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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. 2nd edition. Contents PART--A Introduction Chap AA Past Practices AB Past Agencies AC Shift in responsibility AD A Family of Books AE Conspectus PART --B Messages for Book Selection BA Messages of Law 1 BB Message of Law 2 BC Message of Law 3 BD Message of Law 4 BE Message of Law 5 BF Joint Compromise Messages of the Five Laws BG Message of the Five Laws and the Status of the Library PART --C CA Change of Outlook CB A Priori Approach CC Pragmatic Approach Chap PART --D First Law of Library Science and book Selection DA First Law DB Physique of the Book DC Printed Page DD Subtle Body or Exposition of the Book DE Illustration as Subtle Body DF Index as Part of the Subtle Body DG Soul ----Standard of Thought DH Soul----Kind of Appeal DJ Bibliography. DK Ordinary Book DL Bibliophilism DM Overall Evaluation DN A Hypothesis DP Humanities DQ Social Sciences DR Arts and Crafts DS Pure Science PART --E Second Law of Library Science and Book Selection EA Second Law EB Individual Want EC Past Wants ED Subject-Scatter EE Standard-Scatter EF Language -Scatter EG Potential Want EH Anticipated Want EJ Reference Book EK Book EL Periodical EM Subnormal Reader PART --F Third Law of Library Science and Book Selection FA Third Law FB Third Law and Second Law FC The New Helping the Old FD Mutual Help FE Responsibility for Book Selection FG Audit Bogey FH Egocentricity PART --G Fourth Law of Library Science and book Selection GA Fourth Law GB Rhythm of Book Selection GC Bibliography GD Arrangement of Entries in Bibliography GE Annotated Bibliography GF Varieties, of Documentation List GG Closed Bibliography GH Indexing Periodical GJ Abstracting Periodical GK Trend Report Periodical GL Reference Books GM Duplication GN Anthology GP Classics PART --H Fifth Law of Library Science and Book Selection HA Fifth Law HB Physique of Books HC New Edition HD Subtle Body: Language HE Soul PART--J Conflict of Laws of Library Science JA Civil War Among the Laws JB Capacity of Shelf and Staff JC Finance and Its Effect JD Administrative Expediency and Its Effect JE Organisational Measures and Resolution of Conflict JF Austerity Measures JG Social Value JH Book Selection and Emergent Evolution PART--K Sources for Book Selection KA Introduction KB Readers` Suggestions KC Book Reviews in Periodicals KD Bibliographies KE National Bibliography KF Trade Catalogues KG Bibliographies of Reference Works KH Bibliographies of Periodical Publications KJ Bibliographies of Abstracting Periodicals KK Bibliographies of Translations KL Sanskrit Series PART --L Routine of Book Selection LA Introduction LB Productivity in Administration LC Planning LD Job Analysis LE Routine LF Elimination of Waste LG Correlation LH Illustration Time Scheme LJ Forms, Registers, Equipment LK Files Index Printed Pages: 436. Seller Inventory # 58910BV

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. The works of the renowned Dr. Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan considered the father of library science in India cover certain facets of library and information science. These library science classics reprinted by Ess Ess Publications make Dr. S.R. Ranganathan`s work available to the current generation of librarians. S. R. Ranganathan, considered by librarians all over the world to be the father of modern library science, proposed five laws of library science in the early 1930s. Most librarians worldwide accept them as the foundations of the philosophy of their work and service in the library. These laws are: Books are for use, Every reader his or her book, Every book its reader, Save the time of the reader, and The library is a growing organism. The Five Laws of Library Science are some of the most influential concepts in the field. Since they were published in 1931, these five laws have remained a centerpiece of professional values. (Rubin 2004). These basic theories of Libr Printed Pages: 482. Seller Inventory # 58940BV

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2008. Softcover. Condition: New. The aim o this book is to serve as such a manual for the semiprofessionals and the honorary workers. It is a popular epitome of the essence of most of the treatises enumerated as the first 26 items in the bibliography at the end of this book. The parts1,2 and 6-on the Laws of Library Science, Public Relation, and Rural Library Service-are also intended to give a helpful orientation to the members of the Local Library Authorities that is, those in the top-management of the District Central Libraries and he Advisory Committees of the branch libraries and ofthe service stations of the libraries . The book as a whole can form the basis of the training to be given to semi-professionals. In fact, in the short period of training expending only to three or four months, the best that can be done will be to train the candidates in effectively using this book in their day-today work in their libraries, with a proper sense of perspective. Thus, this manual has been designed to be a book for the work-table. The instruction in the course for the semi-professionals may also aim at appetizing the trainees to look up some of the basic treatises epitomized in this book, Perhaps, a perusal of the first three parts may induce the top-management ad the honorary workers also to make a study of the Five laws of library science and the Reference service, of which parts1,2,3 and 6 are a rapid summary. Parts 2 and 6 have been newly added and parts 1 and 3 have been expended and completely re-written in this edition, to meet the needs of member of Library Authorities and other honorary workers Printed Pages: 366. Seller Inventory # 58917BV

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. Indian Statistical Instituteibrary-Association" Title="American-Library-Association">American Library Associationndu-University" Title="Banaras-Hindu-University">Banaras Hindu Universityef="./books/Ranganathan" Title="Ranganathan">Ranganathan is World -renowned in the field of Library and information science. There is hardly any aspect of library Science that he has of touched and made significant contributions to it. Hes Five Laws of Library Science laid the foundatins of library and information servicce; and his Prolegomena to Library Classification to Knowledge oranization (Subject structuring, classification and indexing); Dr. Ranganathan received many honours-the National Research Professorship in Library Science in March 1965 conferred by the Goverment of India.: D. Litt ( Honoris causa) by the Delhi U*niversity in 1948 Doctorate in Library Sconce by the University of Pittsburgh in 1964, Padma Shri in 1956; and the Margaret Mann award in 1971 by the American Library Association for his contribution to cataloguing theory and pratice. Born in August 1892, Dr. Ranganathan earned his M A in Mathematics from the Madras. He started as a lecturer in mathematics and Physics in some of the constituent colleges of the Madras University. Chance Events led him to accept the Madras University Librarian`s post in 1924. After a year`s Study at the School of Librarianship and Archives in London, he returned to the Madras University Library and for the next 20 years, worked ceaselessly to make that Library a Model Academic library in 1945 he was invited to the positions of Honorary Professor of Library Science by the Banaras Hindu University (1944-47) then Delhi University (1947-56) and later the Documentation Research and Training Centre (DRTC) of the Indian Statistical Institute at Bangalore (1962-1972) . Earlier he was associated with the establishment of such information Institutions as INSDOC (CSIR) and Documentation Sectional Committee of the Bureau of India Standards. New Delhi. He founded the Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science in 1963. with the objective of promoting research in library science and dissemination of the research results. He wrote more than 2000 research papers about 60 books, and founded and edited five periodical publications during his life-time. Ranganathan passed away on 27 September 1972, leaving indelible marks in most facets of library and information science. Printed Pages: 644. Seller Inventory # 58878BV

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. 3rd edition. Contents: PART -A Introduction Chap AA Preface to Edition 2 by Sayers AB Genesis of Edition 1 (1937) AC Development of Edition 2 (1957) AD Development of Edition 3 (1967) AE Features of Edition 3 (1967) PART -B Summary of Normative Principles BA List of Normative Principles BB List of Canons BC List of Postulates and Principles for Facet Sequence BD List of Principles for Helpful Sequence BE List of Devices PART -C Basic Concepts and Terminology of Classification CA Diagrammatic Approach CB Entity and Universe. CC Division and Group CD Assortment and Class CE Array. Order of Class and of Array CF Chain of Classes CG Measure of Rank CH Filiatory Sequence CJ Analogy of Family of Siddhas CK Analogy of Sorting Boxes CL Scheme of Classis CM Scheme and Schedule for Classification CN Continuous Infinite Universe CP Meaning of Classification CQ Classificationist and Classifier CR Terminology Concerning Ideas CS Sub-Universe of Isolates CT Species of Classification for Subjects CU Enumerative Classification CV Almost-Enumerative Classification CW Almost -Faceted Classification CX Rigidly-Faceted Classification CY Freely-Faceted Classification PART-D Normative Principles DA Levels of Normative Principles DB Laws of Library Science DC Laws of Interpretation DD Law of Impartiality DE Law of Symmetry DF Law of Parsimony DG Law of Local Variation DH Law of Osmosis PART-E Canons for Work in the Idea Plane EA Canons for Idea Plane EB Canons for Characteristic EC Differentiation ED Relevance EE Ascertainability EF Permanence EG Canons for Succession of Characteristics EH Concomitance EJ Relevant Succession EK Consistent Succession EL Canons for Array EM Exhaustiveness EN Exclusiveness EP Helpful Sequence EQ Consistent Sequence ER Canons for Chain ES Decreasing Extension ET Modulation EU canons for Filiatory Sequence PART--F Principles for Helpful Sequence FA List of Principles FB Later-in-Time FC Later in Evolution FD Spatial Contiguity FE Quantitative Measure FF Increasing Complexity FG Canonical Sequence FH Literary Warrant FJ Alphabetical Sequence PART--G Canons for Work in the Verbal Plane GA Introduction GB Context GC Enumeration GD Currency GE Reticence PART -H Notational Plane HA Need for Notational System HB Qualities of Notational System HC Terminology for Notational System HD Capacity of Notational System HE Group Notational System PART-J Canons for Work in the Notational Plane JA Introduction JB Synonym in the Notation al System JC Homonym in the Notational System JD Relativity Vs Uniformity JE Hierarchy Vs Non-Hierarchy JF Mixedness Vs Purity JG Faceted Vs Non-Faceted Notation JH Co-Extensiveness Vs Under-Extensiveness PART -K Canons for Mnemonics KA General Mnemonics KB Alphabetical Mnemonics KC Scheduied Mnemonics KD Systematic Mnemonics KE Seminal Mnemonics PART -L Notational System for a Growing Universe LA Problem in the Notational System for a Growing Universe LB Canons fro Hospitality in Array LC Extrapolation in Array LD Interpolation in Array LE Canons for Hospitality in Chain LF Extrapolation in Chain LG Interpolation in Chain PART -M Planes of Work MA Three Planes of Work MB Work in the Verbal Plane MC Work in the Notational MD Work in the Idea Plane ME Master and Servant Relation PART--N Foci in an Array NA Five Devices NB Chronological Device NC Geographical Device ND Subject Device NE Alphabetical Device NF Enumeration Device PART--P Formation, Structure, and Development of Subjects PA Introduction PB Dissection PC Lamination PD Denudation PE Loose Assemblage PF Superimposition PG Dichotomy PH Decachotomy PJ Polychotomy PK Proliferation PL Grafting PM Development of the Universe of Subject PART-- Q Classification as Transformation QA Parameter and Dimension QB Analogy of Transformation and Mapping QC Mapping the Universe of Professors of One Characteristic QD Mapping the Universe of Professors Printed Pages: 640. Seller Inventory # 58928BV

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Indian Statistical Instituteibrary-Association" Title="American-Library-Association">American Library Associationndu-University" Title="Banaras-Hindu-University">Banaras Hindu Universityef="./books/Ranganathan" Title="Ranganathan">Ranganathan is world-renowned in the field of library and information science. There is hardly any aspect of library Science that he has not touched and made significant contributions to it. His Five Laws of Library Science laid the foundations of library and information service; and his Prolegomena to Library Classification, Colon Classification along with Chain Procedure are seminal contributions to Knowledge Organization (subject structuring, classification and indexing). Dr. Ranganathan received many honours - the National Research Professorship in Library Science in March 1965 conferred by the Government of India.; D. Litt (Honoris Causa) by the Delhi University in 1948; Doctorate in Library Science by the University of Pittsburgh in 1964, Padma Shri in 1956; and the Margaret Mann award in 1971 by the American Library Association for his contribution to Cataloguing theory and practice. Born in August 1892, Dr. Ranganathan earned his M A in Mathematics from the Madras. He started as a lecturer in mathematics and Physics in some of the constituent colleges of the Madras University. Chance Events led him to accept the Madras University Librarian`s post in 1924. After a year`s Study at the School of Librarianship and Archives in London, he returned to the Madras University Library and for the next 20 years, worked ceaselessly to make that Library a Model Academic library. In 1945 he was invited to the positions of Honorary Professor of Library Science by the Banaras Hindu University (1944-47), then Delhi University (1947-56) and later the Documentation Research and Training Centre (DRTC) of the Indian Statistical Institute at Bangalore (1962-1972). Earlier he was associated with the establishment of such information Institutions as INSDOC (CSIR), and Documentation Sectional Committee of the Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi. He founded the Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science in 1963., with the objective of promoting research in library science and dissemination of the reseach results. He wrote more than 2000 research papers, about 60 books, and founded and edited five periodical publications during his life-time. Ranganathan passed away on 27th September 1972, leaving indelible marks in most facets of library and information science. Printed Pages: 678. Seller Inventory # 58890BV

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Soft cover. Condition: New. The works of the renowned Dr. Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan considered the father of library science in India cover certain facets of library and information science. These library science classics reprinted by Ess Ess Publications make Dr. S.R. Ranganathan`s work available to the current generation of librarians. S. R. Ranganathan, considered by librarians all over the world to be the father of modern library science, proposed five laws of library science in the early 1930s. Most librarians worldwide accept them as the foundations of the philosophy of their work and service in the library. These laws are: Books are for use, Every reader his or her book, Every book its reader, Save the time of the reader, and The library is a growing organism. The Five Laws of Library Science are some of the most influential concepts in the field. Since they were published in 1931, these five laws have remained a centerpiece of professional values. (Rubin 2004). These basic theories of Libr Printed Pages: 482. Book. Seller Inventory # 58940BV

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. 2nd edition. Contents: Part I : INTRODUCTION : 1. Past Practices 2. Past Agencies 3. Shift in Responsibility 4. A Family of Books 5. Conspectus Part II : MESSAGES FOR BOOK SELECTION : 1. Messages of Law 1 2. Messages of Law 2 3. Messages of Law 3 4. Messages of Law 4 5. Messages of Law 5 6. Joint Compromise Messages of the Five Laws 7. Messages of the Five Laws and the Status of the Library Part III : LINES OF APPROACH : 1. Change of Outlook 2. A Priori Approach 3. Pragmatic Approach Part IV : FIRST LAW OF Library Science AND BOOK SELECTION : 1. First Law 2. Physique of the Book 3. Printed Page 4. Subtle Body or Exposition of the Book 5. Illustration as Subtle Body 6. Index as Part of the Subtle Body 7. Soul-Standard of Thought 8. Soul-Kind of Appeal 9. Bibliography 10. Ordinary Book 11. Bibliophilism 12. Overall Evaluation 13. A Hypothesis 14. Humanities 15. Social Sciences 16. Arts and Crafts 17. Pure Science Part V : SECOND LAW OF LIBRARY SCIENCE AND BOOK SELECTION : 1. Second Law 2. Individual Want 3. Past Wants 4. Subject-Scatter 5. Standard-Scatter 6. Language-Scatter 7. Potential Want 8. Anticipated Want 9. Reference Book 10. Book 11. Periodical 12. Subnormal Reader Part VI : THIRD LAW OF LIBRARY SCIENCE AND BOOK SELECTION : 1. Third Law 2. Third Law and Second Law 3. The New Helping the Old 4. Mutual Help 5. Some Don`ts 6. Responsibility for Book Selection 7. Audit Bogey 8. Egocentricity Part VII : FOURTH LAW OF LIBRARY SCIENCE AND BOOK SELECTION : 1. Fourth Law 2. Rhythm of Book Selection 3. Bibliography 4. Arrangement of Entries in Bibliography 5. Annotated Bibliography 6. Varieties of Documentation List 7. Closed Bibliography 8. Indexing Periodical 9. Abstracting Periodical 10. Trend Report Periodical 11. Reference Books 12. Duplication 13. Anthology 14. Classics Part VIII : Fifth Law of Library Science and Book Selection : 1. Fifth Law 2. Physique of Books 3. New Edition 4. Subtle Body : Language 5. Soul Part IX : CONFLICT OF LAWS OF LIBRARY SCIENCE : 1. Civil War Among the Laws 2. Capacity of Shelf and Staff 3. Finance and Its Effect 4. Administrative Expediency and Its Effect 5. Organizational Measures and Resolution of Conflict 6. Austerity Measures 7. Social Value 8. Book Selection and Emergent Evolution Part X : SOURCES FOR BOOK SELECTION : 1. Introduction 2. Readers` Suggestions 3. Book Reviews in Periodicals 4. Bibliographies 5. National Bibliography 6. Trade Catalogues 7. Bibliographies of Reference Works 8. Bibliographies of Periodical Publications 9. Bibliographies of Abstracting Periodicals 10. Bibliographies of Translations 11. Sanskrit Series Part XI : ROUTINE OF BOOK SELECTION : 1. Introduction 2. Productivity in Administration 3. Planning 4. Job Analysis 5. Routine 6. Elimination of Waste 7. Correlation 8. Illustration Time Scheme 9. Forms, Registers, Equipment 10. Files Printed Pages: 436. Seller Inventory # 56575BV

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Soft cover. Condition: New. 3rd Edition. Contents: PART -A Introduction Chap AA Preface to Edition 2 by Sayers AB Genesis of Edition 1 (1937) AC Development of Edition 2 (1957) AD Development of Edition 3 (1967) AE Features of Edition 3 (1967) PART -B Summary of Normative Principles BA List of Normative Principles BB List of Canons BC List of Postulates and Principles for Facet Sequence BD List of Principles for Helpful Sequence BE List of Devices PART -C Basic Concepts and Terminology of Classification CA Diagrammatic Approach CB Entity and Universe. CC Division and Group CD Assortment and Class CE Array. Order of Class and of Array CF Chain of Classes CG Measure of Rank CH Filiatory Sequence CJ Analogy of Family of Siddhas CK Analogy of Sorting Boxes CL Scheme of Classis CM Scheme and Schedule for Classification CN Continuous Infinite Universe CP Meaning of Classification CQ Classificationist and Classifier CR Terminology Concerning Ideas CS Sub-Universe of Isolates CT Species of Classification for Subjects CU Enumerative Classification CV Almost-Enumerative Classification CW Almost -Faceted Classification CX Rigidly-Faceted Classification CY Freely-Faceted Classification PART-D Normative Principles DA Levels of Normative Principles DB Laws of Library Science DC Laws of Interpretation DD Law of Impartiality DE Law of Symmetry DF Law of Parsimony DG Law of Local Variation DH Law of Osmosis PART-E Canons for Work in the Idea Plane EA Canons for Idea Plane EB Canons for Characteristic EC Differentiation ED Relevance EE Ascertainability EF Permanence EG Canons for Succession of Characteristics EH Concomitance EJ Relevant Succession EK Consistent Succession EL Canons for Array EM Exhaustiveness EN Exclusiveness EP Helpful Sequence EQ Consistent Sequence ER Canons for Chain ES Decreasing Extension ET Modulation EU canons for Filiatory Sequence PART--F Principles for Helpful Sequence FA List of Principles FB Later-in-Time FC Later in Evolution FD Spatial Contiguity FE Quantitative Measure FF Increasing Complexity FG Canonical Sequence FH Literary Warrant FJ Alphabetical Sequence PART--G Canons for Work in the Verbal Plane GA Introduction GB Context GC Enumeration GD Currency GE Reticence PART -H Notational Plane HA Need for Notational System HB Qualities of Notational System HC Terminology for Notational System HD Capacity of Notational System HE Group Notational System PART-J Canons for Work in the Notational Plane JA Introduction JB Synonym in the Notation al System JC Homonym in the Notational System JD Relativity Vs Uniformity JE Hierarchy Vs Non-Hierarchy JF Mixedness Vs Purity JG Faceted Vs Non-Faceted Notation JH Co-Extensiveness Vs Under-Extensiveness PART -K Canons for Mnemonics KA General Mnemonics KB Alphabetical Mnemonics KC Scheduied Mnemonics KD Systematic Mnemonics KE Seminal Mnemonics PART -L Notational System for a Growing Universe LA Problem in the Notational System for a Growing Universe LB Canons fro Hospitality in Array LC Extrapolation in Array LD Interpolation in Array LE Canons for Hospitality in Chain LF Extrapolation in Chain LG Interpolation in Chain PART -M Planes of Work MA Three Planes of Work MB Work in the Verbal Plane MC Work in the Notational MD Work in the Idea Plane ME Master and Servant Relation PART--N Foci in an Array NA Five Devices NB Chronological Device NC Geographical Device ND Subject Device NE Alphabetical Device NF Enumeration Device PART--P Formation, Structure, and Development of Subjects PA Introduction PB Dissection PC Lamination PD Denudation PE Loose Assemblage PF Superimposition PG Dichotomy PH Decachotomy PJ Polychotomy PK Proliferation PL Grafting PM Development of the Universe of Subject PART-- Q Classification as Transformation QA Parameter and Dimension QB Analogy of Transformation and Mapping QC Mapping the Universe of Professors of One Characteristic QD Mapping the Universe of Professors Printed Pages: 640. Book. Seller Inventory # 58928BV

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About this Item: Ess Ess Pub., 2000. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Introduction to colon classification. 2. Five fundamental categories. 3. Generalia. 4. Generalia bibliography. 5. Library science. 6.Natural science. 7. Mathematics. 8. Physics. 9. Engineering. 10. Chemistry. 11. Technology. 12. Biology. 13. Geology. 14. Botany. 15. Agriculture. 16. Zoology. 17. Medicine. 18. Pharmacognosy. 19. Useful arts.20. Spiritual experience and mysticism. 21. Fine arts. 22. Literature. 23. Linguistics. 24. Religion. 25. Philosophy. 26. Psychology. 27. Education. 28. Geography. 29. History. 30. Political science. 31. Economics. 32. Sociology. 33. Law. "Colon classification is an outstanding contribution of Dr. S.R. Ranganathan. This scheme is being used in large number of Indian libraries for classifying their documents and has been included in all levels of library and information science courses conducted by Indian universities and other institutions. "Colon classification is one of the most scientific and logical schemes based on principles and postulates. However, at times, the rules, principles and postulates are considered to be complex in nature. This book is an attempt to explain the provision in simple language and lucid style. "It is hoped that the book will be helpful in understanding practical steps involved in classifying documents using colon classification." 200 pp. Seller Inventory # 9422

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Mr. Ranganathan`s treatment of the subject is clear, logical and lucid. He has brought to his task extensive Knowledge of the literature on the subject of libraries, personal acquaintance with the methods of management of Libraries in Britain, a trained analytical Intellect and a fervid but enlightened enthusiasm for the Library movement. He has been the pioneer of the library Movement in the Madras presidency and has been carrying on an energetic propaganda to spread it. He knows how to rouse and sustain the Interest of the reader and has produced a very attractive and readable book. I have no doubt it will meet with wide appreciation and soon come to be recognised as a standard text-book of library science. Printed Pages: 458. Seller Inventory # 56571BV

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S R Ranganathan, P Jayarajan

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publication, India, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Works of Dr. Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan (S.R. Ranganathan) need no introduction. They are renowned not because they cover certain facet of library and information science, but because they have been written by the father of library science in india, Dr. Ranganathan. These library science classics have been reprinted to make Dr. Ranganathan's work available to the current generation of librarians and for those to come. This last book by S.R. Ranganathan is a classic on the why, that is, the necessity and role of school library in education for a 'changing world'. About half of the text is devoted to a discussion of educational theory focusing on the centrality of the library in learning and teaching processes (cf. John Dewey, educational philosopher). A thorough analysis of 'what' of the school library.- dealing with each of its constituents: reading materials, human constituents; location, building and furniture. This is followed by several chapters on the 'how' of the school library - promoting reading habit, inspirational reading, reading for pleasure and recreation, imbibing values, social responsibility, personal development, etc. The techniques of organizing library materials and providing services to meet the information needs of different categories of users of the school library and to support the educational role of the library are elaborated. Adequate attention is given to important aspects of management, administration and policy issues. All these are implied by the Five Laws of Library Science as the author points out.√?¬?√?¬?. Seller Inventory # UGH9788170004684

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Indian Statistical Instituteibrary-Association" Title="American-Library-Association">American Library Associationndu-University" Title="Banaras-Hindu-University">Banaras Hindu Universityef="./books/Ranganathan" Title="Ranganathan">Ranganathan is World -renowned in the field of Library and information science. There is hardly any aspect of library Science that he has of touched and made significant contributions to it. Hes Five Laws of Library Science laid the foundatins of library and information servicce; and his Prolegomena to Library Classification to Knowledge oranization (Subject structuring, classification and indexing); Dr. Ranganathan received many honours-the National Research Professorship in Library Science in March 1965 conferred by the Goverment of India.: D. Litt ( Honoris causa) by the Delhi U*niversity in 1948 Doctorate in Library Sconce by the University of Pittsburgh in 1964, Padma Shri in 1956; and the Margaret Mann award in 1971 by the American Library Association for his contribution to cataloguing theory and pratice. Born in August 1892, Dr. Ranganathan earned his M A in Mathematics from the Madras. He started as a lecturer in mathematics and Physics in some of the constituent colleges of the Madras University. Chance Events led him to accept the Madras University Librarian`s post in 1924. After a year`s Study at the School of Librarianship and Archives in London, he returned to the Madras University Library and for the next 20 years, worked ceaselessly to make that Library a Model Academic library in 1945 he was invited to the positions of Honorary Professor of Library Science by the Banaras Hindu University (1944-47) then Delhi University (1947-56) and later the Documentation Research and Training Centre (DRTC) of the Indian Statistical Institute at Bangalore (1962-1972) . Earlier he was associated with the establishment of such information Institutions as INSDOC (CSIR) and Documentation Sectional Committee of the Bureau of India Standards. New Delhi. He founded the Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science in 1963. with the objective of promoting research in library science and dissemination of the research results. He wrote more than 2000 research papers about 60 books, and founded and edited five periodical publications during his life-time. Ranganathan passed away on 27 September 1972, leaving indelible marks in most facets of library and information science. Printed Pages: 644. Seller Inventory # 56564BV

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Dr S.R. Ranganathan

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publisher, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Indian Statistical Instituteibrary-Association" Title="American-Library-Association">American Library Associationndu-University" Title="Banaras-Hindu-University">Banaras Hindu Universityef="./books/Ranganathan" Title="Ranganathan">Ranganathan is world-renowned in the field of library and information science. There is hardly any aspect of library Science that he has not touched and made significant contributions to it. His Five Laws of Library Science laid the foundations of library and information service; and his Prolegomena to Library Classification, Colon Classification along with Chain Procedure are seminal contributions to Knowledge Organization (subject structuring, classification and indexing). Dr. Ranganathan received many honours - the National Research Professorship in Library Science in March 1965 conferred by the Government of India.; D. Litt (Honoris Causa) by the Delhi University in 1948; Doctorate in Library Science by the University of Pittsburgh in 1964, Padma Shri in 1956; and the Margaret Mann award in 1971 by the American Library Association for his contribution to Cataloguing theory and practice. Born in August 1892, Dr. Ranganathan earned his M A in Mathematics from the Madras. He started as a lecturer in mathematics and Physics in some of the constituent colleges of the Madras University. Chance Events led him to accept the Madras University Librarian`s post in 1924. After a year`s Study at the School of Librarianship and Archives in London, he returned to the Madras University Library and for the next 20 years, worked ceaselessly to make that Library a Model Academic library. In 1945 he was invited to the positions of Honorary Professor of Library Science by the Banaras Hindu University (1944-47), then Delhi University (1947-56) and later the Documentation Research and Training Centre (DRTC) of the Indian Statistical Institute at Bangalore (1962-1972). Earlier he was associated with the establishment of such information Institutions as INSDOC (CSIR), and Documentation Sectional Committee of the Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi. He founded the Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science in 1963., with the objective of promoting research in library science and dissemination of the reseach results. He wrote more than 2000 research papers, about 60 books, and founded and edited five periodical publications during his life-time. Ranganathan passed away on 27th September 1972, leaving indelible marks in most facets of library and information science. Printed Pages: 678. Seller Inventory # 56573BV

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N Laxman Rao, S Sudarshan Rao and T V Prafulla Chandra

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About this Item: Ess Ess Pub, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Prof. A.A.N. Raju a profile. I 1. Right to information a fundamental right in a democracy/P.L. Vishweshwar Rao. 2. Pricing of information factors and methods/S. Ally Sornam. 3. Librarian the supreme of information world/Sonal Singh and Surendra Singh. 4. Information gathering habits of biological and physical scientists in a University environment in India a case study of Karnatak University Dharwad/B.S. Maheswarappa and S.G. Karkun. 5. Information services for the academicians and researchers a comparative study of UK USA and India/V. Chaya Devi. II 1. Hypertext/Manorama Srinath and A. Bagavathi. 2. Searching the Web an evaluation of search engines/Suresh Jange and Basavaraj Kademani. 3. IT infrastructure and use of electronic media in Indian Libraries/A. Lakshmana Moorthy and C.R. Karisiddappa. 4. Internet services for libraries/T. Ashok Babu. 5. Internet a boon or a bane for librarians/N.R. Satyanarayana. 6. Role of Information Technology in accessing agricultural information/L.S.R.C.V. Ramesh. 7. Internet its various facets/P. Soma Raju. III 1. Automation of academic libraries problems and issues/C.R. Karisiddappa and V.S. Cholin. 2. Computerization of circulation system a program proposal/U.K. Agarwal. 3. Library automation circulation system (L.A.C.S.)/K. Somasekhara Rao. IV 1. Natural language interface to database/M.S. Subramanian. 2. Micro schedule on physical education a panoramic view/A. Ramasamy and B. Ramesh Babu. 3. Growth of knowledge and structural relations in Ranganathan's Colon Classification/M.P. Satija. 4. Hierarchical retrieval and classification/V. Vishwa Mohan and J. Yadagiri Reddy. V 1. Microforms and their impact on five laws of library science/P. Venkataramana and L.S.R.C.V. Ramesh. 2. Preservation of non book materials/J. Vijaya Kumari. 3. Non book materials among College Libraries in Karnataka state/B.S. Maheswarappa and P.G. Tadasad. VI 1. TQM in library and information centres a conceptual framework/Urmila A. Thaker. 2. Quality of library and information services in the changing information technology environment an evaluation/T.R. B. Sarma and S. Sudarshan Rao. 3. Joy Committee and quality aspects of College librarianship/R. Raman Nair. 4. Human resource planning for academic libraries of Orissa/S.K. Satpathy and R.K. Rout. 5. What and how of information management/S. Seetharama. 6. Sustainable manpower development in library and information centres/Amrit Pal. VII 1. Electronic information sources in the digital library environment/B. Ramesh Babu. 2. Growth pattern of literature in the field of demography/S.L. Sangam and Bharari Tubachi. 3. Scientometric portrait of L.L. Narayana/V.L. Kalyane. VIII 1. Library movement in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka State (India) since independence/A.K. Baradol. 2. The state of public library services in India achievements and failures/L.S. Ramaiah. 3. Developing rural libraries as rural information centers/Velaga Venkatappaiah. 4. Humanities collections in select public libraries in India/M. Kanakachary. IX 1. Libraries of Teacher's Training Colleges in Orissa a study/Sangita Behera. 2. Challenges before the University Libraries in the new economic environment/Dinesh K. Gupta. 3. Library support services to distance learners in India/M. Anjaiah. X 1. Designing curriculum for handling archival documents in University Libraries/S.S. Pal. 2. Continuing Education Programmes (CEPs) for agricultural librarians/T. Rajagopal and K. Veeranjaneyulu. 3. Specialisation in LIS education changing trends and current perspectives/R.S.R. Vara Lakshmi. 4. LIS education and research in West Bengal an overview/P. Barua. 5. Library science a subject as well as a profession/S.D. Vyas. 6. Continuing professional education for the staff in the Zilla Granthalaya Samsthas (ZGSs) in Andhra Pradesh/J. Yadagiri Reddy B. Ramesh Babu and V. Vishwa Mohan. Index. Knowledge Society is an Enlightened Society. To create knowledge society there is a need to collect. Seller Inventory # 50901

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S R Ranganathan

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About this Item: Ess Ess Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Laws of library science. 2. Public relation. 3. Reference service. 4. Circulation work. 5. Work behind the screen. 6. Librachine. 7. Classification. 8. Cataloguing. Annexures. Bibliography. Index. The aim of this book is to serve as such a manual for the semiprofessionals and the honorary workers. It is a popular epitome of the essence of most of the treatises enumerated as the first 26 items in the bibliography at the end of this book. The parts 1 2 and 6 on the laws of library science public relation and rural library service are also intended to give a helpful orientation to the members of the local library authorities that is those in the top management of the district central libraries and the advisory committees of the branch libraries and of the service stations of the libraries. The book as a whole can form the basis of the training to be give to semi professionals. In fact in the short period of training extending only to three or four months the best that can be done will be to train the candidates in effectively using this book in their day today work in their libraries with a proper sense of perspective. Thus this manual has been designed to be a book for the work table. The instruction in the course for the semi professionals may also aim at appetizing the trainees to look up some of the basic treatises epitomized in this book. Perhaps a perusal of the first three parts may induce the top management and the honorary workers also to make a study of the five laws of library science and the reference service of which parts 1 2 3 and 6 are a rapid summary. Parts 2 and 6 have been newly added and parts 1 and 3 have been expanded and completely re written in this edition to meet the needs of members of library authorities an other honorary workers. 366 pp. Seller Inventory # 68416

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K S Raghavan and K N Prasad

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About this Item: Ess Ess, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Knowledge Organization 1. Towards a future for knowledge organization/Ingetraut Dahlberg. 2. Professor Neelameghan's contribution to the advancement and development of classification in the context of knowledge organization/Nancy J. Williamson. 3. Knowledge organization systems over time/S. Seetharama. 4. The facet concept as a universal principle of subdivision/Clare Beghtol. 5. Facet analysis as a knowledge management tool on the internet/Kathryn La Barre and Pauline Atherton Cochrane. 6. The universal decimal classification a response to a challenge/I.C. Mcllwaine. 7. Controlled vocabularies as a sphere of influence/Anita S. Coleman and Paul Bracke. 8. Aligning systems of relationships/Rebecca Green and Carol A. Bean. 9. Terminologies ontologies and information access/Widad Mustafa El Hadi. 10. SATSAN automatrix version I a computer programme for synthesis of colon class number according to the postulational approach/B.G. Satyapal and N. Sanjivini Satyapal. II. Interoperability Digital Library and Information Retrieval 1. Interoperable institutional digital research repositories and their potential for open access and research knowledge management/T.B. Rajashekar. 2. Boundary objects and the digital library/Michael Shepherd and Carolyn Watters. 3. A PFT based approach to make CDS/ISIS database OAI compliant/Francais Jayakanth and L. Aswath. 4. The changing language technology and CDS/ISIS UNICODE and the emergence of OTF/K.H. Hussain and J.S. Rajeev. 5. Text mining in biomedicine challenges and opportunities/Padmini Srinivasan. 6. Determining authorship of web pages/Timothy C. Craven. III. Knowledge Management in Specialized Areas 1. Information system for knowledge management in the specialized division of a hospital/M.C. Vasudevan Murali Mohan and Amit Kapoor. 2. Five laws of information service and architecting knowledge infrastructure for education and development/K.R. Srivathsan. 3. Documentation of compositions in Carnatic music need for and utility of a computerized database/K.S. Nagarajan. 4. Saint Tyagaraja CD a model for knowledge organization and presentation of classical Carnatic Music/T.N. Rajan. 5. The national tuberculosis institute Bangalore recent developments in library and information services/Sudha S. Murthy. 6. Sri Ramakrishna Math libraries computer applications/D.N. Nagaraja Rao. 7. Save the time of the Godly information mediator's role in promoting spiritual and religious accommodation/Mohamed Taher. IV. Information Society 1. Information society information networks and national development an overview/P.B. Mangla. 2. Digital divide in India narrowing the gap an appraisal with special reference to Karnataka/K.N. Prasad. 3. Future of the book will the printed book survive the digital age/K.A. Isaac. 4. Role of traditional librarianship in the internet/digital era/A. Ratnakar. 5. A new paradigm of education system for reaching the unreached through open and distance education with special reference to the Indian initiative/S.B. Ghosh. 6. Knowledge workers of new millennium an instance of interdisciplinary exchange and discovery/Michael Medland. V. The Person and Associated Organizations 1. Professional profile of professor A. Neelameghan excerpts from interview sessions/Hemalatha Iyer. 2. A Neelameghan and UNESCO contributions and remembrances/John Rose. 3. Studies and research in informatics at the Documentation Research and Training Centre (DRTC) ISI Bangalore/I.K. Ravichandra Rao and Bibhuti Bhusan Sahoo. 4. Professor A. Neelameghan/M.A. Gopinath. 5. A Salutation of affection/K.S. Deshpande. 5. Professor A. Neelameghan and the Sarada Ranganathan endowment for library science/K.N. Prasad. Contributing authors. In this volume brought out to honour Prof. A. Neelameghan the editors have put together invited papers from eminent information professionals. The papers represent ongoing research in areas of contemporary interest in knowledge organization digital libraries and. Seller Inventory # 59038

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Ranganathan, S.R.

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S R Ranganathan

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publication, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Foreword. Introduction. 1. The first law. 2. The second law and its struggle. 3. The second law and its digvijaya. 4. The second law and its implications. 5. Extracts form the draft public library bill central authority and local authority. 6. The third law. 7. The fourth law. 8. Stack-room guides. 9. The fifth law. Appendix. Index. "Mr. Ranganathan's treatment of the subject is clear, logical and lucid. He has brought to his task extensive knowledge of the literature on the subject of libraries, personal acquaintance with the methods of management of libraries in Britain, a trained analytical intellect and a fervid but enlightened enthusiasm for the library movement. He has been the pioneer of the library movement in the Madras presidency and has been carrying on an energetic propaganda to spread it. He knows how to rouse and sustain the interest of the reader and has produced a very attractive and readable book. I have no doubt it will meet with wide appreciation and soon come to be recognised as a standard text-book of library science. Seller Inventory # 61008

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S R Ranganathan

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About this Item: Ess Ess Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents I. Introduction Preface. 1. Genesis of edition I (1937). 2. Development of edition 2 (1957). 3. Development of edition 3 (1967). 4. Features of edition 3 (1967). II. Summary of Normative Principles 1. List of normative principles. 2. List of canons. 3. List of postulates and principles for facet sequence. 4. List of principles for helpful sequence. 5. List of devices. III. Basic Concepts and Terminology of Classification 1. Diagrammatic approach. 2. Entity and universe. 3. Division and group. 4. Assortment and class. 5. Array. Order of class and of array. 6. Chain of classes. 7. Measure of rank. 8. Filiatory sequence. 9. Analogy of family of Siddhas. 10. Analogy of sorting boxes. 11. Scheme of classes. 12. Scheme and schedule for classification. 13. Continuous infinite universe. 14. Meaning of classification. 15. Classificationist and classifier. 16. Terminology concerning ideas. 17. Sub universe of isolates. 18. Species of classification for subjects. 19. Enumerative classification. 20. Almost enumerative classification. 21. Almost faceted classification. 22. Rigidly faceted classification. 23. Freely faceted classification. IV. Normative Principles 1. Levels of normative principles. 2. Laws of library science. 3. Laws of interpretation. 4. Law of impartiality. 5. Law of symmetry. 6. Law of Parsimony. 7. Law of local variation. 8. Law of osmosis. V. Canons for Work in the Idea Plane 1. Canons for idea plane. 2. Canons for characteristic. 3. Differentiation. 4. Relevance. 5. Ascertainability. 6. Permanence. 7. Canons for succession of characteristics. 8. Concomitance. 9. Relevant succession. 10. Consistent succession. 11. Canons for array. 12. Exhaustiveness. 13. Exclusiveness. 14. Helpful sequence. 15. Consistent sequence. 16. Canons for chain. 17. Decreasing extension. 18. Modulation. 19. Canons for filiatory sequence. VI. Principles for Helpful Sequence 1. List of principles. 2. Later in time. 3. Later in evolution. 4. Spatial contiguity. 5. Quantitative measure. 6. Increasing complexity. 7. Canonical sequence. 8. Literary warrant. 9. Alphabetical sequence. VII. Canons for Work in the Verbal Plane 1. Introduction. 2. Context. 3. Enumeration. 4. Currency. 5. Reticence. VIII. Notational Plane 1. Need for notational system. 2. Qualities of notational system. 3. Terminology for notational system. 4. Capacity of notational systems. 5. Group notational system. IX. Canons for Work in the Notational Plane 1. Introduction. 2. Synonym in the notational system. 3. Homonym in the notational system. 4. Relativity Vs uniformity. 5. Hierarchy Vs non hierarchy. 6. Mixedness Vs purity. 7. Faceted Vs non faceted notation. 8. Co extensiveness Vs under extensiveness. X. Canons for Mnemonics 1. General mnemonics. 2. Alphabetical mnemonics. 3. Scheduled mnemonics. 4. Systematic mnemonics. 5. Seminal mnemonics. XI. Notational System for a Growing Universe 1. Problem in the notational system for a growing universe. 2. Canons for hospitality in array. 3. Extrapolation in array. 4. Interpolation in array. 5. Canons for hospitality in chain. 6. Extrapolation in chain. 7. Interpolation in chain. XII. Planes of Work 1. Three planes of work. 2. Work in the verbal plane. 3. Work in the notational plane. 4. Work in the idea plane. 5. Master and servant relation. XIII. Foci in an Array 1. Five devices. 2. Chronological device. 3. Geographical device. 4. Subject device. 5. Alphabetical device. 6. Enumeration device. XIV. Formation Structure and Development of Subjects 1. Introduction. 2. Dissection. 3. Lamination. 4. Denudation. 5. Loose assemblage. 6. Superimposition. 7. Dichotomy. 8. Decachotomy. 9. Polychotomy. 10. Proliferation. 11. Grafting. 12. Development of the universe of subjects. XV. Classification as Transformation 1. Parameter and dimension. 2. Analogy of transformation and mapping. 3. Mapping the universe of professors for one characteristic. 4. Mapping the universe of professors for two characteristics. 5. Mapping the universe of sub. Seller Inventory # 58838

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S. R. Ranganathan

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publications, India, 2007. Hardback. Condition: New. Reprint. Language: English. Brand new Book. Works of Dr. Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan (S.R. Ranganathan) need no introduction. They are renowned not because they cover certain facet of library and information science, but because they have been written by the father of library science in india, Dr. Ranganathan. These library science classics have been reprinted to make Dr. Ranganathan's work available to the current generation of librarians and for those to come. This last book by S.R. Ranganathan is a classic on the why, that is, the necessity and role of school library in education for a 'changing world'. About half of the text is devoted to a discussion of educational theory focusing on the centrality of the library in learning and teaching processes (cf. John Dewey, educational philosopher). A thorough analysis of 'what' of the school library.- dealing with each of its constituents: reading materials, human constituents; location, building and furniture. This is followed by several chapters on the 'how' of the school library - promoting reading habit, inspirational reading, reading for pleasure and recreation, imbibing values, social responsibility, personal development, etc. The techniques of organizing library materials and providing services to meet the information needs of different categories of users of the school library and to support the educational role of the library are elaborated. Adequate attention is given to important aspects of management, administration and policy issues. All these are implied by the Five Laws of Library Science as the author points out.√?¬?√?¬?√?¬?√?¬?. Seller Inventory # UGH9788170004677

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Rajendra Mohan Dev Sarma

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, United States, 2019. Paperback. Condition: New. Aufl. Language: English. Brand new Book. Library profession is a very noble profession and through modernizing the library operation and services applying ICT as well as facilitating other best practices, we may be able to fulfill the Five Laws of Library and Information Science enunciated by Dr. S.R. Ranganathan which ultimately aiming at satisfying users demands. The application of ICT enables the library and information professionals to manage the library properly and to provide better facilities, functions and services to meet the present day challenges. The library and information centres should serve their user community by their best collection, in a best possible ways and means at least possible time and cost. A library, by opting best practices especially modernizing their operations and services, through using information technology can satisfy the present day needs of the users accessing through consortium based global information networks. The data received from the college libraries of the study area about state of the art facilities, functions, best practices and users' feedback on those services, functions, facilities etc. have been analysed, illustrated, presented with graphical representation in the book. Seller Inventory # OMN9786200312082

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Ram Shobhit Singh

Published by Anmol, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Anmol, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Five Laws of Library science. 2. Gorman's five new laws. 3. The public library service in new law. 4. Electronic information and integration of libraries. 5. The law of indigenous peoples and librarianship. 6. The information literacy movement. 7. Literacy in the world of electronic information. 8. Acronyms of relevant library organizations. 9. The new law of libraries. Glossary. Bibliography. Index. The five laws of library science are some of the most influential concepts in that field. Since they were published in 1931 these five laws have remained a centerpiece of professional values. These basic theories of library Science continue to directly affect the development of this discipline and the service of all libraries. S.R. Ranganathan's early education was of a mathematic background. This systematic way of thinking he later applied to his work in library science most notably his work on library classification and administration. From the middle of the nineteenth century librarians in the west felt the need and started emphasizing the importance of enhanced services to library patrons. Formulation of the five laws of library science at long last provided a solid and lasting foundation in this direction. The aim of this publication has been to identify and arrange together all these relevant materials on and about the life and works of Ranganthan and impact of Ranganathan's contribution on librarianship comparative librarianship and other aspects of the library and information science. 280 pp. Seller Inventory # 71500

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Edited by N.R. Satyanarayana

Published by Ess Ess Publications (2011)

ISBN 10: 8170006538ISBN 13: 9788170006534

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About this Item: Ess Ess Publications, 2011. Contents Foreword Preface I Ranganathanism 1 Dr SR Ranganathan an inventive genius of the library worldCR Karisiddappa 2 Dr SR Ranganathan a classical trinity of information knowledge and wisdomJR Ramamurthy 3 How Ranganathan is relevant in the present day knowledge societyPSG Kumar 4 Relevance of Ranganathans five laws of library science in the digital environmentAmritpal Kaur 5 Relevance of five laws of library science in the digital eraHirak Kanti Chakraborty 6 Ranganathans five laws and their relevance in present contextMK Arya and VP Khare 7 Implications of Ranganathans fifth law on college libraries in Punjab a studySewa Singh and Gurmej Singh Maan 8 Relevance of five laws of library science in the present day societyDurgesh Gupta 9 Relevance of five laws of library science in the present day societyPratibha Bhimaro Gaikwad and Gautam Namdevrao Gaikwad 10 Application of Ranganathans laws to the webCP Chaudhary and RK Srivastava 11 Relevance of Ranganathans five laws of library science in the digital ageVijeta Faraijia 12 Dr SR Ranganathans five laws their relevance and imperativesMohammad Azeem Siddiqui and Manoj Kumar Kuriya 13 Ranganathans five laws of library science in the knowledge societyBal Ram Sandeep Yadav and Brajesh Kumar 14 Relevance of Ranganathans five laws in modern web eraBalkrishan 15 Relevance of Ranganthans Five laws of library science in the present dayRina Kumari 16 Quality management in library and information services is Ranganathan revisitedDinesh K Gupta 17 Changing face of reference service a study on impact† of RanganathanismGN Vyas and Arjun Singh 18 Relevance of Ranganathanism in information technology eraD Chandran and D Ramesh Babu 19 Ranganathan his multidimensional contribution to library scienceHemant Sharma 20 Contribution to Dr SR Ranganathan for the development of library and library science education in IndiaSarita Verma 21 Relevance of Dr SR Ranganathans principles in research librariesShirish Padhye and GHS Naidu 22 Relevance of five laws of library science in an information technology environmentJitendra Srivastava and RK Sharma 23 Colon classification current trends and future perspectiveSukhdev Singh and MP Satija 24 Colon classification without tearsGD Bhargava 25 Ranganathans philosophy and its relevance in ever changing information technology environment an interpretation of five lawsArjun Singh 26 Knowledge managementSupriya Shukla and Shivakant Mishra 27 A bibliometric analysis of the journal international journal of toxicology 2001-06Ekta Gupta and Rochana Srivastava 28 Information technology and fourth law of library scienceKishore John 29 Ranganathanism and information technologyJyoti Misra and NR Satyanarayana† 30 Five laws their relevance in new information technology environmentAmritpal Kaur 31 Dr SR Ranganathan and reader services in academic librariesGHS Naidu 32 Ranganathans canons of cataloguing and its impact on AACR-IIHN Prasad 33 Relevance of Ranganathans philosophy of librarianship in the age of information technologyHR Chopra II Knowledge society 34 Quality of work life and information professionalsShilipi Verma and KL Mahawar 35 Application of social networking in libraries and information centersBabita Jaiswal 36 Blogs its implications for libraries and information centresJyoti Misra 37 Impact of E-resources in knowledge societyBhaskar Karn and Bal Ram 38 Knowledge mobilization for sustainable developmentBarun Sarkar Aftab Ahmed and RN Mishra 39 Issues and challenges for KM practice in librariesAmitabh Kumar Manglam and Saket Kumar 40 E-GovernanceAbhishek Kumar 41 Knowledge society and E-Governance in IndiaAshok Kumar 42 Survival of the innovator in the new dimensions an overviewShweta Pandey 43 E-Governance definition and its workingPrashant Dixit and AN Dixit 44 Knowledge management and the role of librariesCharu Mishra and Mamta Lal 45 Knowledge management issue concern and challenges in information technology ageSunil Tyagi 46 Knowledge society and its. Seller Inventory # 98296

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