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Date of this Version

1-1-2020

Citation

Diaz, Karen. (1998). The Role of the Library Website, Reference and User Services Quarterly, vol 38 no. 1, pp 41-43 https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/1811/44699/DiazK_Ref_User_Ser_Qtrly_v.38_no.1_1998_p41-43.pdf?sequence=1

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Abstract

Library and Information Science professionals are using technology indigenously to their benefit. Websites and blogs serve their purpose of communicating with their users and bringing to the fore the diverse resources, services and requisite information which is of immense utility to the users as utmost care is taken to create a well designed, organized and structured portal. This study is taken up to investigate the features included in LIS websites and blogs which guides and helps our fraternity to develop a state of the art site.

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