AUTHOR: Vijayakumar Jalagar and Dr. Shrikant G. Karkun
TITLE : OPEN ACCESS E- RESOURCES: A BOON FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
ABSTRACT:With the growth of exchange innovation services, for example, Google Scholar, in conjunction with the expansion in open access content, scientists have the alternative to sidestep academic libraries when they find for and recover insightful data. This situation suggests that academic libraries exist in the contest with these substitute services and with the supporters who utilize them, and therefore, might be disinter mediated from the academic data looking for and recovery process. Drawing from choice and amusement hypothesis, limited discernment, data looking for the hypothesis, reference hypothesis, and social registering hypothesis, this examination researches how academic librarians are reacting as users to changing academic data seeking and gathering practices. Academic Libraries keep on providing a dominant part of academic documentation needs through open access and institutional repositories. In particular, the outcomes show that academic librarians are playing the scholarly communication diversion aggressively.
KEYWORDS:Open Access; Academic Libraries; Information Technology; E-Resources
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