Contributed paper presentations

14 July 2011

12.00 noon – 1.00 pm

Keynote Address

Dr. M.P. Tapaswi, Head, Knowledge Resource Centre, National Institute of Oceanography, Goa


Be on the top of the tide :Content management for effective Information dissemination

2.00 – 4.00 pm

SESSION 1 – Content Management and ICT: The Technology Interface

Paper presentations

1. Arun Kishore, B. L. Implementation of an Open Source Course Management System: The Experience of Moodle at DCSMAT Business School, Kerala

2. Binu K. John. Content Management System Using WordPress

3. Mini G Pillai, and Aparna, P. R. University Library Websites in Kerala: A Comparative Evaluation

4. K. Rajasekharan. Decentralization Watch Kerala: A Site that Shows Synergetic Use of a Few CMSs

5. H. Rajendra Babu and P. Y. Rajendra Kumar. Web content management systems Drupal — A Case study

6.Surendran Cherukodan and Dr. Humayoon Kabir, S. Making E-contents in-House: Some strategies

7 M. Varghese. Facet Analysis and its Applications in Content Management and Information Retrieval in the Web Environment

8. P. Vijayakumaran Nair, K. H. Hussain, N. Sarojam and E. V. Ricy. Creation, Retrieval and Distribution of Bibliographic Contents in KSCSTE Libraries: Experimenting with a New Text-based Search Engine.

15 July 2011

9.30 – 11.15 am.

SESSION 2 – E-Resources 1

Paper presentations

1. Ancy Jacob. Strategic Management of Info-Marketing: A Case study of Fisheries Institute Libraries in Kerala

2. Dr. C. Beena, S. N. and Archana. Knowledge Management in Scientific Productivities – New Dimensions for Future Research

3. Eldho Joy E. Adoption of Knowledge Management Practices in the University Libraries: A Review

4. Dr. Gavisiddappa Anandhalli and Jagadeesh, B. Digital Reference Services in Corporate Libraries: A Case Study of Tata Consultancy Services, Bangalore

5. Jinu S. Rajan. Open Source Content Management Systems: An Overview

6. Dr. Rekha Rani Varghese and Rupender Sharma. Open Access Resources in Science and Technology

7. Shalini Wasan and Gurdev Singh. Open Source Software — A Revolution in Institutional Repositories of India

8. T. Silaja. An assessment of Adequacy of Journal Coverage in CeBA for Fisheries Scientists, based on Citation Analysis.

9. Dr. P. K. Suresh Kumar. Reconstruction of University Library Web Sites in Kerala as Marketing Tools: A proposal

10. Suguna, L. S. Dr. A. Gopikuttan. Open Access Journals from India as Reflected in Directory of Open Access Journals.

11.30 am – 1.15 pm

SESSION 3 – E-Resources 2

Paper presentations

1. Dr. Beena, S and Dr. Vijayakumar, K. P. Digital Content Development and Management in India: A Selective Study

2.Lovely Susan Varghese. Documentation and Data Archival Activities Using Open Source Software in Human Spaceflight Programme

3..Malleshappa, K. and Chudamani, K. S. Web Intelligence Implication for ETD Data Mining: A Case Study of ETD Archives of JRD Tata Memorial Library.

4.. B. M. Meera, M. Manjunath and Kiran Savanur. Digital Information Services and Products: A Case of Raman Research Institute, Bangalore

5. Regil Nadh, C. M., Anjaly S. Nair and Seena, V. Content Management in Social Work Education: A Case Study of Rajagiri College of Social Sciences

6. Resmi Sara Thomas and Vijayakumar, K. P. Digital Content Development Initiatives for Children in India: An Analysis

7.Subir Das. Thesis in Institutional Digital Repositories: A Study with Special Reference to ‘Kautilya’ of Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research

8.K. E. Thampi and T. S. Balu. Information – Its Quality Contents and Use.


2.00 – 3.30 pm

SESSION 4 – Content management and Public libraries

Paper presentations

1. Dr. C. Anitha, Dr. J. Shivarama, Dr. Adithya Kumari, H. Digital Preservation Strategies

2. Beegum Sarjoon, N. R. and Dr. Humayoon Kabir, S. E-books and E-readers: An Overview

3. P. I. Divya. Digital Preservation Methods and Their Adoption in the Major Libraries of Kerala

4. Prof. Hariharan, N. Inventory Management in Libraries without Suspending Circulation

5.. S. Jahanara. Information System Applied in an Academic Library

6.Dr. Sr. Merciamma Mathew T. and Rev. Fr. Joseph Jose. Preservation: Old and New Technologies

7. S. Niruba Sethukumari. Content Management Initiatives in Tourism and Travel: A survey .

8. P. Suprabha. Digital Archiving at State Central Library, Thiruvananthapuram: An attempt at Harnessing Rare Information.

9. B. Surendran. The Growth and Development of Kendriya Vidyalaya Libraries to the Library 2.0: A Study with Reference to Chennai Region.


3.45 – 5.15 pm.

SESSION 5 — Capacity Building for Excellence

Paper presentations

1. Mrs. Chandrakala N. Pai and V. Sriram. Adapting to Change: Training Needs of LIS Professionals

2.S. L. Faisal. Managing the long tail of content and users in Academic Libraries

3. Dr. Gopakumar, V. Human Resource Development for Digital Content Management:An appraisal of Present Curricula of Library Schools in India

4. Dr. Keshava, Dr. Shivarama, J. and Prashanth Radaratti. Information Needs, Awareness and Source Use Behaviour of Students in B. Ed. College Libraries in Dharwad City: A Study.

4.Laila T. Abraham. Approach to Print and Online Journals among the Research Scholars of Science and Arts Departments of Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam

6. Majeed, H. Digital Learning System for Indian Universities: A 24 / 7 Tool for Learning Anywhere Anytime

7. Sunny Joseph. Integrating Knowledge outside Syllabus into Curriculum: A Study on the Awareness of Right to Information Act among Graduate Teacher Trainees in Kerala

8. Unnikrishnan S and Annu George. Doctoral Dissertations of Mahatma Gandhi University: A Study of the References Cited

9. Upsana Yadav. Human Resource Development

16 July 2011

9.30 – 11.30 am

SESSION 6 — Content Management and Web Technology

Paper presentations

1. Divya L. R. and K. G. Sudhier. Exploring the Use of Blogs for Personal Information Management

2. Jayasree, S. Use of Web 2.0 Tools by University Libraries: An Investigative Study

3. Hellen Agnes Amunga. Open Access Initiatives in Kenyan Universities: Issues and Suggested Solutions

4. Mahjabeen Aydeed, Vahida Beegam, T.and Dr. Jalaja, V. E -learning Among the Management Students at Calicut University

5. Midhula Soman V. S. and K. G. Sudhier. Feasibility of Implementing Learning Resource Centre for Visually Challenged Students

6. Shyni, K. G. Developing a Content Management Strategy for Libraries

7. C. Sugumaran. Vocabulary Control Methods in Design and Development of Special Dictionaries for Digital Translation

8.Vimal Kumar, V. Integration of Social Media Services in Digital Libraries for Effective User Community Engagement.

9. Mini Mol. ICT Centre at CHMK Library, University of Calicut: A Boon to Visually- Challenged.


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