Volume 21 No 2 (2023)
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Dominance of Web 3.0 Tools in Changing Library Domain: A Study
Abhishek Bora
Abstract
The tremendous change has been witnessed in concepts and practices of using library services since last 10 years. The mix is made of various ideas and services to empower the user. The libraries are prosperity adjusting the arising technologies for the reconciliation of contents and to offer best development types of assistance. Thirst for information is the inspiring component of people which is satisfied by library. In the event that appropriate nourishment is not given to mind, it gets redirected towards negative, destructive and rough activities. Thus, libraries are axis point of wisdom world and have their own character. It is the strongest vehicle for transforming training and creating awareness in people. Especially in scholarly Organizations it is the focal point of fascination for all information gainers as well as information imparters or creators. Social Systems administration resembles a sweeping of atmosphere, which has canvassed the people in its pressure and has impacted their way of life. With the use of ICT tools like Social Systems administration, librarians have connected worldwide and offering types of assistance 24 by 7 per day. Librarians are presently information facilitator's intersection between the new Technologies, Users and Services. Web tools can be made sense of in terms of three F's Fast, Find and Friendly used for three E's Effective, Evaluate and Engage. Web 3.0 is third era of web design that facilitates correspondence, secure information sharing, interoperability, and coordinated effort on the Internet using RSS, Tags, Bookmarks, wikis and so on. While third era tools for example web 3.0 are savvy and portable. Social systems administration sites and Web 3.0 tools have viewed as exceptionally useful to professionals in the library advancement. Library and Information Professionals (Lip's) and different professionals are embracing these tools for professional and personal turn of events. Social systems administration and web 3.0 tools satisfy every one of the five laws of Library Science. This article reports on research that endeavored to figure out how the web 3.0 tools have added to upgrade library services.
Keywords
Digitally Born, DocuTicker, cloud computing, Web 3.0, RSS, Blogs, Mashup.
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