Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Consequences Of Digital Library Use On Students And Faculty In West Bengal, India
Moumita Pari , Dr.Arun Modak
An educational facility that provides students with post-secondary education programmes that last either three or four years and culminate in the awarding of a bachelor's degree is typically referred to as an institution of higher learning (also known as a college library). These programmes can last anywhere from one to four years. In addition to the traditional services that it offers, the library also provides new services such as automated circulation, web-OPAC, access to electronic resources 24 hours a day from home, an e-CAS facility, and so on. These new services are in addition to the traditional services that it offers. This is done to bring library services into line with the contemporary period and to fulfil the ever-increasing demand placed on libraries by users in the modern day. There are four separate types of individuals that make up every given library: professional, semi-professional, non-professional, and technical staff. In general, there are four distinct kinds of personnel that make up each particular library. 16 of the country's 42 general education colleges that are either government-run or government-aided were chosen to participate in the study, and 15 of those colleges supplied responses to the questionnaire. The institutions of higher education that took part in our study include three general degree colleges that are operated by the government and twelve general degree colleges that get financial assistance from the government. The survey approach is being utilised to carry out this inquiry, and a questionnaire has been dispatched to each of the educational institutions. The findings of the survey are analysed, and a conclusion is reached through the presentation of the results as well as some recommendations regarding the scope of potential future research in this area.
Library services, Staff formula, College libraries.
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