Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln


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Winter 1-7-2020

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  1. Boriwal, Chetna (2018). Mapping satisfaction Level of Librarians of EngineeringInstitutions towards E-resources – a survey. International Journal of LibraryInformation Network and Knowledge, 3(2), 134-146.
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Digital libraries are playing a prominent role in information services in general and information retrieval in particular. Users are giving more preference to digital than print resources. The metamorphosis of libraries from traditional to digital, information services to access providers, Document custodians to Knowledge managers forced library professionals to evolve themselves as information providers. The topics like a user-centric digital library system, leverage of social media in digital library services and other aspects are discussed in detail.