Emerging Technology Skills among Library Professionals of Autonomous Engineering College Libraries in KarnatakaAuthor : P. Rathna and K. Divyananda
Volume 8 No.2 July-September 2018 pp 24-32
Library and information centre are of perennial importance to professional education institutions through all ages. Success of any library system depends on its workforce. Skills and abilities of library professionals plays vital role in serving their users to make them successful in their academic endeavors. Emerging technology Skills of library professionals working in autonomous Engineering College of Karnataka are analyzed to find the status of their skills and to make further recommendations. It is found that library professionals are having better skills in handling emerging technologies. Recommendations are made to improve skills further through various suggested ways.
Emerging Technology, Skills, Competencies, Libraries, Autonomous Engineering Colleges, Analysis, Knowledge
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