Status of Technological Competencies: A Case Study of University Librarians
Batool, Syeda Hina, Ameen, Kanwal, Library Philosophy and Practice
Social institutions are run by the people for the people comprising a society. They reflect the pace of change in a society, and evolve accordingly. Technological developments have brought enormous changes in fabrication of all kinds of societies. Biological science curriculum centre (2005) defined technology as "A body of knowledge used to create tools, develop skills, and extract or collect materials; the application of science (the combination of the scientific method and material) to meet an objective or solve a problem".
Emergence of modern, high-tech, information society, changing mode of information carriers, and demand from print to digital resources …
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Publication information: Article title: Status of Technological Competencies: A Case Study of University Librarians. Contributors: Batool, Syeda Hina - Author, Ameen, Kanwal - Author. Journal title: Library Philosophy and Practice. Publication date: December 2010. Page number: 1+. © 2009 University of Idaho Library. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.