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Date of this Version

12-5-2019

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Abstract

Libraries have been long been endless sources of information for users. The face of libraries is changing as content is moving toward a digital platform and internet access is becoming more of human necessity than a privilege, which got influenced by technology. New technology has given rise to a new concept of modernization of academic libraries using digital technology and now going to become a part of daily work culture of under-developed the scenario. This paper also examines some of these challenges and opportunities in context to academic libraries. Digital library is an innovative technology to develop the learning and new required skills for professionals to cope with digital libraries.

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