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IP Indian Journal of Library Science and Information Technology


Collection Development and Management of Smt. Hansa Mehta Library, The M. S University of Baroda


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Author Details : Ranjita N Dash

Volume : 1, Issue : 1, Year : 2016

Article Page : 26-34


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Abstract

This paper attempts to study the collection development and management of Smt. Hansa Mehta library (SHML), The M. S University of Baroda and also to know its collection development for the past five years. The author has described both the Print and Electronic resources available in the library and also discuss about the collection development policy adopted by the library and list out the issues and challenges in developing library collection, particularly in electronic and digital environment. The author has also pointed out the ways and means to adopt need based collection development policy which best suits for providing effective information services to the user community.

Keywords:
Collection Development, E-Resources, Challenges, SHML

How to cite : Dash R N, Collection Development and Management of Smt. Hansa Mehta Library, The M. S University of Baroda. IP Indian J Libr Sci Inf Technol 2016;1(1):26-34

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