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    Issues in Indian languages computing in particular reference to search and retrieval in Telugu language
    (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2009) Devika P. Madalli, Dimple Patel
    The purpose of this paper is to discuss the various issues involved in Indian languages computing, particularly Telugu, like creating, displaying, searching and retrieving digital content. The paper also aims to emphasize the issues involved in retrieval in Indian languages. The complexities presented by the grammar, syntax and morphology of Indian languages are discussed .With existing technologies libraries can now build online catalogues in the language of the documents or build digital repositories with content in various Indian languages.Though a few library automation software like NewGenLib and digital library software like DSpace,etc. are offering Unicode support for Indian languages, they do not allow for different types of search such as truncation search, word variants, etc. The present study is a step towards developingalgorithms for indexing and searching in Indian languages .
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    Program:electronic library and information systems .
    (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011) Venkataramana Peyala
    The purpose of this article is to present the results of a research study conducted to assess the perceptions and opinions of 100 staff working in libraries on the impact of using IT on library housekeeping operations and information services, in eight central university libraries in India.This is a pioneering study on the impact of using IT in the central university libraries in India. The findings of the study would help practising librarians, policy makers,management and the University Grants Commission to promote the use of IT in libraries
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    Library, Collections, Acquisitions & Technical Services
    (Elsevier Ltd., 2021-08-13) Rebecca Schroeder
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    Web-based library services in university libraries in India: An analysis of librarians’ perspective
    (Emarald group publishing limited, 2012-12-08) Madhusudhan Margam ; Nagabhushanam V
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    (cENTRAL LIBRARY , IIT POWAI, BOMBAY, 2021) SR Ganpule ; H S waydone
    The Barcode Technology was introduced in the library of liT Bombay in August 1991. Learning from the experience elsewhere was not possible as no information on the use ofthe technology in a library, particularly of the size of liT Bombay, was available. The existing literature on the state ofthe technology in Indian libraries was too scarce in the first place. Secondly, it was not necessarily relevant in the context of large libraries. There was, a spate of literature discussing 'barcodes' at the theoretical level. But it was hardly useful for taking a crucial decision of introducing the technology in the environment prevailing in the country. The present study, therefore, will be useful for the librarians of large libraries who may be planning to use the technology. It may be stated that ever since its introduction, the technology has never failed and has been yielding the desired results