Library Philosophy and Practice

Articles from February

Agricultural Knowledge Transfer in India: A Study of Prevailing Communication Channels
Agriculture has been a part of human life since the beginning of the human race and the need for agricultural information is probably almost as old as agriculture itself. Babylonian clay tablets have been found that contain agricultural information....
No Longer the Sacred Cow-No Longer a Desk: Transforming Reference Service to Meet 21st Century User Needs
Introduction Twenty years have passed since Ford (1986) asked us to consider reference services without a reference desk. She challenged academic librarians to reflect on whether a reference desk was a vital service or whether it could be replaced...
UGC-Infonet: E-Journals Consortium and Indian Academics: The Right Initiative at the Right Time
Introduction UGC-Infonet E-Journals consortium initiative was undertaken by the Indian University Grants Commission (UGC) to facilitate free access to scholarly journals and databases in all fields and disciplines by the research and academic community...