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Research Paper | Library Science | India | Volume 4 Issue 1, January 2015
ICT in Arts and Science College Libraries
Abstract: This research paper analyses the role of ICT facilities and information services in arts and science college libraries. Higher education is the source of income and employment of large mass. So, the people join arts and science, engineering, medical, law and agricultural colleges and vocational training institutions for higher education. The quality of higher education and personality development of students depend on the quality of faculties and libraries. As far as higher education is concerned, quality libraries is essential for academic achievement and progress. Moreover, this is a competitive world where higher educational institutions show their facilities and faculties in order to attract the public and achieve their coals. Library is one of the important factors to get recognition from university and NAAC. So, every higher educational institutions give due importance to develop and modernize the library. ICT plays a vital role in the modernisation of information service system. Consequently, ICT facility is found in all arts and science, engineering, medical, law and agricultural college libraries. However such facility is poor in arts and science college libraries. So, an attempt is made in this study to find out the role of ICT in arts and science college libraries.
Keywords: Arts and Science College, information sources and services, information and communication technology, higher education, library automation, internet, networks
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 1, January 2015,
Pages: 2120 - 2123
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