ICRL 2018 - Delnet

ICRL 2018 - Delnet

About Organisers DELNET - DEVELOPING LIBRARY NETWORK DELNETDeveloping Library Network was established as a Society in 1992. It was initially supported by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, National Informatics Centre, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Government of India. It is located in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Campus, New Delhi. DELNET is a major resource sharing library network in South Asia connecting nearly 6000 libraries in India and eight other countries. These libraries include academic libraries (Universities and Colleges), government libraries, libraries of R & D organisations, among others.

DELNET provides access to millions of resources comprising e-books, e-journals, and other resources including more than 3 crore records of books, journals, periodical articles, video-recordings, sound recordings, theses and dissertations etc. DELNET has recently launched the Discovery Portal for member-institutions. DELNET provides the Inter-library Loan and document delivery service which is the best in South Asia. The service is being offered to promote resource sharing at the national and international levels among member-libraries of DELNET. In order to modernise and network libraries, DELNET provides DelPlus - the Library Management Software free of charge to member-libraries.

DELNET also offers support for installing Koha software to its member libraries. DELNET has a consortium for e-books and e-journals.

DELNET arranges training programmes, lectures, workshops and the National Convention on Knowledge, Library and Information on Networking (NACLIN) every year. More details are available at www.delnet.nic.in 4 Venue: Hotel Royal Orchid, Jaipur www.delnet.nic.in/ICRL2018 ICRL 2018 ICRL 2018 February 1-3, 2018 Jaipur, Rajasthan, India | Ambedkar University Delhi The Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University Delhi (Ambedkar University Delhi or AUD) is a public University with a multi campus, unitary structure with research, postgraduate and undergraduate programmes in the social sciences and the humanities.

The Ambedkar University Delhi was established by the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi through an Act of Legislature in 2007 and was notified in July 2008. Mandated to focus on research and teaching in the social sciences and humanities and guided by Dr Ambedkar's vision of bridging equality and social justice with excellence, AUD considers it to be its mission to create sustainable and effective linkages between access to and success in higher education. AUD is committed to creating an institutional culture characterized by humanism, non-hierarchical and collegial environment, teamwork and nurturance of creativity.

AUD has a rich and rapidly growing library located on both campuses, with a fast-growing subscription base of e-journals and resources. AUD library is running in three campuses - Kashmere Gate Campus, Karampura Campus and Lodhi Road Campus. The libraries are fully online and can be accessed both on and off campus. More details are available at www.aud.ac.in education exchange of its members. More details are available at www.slp.org.in Special Libraries Association (SLA), USA: The Special Libraries Association, USA established in 1909 (more than 107 years old) is one of the largest professional non-profit association across Globe with approximately 9,000 members in 83 countries with 58 chapters and 25 divisions.

More details are available at www.sla.org SLA Asian Chapter: The Asian chapter of SLA is one of the fastest growing chapters with members from around the Asia and world. It has over 150 members from India, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, UK, and USA. More details are available at www.asia.sla.org By Air: Jaipur is well-connected by various domestic airlines. By Rail: Jaipur Railway Station (Jaipur Junction) is a major railway station and the head quarters of the North Western Railways.

It is connected on the broad gauge with major Indian cities. Shatabdi train is connecting Jaipur with Delhi. By Road: Jaipur is well connected with the Capital City of Delhi. It is 268 kms away from Delhi. The journey by bus and train can be undertaken. It is five hours journey by road. Hotel Royal Orchid, Tonk Road, Durgapura, Jaipur is a 5 star Hotel in Jaipur with a close proximity to Jaipur International How to Reach Jaipur, Rajasthan About the Venue Airport, Railway station, etc. More details available at www.royalorchidhotels.com/hotel-royal-orchid-jaipur Tel: 0141-7191919 Jaipur is the well-known tourist destination in India and is Rajasthan's beautiful Pink City.

It is surrounded by three hill forts and series of palaces. The places of interest include its City Palace; Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal; Albert Hall; Jal Mahal; Amer Fort, B. M. Birla Planetarium, etc.. Jaipur is famous for its bazaars that specialize in Rajasthani jewellery, fabric and shoes.

Places of Interest in and around Jaipur Chief Patrons : Chairman : Organising Secretaries : Coordinators : Dr. J.P. Das, President, DELNET, New Delhi Prof. Shyam B. Menon, Vice Chancellor, Ambedkar University Delhi Dr. H.K. Kaul, Director, DELNET, New Delhi Dr. Sangeeta Kaul, Network Manager, DELNET, New Delhi Dr. Debal C. Kar, University Librarian, Ambedkar University Delhi Dr. P.K. Jain, Librarian, IEG, Delhi Dr. Parveen Babbar, Deputy Librarian, JNU, New Delhi & Member SLP Mr. Deepak Yadav, Senior Network Assistant, DELNET, New Delhi Ms. Alka Rai, Assistant Librarian, AUD, Kashmere Gate Campus/Lodhi Road Campus Dr.

Dinesh Kumar, Assistant, Librarian, AUD, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi Mr. Deep Singh, Librarian, MNIT Jaipur & Convenor, Local Coordination Committe, Jaipur International Conference on Reshaping Libraries: Emerging Global Technologies and Trends Organised by In Association with Special Libraries Association (SLA, USA), Asian Chapter Society for Library Professionals (SLP) International Library and Information Professional Summit (I-LIPS 2018) www.delnet.nic.in/ICRL2018 Society for Library Professionals (SLP): The Society for Library Professionals (SLP) was established on 3 January 2008 under the Societies Registration Act 1860.

The role of this Society is to achieve high standard of Librarianship in India. This will be achieved by the development of strong linkages among libraries and information centres across the globe; promotion of the library and information science profession in India by fostering collaboration with national and international agencies; and for intellectual development and Climate The climate during the month of February will be pleasant at around 23 degree Celsius with cool evenings. The participants are advised to carry light woolens.

Developing Library Network www.delnet.nic.in DELNET Ambedkar University Delhi www.aud.ac.in SLA Connecting People and Information Celebrating DELNET Silver Jubilee year

ICRL 2018 - Delnet

1. Re-shaping Libraries 2. Cooperation and Networking for Building Collections and Connections a. Reinventing Libraries b. Digitality, Maker Space and Learning in Libraries c. New Innovations and Trends in Libraries d. Refurbishment of Libraries e. User Engagement Strategies/Redesigning & Revamping Libraries f. Futuristic Design of Libraries a. New Library Cooperation: Case Studies b. Collaborative Digitization and Sharing c.

New Resource Sharing Models d. Consortium Building and Case Studies e. Exploring the Web for Quality Content a. New Global Technologies for Libraries b. New Social Media Applications in Libraries c. Mobile-based Applications in Libraries: Case Studies d. Digital Futures: Strategies for Developing World Class Libraries a. Indigenous Knowledge Creation, Content Development and Digital Libraries; 3. Digital Innovations and Technologies in Libraries 4. Managing Knowledge and Change in Libraries b. Copyright and Open Access Publishing, Self Archiving, and Open Access Policy; c. Electronic Publications, Pricing Models and Digital Archiving; d.

National and International Cooperation and Collaboration in Knowledge Access and Management; a. New Skills for LIS Professionals. b. Leadership.

a. User Needs and Expectations b. Personalised Services to Library Users c. Advanced Service Models for Library Users 5. Global Trends in Managing Human Resource in Libraries 6. Library User Engagement Strategies Dr. P.K.Jain Librarian Institute of Economic Growth & Secretary, SLP University of Delhi Enclave, Delhi- 110007. India Ph. 91-11-27667463 Fax: 91-11-27667410 Mobile: 91-9899110787 E-mail: pkjain1310@gmail.com; pkjain@iegindia.org Mr. Deepak Yadav Senior Network Assistant DELNET, New Delhi Tel. : 91-11-26742222, 26741266 Mob: 91-9818282323 E-mail: d9818282323@gmail.com Dr. Parveen Babbar Deputy Librarian Jawaharlal Nehru University & Member, SLP New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi-110067 Mob: 91-9013358771 Email: parveenbabbar@gmail.com Ms.

Alka Rai Assistant Librarian Ambedkar University Delhi, Kashmere Gate Campus/Lodhi Road Campus Email: alka@aud.ac.in Dr. Dinesh Kumar Assistant Librarian Ambedkar University Delhi, Kashmere Gate Campus Lothian Road, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006 All payments for Registration should be sent by demand draft/NEFT to the following DELNET address drawn in favour of ‘DELNET’ payable at New Delhi. The bank details of DELNET are mentioned below. Kindly inform us the bank UTR number once the transaction is made.

  • Account Holder’s Name : DELNET-Developing Library Network Account No. : SB A/c No. 1065410992 Bank Name & Address : Central Bank of India, Khan Market, New Delhi-110003 IFSC Code No. : CBIN 0280310 Payments for Registration & Accommodation, etc.
  • Papers should be typed in 8.5”x11” page size, 1.25” margins, 12 point Times Roman and double spaced. Papers be typed in MS Word format.
  • Every paper has to be accompanied by a copyright declaration form according to the format available on the conference website www.delnet.nic.in/ICRL 2018
  • At least one of the authors listed in the paper must register for ICRL 2018 within one week after the paper has been accepted for presentation in ICRL 2018.
  • The completed paper should be sent electronically to hkkaul@gmail.com and a copy to icrl2018@gmail.com
  • Also send the copyright declaration at the following address: Dr. H. K. Kaul Director & Chairman, ICRL 2018 DELNET - Developing Library Network JNU Campus, Nelson Mandela Road, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110070. E-mail: hkkaul@gmail.com; director@delnet.ren.nic.in Phone: 011-26741111; Mob.: 09891016667 The conference language is English. Librarians, Library Staff and other Library and Information Science (LIS) Professionals, Faculty in LIS, Educational Technology and Information Technology, Knowledge Seekers, Leaders in Knowledge Industry, Government Officials, Content Management Experts, Information Management Experts, Professional Staff of IT Companies, Industrialists, Technology Managers, Media Experts, Knowledge Centre Managers and Knowledge Managers.

Last Date for Submission of Papers: December 20, 2017 Last Date for Registration: February 1, 2018 Conference Language Who Should Attend? Important Dates The libraries around the world have been facing unprecedented changes due to the growing digital and ICT revolutions in the recent past. Libraries expect both evolution and revolution in present time to reshape and reinvent themselves not only to respond to the pressures of users and technology, but to be flexible enough to adapt to the world of tomorrow.

Libraries need to deal with increased competition from rising users expectations, which is brought about by convenience and availability of advance technologies on the web.

The challenge for libraries is to understand the technologies that are reshaping and will continue to reshape the future and how to strategically adapt themselves. The way users think about libraries is already changing dramatically. With increasing digitization and interconnectivity, it is important for libraries to cultivate an ecosystem of innovation around its users. Implementation of innovative technologies in libraries like use of self service printing, improved scanning solutions, use of drones for delivering books, mobile technologies for disseminating information, electronic publishing and knowledge organization systems, cloud computing applications, data mining and text analytics, augmented reality, contextaware computing and several other technological tools is becoming very essential.

The International Conference on Reshaping Libraries: Emerging Global Technologies and Trends (ICRL-2018) is going to discuss these and other pressing issues for librarians around the world and would also aim at identifying technologies that would suit the libraries and LIS Professionals. The International Conference is being organized as part of the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of DELNET - Developing Library Network in collaboration with the Ambedkar University, Delhi; Society for Library Professionals (SLP) and Special Libraries Association (SLA, USA), Asian Chapter from February 1-3, 2018.

Participation Fee Addresses for Communication INDIA & SAARC Countries Early Bird Registration $ 3500 + $ 630 (18% GST $ 4130 (till December 31,2017) After December 31, 2017 $ 4000 + $ 720 (18% GST $ 4720 DELNET Members, $ 3000 + $ 540 (18% GST $ 3540 SLA Members & Participants from Rajasthan Outside India Early Bird Registration $ 160 (inclusive of GST) (till December 31,2017) After December 31, 2017 $ 200 (inclusive of GST) *Participation fee is non-refundable. DELNET GSTIN is 07AAAAD2288G1ZV You are requested to make the bookings directly. The details of hotels and guest houses with tariff is available on our website.

Kindly write to us for any assistance. For queries regarding participation, booking of exhibition etc. Kindly contact Conference Organising Secretaries and Conference Coordinators.

Dr. Sangeeta Kaul Network Manager DELNET-Developing Library Network, JNU Campus, Nelson Mandela Road, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070 Tel. : 91-11-26742222, 26741266 Mobile : 91-9810329992 E-mail: sangs@delnet.ren.nic.in; sangskaul2003@yahoo.co.in Web: www.delnet.nic.in Dr. Debal C. Kar University Librarian Ambedkar University Delhi Kashmere Gate Campus, Lothian Road, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006 Tel : 91-11-23865084 Mob: 91-9811392242 E-mail: debal@aud.ac.in Web : www.aud.ac.in Accommodation Submission of Papers We invite submissions of:
  • Future oriented thought-pieces arising out of current research
  • Original Research papers presenting theoretical solutions, but with a clear illustration on how these solutions can be applied
  • Position papers presenting opinions on some aspect of practice, or describing work that is still in progress, but sufficiently mature to warrant attention
  • Posters outlining experiences and case studies specifying requirements, challenges or opportunities
  • Best practices Original papers on the above sub-themes or related themes are invited from professionals. The papers should be based on research surveys, case studies or action plans. Surveys on Internet use/E-Journals Usage in libraries will not be accepted.
  • Papers should not normally exceed 5000 words or 16 double-spaced pages, besides tables, diagrams, etc.
  • Each paper should contain an abstract, upto ten keywords, body of the paper, conclusion and references. The abstract should state in about 150 words the sum and substance of the paper.
  • The conclusion should include the recommendations made in the paper.
  • The keywords which describe the main issues discussed should be given in alphabetical order.
  • The paper should contain the author’s name, designation, organisation, address, telephone, fax, and E-mail address.
  • All references should be presented according to the (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org /tools_ citationguide.html) Guidelines for Paper Submission Conference Theme: Reshaping Libraries: Emerging Global Technologies and Trends The Conference will focus on the conference theme and the following related themes: 1 2 3
ICRL 2018 - Delnet

1. Re-shaping Libraries 2. Cooperation and Networking for Building Collections and Connections a. Reinventing Libraries b. Digitality, Maker Space and Learning in Libraries c. New Innovations and Trends in Libraries d. Refurbishment of Libraries e. User Engagement Strategies/Redesigning & Revamping Libraries f. Futuristic Design of Libraries a. New Library Cooperation: Case Studies b. Collaborative Digitization and Sharing c. New Resource Sharing Models d. Consortium Building and Case Studies e. Exploring the Web for Quality Content a. New Global Technologies for Libraries b. New Social Media Applications in Libraries c.

Mobile-based Applications in Libraries: Case Studies d. Digital Futures: Strategies for Developing World Class Libraries a. Indigenous Knowledge Creation, Content Development and Digital Libraries; 3. Digital Innovations and Technologies in Libraries 4. Managing Knowledge and Change in Libraries b. Copyright and Open Access Publishing, Self Archiving, and Open Access Policy; c. Electronic Publications, Pricing Models and Digital Archiving; d. National and International Cooperation and Collaboration in Knowledge Access and Management; a. New Skills for LIS Professionals. b. Leadership.

a. User Needs and Expectations b. Personalised Services to Library Users c. Advanced Service Models for Library Users 5. Global Trends in Managing Human Resource in Libraries 6. Library User Engagement Strategies Dr. P.K.Jain Librarian Institute of Economic Growth & Secretary, SLP University of Delhi Enclave, Delhi- 110007. India Ph. 91-11-27667463 Fax: 91-11-27667410 Mobile: 91-9899110787 E-mail: pkjain1310@gmail.com; pkjain@iegindia.org Mr. Deepak Yadav Senior Network Assistant DELNET, New Delhi Tel. : 91-11-26742222, 26741266 Mob: 91-9818282323 E-mail: d9818282323@gmail.com Dr. Parveen Babbar Deputy Librarian Jawaharlal Nehru University & Member, SLP New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi-110067 Mob: 91-9013358771 Email: parveenbabbar@gmail.com Ms.

Alka Rai Assistant Librarian Ambedkar University Delhi, Kashmere Gate Campus/Lodhi Road Campus Email: alka@aud.ac.in Dr. Dinesh Kumar Assistant Librarian Ambedkar University Delhi, Kashmere Gate Campus Lothian Road, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006 All payments for Registration should be sent by demand draft/NEFT to the following DELNET address drawn in favour of ‘DELNET’ payable at New Delhi. The bank details of DELNET are mentioned below. Kindly inform us the bank UTR number once the transaction is made.

  • Account Holder’s Name : DELNET-Developing Library Network Account No. : SB A/c No. 1065410992 Bank Name & Address : Central Bank of India, Khan Market, New Delhi-110003 IFSC Code No. : CBIN 0280310 Payments for Registration & Accommodation, etc.
  • Papers should be typed in 8.5”x11” page size, 1.25” margins, 12 point Times Roman and double spaced. Papers be typed in MS Word format.
  • Every paper has to be accompanied by a copyright declaration form according to the format available on the conference website www.delnet.nic.in/ICRL 2018
  • At least one of the authors listed in the paper must register for ICRL 2018 within one week after the paper has been accepted for presentation in ICRL 2018.
  • The completed paper should be sent electronically to hkkaul@gmail.comand a copy toicrlindia2018@gmail.com
  • Also send the copyright declaration at the following address: Dr. H. K. Kaul Director & Chairman, ICRL 2018 DELNET - Developing Library Network JNU Campus, Nelson Mandela Road, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110070. E-mail: hkkaul@gmail.com; director@delnet.ren.nic.in Phone: 011-26741111; Mob.: 09891016667 The conference language is English. Librarians, Library Staff and other Library and Information Science (LIS) Professionals, Faculty in LIS, Educational Technology and Information Technology, Knowledge Seekers, Leaders in Knowledge Industry, Government Officials, Content Management Experts, Information Management Experts, Professional Staff of IT Companies, Industrialists, Technology Managers, Media Experts, Knowledge Centre Managers and Knowledge Managers.

Last Date for Submission of Papers: December 20, 2017 Last Date for Registration: February 1, 2018 Conference Language Who Should Attend? Important Dates The libraries around the world have been facing unprecedented changes due to the growing digital and ICT revolutions in the recent past. Libraries expect both evolution and revolution in present time to reshape and reinvent themselves not only to respond to the pressures of users and technology, but to be flexible enough to adapt to the world of tomorrow.

Libraries need to deal with increased competition from rising users expectations, which is brought about by convenience and availability of advance technologies on the web.

The challenge for libraries is to understand the technologies that are reshaping and will continue to reshape the future and how to strategically adapt themselves. The way users think about libraries is already changing dramatically. With increasing digitization and interconnectivity, it is important for libraries to cultivate an ecosystem of innovation around its users. Implementation of innovative technologies in libraries like use of self service printing, improved scanning solutions, use of drones for delivering books, mobile technologies for disseminating information, electronic publishing and knowledge organization systems, cloud computing applications, data mining and text analytics, augmented reality, contextaware computing and several other technological tools is becoming very essential.

The International Conference on Reshaping Libraries: Emerging Global Technologies and Trends (ICRL-2018) is going to discuss these and other pressing issues for librarians around the world and would also aim at identifying technologies that would suit the libraries and LIS Professionals. The International Conference is being organized as part of the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of DELNET - Developing Library Network in collaboration with the Ambedkar University, Delhi; Society for Library Professionals (SLP) and Special Libraries Association (SLA, USA), Asian Chapter from February 1-3, 2018.

Participation Fee Addresses for Communication INDIA & SAARC Countries Early Bird Registration $ 3500 + $ 630 (18% GST $ 4130 (till December 31,2017) After December 31, 2017 $ 4000 + $ 720 (18% GST $ 4720 DELNET Members, $ 3000 + $ 540 (18% GST $ 3540 SLA Members & Participants from Rajasthan Outside India Early Bird Registration $ 160 (inclusive of GST) (till December 31,2017) After December 31, 2017 $ 200 (inclusive of GST) *Participation fee is non-refundable. DELNET GSTIN is 07AAAAD2288G1ZV You are requested to make the bookings directly. The details of hotels and guest houses with tariff is available on our website.

Kindly write to us for any assistance. For queries regarding participation, booking of exhibition etc. Kindly contact Conference Organising Secretaries and Conference Coordinators.

Dr. Sangeeta Kaul Network Manager DELNET-Developing Library Network, JNU Campus, Nelson Mandela Road, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070 Tel. : 91-11-26742222, 26741266 Mobile : 91-9810329992 E-mail: sangs@delnet.ren.nic.in; sangskaul2003@yahoo.co.in Web: www.delnet.nic.in Dr. Debal C. Kar University Librarian Ambedkar University Delhi Kashmere Gate Campus, Lothian Road, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006 Tel : 91-11-23865084 Mob: 91-9811392242 E-mail: debal@aud.ac.in Web : www.aud.ac.in Accommodation Submission of Papers We invite submissions of:
  • Future oriented thought-pieces arising out of current research
  • Original Research papers presenting theoretical solutions, but with a clear illustration on how these solutions can be applied
  • Position papers presenting opinions on some aspect of practice, or describing work that is still in progress, but sufficiently mature to warrant attention
  • Posters outlining experiences and case studies specifying requirements, challenges or opportunities
  • Best practices Original papers on the above sub-themes or related themes are invited from professionals. The papers should be based on research surveys, case studies or action plans. Surveys on Internet use/E-Journals Usage in libraries will not be accepted.
  • Papers should not normally exceed 5000 words or 16 double-spaced pages, besides tables, diagrams, etc.
  • Each paper should contain an abstract, upto ten keywords, body of the paper, conclusion and references. The abstract should state in about 150 words the sum and substance of the paper.
  • The conclusion should include the recommendations made in the paper.
  • The keywords which describe the main issues discussed should be given in alphabetical order.
  • The paper should contain the author’s name, designation, organisation, address, telephone, fax, and E-mail address.
  • All references should be presented according to the (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org /tools_ citationguide.html) Guidelines for Paper Submission Conference Theme: Reshaping Libraries: Emerging Global Technologies and Trends The Conference will focus on the conference theme and the following related themes: 1 2 3
ICRL 2018 - Delnet

1. Re-shaping Libraries 2. Cooperation and Networking for Building Collections and Connections a. Reinventing Libraries b. Digitality, Maker Space and Learning in Libraries c. New Innovations and Trends in Libraries d. Refurbishment of Libraries e. User Engagement Strategies/Redesigning & Revamping Libraries f. Futuristic Design of Libraries a. New Library Cooperation: Case Studies b. Collaborative Digitization and Sharing c. New Resource Sharing Models d. Consortium Building and Case Studies e. Exploring the Web for Quality Content a. New Global Technologies for Libraries b. New Social Media Applications in Libraries c.

Mobile-based Applications in Libraries: Case Studies d. Digital Futures: Strategies for Developing World Class Libraries a. Indigenous Knowledge Creation, Content Development and Digital Libraries; 3. Digital Innovations and Technologies in Libraries 4. Managing Knowledge and Change in Libraries b. Copyright and Open Access Publishing, Self Archiving, and Open Access Policy; c. Electronic Publications, Pricing Models and Digital Archiving; d. National and International Cooperation and Collaboration in Knowledge Access and Management; a. New Skills for LIS Professionals. b. Leadership.

a. User Needs and Expectations b. Personalised Services to Library Users c. Advanced Service Models for Library Users 5. Global Trends in Managing Human Resource in Libraries 6. Library User Engagement Strategies Dr. P.K.Jain Librarian Institute of Economic Growth & Secretary, SLP University of Delhi Enclave, Delhi- 110007. India Ph. 91-11-27667463 Fax: 91-11-27667410 Mobile: 91-9899110787 E-mail: pkjain1310@gmail.com; pkjain@iegindia.org Mr. Deepak Yadav Senior Network Assistant DELNET, New Delhi Tel. : 91-11-26742222, 26741266 Mob: 91-9818282323 E-mail: d9818282323@gmail.com Dr. Parveen Babbar Deputy Librarian Jawaharlal Nehru University & Member, SLP New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi-110067 Mob: 91-9013358771 Email: parveenbabbar@gmail.com Ms.

Alka Rai Assistant Librarian Ambedkar University Delhi, Kashmere Gate Campus/Lodhi Road Campus Email: alka@aud.ac.in Dr. Dinesh Kumar Assistant Librarian Ambedkar University Delhi, Kashmere Gate Campus Lothian Road, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006 All payments for Registration should be sent by demand draft/NEFT to the following DELNET address drawn in favour of ‘DELNET’ payable at New Delhi. The bank details of DELNET are mentioned below. Kindly inform us the bank UTR number once the transaction is made.

  • Account Holder’s Name : DELNET-Developing Library Network Account No. : SB A/c No. 1065410992 Bank Name & Address : Central Bank of India, Khan Market, New Delhi-110003 IFSC Code No. : CBIN 0280310 Payments for Registration & Accommodation, etc.
  • Papers should be typed in 8.5”x11” page size, 1.25” margins, 12 point Times Roman and double spaced. Papers be typed in MS Word format.
  • Every paper has to be accompanied by a copyright declaration form according to the format available on the conference website www.delnet.nic.in/ICRL 2018
  • At least one of the authors listed in the paper must register for ICRL 2018 within one week after the paper has been accepted for presentation in ICRL 2018.
  • The completed paper should be sent electronically to hkkaul@gmail.com and a copy to icrl2018@gmail.com
  • Also send the copyright declaration at the following address: Dr. H. K. Kaul Director & Chairman, ICRL 2018 DELNET - Developing Library Network JNU Campus, Nelson Mandela Road, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110070. E-mail: hkkaul@gmail.com; director@delnet.ren.nic.in Phone: 011-26741111; Mob.: 09891016667 The conference language is English. Librarians, Library Staff and other Library and Information Science (LIS) Professionals, Faculty in LIS, Educational Technology and Information Technology, Knowledge Seekers, Leaders in Knowledge Industry, Government Officials, Content Management Experts, Information Management Experts, Professional Staff of IT Companies, Industrialists, Technology Managers, Media Experts, Knowledge Centre Managers and Knowledge Managers.

Last Date for Submission of Papers: December 20, 2017 Last Date for Registration: February 1, 2018 Conference Language Who Should Attend? Important Dates The libraries around the world have been facing unprecedented changes due to the growing digital and ICT revolutions in the recent past. Libraries expect both evolution and revolution in present time to reshape and reinvent themselves not only to respond to the pressures of users and technology, but to be flexible enough to adapt to the world of tomorrow.

Libraries need to deal with increased competition from rising users expectations, which is brought about by convenience and availability of advance technologies on the web.

The challenge for libraries is to understand the technologies that are reshaping and will continue to reshape the future and how to strategically adapt themselves. The way users think about libraries is already changing dramatically. With increasing digitization and interconnectivity, it is important for libraries to cultivate an ecosystem of innovation around its users. Implementation of innovative technologies in libraries like use of self service printing, improved scanning solutions, use of drones for delivering books, mobile technologies for disseminating information, electronic publishing and knowledge organization systems, cloud computing applications, data mining and text analytics, augmented reality, contextaware computing and several other technological tools is becoming very essential.

The International Conference on Reshaping Libraries: Emerging Global Technologies and Trends (ICRL-2018) is going to discuss these and other pressing issues for librarians around the world and would also aim at identifying technologies that would suit the libraries and LIS Professionals. The International Conference is being organized as part of the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of DELNET - Developing Library Network in collaboration with the Ambedkar University, Delhi; Society for Library Professionals (SLP) and Special Libraries Association (SLA, USA), Asian Chapter from February 1-3, 2018.

Participation Fee Addresses for Communication INDIA & SAARC Countries Early Bird Registration $ 3500 + $ 630 (18% GST $ 4130 (till December 31,2017) After December 31, 2017 $ 4000 + $ 720 (18% GST $ 4720 DELNET Members, $ 3000 + $ 540 (18% GST $ 3540 SLA Members & Participants from Rajasthan Outside India Early Bird Registration $ 160 (inclusive of GST) (till December 31,2017) After December 31, 2017 $ 200 (inclusive of GST) *Participation fee is non-refundable. DELNET GSTIN is 07AAAAD2288G1ZV You are requested to make the bookings directly. The details of hotels and guest houses with tariff is available on our website.

Kindly write to us for any assistance. For queries regarding participation, booking of exhibition etc. Kindly contact Conference Organising Secretaries and Conference Coordinators.

Dr. Sangeeta Kaul Network Manager DELNET-Developing Library Network, JNU Campus, Nelson Mandela Road, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070 Tel. : 91-11-26742222, 26741266 Mobile : 91-9810329992 E-mail: sangs@delnet.ren.nic.in; sangskaul2003@yahoo.co.in Web: www.delnet.nic.in Dr. Debal C. Kar University Librarian Ambedkar University Delhi Kashmere Gate Campus, Lothian Road, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110006 Tel : 91-11-23865084 Mob: 91-9811392242 E-mail: debal@aud.ac.in Web : www.aud.ac.in Accommodation Submission of Papers We invite submissions of:
  • Future oriented thought-pieces arising out of current research
  • Original Research papers presenting theoretical solutions, but with a clear illustration on how these solutions can be applied
  • Position papers presenting opinions on some aspect of practice, or describing work that is still in progress, but sufficiently mature to warrant attention
  • Posters outlining experiences and case studies specifying requirements, challenges or opportunities
  • Best practices Original papers on the above sub-themes or related themes are invited from professionals. The papers should be based on research surveys, case studies or action plans. Surveys on Internet use/E-Journals Usage in libraries will not be accepted.
  • Papers should not normally exceed 5000 words or 16 double-spaced pages, besides tables, diagrams, etc.
  • Each paper should contain an abstract, upto ten keywords, body of the paper, conclusion and references. The abstract should state in about 150 words the sum and substance of the paper.
  • The conclusion should include the recommendations made in the paper.
  • The keywords which describe the main issues discussed should be given in alphabetical order.
  • The paper should contain the author’s name, designation, organisation, address, telephone, fax, and E-mail address.
  • All references should be presented according to the (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org /tools_ citationguide.html) Guidelines for Paper Submission Conference Theme: Reshaping Libraries: Emerging Global Technologies and Trends The Conference will focus on the conference theme and the following related themes: 1 2 3
ICRL 2018 - Delnet

About Organisers DELNET - DEVELOPING LIBRARY NETWORK DELNETDeveloping Library Network was established as a Society in 1992. It was initially supported by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, National Informatics Centre, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Government of India. It is located in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Campus, New Delhi. DELNET is a major resource sharing library network in South Asia connecting nearly 6000 libraries in India and eight other countries. These libraries include academic libraries (Universities and Colleges), government libraries, libraries of R & D organisations, among others.

DELNET provides access to millions of resources comprising e-books, e-journals, and other resources including more than 3 crore records of books, journals, periodical articles, video-recordings, sound recordings, theses and dissertations etc. DELNET has recently launched the Discovery Portal for member-institutions. DELNET provides the Inter-library Loan and document delivery service which is the best in South Asia. The service is being offered to promote resource sharing at the national and international levels among member-libraries of DELNET. In order to modernise and network libraries, DELNET provides DelPlus - the Library Management Software free of charge to member-libraries.

DELNET also offers support for installing Koha software to its member libraries. DELNET has a consortium for e-books and e-journals.

DELNET arranges training programmes, lectures, workshops and the National Convention on Knowledge, Library and Information on Networking (NACLIN) every year. More details are available at www.delnet.nic.in 4 Venue: Hotel Royal Orchid, Jaipur www.delnet.nic.in/ICRL2018 ICRL 2018 ICRL 2018 February 1-3, 2018 Jaipur, Rajasthan, India | Ambedkar University Delhi The Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University Delhi (Ambedkar University Delhi or AUD) is a public University with a multi campus, unitary structure with research, postgraduate and undergraduate programmes in the social sciences and the humanities.

The Ambedkar University Delhi was established by the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi through an Act of Legislature in 2007 and was notified in July 2008. Mandated to focus on research and teaching in the social sciences and humanities and guided by Dr Ambedkar's vision of bridging equality and social justice with excellence, AUD considers it to be its mission to create sustainable and effective linkages between access to and success in higher education. AUD is committed to creating an institutional culture characterized by humanism, non-hierarchical and collegial environment, teamwork and nurturance of creativity.

AUD has a rich and rapidly growing library located on both campuses, with a fast-growing subscription base of e-journals and resources. AUD library is running in three campuses - Kashmere Gate Campus, Karampura Campus and Lodhi Road Campus. The libraries are fully online and can be accessed both on and off campus. More details are available at www.aud.ac.in education exchange of its members. More details are available at www.slp.org.in Special Libraries Association (SLA), USA: The Special Libraries Association, USA established in 1909 (more than 107 years old) is one of the largest professional non-profit association across Globe with approximately 9,000 members in 83 countries with 58 chapters and 25 divisions.

More details are available at www.sla.org SLA Asian Chapter: The Asian chapter of SLA is one of the fastest growing chapters with members from around the Asia and world. It has over 150 members from India, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, UK, and USA. More details are available at www.asia.sla.org By Air: Jaipur is well-connected by various domestic airlines. By Rail: Jaipur Railway Station (Jaipur Junction) is a major railway station and the head quarters of the North Western Railways.

It is connected on the broad gauge with major Indian cities. Shatabdi train is connecting Jaipur with Delhi. By Road: Jaipur is well connected with the Capital City of Delhi. It is 268 kms away from Delhi. The journey by bus and train can be undertaken. It is five hours journey by road. Hotel Royal Orchid, Tonk Road, Durgapura, Jaipur is a 5 star Hotel in Jaipur with a close proximity to Jaipur International How to Reach Jaipur, Rajasthan About the Venue Airport, Railway station, etc. More details available at www.royalorchidhotels.com/hotel-royal-orchid-jaipur Tel: 0141-7191919 Jaipur is the well-known tourist destination in India and is Rajasthan's beautiful Pink City.

It is surrounded by three hill forts and series of palaces. The places of interest include its City Palace; Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal; Albert Hall; Jal Mahal; Amer Fort, B. M. Birla Planetarium, etc.. Jaipur is famous for its bazaars that specialize in Rajasthani jewellery, fabric and shoes.

Places of Interest in and around Jaipur Chief Patrons : Chairman : Organising Secretaries : Coordinators : Dr. J.P. Das, President, DELNET, New Delhi Prof. Shyam B. Menon, Vice Chancellor, Ambedkar University Delhi Dr. H.K. Kaul, Director, DELNET, New Delhi Dr. Sangeeta Kaul, Network Manager, DELNET, New Delhi Dr. Debal C. Kar, University Librarian, Ambedkar University Delhi Dr. P.K. Jain, Librarian, IEG, Delhi Dr. Parveen Babbar, Deputy Librarian, JNU, New Delhi & Member SLP Mr. Deepak Yadav, Senior Network Assistant, DELNET, New Delhi Ms. Alka Rai, Assistant Librarian, AUD, Kashmere Gate Campus/Lodhi Road Campus Dr.

Dinesh Kumar, Assistant, Librarian, AUD, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi Mr. Deep Singh, Librarian, MNIT Jaipur & Convenor, Local Coordination Committe, Jaipur International Conference on Reshaping Libraries: Emerging Global Technologies and Trends Organised by In Association with Special Libraries Association (SLA, USA), Asian Chapter Society for Library Professionals (SLP) International Library and Information Professional Summit (I-LIPS 2018) www.delnet.nic.in/ICRL2018 Society for Library Professionals (SLP): The Society for Library Professionals (SLP) was established on 3 January 2008 under the Societies Registration Act 1860.

The role of this Society is to achieve high standard of Librarianship in India. This will be achieved by the development of strong linkages among libraries and information centres across the globe; promotion of the library and information science profession in India by fostering collaboration with national and international agencies; and for intellectual development and Climate The climate during the month of February will be pleasant at around 23 degree Celsius with cool evenings. The participants are advised to carry light woolens.

Developing Library Network www.delnet.nic.in DELNET Ambedkar University Delhi www.aud.ac.in SLA Connecting People and Information Celebrating DELNET Silver Jubilee year

About Organisers DELNET - DEVELOPING LIBRARY NETWORK DELNETDeveloping Library Network was established as a Society in 1992. It was initially supported by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, National Informatics Centre, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Government of India. It is located in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Campus, New Delhi. DELNET is a major resource sharing library network in South Asia connecting nearly 6000 libraries in India and eight other countries.

These libraries include academic libraries (Universities and Colleges), government libraries, libraries of R & D organisations, among others. DELNET provides access to millions of resources comprising e-books, e-journals, and other resources including more than 3 crore records of books, journals, periodical articles, video-recordings, sound recordings, theses and dissertations etc. DELNET has recently launched the Discovery Portal for member-institutions. DELNET provides the Inter-library Loan and document delivery service which is the best in South Asia. The service is being offered to promote resource sharing at the national and international levels among member-libraries of DELNET.

In order to modernise and network libraries, DELNET provides DelPlus - the Library Management Software free of charge to member-libraries. DELNET also offers support for installing Koha software to its member libraries. DELNET has a consortium for e-books and e-journals.

DELNET arranges training programmes, lectures, workshops and the National Convention on Knowledge, Library and Information on Networking (NACLIN) every year. More details are available at www.delnet.nic.in 4 Venue: Hotel Royal Orchid, Jaipur www.delnet.nic.in/ICRL2018 ICRL 2018 ICRL 2018 February 1-3, 2018 Jaipur, Rajasthan, India | Ambedkar University Delhi The Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University Delhi (Ambedkar University Delhi or AUD) is a public University with a multi campus, unitary structure with research, postgraduate and undergraduate programmes in the social sciences and the humanities.

The Ambedkar University Delhi was established by the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi through an Act of Legislature in 2007 and was notified in July 2008. Mandated to focus on research and teaching in the social sciences and humanities and guided by Dr Ambedkar's vision of bridging equality and social justice with excellence, AUD considers it to be its mission to create sustainable and effective linkages between access to and success in higher education. AUD is committed to creating an institutional culture characterized by humanism, non-hierarchical and collegial environment, teamwork and nurturance of creativity.

AUD has a rich and rapidly growing library located on both campuses, with a fast-growing subscription base of e-journals and resources. AUD library is running in three campuses - Kashmere Gate Campus, Karampura Campus and Lodhi Road Campus. The libraries are fully online and can be accessed both on and off campus. More details are available at www.aud.ac.in education exchange of its members. More details are available at www.slp.org.in Special Libraries Association (SLA), USA: The Special Libraries Association, USA established in 1909 (more than 107 years old) is one of the largest professional non-profit association across Globe with approximately 9,000 members in 83 countries with 58 chapters and 25 divisions.

More details are available at www.sla.org SLA Asian Chapter: The Asian chapter of SLA is one of the fastest growing chapters with members from around the Asia and world. It has over 150 members from India, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, UK, and USA. More details are available at www.asia.sla.org By Air: Jaipur is well-connected by various domestic airlines. By Rail: Jaipur Railway Station (Jaipur Junction) is a major railway station and the head quarters of the North Western Railways.

It is connected on the broad gauge with major Indian cities. Shatabdi train is connecting Jaipur with Delhi. By Road: Jaipur is well connected with the Capital City of Delhi. It is 268 kms away from Delhi. The journey by bus and train can be undertaken. It is five hours journey by road. Hotel Royal Orchid, Tonk Road, Durgapura, Jaipur is a 5 star Hotel in Jaipur with a close proximity to Jaipur International How to Reach Jaipur, Rajasthan About the Venue Airport, Railway station, etc. More details available at www.royalorchidhotels.com/hotel-royal-orchid-jaipur Tel: 0141-7191919 Jaipur is the well-known tourist destination in India and is Rajasthan's beautiful Pink City.

It is surrounded by three hill forts and series of palaces. The places of interest include its City Palace; Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal; Albert Hall; Jal Mahal; Amer Fort, B. M. Birla Planetarium, etc.. Jaipur is famous for its bazaars that specialize in Rajasthani jewellery, fabric and shoes.

Places of Interest in and around Jaipur Chief Patrons : Chairman : Organising Secretaries : Coordinators : Dr. J.P. Das, President, DELNET, New Delhi Prof. Shyam B. Menon, Vice Chancellor, Ambedkar University Delhi Dr. H.K. Kaul, Director, DELNET, New Delhi Dr. Sangeeta Kaul, Network Manager, DELNET, New Delhi Dr. Debal C. Kar, University Librarian, Ambedkar University Delhi Dr. P.K. Jain, Librarian, IEG, Delhi Dr. Parveen Babbar, Deputy Librarian, JNU, New Delhi & Member SLP Mr. Deepak Yadav, Senior Network Assistant, DELNET, New Delhi Ms. Alka Rai, Assistant Librarian, AUD, Kashmere Gate Campus/Lodhi Road Campus Dr.

Dinesh Kumar, Assistant, Librarian, AUD, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi Mr. Deep Singh, Librarian, MNIT Jaipur & Convenor, Local Coordination Committe, Jaipur International Conference on Reshaping Libraries: Emerging Global Technologies and Trends Organised by In Association with Special Libraries Association (SLA, USA), Asian Chapter Society for Library Professionals (SLP) International Library and Information Professional Summit (I-LIPS 2018) www.delnet.nic.in/ICRL2018 Society for Library Professionals (SLP): The Society for Library Professionals (SLP) was established on 3 January 2008 under the Societies Registration Act 1860.

The role of this Society is to achieve high standard of Librarianship in India. This will be achieved by the development of strong linkages among libraries and information centres across the globe; promotion of the library and information science profession in India by fostering collaboration with national and international agencies; and for intellectual development and Climate The climate during the month of February will be pleasant at around 23 degree Celsius with cool evenings. The participants are advised to carry light woolens.

Developing Library Network www.delnet.nic.in DELNET Ambedkar University Delhi www.aud.ac.in SLA Connecting People and Information Celebrating DELNET Silver Jubilee year

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