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dc.contributor.authorSinha, Manoj Kumaren_US
dc.description.abstractThe North Eastern India is not lagging behind which has also experienced the changes in the library automation and networking activities, which is possible mainly due to inclusion of 12 university libraries for financial assistance under INFLIBNET Programme, which made possible the initiation of Information Infrastructure Development of University Libraries and Database Creation Work for Library Automation and Networking. Besides that other institutions of national importance in NE Region are getting financial assistance from their respective parent bodies and funding agencies like AICTE, ICMR and ICAR. This paper describes the present scenario of library automation and networking of University / Institutional Library and Information Centres of the Region. The survey findings mainly cover various aspects of library automation and networking, multimedia application and use of CD-ROM databases, OPAC and Internet Services, Creation of in- house databases of books, serials, theses, projects and experts, computer based library and information activities and services like in-house operations like acquisition, circulation, retro-conversion, serial control, information retrieval and dissemination, CAS, SDI, bibliographical services, On-line search of databases ,OPAC, Web OPAC , Manpower development in IT era etc.en_US
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dc.publisherINFLIBNET Centre, Ahmedabaden_US
dc.subjectInformation and Communication Technologies (ICTs)en_US
dc.subjectLibrary Automationen_US
dc.subjectLibrary Networkingen_US
dc.subjectLibrary and Information Centres (LICs)en_US
dc.titleScenario of Automation and Networking of Library and Information Centres (LICs) of North Eastern Region of India: An Evaluative Studyen_US
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