Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Authors

Nayana JFollow

Date of this Version

2019

Citation

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Abstract

The growth and development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is playing vital role in the field of library and information science and library automation in particular. The present paper is showing the status and problems of library automation in aided degree colleges affiliated to Bangalore university, Bengaluru. The study was clearly presents that 81.81% of Libraries are automated and main problems for not being automated are inadequate staff, lack of infrastructure, insufficient funds and lack of training to library staff. This study also gives a status view of the software packages used by libraries and modules used library automation software. It is evident from the study out of 36 libraries 12(33.33%) libraries are using EasyLib software, The study mainly focuses on the availability, applicability and problems faced during the process of implementation and utilization of Library automation software.

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