Academic Libraries in Self-Reliant Learning

By: V. Rangasamy
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ISBN: 9789391734459
Year: 2023
Binding: Hardbound
Language: English
Total Pages: 316

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"Self-reliant learning" is the most natural look at for gaining knowledge. The self-reliant learner has seven different characteristics and five driving ideas. The high speed of technology development has also resulted in a new method of knowledge degradation, paving the door for self-reliant learning. Self-directed learning has increased Occupational Competence. Technical Competence, human and social Competence, and learning and methodological Competence have all resulted from occupational Competence. Self-reliance may express itself in many different kinds of ways. It might be memorization or dealing with more or less advanced practical or theoretical challenges. Learners are highly active; they act and accept responsibility for their activities.

This edited book provides distinct viewpoints on various technology uses in academic libraries.  This book focuses on the perspectives of Indian scholars, librarians, information workers, publishers, and library users. This book gives an excellent overview of creative librarianship, particularly in university libraries, and it assists readers in discovering, retrieving, reading, and applying research results. At the same time, it enables authors to broaden their readership and increase their influence.

Under these conditions, the editors solicited 36 articles from Library and Information Science Professionals. They're called "The Role of Academic Libraries in Self-Reliant Learning." The author will be pleased if the book helps academics, researchers, library personnel, and other professionals. Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to our professionals for their inspiration and requests to publish a book containing all of the details of the most recent studies in one volume for effective use in research, which is now required, particularly for those in the field of library and information science. The book's author feels it will be a valuable contribution to the growing body of LIS literature.