University Library Websites of Maharashtra: Eraj Azeeza Siddiqui/ Mohd. Faizuddin Siddiqui
Content Analysis of Indian Academic Library Websites: N. Vasantha Raju/ N. S. Harinarayana
Improved model for usability evaluation of academic library websites: Mahmud Ahmad Yusuf/ Azrina Kamaruddin/ Abba Babakura
Academic & Special Library Websites in Bangalore City:An Evaluative Study S. Rajani/ P. V. Konnur/ T. A. Mohan
From the founder of the #1 Stephen King news website Lilja´s Library comes a terrifying and deliciously creepy anthology of horror stories, including a rare story from King, classics by Clive Barker and Edgar Allan Poe, a novella by John Ajvide Lindqvist, and many more.
Technology has transformed how libraries, archives, and museums store and display their collections, engage with their users, and serve their communities. The pressure to implement new technologies is constant, but technology that isn´t truly useful to users, staff, and stakeholders can represent a huge investment of time and money that yields little reward. In order to make meaningful technology changes in our libraries, archives, and museums, we need a flexible toolkit that will help information professionals become change leaders, navigating the equally complex variables associated with system specs and human experience or perception. Change management incorporates these concerns into a comprehensive framework. Change management principles form the foundation for this book´s approach to managing technology change. While change will inevitably elicit unexpected situations or complications, cultivating a change management repertoire can help information professionals better identify opportunities for valuable technology change, plan and execute those changes, assess the process, and translate the experience into enriched plans for the future. Whether you have been managing library systems for decades or are an MLIS student, this book is designed to introduce you to change management principles and practical skills that you can apply to your local organization´s needs. Chapters on assessment, communication, and iterative change outline a wide range of skills that can facilitate changes like an ILS migration, makerspace launch, website re-design, or room reservation process overhaul. The condensed case studies integrated throughout the book demonstrate the breadth of technology changes taking place in the field and give first-hand accounts of triumphs and learning experiences. There is universal template that guarantees successful technology change. But a robust change management toolkit can cultivate organizational adaptability and responsiveness that empowers libraries, archives, and museums to make the most of current technology changes and positions them to embrace new ones.
This study presents a bibliometric analysis of LIS faculties of North-East and East region in India. The main objectives of the study is to find out top authors in terms of publications, top cited authors, top G-Index, H-index authors, top cited papers etc. In the present study, we considered the only LIS faculties of Universities from North-East and East region in India, where LIS education offer. The data was collected from Google Scholar using Publish or Perish software. Furthermore, the study was considered only those faculties which were listed in the university website. The Study found the 32 LIS faculty and authors contributed 967 papers from 1980-2017. Out of 967 publications, majority of 452 publications found in the form of journal articles, followed 325 conference papers and 112 book chapters.
Featuring Stephen King, Clive Barker, Stewart O´Nan, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Jack Ketchum, Ramsey Campbell, Brian Keene and many others!Hans-Åke Lilja, founder of Lilja´s Library, has compiled a brand-new anthology of horror stories to celebrate 20 years of running the number-one Stephen King news website on the web! This anthology includes both original stories like a brand-new novella by John Ajvide Lindqvist (Let the Right One In), very rare reprints like The Blue Air Compressor by Stephen King and at least one classic tale that inspired Lilja´s love of the macabre at a very young age! Now, let´s join Lilja.... He´s already waiting for us, there ahead in the darkness.... You see him, don´t you? Just keep walking, you´ll find him soon enough, we promise.... He´s there, shining and waiting for you.... Take his hand and then you, too, will shine in the dark!Table of contents:´Celebrating 20 Years of Lilja´s Library (An Introduction)´ by Hans-Åke Lilja - read by Jacques Roy´The Blue Air Compressor´ by Stephen King - read by Robert Petkoff´The Net´ by Jack Ketchum and P. D. Cacek - read by Pete Simonelli, Madeleine Maby, and Corey Brill´The Novel of the Holocaust´ by Stewart O´Nan - read by Jacques Roy´Aeliana´ by Bev Vincent - read by Madeleine Maby´Pidgin and Theresa´ by Clive Barker - read by Matthew Lloyd Davies´An End to All Things´ by Brian Keene - read by Pete Simonelli ´Cemetery Dance´ by Richard Chizmar - read by Corey Brill´Drawn to the Flame´ by Kevin Quigley - read by Jacques Roy´The Companion´ by Ramsey Campbell - read by Pete Simonelli ´A Tell Tale Heart´ by Edgar Allan Poe - read by Jacques Roy´A Mother´s Love´ by Brian James Freeman - read by Pete Simonelli ´The Keeper´s Companion´ by John Ajvide Lindqvist - read by Corey Brill´Celebrating 20 Years of Lilja´s Library (An Afterword)´ by Hans-Åke Lilja - re 1. Language: English. Narrator: Robert Petkoff, Corey Brill, Jacques Roy, Pete Simonelli, Madeleine Maby, Matthew Lloyd Davies. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hodd/002170/bk_hodd_002170_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.