A comprehensive survey on cloud computing and library information systems
Sheik Akthar Begum D, Sadik Batcha M
Cloud Computing refers to both the applications delivered as services over the Internet and the hardware and systems software in the datacenters that provide those services.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 1-6
A Study on growth of Institutional Repositories in India
Poongodi K, Muralidhar S
The rapid growth of information and communication technology leads in Open access movement and it become a path to create the Institutional Repositories.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 7-12
A Study on Reading Habits of students in University VOC College of Engineering Anna University Thoothukudi Campus Library users
The present study aims to find out reading habits in University VOC College of Engineering Anna University Thoothukudi Campus Library users. The samples of 166 students selected randomly were studied.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 13-19
A Study on Usability of District Central Library Resources in Thoothukudi
Muthu Krishnan P, Lawrence Mary A, Murugan K
The study is very useful to study the user and resources available in the library and its usability and the impact of the Thoothukudi District Central Library in the district etc.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 20-25
The Academic Promotion with Cloud Applications of Mobile Technology Services in V V College of Engineering Library: A Review
Information activities are influenced by the technological innovations. Application of Information and Communication Technology in libraries is inevitable due to overproduction of information and library users also demand for new services.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 26-30
Access pattern of E-resources under N-list programme by post-graduate students and research scholars in Kongu arts and Science College, Erode: a study
Annadurai P, Venkatachalam AM
The study tries to find out the usage of e-resources available under UGC-INFONET-N-List programme by the Post-Graduate students and research scholars of Kongu Arts and Science College.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 31-39
Advanced Library Collection Development (ALCD) and Management Policies
Rajendran L, Rathinasabapathy G
The Processes of Collection Development and Collection administration are experiencing a change besides. This is because of the impact of amazing numerous and assorted advanced assets besides devices that might be utilized within accumulation improvement and that are for the most part and effortlessly accessible with the Web.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 40-44
Application of cloud computing in library products and services
Chidambaranathan N, Karthik M, Muruganandham G
In the field of Library and Information science clod computing is the delivery of computing service over the internet. Cloud computing service in digital library was analyzed for the digital books borrow, cloud storage, social network sites, webmail and online business application.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 45-49
Authorship Pattern and Degree of Collaboration of Pollution Control Research output in India: A Scientometric study
Vivekanandhan S, Sivasamy K, AL Bathri Narayanan
This study presents the research trends in authorship pattern and the degree of collaboration of pollution control research output in India for the period of 2003-2014 from scopus database.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 50-59
Authorship productivity in “Green Propulsion” research
Aswathy S, Saravanan G
Spacecraft research is a significant research field in Science and Technology development and “Green Propulsion” has its importance as a sub domain which directs the Spacecraft Propulsion field to non-hazardous and tries to keep the environment clean.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 60-67
Awareness and utilization of information and communication technology (ICT) based resources and services among the faculty in self financing medical college libraries in Pondicherry: a survey
Saravanan K, Sevukan R
The study explores the status of ICT infrastructure facilities available in self financing medical college libraries in Puducherry. It also presents the results of awareness and utilization of ICT based resources and services of these libraries among the Faculties from seven medical colleges.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 68-78
Awareness of E- resources among faculty members in Sri Durgadeve Polytechnic College, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India- a case study
Saravanan M, Mohammed Esmail S
The paper focuses on use and awareness of electronic resources among faculty members of Sri Durgadevi Polytecnic, Chennai. It highlights the use of e-resources by faculty members of SDDP College.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 79-85
Bibliometric Analysis of Indian Journal of Marketing Journal
Kandhimathinathan S, Amudha G
Bibliometrics is a statistical analysis of written publications, such as books or articles and is used to provide quantitative analysis of academic literature.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 86-91
Bibliometric Analysis of Indian Journal of Psychiatry (2009-2013)
Sivasubramanian G, Vijayakumar P
Bibliometric analysis of 512 articles published for a period of five years (2009-2013) in the source journal ‘Indian Journal of Psychiatry’, along with citations in five volumes has been carried out.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 92-98
Blog - An Innovative Library Service
Mani M, Thirumagal A
A blog is an innovative technique to meet the challenges of Library Science. Unprecedented growth and popularity, besides hospitality displayed by blogs culminated into massive use of this service in many fields including Library and Information Science.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 99-106
Challenges and opportunities in building infra structure, physical space and budget: a case study of Government College for men, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh
Jahan Ara S, Chandran D
Libraries have an important role to play in social, cultural, Political and economic development of a country. Libraries have a noble mission of imparting education and knowledge to the faculty, research scholars, students and other patrons.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 107-115
Challenges for Library and Information Science Professionals in Information and Knowledge Based Society
The rapid inventions and expansion in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are responsible for creating a revolution on account of their unimaginable networking capacity, thereby, leading to global competition.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 116-121
Changing role of librarians in ICT environment
Veeranjaneyulu, Prabhakar N, Narayana Reddy
TThe ICT in libraries has brought up new services and opportunities to improve their sources and services. “Information and Communications Technology or Information and Communication Technology” usually abbreviated as ICT was first used in 1997 in a report by Dennis Stevenson to the UK government.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 122-125
Cloud based digital library system for academic libraries
Rasan B, Rajan VR
In Digital based Open Access System, the users of the library are give full freedom to utilize the library resources such as e-books, e-journals etc. This facility fulfills the need of Dr. Ranganathan’s fourth Law “Save the time of the Reader”.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 126-131
Collection development policy (CDP) in Kerala University Library system: A Study
Sureshkumar C, Sukumaran C
Libraries are the hearts and soul of educational system in general and University education in particular. Library collections are developed by librarians and library staff by buying or otherwise acquiring materials over a period, based on assessment of the information needs of the users of library.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 132-144
Community Information Services in Public Libraries - A solution to Information Poverty
Jaba Joselin J, Panneerselvam P
Information explosion and the rapid growth in the field of Information and Community Information Technology have made tremendous changes in the life of human beings.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 145-151
Continuous process improvement: in quality
Maidhili S, Meenambika G, Mahalaksmi M, Nithyanandam K
Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) essence is to make things better and to strive for perfection by continuously improving the organizations or institutions process.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 152-157
Deployment of information & communication technologies in libraries
Mahalakshmi M, Maidhili S, Uma V
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is an umbrella term that includes any communication device or application like radio, television, mobile phones, computer and network hardware and software, satellite systems and so on, as well as the various services and applications associated with them, such as videoconferencing and distance learning.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 158-164
Digital library – open source software technology
An electronic library or digital library is a collection of text, visual material, audio material, video material, stored as electronic media formats along with means for organizing, storing, and retrieving the files and media contained in the library collection.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 165-169
Digital Reference Service in Academic Library of Engineering and Technology Institutions in Tamilnadu: A Case Study
Chandraprabha K, Chinnasamy K, Janakiraman S
Digital Reference Service is a very essential component of every Academic Digital Library. This study identifies the status of Digital Reference Services in the Academic libraries of Engineering and Technology institutions in Tamilnadu.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(71), 170-174
Digitization of library resources and collection development: preservation of digital material: a brief study
Papaiah Op, Venkata Rao D
This paper discusses the new activities, methods and also the latest technology used in digitization and information of digital libraries. Digital libraries are being created today for diverse communities and in different fields.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 175-179
Digitization: The Force to Remove the Darkness of Information Hiding
Vijayalakshmi N, Ranganathan C
Digitization reduces the gap between the documents and its users. One of the prominent characters of digital library is its frankness or openness in the arrangement of data. Digital information which is kept-in a website can be equally accessed by all the users.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 180-183
Drupal as a Content Management System in Libraries: A Study
Arumugam J, Parthasarathy R, Lewish Yacub
Content Management system is a tool which helps to create, collect, organize and retrieve the electronic resources as well as the web contents.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 184-188
Electronics Resource Management in Academic libraries: an Introduction
Baskar M, Naheem KT
The management of acquisition, licensing, and access to subscription based electronic resources is a great challenge for academic libraries in the present era.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 189-194
Empowering libraries with discovery tools
Kohila GT, Elavazhagan K
This paper attempts to highlight the influence and impact of discovery tools to attain the optimum usage level of resources available in the libraries.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 195-200
Enhance user Empowerment through Information Communication Technology in engineering college library at Coimbatore District: a Study
Rajeswary A, Venkatachalam AM
ICT has brought extraordinary changes and reconstruction to academic library and information services, user’s services. An information infrastructure would provide the networks and standards to allow providers within a community to share information electronically.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 201-207
Enhancing the Users Need and Expectations in LIS
Kamatchi S, Arumugam J
In this information revolutionized era, the library and information professionals are subjected to market their products and services where as the users are provided with the information to their desktop itself.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 208-212
Environmental Friendly Approach for Usability of Digital Resources
In the present information era there is a steady transition from the traditional libraries print media to the digital resources, with the advent of ICT, engineering domains in various forms play an imperative role in environmental approach for libraries for sustainability and accessibility of digital resources.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 213-218
E-Resource Accessibility and Preservation: An Overview
Uma V, Dhanavandan S
The advent of IT has made a clear and pervasive impact in almost every area of library services. As such, the library environment has undergone a rapid changes leading to new generation of Libraries with an emphasis on e- resources.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 219-224
E-Resources for E-learning in Karunya Library, Coimbatore: A case study
This paper describes about the impact of e-resources for e-learning in Karunya University Library. A survey has been conducted in the form of questioner and data were collected from 95 users who used the library actively.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 225-230
Food Chemistry: A Bibliometric Analysis of Publications Output during 2004-2013
Ravichandran P, Vijayakumar P
This study is the bibliometric analysis of Food Chemistry related search. The documents studies were retrieved from the Scopus database for the period from 2004 to 2013 The analysis cover year wise distribution, document type, authorship pattern, citation analysis and country wise distribution and etc.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 231-240
Google Scholar and Scopus database: A Study on Gandhigram Rural Institute Research Productivity
Tamizhchelvan M, Dhanavandan S
Citation is very important criteria for measuring impact factor for the articles published in a journal. This paper made a sample study on receiving alert from Google Scholar and Scopus database.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 241-246
Green and sustainable libraries
Srilakshmi, Radhakrishnan V, Arumugam J
This paper deals with libraries going green starting from the green buildings to recycling of waste, small steps of going green will have a good impact on the image of the library, the concept of reduce, reuse and recycle would be the aim for libraries going green.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 247-251
Impact of green aviation in libraries: an overview
Nithiya S, Ramesh S
Aviation is one of the fastest growing industries as well as transportation modes in the world. Global aviation contributes about 2% of global greenhouse gas emissions and supports 8% of the world economic activity in terms of GDP.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 252-255
Impact of the role of services rendered by university libraries linked the librarian’s profession into the new knowledge society
Jannath Najeemunnisa Beegum M, Ashok Kumar SK
The University libraries with traditional trend are changed into hybrid centres with print and electronic forms. Moreover, the roles of the University libraries transformed in becoming ‘Knowledge Resource Centres” to keep stepswith improvements in technology.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 256-259
Implementation of Koha: An Experience
Seshaiah O, Veeranjaneyulu
Computer and communication technology rapidly affected every sphere of life. Library is not an exemption. It forced the librarian to adapt the changing environment and the use of the technology to deliver prompt and adequate services to the users.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 260-264
Indian Repository Services: A Study on Shodhganga
Being the third largest education system in the world, India has many reputed education institutions and very good infrastructure for higher education and research.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 265-272
Information access pattern of users of engineering college library- a case study
Arumugam R, Malliga R, Nithyanandam K
This paper reports the results of empirical studies which explored the information seeking behavior of engineering college library. Finding of this paper reveals that patterns in the information seeking behavior between students studying to become professionals and information seeking patterns of these groups identified in the Leckie et al. model.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 273-278
Information Literacy on Workers in Match and Fireworks Industries Scenario in Tamil Nadu: An Overview
Karunai Raghavan K, Manoharan A
Information Literacy on Workers in Match and Fireworks Industries Scenario in Sivakasi of Tamilnadu in and around 450 Match and firework industries employing about 40,000 direct workers and 1,00,000 indirect workers, an equal proportion of unauthorized manufacturing sector is controlling the manufacturing of Match and firework products.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 279-284
Information Seeking Behavior of Faculty Members and Students in the Digital Environment Great Lakes Institute of Management: A Case Study
This paper entitled of Information Seeking Behavior of Faculty Members and Students in the Digital Environment Great Lakes Institute of Management - a Case Study.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 285-294
Information systems and its applications for the development of agriculture: a Study
Shabana Tabusum SZ, Saleem A, Sadik Batcha M
The study is mainly to identify agricultural information system components, their availability, the understanding of how successfully they work, problems associated with them and how to improve their performances.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 295-300
Information types and content units: an over view
Information Model provides with a framework for categorizing information in terms of the dimensions have identified in user and author communities.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 301-305
Innovative practices in library services: a case study of RGI, central library
Mithu Anjali Gayan
Technologies have brought immense change in the way of library services. With the emergence of newer technologies such as Web 2.0 applications have added different dimensions in the way of routine library processes.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 306-310
Innovative services and functions of Academic Libraries in 21st Century
Libraries are the heart of the institution and it reflects the organization its management and supports the research programs of nature. Due to the impact of ICT, Information professional like Librarian must improve in the changed environment of information to provide to facilitate the existing information.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 311-315
Issues and challenges of open access resources in academic institutions
Santhi S, Nagarajan M
It is discussed in this paper about what is Open Access resource, why open access resources are important for academic Institution and various types of open access resources.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(72), 316-321
Knowledge management and role of “e” libraries
Santhanalakshmi R, Geetha Palani Swamy KR, Nithyanandam K
The development of knowledge management in E libraries has become the key concern for librarians and libraries. Modern libraries contribute to business and research more efficiently than traditional libraries.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 322-326
Knowledge Management for Library and Information Centres in Digital Environment System
In digital environment age a library and information centres is gaining more impotence for knowledge management. Knowledge management is emerging as a key concern of organizations, particularly those who have already redesigned their business processes and embedded a total quality approach into their practices. Knowledge management may mean management knowledge, both explicit and tacit knowledge.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 327-331
Lack of skilled manpower: training the library staff to provide best services to the patrons with disability
Indumathi K, Asok Kumar SK
This paper describes about the lack of skill in the library professionals to serve the disabled patrons and the areas of training required to them in providing the best services to the disabled library users.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 332-337
Learning Center and Mobile Technology
Raja M, Cella Pandian S
As the information revolution continues to unfold, libraries will experiment with mobile devices and services to support the information needs of their users wherever they may be.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 338-344
Usha R, Arunmozhi M
Technological advancements have had introduced electronic information resources which offers enormous benefits to user groups. This paper aims to put-forth, the licensing about e-resources.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 345-349
Management of Digital Resource and Technology
As libraries badly added their numbers of accountant agenda assets in the 1990s, such as online journals and databases, they accomplished the charge for a record-keeping arrangement that would advice administer the data of accepting and advancement them.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 350-356
Managing electronic resources in academic libraries: a brief review
Srinivasulu P, Yakub Ali
This article discussed briefly about the electronic resources and their different forms. The need of academic library electronic resources for research and their features in management systems are essential.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 357-362
Mapping of nanosensor research output: a Scientometric analysis
Abu KS, Balasubramani R
This study analyzed the growth of research publications in the field of Nanosenors.A total of 1925 records were downloaded from Web of science database.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 363-371
Marketing of Library and Information Products and Services in Academic Libraries
Selvantony A, Lawrence Mary A, Raihana SB
The library is traditionally a non-profit organization, and only recently organizations became aware of the need to market their products and services. Library and information products/services are now being recognized as saleable.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 372-377
Metrics of Harvard Business Review (South Asia)
Manase Prabu F, Venkatachalam AM
This paper presents a bibliometrics analysis of the journal “Harvard Business Review (South Asia Edition) for the period January 2014 to December 2014.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 378-384
Mobile augmented reality in modern libraries: prospects and challenges
Augmented Reality (AR) is one of the cutting edge technologies which has its unique application in the modern high tech libraries. The paper presents an overview of the concept of AR which offers a combination of real-world scenario and computer generated virtual environment.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 385-388
Mobile technology in library service: an overview
Uma V, Dhanavandan S, Mahalakshmi M
Mobile phone has revolutionized the daily of ordinary people. The application of telecommunication to an automated library system can bring more efficiency to library service.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 389-393
Mode of accessing the libraries
Rajaram K, Jeyachitra S, Swaroop Rani BS
In an open access library the books are displaced, put out of order, made untidy; the books on the shelves must be put back into their proper places, by the staff, daily and weekly.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 394-400
National Shared services – INFLIBNET perspective
Meenambika G, Maidhili S, Thilagavathy N
This article gives insights into National shared services in India. Here in this paper it is discussed about the changing paradigm of library and information science and vital role played by INFLIBNET Center, UGC Infonet Consortium & N-List programme.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 401-405
New areas of LIS education, training & research: the preservation and conservation scenario
Kuntal Mukherjee & Suddhasattwa Bhattacharya
LIS education is a branch of education which helps in preparing trained professionals in the field of libraries. This article focuses on LIS education and its importance with special emphasis on Preservation and Conservation in LIS education.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 406-413
New generation of knowledge management in LIS professionals
The library will play a very crucial role in the extension and modification of knowledge. The growing need for knowledge management has influenced every component and operation of a library.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 414-421
New Roles for Librarians: Skills Set for Repository Controllers - a Study
Yacob Johnson, Shashikala HM
In the system of library and information science the open access movement in scholarly communication has grown considerably over the last ten years and it has driven an increase in the number of institutional repositories (IRs).
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 422-427
Open Access Books for Library and Information Science: A Study Based on DOAB
Dhanavandan S, Tamizhchelvan M
The Directory of Open Access Books provides a searchable index to peer-reviewed monographs and edited volumes published under an Open Access business model, with links to the full texts of the publications at the publisher’s website or repository.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 428-436
Open Government Data (OGD) and Right to Information (RTI): Some challenges and Issues in India Scenario
Soumen Kayal, Swapna Banerjee
Open Government Data (OGD) is an effective tool, and is applicable for good governance. It was emphasised that for data to be always meaningful, it needs to be authentic, reliable, update and relevant.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 437-443
Open source software as tools for building up of digital libraries: an overview
Sophia R, Jannath Najeemunnisa Beegum M, Indumathi K
Due to the development of modern technology and information explosion, every library is in a position to adopt modern technologies to increase the exponential growth of knowledge.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 444-448
Organic Agricultural Librarianship: An Intension and Extension of Developmental Library Service Synergies
Prayash Tamang, Pubalika Bhattacharya Maitra
Fast growth of Agricultural issues are taking U-turn in recombination of technical knowhow to defy the customary tendencies of peasants for grabbing more produce and more market capture is taking place with Indian sub continental zones also.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 449-457
Perception of Young Adults towards Advancement Public Library Services
Isabella Mary A, Dhanavandan S
The purpose of this study was to explore patronage and usage of the young adult user of a public library. Patrons of the young user of a public library are Dindigul District Library.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 458-462
Pros and cons of virtual learning system: a study
Radhakrishnan V, Arumugam J
A virtual learning environment is a collection of software tools supporting academic administration, teaching and research using the Internet, particularly the World Wide Web.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 463-466
Re Engineering the Library to Green Library-An Overview
Regil Nadh CM, Jeena Jayan
Green library is eccentric place to educate people on the importance of sustainability and at the same time creating curiosity and attraction towards libraries.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 467-472
Subject gateways for library and information science using Drupal: an open source content management software
Lavanyaa KR, Mercy Lydia D
In this digital era, any kind of information could be extracted from the World Wide Web. Most of the web sites are driven by content management software’s that manages the multimedia content and textual.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(73), 473-478
Nanotechnology in Medicine: A Scientometric analysis
Grace M, Jeyshankar R
Scientometrics analyzes the quantitative aspects of the generation, propagation and utilization of scientific information in order to contribute to a better understanding of the mechanism of scientific research activities.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 479-485
Remote access to Library Resources (Print & E-Resources): A Case Study
This paper presents the case study of remote access to Library Resources (both Print and E-resources) of the Library of Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 486-489
Research publication output of Thiagarajar College of engineering, Madurai: a Scientometric study
This study is a scientometric analysis of the research publication output of Thiagarajar College of Engineering (TCE), Madurai. Data for the study have been collected from the Scopus database from the beginning of 1972 to 2014.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 490-498
Role of social media in dissemination of information
Advancement of Information and Communication Technologies and the changing perception of ICT have resulted in global change. The emerging technologies and global economy have revolutionizedthe process of dissemination of information.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 499-502
Scientometric Analysis of Global research output on MEMS (2010-2014)
Bathrinaryanan AL, Tamizhchelvan M
The present study examines the research output in MEMS contributed by the global research output during the period 2010-2014 from the Scopus multi discipline database.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 503-510
Scientometric Analysis of Growth of Literature in Nuclear Medicine
The article analyses scientometrically the growth of nuclear medicine literature. The data was taken from the database Web of Science Core Collection provided by Thomson Reuters from 1999 to 2014.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 511-520
Scientometric study on the New England journal of medicine
Janaarthanan Pi, Nithyanandam K
Scientometric analysis of 1118 research articles published in “THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE” of the year 2000 has been carried out. 2 volumes of journals containing 52 issues have been taken into consideration for the present study.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 521-525
Semantic Web and Library Information Services – An Overview
Vijayalakshmi B, Thirumagal A
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, put forward the concept of meaningful Web or semantic web. One of the essential differences between digital libraries and unstructured collections such as the Web, is the focus on information quality.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 526-532
Should Library Catalogues be a System of Inventory or Discovery to the Digital Native Generation? - A Study
Vanaja S, Panneerselvam P, Santhanakarthikeyan S
To consider the changing nature of the information access and today’s rapid development of Technology lead Libraries to looking forward to rethink search and discovery services.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 533-541
Applications of Six Sense Technology for Library Services and Human Communication
Surulinathi M, Sasinivethalakshmi S
This paper highlights the applications of Six Sense Technology and how it supports for human communication and Library Services. In the last decade, wearable technology is an emerging trend for human communication, and a new application for electronic and computing devices of all kinds.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 542-547
Skills sets required for Academic Librarian’s in the Digital Era: A close look at the realities
Shashikala HM, Sambath Kumar SA
Libraries are the social institutions which are affected heavily by the impact of advancement of technology. It continues to change day by day the way the libraries work.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 548-552
Social media (networking) in academic libraries
This paper explores the study of social media use in libraries and focus on the role and the need for librarians in the social media era and the need for librarians to keep learning and update their skills to satisfy the user needs.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 553-559
Social Networking Tools for Research Scholars: an overview
Jeyapragash B, Issac Arputharaj J
Social networking sites are profile based websites that allow users to maintain social relationships by viewing, visiting, and sharing their lists of social connections with other members.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 560-564
Technology Adoption Behavior of Women Library Professionals in Kerala
Susan Mathew K, Sheeja NK, Siji Jose Nellickal
The paper is an attempt to study how far the women library professionals in the Universities in Kerala have adapted to technological changes. The study is part of a questionnaire survey of library professionals employed in the central and departmental libraries of the seven major Universities in Kerala.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 565-570
The Indian Concrete Journal - A Scientometric Study
Paramasivam S, Venkatachalam AM
This paper discusses the Scientometric analysis of the journal titled “The Indian Concrete Journal, January 2012 – December 2012”. This article study specifically focus on number of articles in each issue of the volume of journal, authorship pattern , Institution wise contributions, Geographical distribution of contributions (both State wise (India) and Country wise contributions) etc.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 571-579
The adoption of information and communication technology (ICT) by women library professionals
This study aims to explore the extent of adoption of information and communication technology (ICT) in the college libraries of India. This study discusses the present conditions of using ICT by the women library & information Science professionals in south India.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 580-587
Total Quality Management in Academic libraries
Velmurugan C, Manjula C
The paper highlights about the importance of total quality management in libraries. It is an view that the condition which challenged in libraries of Total Quality Management are very much prevalent here.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 588-592
Traditional Library Services VS Digital: A Survey
Dibyendu Mondal, Pubalika Bhattacharya Maitra
Education aims to impart knowledge and make good citizens. According to Public library Manifesto (1954 and its several amendments up to 1994), the general citizen of a country or continent is directly related to be successfully knowledgeable by the help of public libraries only.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 593-600
Transformation of documentation services in digital environment at Indian Council of Historical Research: A Case Study
To cope with changing and advancing technological environment, libraries, archives and documentation centres are either converting existing services into e- services or are implementing new services.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 601-605
Growth of literature on Liver Diseases (1993 – 2013)
Ramakrishnan J, Thavamani K
This paper presents a bibliometric analysis of the growth of literature output in the field of Liver Diseases covered in the bibliographic database namely MEDLINE which are covered in the Pubmed.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 606-615
Use of E-Journals by the Faculty Members of Engineering College in Villupuram District: A Case Study
Mohan Kumar M
Development is a continuous process. Each new development of larger social relevance brings new opportunities to the respective field. The field of education has no exception to this.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 616-621
Use of ICT and best practices for Tumkur university library: a study
Kumara B, Ravivenkat B
This paper examines the initiative taken by the Academic Library(Tumkur University Library) by taking clue from the NAAC policy on adopting best practice in the Library.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 622-628
Use of social networking sites for research by faculty and research scholars of science and technology disciplines in Pondicherry University: a study
Sevukan R, Mohammed Muneer MC
This study was an attempt to explore the feasibility of using social networking sites for academic purposes based on the opinion of faculty and research scholars of various science and technology departments in Pondicherry University.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 629-637
Use of Social Networking Sites (SNS) by selected library and information science professionals in Pondicherry region – A study
Suresh C, Hema R, Sankarasubramaniam N
The paper explores the result of a survey based on Use of Social Networking Sites (SNS) by selected library and information science professionals in Pondicherry region – A study.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 638-644
Use pattern of E-Resources among the Women Academicians in Medical Sciences: A Study
Selvi M, Dhanavandan S
This study is aimed to analyse the Use pattern of E-Resources among the Women Academicians in Medical Sciences in Chennai (Faculty members working in Medical Colleges).
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 645-652
Use Pattern of Resources and Services in Erode Sengunthar Engineering College – A Study
Gopalakrishnan S, Maheswari K, Selvi M
This study is aimed to analyse the use pattern of information resources and services. Questionnaire method was adopted to collect the data. Out of 250 questionnaires only 194 were received from respondents.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 653-657
Users reading habits in Punjai Puliampatti Ayyan Thiruvalluvar College of arts and science (ATCAS) student: a study
Rameshkumar G, Venkatachalam AM
This paper defines the terms reading and its objectives and important in Arts and Science College. Reading habits among the Arts and Science students are most effective process in enhancing ones knowledge.
Indian Journal of Science, 2015, 21(74), 658-662
Web enabled cloud library system: a conceptual framework
Jayakumar R, Tamilselvan N
In this changing world our life and technology are also having a very dynamic change. We are in the Internet era and it is booming like anything.