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CORPORATE LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION CENTRES: A Student’s Handbook Paperback

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$35, Rs 600

About

This book is an inspiring work for other LIS schools to offer a course on corporate libraries. The students after reading this book will be able to get a primary idea about what corporate libraries are. They will be ready to face a modern and unconventional job environment and will be able to perceive as to what the salient features of specialized libraries of a corporate or business schools are.

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Features

  • Simplifies the understanding of the corporate libraries offering innovative services to the readers
    who are generally scattered across various project rooms and locations?
  • A students’ handbook, which prepares them to be very specific and focused on what jobs to take up
    after completing the MLISc program.
  • After studying corporate libraries the MLISc grads can choose to go to corporate and business school libraries for training in the initial stages for a duration of six months to a year and can later be absorbed in an open environment.

Author

Khaiser Jahan Begum: She has obtained an MLISc, Ph.D., from the University of Mysore. She has an MBA from Karnataka State Open University, Mysuru to her credit. She has nearly 40 years of active teaching and research experience at the Department of Library and Information Science, University of Mysore, Mysuru. She has to her credit nearly 250 research papers, 12 books, guided 16 PhDs and 60 MLISc students and has 15 MPhil dissertations on innovative topics in library and information science. Her students are working in the public sector, corporate sector and in the libraries of government and private universities and colleges. Many of them are also working abroad in countries like the United States of America and Australia. She is the recipient of the Karnataka State Librarians’ award. She is also recognized by Rotary, Inner-wheel and a few NGOs for her teaching and research contributions. She has increased the visibility of the department by organizing many user awareness programs, seminars, workshops and hands on training. She is on the editorial board of many journals in the discipline.