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Title: Academic Libraries in the Participatory Age
Authors: Sahoo, Bibhuti Bhusan
Keywords: Academic Libraries
Library 2.0
Issue Date: 3-Mar-2012
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre
Abstract: Libraries are moving into a transitional state i.e. traditional library service and integration of current ICT to facilitate the services. Since the inception of libraries, libraries are trying to develop their collection in order to satisfy the need of their users. It is not possible for the librarians’ to provide all desired information to their users so they depend on other libraries for the information. The Library cooperation started with the participatory culture. The library professionals cooperate each other’s through various ways like inter library loan, consultancies etc. Online catalogs, hightech campus information networks, and accelerated resource sharing present opportunities for building comprehensive information centers. The present paper discusses the participative management, team work, ICT, Library building etc among library professionals as well as the user community. The library 2.0 technologies are helpful for collaborating in information creation, storage and retrieval. The library staff needs to be more dynamic in their approach to learn the current technology and leadership skills.
ISBN: 978-93-81232-02-6
Appears in Collections:PLANNER-2012 Gangtok, Sikkim

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