Initiating the Ecosystem in College Libraries: An OverviewAuthor : T. Raja and I. Ravi Kumar Kennedy
Volume 9 No.1 Special Issue:February 2019 pp 16-18
Today the knowledge society associates with the paperless community and applying in all the sectors using without paper for sharing their communication and financial commitment. Government of India initiates Digital India project and it was implemented across the country through various online applications. This paper deals with initiating the ecosystem in the college libraries. Specially discussing the areas about the creation of ecosystem in college library resources collection, services offered in the library, online resources collection and preservation system in the library.
Ecosystem, College Libraries and Paperless Society
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