The roles of library technicians and assistants have changed dramatically in the past twenty years as computers have transformed every area of day-to-day library operations. Computers are used to automate different manual functions. Acquisition, cataloguing of library materials, circulation, cataloguing of library materials, circulation and serials management are now automated in libraries, using available software in the market. The world now experience a digital scenario in which ICT has changed the possibilities of the library job promotions and has brought changes to expected library performances. The book deals with proper and adequate provision of Computerised library services to library users from all disciplines.
Print ISBN: 9781682507681 | 150 $ | 2022 | Hardcover
Subject: Library Science
Editor: Kentaro Matsuzaki
About the editor: Kentaro Matsuzaki is associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and The Faculty of Information & Media Studies. His expertise includes informatics & information management; knowledge management; methods integration; object orientation; process improvement & capability maturity; qualitative research approaches - particularly grounded theory; research philosophy & methods; software engineering; standards and standardization. He has research interest in computer science; information science; design; human-computer interaction; visualization; cognition, learning, and motivation sciences.