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Library resources sharing and networks by Hari Krishen Kaul

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Published by Virgo Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India.

Subjects:

  • Library information networks -- India.,
  • Library cooperation -- India.,
  • Electronic information resources -- India.,
  • Library information networks.,
  • Library cooperation.,
  • Electronic information resources.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 300-312) and index.

StatementH.K. Kaul.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ674.83.I4 K39 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination336 p. ;
Number of Pages336
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL159472M
ISBN 108185870225
LC Control Number99935194

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Library Networks: A library network is a specialized type of library cooperation for centralized development of cooperative programs and services, which includes the use of computers and telecommunications etc. Library Cooperation: A reciprocally beneficial sharing of resources developed or pre-existing by two or more : Edeama O. Onwuchekwa. In this article we discuss about the basic concepts of computer networks, network services, library networking and Library resource sharing. The purpose of the article is to remind the library.   Network members (Ai, A^, Ay) share resources, with most of needs satisfied before requesting service to the next greater resource center (B;); finally the few remaining unsatisfied requests are referred to the "library of last resort" (C), which may be obliged to check other centers (Bi, 83) to locate required : Allen Kent. Cooperation amongst institutions for sharing their library resources are in practice for decades. Resource Sharing, Library Network, Library to over , books and other library resources.

  Recent innovations in interlibrary loan and library resource-sharing practices have advanced the information-sharing mission of libraries―a sea change that affects and benefits all library operations and staff. This book explores the far-reaching significance of these innovations in ILL for other areas of library activity, from acquisitions. Resource Sharing becomes more important and inevitable for developing countries like India, where the information centers/libraries are short of funds and resources. Libraries encounter face problem for storing purposes and hence there is a direct need for library networks and resource sharing2. Search results for: library-information-and-resource-sharing. Download: Read: Download» Through the perspectives of interlibrary loan (ILL) specialists, this book examines what ILL departments are doing, the value of ILL librarians in the evolving library environment, and how library collections and services are being affected. What is Library Cooperation? Definition of Library Cooperation: Library cooperation includes both the sharing of bibliographic data and the sharing of library materials. It is a means by which libraries in developing countries can provide users access to information when resources are scarce. Library cooperation is considered to mean an intent to share resources, knowledge, bibliographic data.

Resource Sharing in Libraries Library co-operation is age old practice and can be traced to BC when Alexandria Library shared its resources with Pergamum Library. Rationalisation of acquisition is one the major functions of library networks. Alexandria loaned books to the library at Pergamum around BC, as observed by Fetterman. For MALIT presentation ( ) Library networking in india for resources sharing 1. Library Networking in India for Resources Sharing: Present Status and Prospects. LIRN is a nonprofit library service and content provider working to strengthen libraries for successful learning -- so students can thrive in their academic careers and beyond. Library & Information Resources Network | Academic Resources. Objectives of Networks promote sharing of resources among the participating libraries through computer networking. facilitate and promote delivery of documents electronically co-ordinate efforts for suitable collection development and reduce unnecessary duplication of costly books and periodicals. establish referral centers to monitor and facilitate catalogue search and maintain a central on.