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Date of this Version

Summer 5-25-2017

Citation

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Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to find out the level of use and implementation of Information Communication Technology in College Library. The study is based on some of the selected College of Assam that has used SOUL and Koha Library Management Software for Library automation. The study also shows how the user is connected through ICT. This Paper discusses changing dynamics of user community approach to information seeking, and their dynamic behavior to information needs and search, which invariably point towards emerging technologies like social media tools and other open source software to make library services responsive. This paper also shows that college library are providing Web-OPAC or Mobile OPAC for data sharing and whether they have used union catalogue system for data entry or not and that what kinds of problems librarian faces while utilizing the Library management software i.e. Koha & SOUL.

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