Significant Roles and Challenges of Library Professionals in the Internet Era
AbstractInternet has enormous quantity of information with millions of web pages and thousands of news group. The present article discusses about the correlation of library professional and internet in today’s life. Libraries are using the internet mostly for acquisition, cataloguing and reference functions. Library professionals can increase the uses of libraries by providing valuable information of library holdings through internet. The library professionals should keep themselves up to date every moment with the new developments and to meet the diversified queries of the new generations’ users.
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