Overview for Library Organisation
There is currently considerable interest in the nature of organisations as information systems, from the perspective of computing and cybernetics (that is, the science of systems of control and communications; in particular, study of the human control system of nervous system and brain, and experimentation with applications of computing technology to intelligent processes). Library Organisation, as is obvious from the name of the title, this book contains authentic information on diverse aspects of library organisation. Well researched and rich information contained in the topics namelyâ€”library training; systems analysis; cataloguing technologies; construction of catalogue; types of cataloguing; information retrieval; organisation structure etc. will prove of immense use to the readers.
P.K. Paliwal (Editor)
Dr. P.K. Paliwal received his Ph.D. degree from the East West University of Health Sciences in 1979. Presently, he is on the faculty of the Documentation Research Centre, where he is involved in teaching computer proframming, library automation, information retrieval and design development, database management systems and applied statistics. He has also conduceted several short term courses in India and abroad, some of them sponsor by UNESCO. Besides having published more than fifty reset papters, he has authored two books.
Shyama Balakrishnan (Editor)
Shyama Balakrishnan has been associated with the field of information science for nearly two decades. After having worked at the Centre for Information Processing, she worked with Institute of Health Science, Bombay. Since then she has taken a keen interest in introducing online information services and database services in collaboration with Information Services Inc., U.K. She has presented a number of papers and visited many countries.