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Date of this Version

1-2019

Citation

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Abstract

Information and Communication Technology [ICT] applications have transformed present libraries into digital libraries, electronic libraries and virtual libraries. As such, it has become essential for the college librarians to get expertise in ICT skills. In this regard, training is needed for these library professionals in ICT techniques. Today the world is full of computer based technology segments and the resources are available more and more in the throughout the world. But the humans do not know about the resources and how to co-ordinate it and the professionals do not have adequate ICT skills. The paper talks about the Information and Communication Technology skills of the library professionals. The purpose of the study was examining the various skills of Technical Institute Library Professionals at Tirunelveli District of Tamil Nadu.

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