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|Title:||Information sources in academic law libraries in India|
|Abstract:||Deals with basic role played by libraries of Indian academic law institutes and available basic information sources for resource building. Printed resources have been found to be specialized whereas online information resources are dynamic as they cover wide range of legal information. A webpage based study of the libraries of top twenty Indian academic legal institutes shows that more than half of the Indian premier academic legal institutes do not provide any information regarding their online information resources and thus this may be assumed that they hardly have any online information resource. Eight of the India’s top twenty academic legal institutes have well described libraries on the web with a variety of online resources which may be considered as shift change of libraries from printed information resource building to digital information dependency.|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIS Vol.55(3) [September 2008]|
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