International Conference on Academic LibrariesPrint this Page
October 5, 2009
October 8, 2009
The International Conference on Academic Libraries is being organized to come up with a vision for next generation academic libraries in order to meet the challenge of knowledge society, in giving the country a competitive edge in knowledge economy. The conference will provide an international platform to all stakeholders to address all issues of importance to academic libraries, discuss and debate roles that academic libraries can play in the higher education system in developed and developing countries with particular reference to India by 2020.The scope of the conference will be: knowledge sharing, ICT management, digital repository management, e-teaching, e-tutorials, stronger library-faculty relationships, and user centric services.
The conference will provide an opportunities to identify the strengths and gaps in the academic library system, and to suggest new management models, mechanisms, policies, and national and international programmes for reshaping academic libraries into next generation libraries for the higher education.
THE MAJOR THEME: Knowledge Sharing, ICT Management, Digital Repository, E-Teaching, E-Tutorials, Library-Faculty Relationships, and User-centric Services.