Best Practices in Arts and Science College Libraries in Dindigul DistrictAuthor : P. Karuppasamy, S. Manohari and G. Amudha
Volume 9 No.1 Special Issue:February 2019 pp 60-63
The Best practices are helping the users to derive maximum satisfaction from the library services. It is customer satisfaction through product or service. In an academic library student and teachers are the customers who are part of the academic community. Tiwari (2016) has proved that innovate services are more significant than heavy advertisements. This study has concluded that the library innovations service of the library can help the purpose of advanced teaching and learning. Yasmin and Gnanaprasad (2017) have adopted fourteen best practices of the library services. This study concluded that best practices help to improve the quality of library services. This study has to examine the efficiency and effectiveness of the Content Management Software, Web page information sources, awareness programme of the Arts and Science College libraries of Dindigul District. Primary data was collected through questionnaire method. Garret’s Ranking Techniques was used for this study to analyze the data. E-mail alert facilities are necessary to improve the quality of the best practices of the library service.
Best Practices, Garret Ranking Techniques, Innovative Services
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