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Title: Digital Library Initiatives and Issues in India: Efforts on Scholarly Knowledge Management
Authors: Sreekumar, M.G.
Sreejaya, P.
Keywords: Knowledge Management
Digital Library
Electronic Library Initiatives
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: MANLIBNET 2005
Abstract: The academic and research libraries across the globe are striving hard to harness technology for achieving scholarly knowledge management, which is fast proliferating, distributed and scattered. Knowledge Management leveraging on information science (IS) and information technology (IT) is the recent trend and strategy seen in the advanced academic and corporate environment. Building world standard digital libraries, as powerhouses of knowledge, that are able to address the complex issues put forth by the technology push as well as the demand pull are fast catching up worldwide attention. Particularly, in India, Open Digital Library (ODL) initiatives are picking up unprecedented Institutional as well as professional group attention owing to a variety of excellent features offered by these DLs. During the past five years India has been responding to this global trend quite proactively and positively. One of the major reasons being, presently, more than 70 percentage of world's scholar...
Description: 7th MANLIBNET ANNUAL NATIONAL CONVENTION on Digital Libraries in Knowledge Management: Opportunities for Management Libraries, at Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, May 5-7, 2005
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2259/252
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