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Basic Historical and Bibliographical Methods for Librarians

Anurag Shrivastava

252 pages
Arcler Education Inc
History is a major research methodology in library and information science. Library and information science research covers both the media gathered and coordinated as well as those who use these media. Thus, the history of books and printing and other media, the history of the library as an institution, and the history of the use of resources and libraries are all topics within the legitimate domain of library history. Providing an innovative, real-world tactic that makes the research problem and method pertinent and valued to the reader, this book provides a simplistic overview of historical and bibliographical methods used in library and information studies and integrated fields.
Author Bio
Dr. Anurag Shrivastava (Born 1978), is presently working as Assistant Librarian in Jawaharlal Nehru Library, Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh since 07th Jan 2013 and looking after the responsibilities of Coordinator LMS, G-Suite, IRINS, NDL, Shodhganga, Sodhgangotri, eSS, IR and Plagiarism etc. He has to his credit, One Book and more than ten articles published in various journals, edited books and conferences of national and international repute. He is life members of ILA, IASLIC, IATLIS and UPLA. His area of interest is Library Automation and Networking, Internet based resources and services and Information management.