NM's Publication

NM's Publication

Article/papers and other written works by Mr. Niranjan Mohapatra which are already published.

Topic-“Digital Archival Initiative of Library” by Niranjan Mohapatra (Pg.-197-208)
Type of work- Book Chapter/Conference proceeding

The book titled Academic Librarianship in Digital Era edited by Priyanka Manjari Behera; Publication (2014) Reproprint (P) Ltd., Bhubaneswar, ISBN- 81-88897-14-0

“Digital Archival” is the digital form of archival. In other word “Digital Archival” means organizing, preserving, and providing access to information and material in digital way.  Digital Archival” is very synonymous meaning to “Digitization”. These archival (interesting archive material) related services are merely used in Library and Information Centre. Hence this study on “Digital Archival” is a Study of “Digital Library”. Since the invention of printing technology, the Knowledge and information were being preserved in printing form, but now days It can be stored in electronically form also. The concept of library is not only preserve, process information/knowledge through print sources (books, journals, newspapers etc.), but also electronic forms (e-books, e-journals etc.). The Internet has added a new dimension to Information Technology and knowledge sharing platforms such as Digital Library, E-learning, Knowledge management etc. Since the ICT revaluation, there has been a rapid development in libraries which facilities to access by anyone at anytime from anywhere. As the digitalization of information, the digital libraries steadily increased, the day will be very near when the complete breakthrough of digital libraries into the Gutenberg Galaxy.
(Keywords: Digital Archival, Digital Archives, Digital Library, Gutenberg Galaxy, Digitalization, E- Books, E-Journals, Internet, Library Networks, invention, Innovation, collection development)

Topic -  E-Marketing: The Library Perspective
Publisher- International Journal of Library Science and Information Management (IJLSIM) www.ijlsim.in
Vol.3 (1) January-March, 2017 ISSN: 2454-910X (online)

ABSTRACT: The power of “E” helps marketing by anyone, form anywhere and anytime in just a mouse click. EMarketing refers to the paperless exchange of business information using electronic data interchange. Generally libraries are provided free service but some special services/products need to be marketed through exchange of price for its fund which helps towards its growth and development. In E-Marketing efforts, libraries need to be serve through electronic/online media for user satisfactory services in basis of cost, time, place etc., because only satisfied users come back again and again and dissatisfied users will find some other suppliers of information to meet their information need. The concept of e-marketing of library services is still not fully understood by many librarians. To consciously practice marketing librarians have to be convinced that marketing is good for libraries. They should be aware that marketing definitely improves and increases the effectiveness of libraries. Each library needs to identify the primary target markets and the composition of needs that it would like to serve as its key constituency. Emarketing will be a successful business model for libraries. E-marketing of information product and services will be essential for libraries very soon and the value of Library and Information Science Professionals will be bright and trained as Information managers of E-marketing efforts. 
Keywords: digital, electronic, library user, service, e-commerce, e-market, B2B, B2C

Article is available online on the following link: 

 (IJLSIM) ISSN 2454-91OX (Online) is an open access e-journal
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Publisher- INFOLIB: A Quaterly bulletin of Jharkhand Information and Library Association
Vol.10 (1-2) March- June, 2017 ISSN: ISSN- 0974-0686

ABSTRACT: Due to information explosion, the knowledge can be available without boundaries and with the help of new technologies, the library services are developing day-by-day. With smart Technology, the modern library can fulfill the demand of users.

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