Library and Information Science in the Digital Age
This two volume festschrift - in honor of Professor M.P. Satijais of India - is a compendium of professional developments, trends, and strategies for dealing with the shifting sands of the library landscape in the rapidly advancing age of information and communication technology. The essays - written by numerous library science scholars in India, focus on - bibliometrics and scientometrics . information needs and reading habits . information literacy . knowledge management and organization . library and knowledge networking . institutional repositories and library consortia . the digital age and computer anxiety . library and information services . digital preservation . library science education . personal and professional competencies . customer orientation and health librarianship . the Asian perspective . and change management and empowerment. This volume is an academic feast, and is an essential reading for students, teachers, researchers, and library and information professionals who are interested in learning about the life and works of Professor M.P. Satija.
Publication Date: 10/25/2009