Implementing and Management of Digital collection Using Dspace at Bharatesh’s Global Business School’s Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Library, Belgaum Karnataka: A Case study

Bharat B. Alasandi, L. S. Kattimani

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This paper plays an essential role in implementing and management of Digital collection service in any type of library using with the different software is becoming a very easy to handle in the libraries. The management of the digital collection is one of the challenging tasks for the librarian to handling the specialized tasks of massive digital collection with the process of storage; preservation archival is tricky job for library professional. The digital library development also occurred at Bharatesh Education Trust’s Global Business School’s Karmveer Dr. Bhaurao Patil Libraries project to creation of DL through its  institute’s, the digital collection like student’s project reports, e-Resources collection, Audio visual materials and many more resources. This article highlights on digital library collection, the main role and functions of librarian in digital era, information gathering, retrieval, content delivery, navigation and end user orientation.


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Digital collection, Management of Digital Collection, Dspace , Bharatesh’s Global Business School’s Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Library

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