Elements of Information Organization and Dissemination

 
 
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Information organization and dissemination is a key aspect of library and information science (LIS). It is taught in many Library Information Science university programs internationally. There are many books covering different areas of the subject separately, but there is dearth of books covering the whole gamut of the subject. This book covers the entire subject area and incorporates latest developments.


  • Is an overview of the entire subject, covering all relevant areas
  • Bullet points highlight key features in each chapter
  • Written in accessible language, this book is aimed at a wide audience of LIS academics


Professor Amitabha Chatterjee is a well-known name in the sphere of LIS education. He has taught the subject for over 40 years at bachelor's degree level and over 35 years at master's degree level in different universities. He retired as Professor and Head of the Department of Library & Information Science, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. Professor Chatterjee has edited six journals and has published seven books.
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  • Front Cover
  • Elements of Information Organization and Dissemination
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • A Background
  • A.1 Introduction
  • A.2 Concept of IOD
  • A.3 Need for IOD
  • A.4 Role of IOD
  • A.5 Nomenclature
  • A.5.1 Other Names
  • A.6 Definition of Documentation
  • A.6.1 New Dimension
  • A.6.2 Clear Scope
  • A.6.3 New Context
  • A.7 Main Facets
  • A.7.1 Differences
  • A.8 IOD Activities
  • References
  • B Information Sources
  • B.1 Introduction
  • B.2 Genesis of IS
  • B.3 Varieties of IS
  • B.3.1 Human Information Sources
  • B.3.2 Institutional Information Sources
  • B.3.3 Documentary Information Sources (DIS)
  • B.3.3.1 Definition
  • B.3.3.2 Recording Media and Technology
  • B.3.3.3 Media of Presentation
  • Advantages of IS in Print Medium
  • Advantages of IS in Digital Medium
  • B.3.3.4 Categories of DIS
  • Binary Division
  • Trinary Division
  • Quaternary Division
  • B.3.3.5 Characteristics of DIS
  • Primary Information Sources
  • Secondary Information Sources
  • Tertiary Information Sources
  • Differences Between DIS
  • B.3.3.6 Nature of Printed DIS
  • Book
  • Periodical
  • Report
  • Pamphlet
  • Research Paper
  • Conference Paper
  • Guide to Literature
  • Patent Literature
  • Standard
  • Specification
  • Trade Literature
  • Manuscript
  • Government Publication
  • B.3.3.7 Nature of Non-printed DIS
  • Electronic Publications
  • Databases
  • Internet/Web Resources
  • B.3.3.8 Gray Literature
  • Characteristics of GL
  • Types of GL
  • B.4 Importance of IS
  • References
  • C Information Users
  • C.1 Introduction
  • C.2 User
  • C.2.1 User Community
  • C.2.2 Types of User
  • C.3 User Study (US)
  • C.3.1 Types and Scope of US
  • C.3.2 Need of US
  • C.3.3 Objectives of US
  • C.3.4 User Characteristics
  • C.3.5 Benefits of User Study
  • C.3.6 Guidelines for US
  • C.4 Information Need
  • C.4.1 Basis of Need
  • C.4.2 Affecting Factors
  • C.4.3 Types of Need
  • C.4.4 Need Identification
  • C.4.4.1 Objective of Identification
  • C.4.4.2 Methods of Identification
  • C.4.5 Conceptual Model
  • C.5 Information Behavior
  • C.6 Information Seeking
  • C.6.1 Relation With Information Retrieval
  • C.6.2 Affecting Factors
  • C.6.3 Modes of Information Seeking
  • C.6.4 Information Seeking Models
  • C.6.4.1 Self-Help Model
  • C.6.4.2 Behavioral Model
  • C.6.4.3 Information Search Process Model
  • C.6.4.4 Information Behavior Models
  • Upgradation of Wilson Model
  • C.6.5 Information Process Model
  • C.6.5.1 Big Six Skills Model
  • C.6.6 Online Information Seeking
  • References
  • D User Empowerment (UEm)
  • D.1 Introduction
  • D.2 Scope of UEm
  • D.3 Methods of UEm
  • D.4 Information Literacy
  • D.4.1 Concept of IL
  • D.4.1.1 Definition of IL
  • D.4.1.2 Scope of IL
  • D.4.2 Need for IL
  • D.4.3 Related Concepts
  • D.4.4 Components of IL
  • D.4.5 Methods of IL
  • D.4.5.1 IL Models
  • D.4.6 IL Standards
  • D.4.7 IL Initiatives
  • D.4.7.1 Initiatives in European Region
  • D.4.7.2 Initiatives in African Region
  • D.4.7.3 Initiatives in Asian Region
  • D.4.7.4 Initiatives in Oceania Region
  • D.4.7.5 International Initiatives
  • D.5 User Education (UEd)
  • D.5.1 Need for UEd
  • D.5.2 Objectives of UEd
  • D.5.3 Prerequisites for UEd
  • D.5.4 Levels of UEd
  • D.5.5 Methods of UEd
  • D.5.6 Designing UEd Program
  • D.5.7 Evaluation of UEd Program
  • D.5.8 Benefits of UEd
  • References
  • E Organization of Information
  • E.1 Introduction
  • E.2 Two Phases
  • E.3 Identification of Need
  • E.4 Compilation of Retrieval AIDS/IACR Products
  • E.4.1 Activities Involved
  • E.5 Characteristics
  • E.6 Importance
  • References
  • F Information Service
  • F.1 Introduction
  • F.2 Four Phases
  • F.3 Understanding User Needs
  • F.4 Searching
  • F.5 Making Presentable
  • F.6 Transmission
  • F.7 Characteristics of Information Service
  • F.8 Information Service in Digital Environment
  • F.8.1 Understanding User Needs
  • F.8.2 Search Strategy Formulation
  • F.8.3 Searching and Dissemination
  • F.9 Importance of Information Service
  • References
  • G Current Awareness Service
  • G.1 Introduction
  • G.2 Current Approach
  • G.3 Definition of CAS
  • G.3.1 Comprehensive View
  • G.4 Need for CAS
  • G.5 Characteristics of CAS
  • G.6 Prerequisites of CAS
  • G.7 Media of CAS
  • G.8 New Media of CAS
  • G.8.1 Current Awareness List
  • G.8.1.1 Compiling Agencies
  • G.8.1.2 Arrangement of Contents
  • G.8.2 Current Contents
  • G.8.3 Routing of Periodicals
  • G.8.4 Selective Dissemination of Information
  • G.8.5 Research-in-progress
  • G.8.6 Forthcoming Meetings
  • G.8.7 News Clipping Service
  • G.9 Importance of CAS
  • G.10 Current Trend
  • References
  • H Selective Dissemination of Information
  • H.1 Introduction
  • H.2 Definition of SDI
  • H.3 Need and Objectives of SDI
  • H.4 Characteristics of SDI
  • H.5 Work-Flow of SDI
  • H.5.1 Users' Profiles
  • H.5.2 Documents' Profiles
  • H.5.3 Profile Matching
  • H.5.4 Notification
  • H.5.5 Feedback
  • H.5.6 Readjustment
  • H.6 Operation of SDI
  • H.7 Advantages of SDI
  • H.8 Disadvantages of SDI
  • H.9 SDI Service Providers
  • H.10 SDI as CAS
  • References
  • I Index and Indexing
  • I.1 Introduction
  • I.2 Evolution of Index
  • I.3 Need of Index
  • I.4 Definition of Index
  • I.4.1 Characteristics of Index
  • I.4.2 Difference from Bibliography
  • I.4.3 Types of Index
  • I.4.4 Attributes of Index
  • I.5 Indexing
  • I.5.1 Book Indexing
  • I.5.2 Subject Indexing
  • I.6 Indexing Ideas
  • I.6.1 Cutter: Idea of Specific Subject
  • I.6.2 Kaiser: Components of Compound Subject
  • I.6.3 Coats: Significant Component
  • I.6.4 Ranganathan: Categories
  • I.6.5 Farradane: Relational Operators
  • I.6.6 Sharp: Selective Combination
  • I.7 Indexing Language
  • I.8 Indexing Process
  • I.9 Effectiveness of Index
  • I.10 Advantages of Index/Indexing
  • References
  • J Indexing Language
  • J.1 Introduction
  • J.2 Natural Language (NL)
  • J.3 Indexing Language (IL)
  • J.3.1 Difference from NL
  • J.4 Types of SIL
  • J.5 Attributes of SIL
  • J.5.1 Vocabulary Control
  • J.5.2 Concept Coordination
  • J.5.3 Multiple Accesses
  • J.5.4 Syndetic Devices
  • J.5.5 Relation Manifestation
  • J.5.5.1 Paradigmatic Relation
  • J.5.5.2 Syntagmatic Relation
  • J.5.6 Structural Presentation
  • J.6 Theory of SIL
  • J.6.1 SIL as Classificatory Language
  • J.6.2 Features of SIL
  • J.6.3 Postulates and Working Concepts
  • J.6.4 Deep Structure of SIL
  • J.6.4.1 Postulates of Deep Structure
  • J.6.5 Implications of General Theory of SIL
  • References
  • K Controlled Vocabulary (CV)
  • K.1 Introduction
  • K.2 Definition of CV
  • K.3 Characteristics of CV
  • K.4 Types of CV
  • K.4.1 Subject Authority List
  • K.4.2 Taxonomy
  • K.4.3 Subject Heading List
  • K.4.4 Classification Scheme
  • K.4.5 Thesaurus
  • K.4.5.1 Definition of Thesaurus
  • K.4.5.2 Difference from S H List
  • K.4.5.3 Similar Tools and Concepts
  • K.4.5.4 Scope and Size of Thesaurus
  • K.4.5.5 Need and Characteristics of Thesaurus
  • K.4.5.6 Types of Thesaurus
  • K.4.5.7 Internal Structure of Thesaurus
  • K.4.5.8 Relationships Between Terms
  • K.4.5.9 Display of Relations
  • Display Using Abbreviations
  • Display Using Symbols
  • Graphic Display
  • Tree Structure
  • Arrowgraph
  • Euler Diagram
  • Format of Display
  • K.4.5.10 Method of Compilation
  • K.4.5.11 Advantages of Thesaurus
  • K.4.5.12 Use of Thesaurus
  • K.4.5.13 Evaluation of Thesaurus
  • K.4.6 Ontology
  • K.4.7 Synonym Ring List
  • K.4.8 Folksonomy
  • K.5 Advantages of CV
  • K.6 Disadvantages of CV
  • References
  • L Indexing Methods
  • L.1 Introduction
  • L.2 Elements of Indexing
  • L.2.1 Approach Terms
  • L.2.2 Term Order
  • L.2.3 Controlled Vocabulary
  • L.2.4 Arrangement of Entries
  • L.3 Types of Indexing
  • L.3.1 Assigned Indexing
  • L.3.1.1 Pre-coordinate Indexing
  • L.3.1.2 Post-coordinate Indexing
  • L.3.1.3 Difference
  • L.3.2 Derived Indexing
  • L.4 Graphic Representation
  • L.5 Automatic Indexing
  • L.5.1 Comparative Advantages/Disadvantages
  • L.6 Selection
  • References
  • M Assigned Indexing
  • M.1 Introduction
  • M.2 Chain Indexing (CI)
  • M.2.1 Breaking of Class Number
  • M.2.2 Indication of Links
  • M.2.3 Backward Rendering
  • M.2.4 Cross-References
  • M.2.4.1 Coates's Modification
  • M.2.5 Filing
  • M.2.6 Modified CI
  • M.2.6.1 Job's Modification
  • M.2.7 Advantages of CI
  • M.2.8 Disadvantages of CI
  • M.3 PRECIS
  • M.3.1 Format and Structure
  • M.3.1.1 Primary Notions
  • M.3.1.2 Approach Term
  • M.3.1.3 Three-Part Format
  • M.3.2 Generation of Entries
  • M.3.3 Role Operators
  • M.3.4 Codes
  • M.3.5 String Making
  • M.3.6 Final Entries
  • M.3.7 Advantages of PRECIS
  • M.3.8 Disadvantages of PRECIS
  • M.4 POPSI
  • M.4.1 Basis of POPSI
  • M.4.2 Different Versions
  • M.4.3 Subject-Proposition
  • M.4.4 Syntactical Structure
  • M.4.5 Indexing Steps
  • M.4.6 Advantages of POPSI
  • M.4.7 Disadvantages of POPSI
  • M.5 Uniterm Indexing
  • M.5.1 Uniterms
  • M.5.2 Indexing Process
  • M.5.3 Searching Process
  • M.5.4 Advantages of UNITERM
  • M.5.5 Disadvantages ?of UNITERM
  • M.5.6 Solutions
  • References
  • N Derived Indexing
  • N.1 Introduction
  • N.2 KWIC
  • N.2.1 Indexing Process
  • N.2.2 Format and Structure
  • N.2.3 Advantages of KWIC
  • N.2.4 Disadvantages of KWIC
  • N.2.5 Variants of KWIC
  • N.3 Citation Indexing
  • N.3.1 Underlying Principles
  • N.3.2 Genesis of Citation Index
  • N.3.3 Definition of Citation Index
  • N.3.4 Characteristics of Citation Index
  • N.3.5 Difference from Other Indexes
  • N.3.6 Indexing Process
  • N.3.7 Advantages of Citation Index
  • N.3.7.1 Direct Advantages
  • N.3.7.2 Indirect Advantages
  • N.3.8 Criticism of Citation Indexes
  • N.3.9 Usefulness of Citation Index
  • N.4 Science Citation Index (SCI)
  • N.4.1 Coverage of SCI
  • N.4.2 Parts of SCI
  • N.4.3 Examples from SCI
  • References
  • O Information Consolidation
  • O.1 Introduction
  • O.2 Meaning and Scope
  • O.2.1 Information Analysis
  • O.2.2 Information Consolidation
  • O.2.3 Information Repackaging
  • O.3 IACR Products/Services
  • O.4 Methodology of IACR
  • O.5 Advantages of IACR
  • O.6 Abstracting
  • O.6.1 Types of Abstract
  • O.6.1.1 Indicative Abstract
  • O.6.1.2 Informative Abstract
  • O.6.1.3 Informative-Indicative Abstract
  • O.6.1.4 Difference
  • O.6.1.5 Other Types
  • O.6.1.6 Modular Content Analyses
  • O.6.1.7 Basis of Selection
  • O.6.2 Qualities of Abstract
  • O.6.3 Style, Content, and Length
  • O.6.3.1 Style of Abstract
  • O.6.3.2 Content of Abstract
  • O.6.3.3 Extent of Coverage
  • O.6.3.4 Exclusions
  • O.6.3.5 Length of Abstract
  • O.6.4 Format of Presentation
  • O.6.4.1 Citation
  • O.6.4.2 Abstract Proper
  • O.6.4.3 Abstractor's Code
  • O.7 Abstracting Process
  • O.7.1 Identification
  • O.7.2 Organization
  • O.7.3 Writing
  • O.8 Guidelines for Abstracting
  • O.8.1 General Guidelines
  • O.8.2 Language Guidelines
  • O.8.3 Uniformity and Consistency
  • O.9 Pre-Natal Abstracting
  • O.10 Abstractor
  • O.10.1 Pre-requisites
  • O.11 Abstracting Service
  • O.12 Advantages of Abstracts
  • References
  • P Documentation List
  • P.1 Introduction
  • P.2 Definition of DL
  • P.2.1 Characteristics of DL
  • P.2.2 Difference From Bibliography
  • P.3 Need of DL
  • P.4 History of DL
  • P.5 Attributes of DL
  • P.6 Types of DL
  • P.6.1 Bare List
  • P.6.1.1 Library Bulletin
  • P.6.1.2 Current Awareness List
  • P.6.1.3 Current Contents
  • P.6.1.4 Ad Hoc List
  • P.6.1.5 Index
  • P.6.2 Enriched Lists
  • P.6.2.1 Annotated List
  • P.6.2.2 List With Abstracts
  • P.6.2.3 Review of Progress
  • P.6.2.4 News Digest
  • P.6.2.5 Collectanea
  • P.7 Coverage of DL
  • P.7.1 Area of Origin
  • P.7.2 Subject Coverage
  • P.7.3 Period of Production
  • P.7.4 Language Coverage
  • P.7.5 Level of Treatment
  • P.7.6 Users to Be Served
  • P.7.6.1 International List
  • P.7.6.2 National List
  • P.7.6.3 Local List
  • P.7.6.4 Anticipatory List
  • P.7.6.5 List on Demand
  • P.8 Periodicity ?of DL
  • P.9 Method of Compilation
  • P.9.1 Selection
  • P.9.2 Scope and Coverage
  • P.9.3 Scanning
  • P.9.4 Entry Making
  • P.9.5 Arrangement
  • P.9.6 Index Making
  • P.9.7 Final Copy
  • P.10 Advantages of DL
  • References
  • Q Translation Service (TS)
  • Q.1 Introduction
  • Q.2 Meaning of Translation
  • Q.3 Need of TS
  • Q.4 Demand for TS
  • Q.5 Kinds of Translation
  • Q.6 Who's Job?
  • Q.6.1 Professional Translator
  • Q.6.1.1 Qualifications
  • Q.6.1.2 Translators' Register
  • Q.6.2 Translation Agency
  • Q.7 Machine Translation
  • Q.8 Translation Pool
  • Q.8.1 Important Pools
  • Q.8.2 Translation Indexes
  • Q.9 Cover-to-Cover Translation
  • Q.10 Librarian's Role
  • References
  • R Document Delivery Service (DDS)
  • R.1 Introduction
  • R.2 Document Delivery
  • R.2.1 Characteristics of DDS
  • R.2.2 Process of DDS
  • R.2.3 Media of Delivery
  • R.2.4 Prerequisites
  • R.3 Inter-Library Lending
  • R.4 Photocopy Supply
  • R.4.1 Reprographic Techniques
  • R.4.1.1 Xerography
  • Digital Machines
  • R.5 Soft Copy Supply
  • R.6 Legal Aspect
  • R.6.1 Right of Author
  • R.6.2 International Convention
  • R.6.3 Fair Use
  • R.6.4 Legal Provisions
  • R.7 Librarian's Role
  • R.7.1 Organization
  • R.7.2 Liaison Work
  • R.8 DDS Providers
  • R.8.1 British Library Endeavor
  • R.8.2 Private DDS Providers
  • References
  • S Community Information Service (CIS)
  • S.1 Introduction
  • S.2 Community Information (CI)
  • S.3 Community Information Center (CIC)
  • S.3.1 Transformation of CIC
  • S.4 Concept of CIS
  • S.4.1 Need for CIS
  • S.4.2 Characteristics of CIS
  • S.4.3 Components of CIS
  • S.4.4 Thrust Areas of CIS
  • S.5 Advantages of CIS
  • S.6 Digital CIS
  • S.6.1 Organization of Digital CIS
  • S.7 CIS Scenario
  • S.7.1 CIS in Americas
  • S.7.2 CIS in Europe
  • S.7.2.1 CIS in Nordic Countries
  • S.7.3 CIS in Africa
  • S.7.3.1 Northern Africa
  • S.7.3.2 Southern Africa
  • S.7.3.3 Eastern Africa
  • S.7.3.4 Western Africa
  • S.7.4 CIS in Oceania Region
  • S.7.5 CIS in Asian Region
  • S.7.5.1 CIS in India
  • Government/Semi-Government Initiatives
  • NGO Sponsored Schemes
  • Corporate Initiatives
  • References
  • T Evaluation of Information Service
  • T.1 Introduction
  • T.2 Concept of Evaluation
  • T.2.1 Types of Evaluation
  • T.3 Need for Evaluation
  • T.4 Objectives of Evaluation
  • T.5 Levels of Evaluation
  • T.6 Method of Evaluation
  • T.6.1 Pre-Evaluation Considerations
  • T.6.2 User-Oriented Criteria
  • T.6.3 Other Criteria
  • T.6.4 Steps in Evaluation
  • T.6.4.1 Defining the Scope of Evaluation
  • T.6.4.2 Designing of Evaluation Program
  • T.6.4.3 Execution of the Evaluation
  • T.6.4.4 Analysis and Interpretation of Results
  • T.6.4.5 Modification/Replacement of Service
  • T.7 Involvement of Users
  • References
  • U Information Centers
  • U.1 Introduction
  • U.2 Definition of IC
  • U.3 Need for IC
  • U.4 Types of IC
  • U.4.1 By Ownership
  • U.4.2 By Specialization
  • U.4.3 By Level
  • U.4.4 Variants of IC
  • U.5 Functions of IC
  • U.6 International ICs
  • U.6.1 WAICENT
  • U.6.1.1 Objectives of WAICENT
  • U.6.1.2 Scope of WAICENT
  • U.6.1.3 Components of WAICENT
  • U.6.1.4 Functions of WAICENT
  • U.6.1.5 Resources of WAICENT
  • Open Archive
  • Databases
  • Websites
  • U.6.1.6 Other Activities of WAICENT
  • U.6.2 UN Documentation Center on Water
  • U.6.3 European Documentation Centers
  • U.7 National ICs
  • U.7.1 NIC of Russia (VINITI)
  • U.7.1.1 Objectives of VINITI
  • U.7.1.2 Activities of VINITI
  • U.7.2 NIC of Canada (NSL)
  • U.7.2.1 Activities of NSL
  • U.7.3 NIC of Belgium (NCSATD)
  • U.7.4 NIC of Greece (EKT)
  • U.7.5 NIC of Hungary (BME OMIKK)
  • U.7.6 NIC of China (ISTIC)
  • U.7.6.1 Activities of ISTIC
  • U.7.7 NIC of Japan (JST)
  • U.7.7.1 Activities of JST
  • U.7.8 NIC of Thailand (TNDC)
  • U.7.9 NIC of Pakistan (PASTIC)
  • U.7.9.1 Objectives of PASTIC
  • U.7.9.2 Activities of PASTIC
  • U.7.10 NIC of Bangladesh (BANSDOC)
  • U.7.10.1 Objectives of BANSDOC
  • U.7.10.2 Activities of BANSDOC
  • U.7.11 NICs in India
  • U.7.11.1 NISCAIR
  • Objectives of NISCAIR
  • Activities of NISCAIR
  • Services of NISCAIR
  • Special Responsibilities
  • Important Projects
  • U.7.11.2 NASSDOC
  • Objectives of NASSDOC
  • Activities of NASSDOC
  • U.7.11.3 DESIDOC
  • Objectives of DESIDOC
  • Activities of DESIDOC
  • U.7.11.4 SENDOC
  • Objectives of SENDOC
  • Activities of SENDOC
  • References
  • V Information Systems and Networks
  • V.1 Introduction
  • V.2 Work-Flow
  • V.3 Types of Information System
  • V.4 Orientation of System
  • V.5 Centralized Systems
  • V.5.1 MEDLARS
  • V.5.1.1 Phases of Development
  • V.5.1.2 MEDLINE
  • V.5.2 OCLC
  • V.5.2.1 Objectives of OCLC
  • V.5.2.2 Products and Services
  • V.6 Collaborative Systems
  • V.6.1 International Information Systems
  • V.6.1.1 UNISIST
  • Importance of UNISIST
  • Organization of UNISIST
  • Objectives and Scope of UNISISIT
  • Functions of UNISIST
  • Achievements of UNISIST
  • Present Status of UNISIST
  • V.6.1.2 INIS
  • Mission and Objectives of INIS
  • Characteristics of INIS
  • Structure of INIS
  • Workflow of INIS
  • INIS Products
  • Strong Points of INIS
  • V.6.1.3 AGRIS
  • AGRINDEX
  • Scope and Coverage of AGRIS
  • Work-Flow of AGRIS
  • CD-ROM Products
  • Other Products/Services
  • New Developments
  • V.6.1.4 DEVSIS
  • Objectives of DEVSIS
  • Coverage of DEVSIS
  • Structure and Function
  • Services of DEVSIS
  • Progress of DEVSIS
  • DEVINSA
  • V.6.1.5 INFOTERRA
  • Structure of INFOTERRA
  • Activities of INFOTERRA
  • Products of INFOTERRA
  • V.6.1.6 Other International Systems
  • AgNIC
  • APINMAP
  • ARKISYST
  • ASFIS
  • ASTINFO
  • CARIS
  • COMNET
  • GINC
  • HeLLIS
  • ISONET
  • ISORID
  • POPIN
  • RLIN
  • WLN
  • V.6.2 National Information Systems
  • V.6.2.1 NATIS
  • Characteristics of NATIS
  • Structure of NATIS
  • Functions of NATIS
  • Current Status
  • V.6.2.2 NISSAT
  • Genesis of NISSAT
  • Objectives of NISSAT
  • Organizational Features
  • Main Functions
  • Progress of Work
  • Closure of Project
  • V.6.2.3 ENVIS
  • Objectives of ENVIS
  • Structure of ENVIS
  • Functions of ENVIS
  • Special Tasks
  • V.6.2.4 BTISnet
  • Objectives of BTISnet
  • Structure of BTISnet
  • Activities of BTISnet
  • NEBInet
  • V.6.2.5 INFLIBNET
  • Objectives of INFLIBNET
  • Mission and Vision of INFLIBNE
  • Goals of INFLIBNET
  • Functions of INFLIBNET
  • Activities of INFLIBNET
  • V.6.2.6 DELNET
  • Objectives of DELNET
  • Activities of DELNET
  • Important Projects
  • V.6.2.7 ARISNET
  • V.6.2.8 City-Based Networks
  • ADINET
  • BONET
  • CALIBNET
  • MALIBNET
  • MYLIBNET
  • PUNE-NET
  • References
  • W Promotion of IOD Activities
  • W.1 Introduction
  • W.2 Role of UN Agencies
  • W.2.1 UNESCO
  • W.2.1.1 UNISIST Programme
  • W.2.1.2 NATIS Programme
  • W.2.1.3 General Information Programme
  • W.2.1.4 Information for All Programme
  • W.2.1.5 Information Exchange
  • Broad Schemes
  • Specialized Networks
  • W.2.1.6 Information Service
  • W.2.2 FAO
  • W.2.2.1 Setting Up of WAICENT
  • W.2.2.2 Setting Up of Information Systems
  • W.2.2.3 Creation of Open Archive
  • W.2.2.4 Creation of FAO Website
  • W.2.2.5 AGORA Programme
  • W.2.2.6 Development of Standards/Methodologies/Tools
  • W.2.2.7 Facilitation of Information Access
  • W.2.2.8 Clearing House for Standards
  • W.2.3 Other UN Agencies
  • W.3 Role of Other International Agencies
  • W.3.1 World Bank
  • W.3.2 European Commission
  • W.3.3 IDRC
  • W.4 Role of International Professional Bodies
  • W.4.1 FID
  • W.4.1.1 Organizational Structure of FID
  • W.4.1.2 Objectives of FID
  • W.4.1.3 Functions of FID
  • W.4.1.4 Commissions and Committees
  • W.4.1.5 Publications of FID
  • W.4.1.6 Cooperation With Other Bodies
  • W.4.1.7 Discontinuation of FID
  • W.4.2 IFLA
  • W.4.2.1 Objectives of IFLA
  • W.4.2.2 Core Values of IFLA
  • W.4.2.3 Structure of IFLA
  • W.4.2.4 Core Activities of IFLA
  • W.4.2.5 Other Activities of IFLA
  • W.5 Role of National Agencies
  • W.5.1 CILIP
  • W.5.1.1 Objectives of CILIP
  • W.5.1.2 Activities of CILIP
  • W.5.2 ASLIB
  • W.5.2.1 Objectives of ASLIB
  • W.5.2.2 Activities of ASLIB
  • W.5.2.3 Transformation of ASLIB
  • W.5.3 ALA
  • W.5.3.1 Action Areas of ALA
  • W.5.3.2 Activities of ALA
  • W.5.4 SLA
  • W.5.4.1 Activities of SLA
  • W.5.5 ASIS&T
  • W.5.5.1 Mission and Vision of ASIS&T
  • W.5.5.2 Activities of ASIS&T
  • W.5.5.3 Publications of ASIS&T
  • W.5.6 NCLIS
  • W.5.6.1 Activities of NCLIS
  • W.5.7 CLIR
  • W.5.8 Gates Foundation
  • W.5.9 UGC (India)
  • W.5.9.1 Appointment of Committees
  • W.5.9.2 Financial Assistance
  • W.5.9.3 Wheat Loan Programme
  • W.5.9.4 Book Banks
  • W.5.9.5 National Information Centres
  • National Centre for Science Information
  • National Humanities Information Centre
  • National Social Sciences Information Centre
  • W.5.9.6 INFLIBNET Programme
  • W.5.10 NKC (India)
  • W.5.10.1 Working Group on Libraries
  • Working Group Report
  • W.5.10.2 NKC Recommendations
  • On Libraries
  • On Information Systems and Services
  • On Translation
  • On National Knowledge Network
  • On Health Information Network
  • On Web Portals
  • W.5.10.3 Implementation of NKC Recommendations
  • On Libraries
  • National Virtual Library
  • On Information Systems and Services
  • W.5.11 DRTC
  • W.5.11.1 Objectives of DRTC
  • W.5.11.2 Activities of DRTC
  • W.5.12 RRRLF
  • W.5.12.1 Objectives of RRRLF
  • W.5.12.2 Activities of RRRLF
  • W.5.13 ILA
  • W.5.13.1 Objectives of ILA
  • W.5.13.2 Activities of ILA
  • W.5.14 IASLIC
  • W.5.14.1 Objectives of IASLIC
  • W.5.14.2 Activities of IASLIC
  • References
  • X Standards for IOD Activities
  • X.1 Introduction
  • X.2 Standardizing Agency
  • X.3 Need for Standards
  • X.4 Areas of Standardization
  • X.5 Standards for IOD
  • X.5.1 Information Retrieval
  • X.5.1.1 Indexing
  • X.5.1.2 Vocabulary Control
  • X.5.1.3 Computerized IR
  • X.5.2 Information Consolidation
  • X.5.2.1 Consolidation Products
  • X.5.3 Documentation List
  • X.5.4 Bibliographical References
  • X.5.5 Reprography
  • X.5.6 Terminology
  • X.6 Standards in Related Fields
  • X.6.1 Translation Service
  • X.6.2 Transliteration
  • X.6.3 Abbreviations
  • X.6.4 Proof Correction
  • References
  • Y Automated Information Organization
  • Y.1 Introduction
  • Y.2 Auto-Indexing
  • Y.2.1 Approaches to Auto-Indexing
  • Y.2.2 Method of Auto-Indexing
  • Y.2.3 Auto-Indexing Systems
  • Y.2.4 Auto-Indexing of Digital Documents
  • Y.2.5 Indexing Software
  • Y.3 Auto-Abstracting
  • Y.3.1 Luhn's Approach
  • Y.3.2 Basic Approaches
  • Y.3.3 New Approach
  • Y.3.4 Some Experiments
  • Y.3.4.1 Contextual Inference
  • Y.3.4.2 Sentence Rejection
  • Y.4 Information Organization Tools
  • Y.4.1 Thesaurus
  • Y.4.2 Ontology
  • Y.4.2.1 Concept of Ontology
  • Y.4.2.2 Types of Ontology
  • Y.4.2.3 Components of Ontology
  • Y.4.2.4 Uses of Ontology
  • Y.4.2.5 Ontology Design Principles
  • Y.4.2.6 Ontology Engineering
  • Y.4.2.7 Ontology Language
  • Y.4.2.8 Ontology Building Tools
  • Y.4.3 Folksonomy
  • Y.4.3.1 Types of Folksonomy
  • Y.4.3.2 Comparison With Ontology
  • Y.4.3.3 Application of Folksonomy
  • Y.4.3.4 FolksOntology
  • Y.5 Machine Translation
  • Y.5.1 Basic Requirements
  • Y.5.2 Types of MT
  • Y.5.3 Approaches to MT
  • Y.5.3.1 Direct MT
  • Y.5.3.2 Rule-Based MT
  • Y.5.3.3 Corpus-Based MT
  • Y.5.3.4 Other Approaches
  • Y.5.4 Problems of MT
  • Y.5.4.1 Problems in Multilingual Countries
  • Y.6 Natural Language Processing
  • Y.6.1 Focuses of NLP
  • Y.6.2 Natural Language Understanding
  • Y.6.3 Levels of NLP
  • Y.6.4 Approaches to NLP
  • Y.6.5 Applications of NLP
  • References
  • Z Recent Trends in IOD
  • Z.1 Introduction
  • Z.2 E-Information Service
  • Z.2.1 Modes of EIS
  • Z.2.2 Types of EIS
  • Z.2.3 Characteristics of EIS
  • Z.2.4 Organization of EIS
  • Z.3 Internet/Web-based Information Service
  • Z.3.1 Facilitating Tools
  • Z.3.2 Searching Tools
  • Z.3.2.1 Library Portals
  • Z.3.2.2 Subject Gateways
  • Z.3.2.3 Internet Resource Guides
  • Z.3.3 Online Information Services
  • Z.3.3.1 Access to Databases
  • Z.3.3.2 Access to OPACs/Web OPACs
  • Z.3.3.3 Online Reference Service
  • Z.3.3.4 Online CAS
  • Z.3.3.5 Online SDI
  • Z.3.3.6 Online Clipping Service
  • Z.3.3.7 Online Document Delivery Service
  • Z.3.3.8 Discussion Fora
  • Z.3.4 Advantages of Web-Based Information Service
  • Z.4 Open Access Movement
  • Z.4.1 Concept of OA
  • Z.4.2 Main Features of OA
  • Z.4.3 Objectives of OA
  • Z.4.4 Mechanisms of OA
  • Z.4.5 Search Tools for OA Resources
  • Z.4.6 Barriers to OA
  • Z.4.7 Advantages of OA
  • Z.4.8 Progress of OA Movement
  • Z.4.8.1 International Initiatives
  • IFLA Initiatives
  • UNESCO Initiatives
  • Supportive Initiatives
  • Z.4.8.2 National Initiatives
  • OA in North America
  • OA in South America
  • OA in Europe
  • OA in Africa
  • OA in Oceania Region
  • OA in Asia
  • Z.5 Digital Repository Development
  • Z.5.1 Institutional Repository (IR)
  • Z.5.1.1 Characteristics of IR
  • Z.5.1.2 Objectives of IR
  • Z.5.1.3 Scope and Coverage of IR
  • Z.5.1.4 Functions of IR
  • Z.5.1.5 IR Creation of IR
  • Step in Creation of IR
  • Tools for IR Creation
  • Prerequisites of IR Creation
  • Z.5.1.6 Advantages of IR
  • Z.5.1.7 Current Scenario
  • Z.6 Other Developments
  • References
  • Index
  • Back Cover

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