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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASICS (THEORY)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASICS (THEORY) BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 1 CONCEPT AND NEED FOR INFORMATION
Structure
1.0 Objectives
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Information and Other Related Concepts - Their Meaning andCharacteristics
1.2.1 News
1 2 2 Data and Information
1 2 3 Knowledge
1.3 Information Generation Process
1.3.1 Research and Development
1.3.2 Surveys and Censuses
1.3.3 Government Activities
1.3.4 Other Activities
1.4 Need for Information
1 4 1 Education and Research
1 4 2 Professionals
1 4 3 Government Activities
1.5 General Observation

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASICS (THEORY) BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 2 LIBRARY ORGANISATIONAL
STRUCTURE
Structure
2.0 Objectives
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Formal and Informal Organisational Structures
2.3 Process of Structuring
2.3.1 Factors Affecting Organisational Structure
2.3.2 Principles of Ogranisations
2.4 Characteristics of Division (Departmentation)
2.5 Organisational Charts

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASICS (THEORY) BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 3 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS)
Structure
3.0 Objectives
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Definition and Meaning of Management Information System
3.3 Scope. Objectives and Purposes of Management Information System
3.4 Characteristics of Management Information System
3.5 Benefits of Management Information System
3.6 Problems and Pitfalls in Developing MIS
3.7 Management Information System for Library and Information Managers

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASICS (THEORY) BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 4 PHYSICAL PLANNING OF LIBRARY
Structure
4.0 Objectives
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Library Building
4.2.1 Preliminary Considerations (Preplanning Activities)
4.2.2 Preparation of a Library Programme/ Proposal
4.2.3 Space Allocation, Utilisation and Management
4.3 Library Furniture
4.3.1 Library Stack
4.3.2 Periodical Display Rack
4.3.3 Card Catalogue Cabinet
4.3.4 Charging Desk
4.3.5 Special Furniture Items
4.4 Library Equipment
4.4.1 Filing Equipment
4.4.2 Record-keeping Equipment
4.4.3 Microform Reading Equipment
4.4.4 Copying Equipment
4.4.5 Non-Conventional Indexing and Filing Equipment
4.4.6 Miscellaneous Supplies and Equipment
4.5 Name and other Sign Boards
4.6 Lighting and Power
4.7 Other Aspects
4.8 Standards Specification

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASICS (THEORY) BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 5 REFERENCE SERVICE
Structure
5.0 Objectives
5.1 Introduction
5.2 What is a Reference Service ?
5.2.1 Meaning and Definition
5.2.2 Nature and Scope
5.3 Need and Purpose of Reference Service
5.3.1 Users' Information Needs
5.3.2 Growth of Libraries
5.3.3 Library Tools and Techniques
5.3.4 Volume and Variety of Documents
5.3.5 Information Technology for Reference Service
5.4 Reference Functions
5.4.1 Responsive Services
5.4.2 Anticipatory Services
5.5 Organisation and Management of Reference Service

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASICS (THEORY) BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 6 CURRENT AWARENESS SERVICES
Structure
6.0 Objectives
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Approaches to Information
6.3 Current Awareness Services and their Types
6.3.1 Contents-by-Journal Service
6.3.2 Docunientation Bulletins or Current Awareness Lists
6.3.3 Research-in-Progress Bulletins
6.3.4 Newspaper Clipping Service
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6 . 4 Selective Dissemination of lnformation (SDI) Service
6.4.1 SDI and Ketmspective Searching
6.4 2 SDI and Current Awareness Services
6.5 SDI System Components
6.6 Functional Phases of SDI
6.6.1 Selection Phase
6.6.2 Notification
6.6.3 Feedback
6.6.4 Modification
6.7 SDI in Recent Years

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASICS (THEORY) BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 7 LITERATURE SEARCH AND DATABASE SERVICES
Structure
7.0 Objectives
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Users Their Information Needs and Literature Search
7.2.1 Reference Service and Literature Search
7.2.2 Need for Literature Search
7.3 Steps in Literature Search
7.3.1 Selection of Sources
7.3.2 Search in Secondary Sources
7.3.3 Search in Other Sources
7.3.4 Recording of References on Information
7.3.5 Presentation of Results
7.3.6 Skills -in Literature Search
7.4 Computer Databases
7.4.1 Indexing and Abstracting Databases
7.4.2 Online Searching
7.4.3 Some Examples of Online Databases
7.4.4 Expansion and Diversification
7.5 General Observations

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASICS (THEORY) BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 8 DOCUMENT DELIVERY SERVICE
Structure
8.0 Objectives
8.1 Introduction
8.2 What is a Document Delivery Service (DDS)?
8.3 Efficiency of the- Document Delivery Service
8.3.1 Speed
8.3.2 Cost
8.3.3 Satisfaction Level
8.4 Document Delivery Service - World Scenario
8.4.1 Historical Perspective
8.4.2 Increase in Demand
8.4.3 Recent Trends
8.5 Problems of DDS and Role of International Organisations
8.6 Document Delivery Service of INSDOC

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