Soft Skills among Library Professionals in Academic and Research Libraries: A Study

  • Aruna Chalapathy H V Library
  • Suresh Jange
Keywords: ICT Skills, Library Leadership, Information Skills

Abstract

In the entire information industry, e-publishing has become quite synonymous as a means to acquire, assimilate and disseminate the needed information. Hence, the libraries gradually dominated e-information sources and this resulted the need for soft skills among librarians. This study is an attempt to highlight the significance of Soft Skills and its relevance among Librarians working in Research libraries of Bangalore covering 103 librarians and accordingly results are reported.

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Published
2018-03-27
Section
Articles