Library Staffs Perception on Library Automation in University Libraries: A Comparative Study in Karnataka and Tamil NaduAuthor : Venkatesha and P. Sarasvathy
Volume 8 No.2 July-September 2018 pp 76-81
The present study deals with an opinion of university library staff on library automation in selected university libraries in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The study reveals that, staff education and qualification for library automation process and modules handling the library automation process is dealt. Explains the library staff’s training they have undergone in handling library automation software and to know that necessary training requirement for handling the modules in library automation software as well as improving the overall performance of library computerised services. The study further explains housekeeping activities for create a library database in the university library automation process.
Library Automation, Library Automation Software, University Library Staff, Information and Communication Technology, University Libraries
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