Availability of Library Resources and Services in Environmental Information System (ENVIS) Center Libraries in South India: A StudyAuthor : G. P. Suresha and Ramesha
Volume 9 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 91-96
The paper is an attempt to clearly exhibit and examine the availability of both print and electronic resources and listed out the traditional, electronic and web based services offered by the ENVIS center libraries in South India. The findings of the study show that 8 (47.05%) ENVIS libraries received financial assistance from the State Government & Central Government. It is noticed from the study all most all the ENVIS center libraries are having all type of collection to cater to the needs of scientists and at the same time all the ENVIS center libraries offered the library services like circulation service, reference service, new arrivals alert service and newspaper clipping service and new arrivals alert services through e-mail, e-Newspaper slipping and social networking (Twitter, WhatsApp, Face book, LinkedIn) and web based information services. Majority 15 (88.23%) of libraries have built their library collections in both print and electronic format.
Library Resources, E-Resources, Library Services, Electronic Services, Web Based Services, ENVIS
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