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A Constructive Survey of Facilities for Teaching Information Technology Papers in LIS Departments of Indian Universities

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  • Mysore University Library, University of Mysore, Manasagangothri, Mysore 570 006, India

Abstract


The paper deals with IT components that are being taught in LIS departments. Furnishes the Information Technology infrastructure/ facilities available in the departments and the lacunae in providing essential lab facilities for conducting practical sessions. The faculty members who can handle IT based papers need essential IT facilities and training in order to render quality education and training.

Keywords

Indian University, Library and Information Science Department, Information Technology Infrastructure, Teaching

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