The Impact of Information Communication Technology on Library Automation and Higher Education

Karan Singh


The newer concept of library automation and Information Communication Technology as a tool of modern age is much newer in this part of developing world. The word Automation itself denotes the elimination of all manual labor through the use of automatic controls that ensure accuracy and quality. In this paper it clearly shows how it is useful in this library sphere and also influence in the higher education. On the contrary, developing countries are striving to take up the challenge to adapt these technologies into their higher education sector


ICT, Information, Automation, Higher Education, Library

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