibitive costs of regular mail to distribute printed publications, and lack of library budget to update social science collections. This is why the use ICT (information and communication technologies) provides an opportunity to change the way and time in which social science research results are transmitted to the scholarly and academic world and to society at large to ensure a reasonably effective dissemination of research results in the region, even if the process of democratization of Internet access is still very slow. CLACSO, Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales, is a forty years old academic network gathering more than 180 university and ngo´s social science research centers and graduate programs in 21 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. These institutions are increasingly using the digital formats of their journals to accelerate dissemination of research results using the Web. This presentation describes how these social science institutions in Latin America and the Spanish Caribbean are experimenting with those diverse options to make their journals available in the Web: a simple promotion in the Web of the printed journal, or including the table of contents, with or without abstracts, some articles available online in full-text, or the complete printed journal available full-text in the institutional website and/or in regional portals. These portals are described, with emphasis in services provided by CLACSO´s portal. Since 1998 CLACSO has developed a portal using an open source virtual library software promoted by Unesco. This open access virtual library allows advanced search in metadata and in the full-text of journals, books, working documents and theses (www.clacso.org.ar/biblioteca/ingles). It started as a centralized virtual library and now is in a transition to becoming a network of social science virtual libraries updated by a working group of editors and librarians of CLACSO´s network in 21 countries of the region. The presentation describes activities undertaken by members and services provided by CLACSO´s central office: training, technical support and statistics so that each institution can have Web access to the general statistics (more than 100.000 visitors and 500.000 text requests each month) and to the individual statistics for each publication of their collection within this network of virtual libraries.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Abella, Alberto;

    This presentation shows a generic panorama about the real use that the citizens do of open data, in contrast with the boom of this movement in the theoretical ambit.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cisek, Sabina;

    The presentation shows selected Web-based company information sources, both Polish and global. It is the second item of series of educational materials on business information and information brokerage.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2009
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hemnani, Anita;
    Publisher: Dayanand Arya Kanya Mahavidyalaya

    Digital reference service is an emerging trend of traditional reference service. Easily accessible digital reference service has become one of the hallmark of the library and information services. The paper highlights how new visage of traditional reference service is developing as a natural solution to keep pace with comprehensive technological environment. It discusses about the basic concepts, elements of digital reference service and give in detail modes, the advantages, limitations, and some details regarding various digital reference services carried out by several libraries and commercial organistions.

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