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Friday, July 15 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Management of Print and Electronic Collections and the Application of Linked Data technologies in University Libraries

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This study discusses the importance of collection development as well as the application of linked data technologies in university libraries. Various factors have to be taken into consideration while developing a qualitative collection for the benefit of the users with the application of linked data technologies in the university libraries. These factors may include policies, principles, user orientation of new technology and application, staff training and development, problems associated with collection development, weeding and the use of linked data technologies. It is equally important to evaluate the collections to assess the usefulness of print and electronic collection in the library environment. The paper attempt to emphasize on collection development policy, internet and web-based collections and challenges with the collection development for print and electronic resources and the application of linked data technologies in Libraries.

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Grace Temilolu Ikenna

Researcher, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
I am a simple and forward thinking person. I have an active interest in research especially in the areas of Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museum GLAM.Authors BiographyI am Grace Temilolu Ikenna, is a Certified Librarian of Nigeria (CLN) and a PhD Researcher at the Department... Read More →


Friday July 15, 2022 9:00am - 9:45am EDT
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