9th International Library Information Professional Summit (I-LIPS) On Academic Libraries: Latest Trends and New Opportunities for Library and Information Professionals
9th International Library Information Professional Summit (I-LIPS) On Academic Libraries:
Latest Trends Challanges and Opportunities
(14 Feb to 16 Feb 2020)
S.O.S. in Library and Information Science, Jiwaji University Gwalior
in association with
ITM University, Gwalior
Special Libraries Association (USA)- Asian Chapter
Society for Library Professionals (SLP)
IFLA - Asia and Oceania Section
Galab Sabhagar, Jiwaji University, Gwalior, M.P.
JIWAJI UNIVERSITY GWALIOR
Jiwaji University Gwalior came into existence on May 23, 1964, through M.P. Govt. Ordinance no. 15 of 1963. Late Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, the then President of India, laid the foundation stone on 11th December 1964 at a sprawling campus of over 225 acres of land at Naulakha Parade ground. This was a generous contribution of Scindia family, in particular Kailashwasi Maharaja Shrimant Jiwaji Rao Scindia and late Rajmata Shrimati Vijayaraje Scindia. Jiwaji University provides affiliation to 396 Coleges, it has 100 courses, enrolled 3,40,000 stidents and research Scholars and presently have 887 faculty members teaching in different disciplines.
ITM UNIVERSITY GWALIOR
“ITM University-Gwalior”, is established by the Act of State Legislature, M.P. and is notified in the Official Gazette (extra-ordinary) of the State Government after having received the assent of His Excellency Governor of M.P. Who will be the Visitor of ITM University. “ITM University-Gwalior”, is sponsored by Samata Lok Sansthan, a registered charitable Trust. The Trust was successfully running various Institutions in discipline of Engg. Technology, Life Science, Computer Applications, Management, Nursing & Education etc for last 15 years enjoying the top ranking in the State & the Region. The flagship Institutions under ITM Group of Institution (known as ‘ITM Universe’ – brand name) like Institute of Technology & Management (ITM) & Institute of Allied Science and Computer Applications (IASCA) at Gwalior are NBA & NAAC accredited respectively.
SOCIETY FOR LIBRARY PROFESSIONALS (SLP), NEW DELHI
The SLP established in 2008 to achieve a high standard of Librarianship in India through the development of libraries and information centers to promote LIS professions in India. The role of this Society is to achieve high standard in the field of librarianship. This will be achieved by the development of strong linkages among libraries and information centers across the globe; advancement of library and information science profession in India by fostering collaboration with national and international agencies; and also by promoting educational exchange programmes with global partners. For further details visit http://www.slp.org.in
SPECIAL LIBRARIES ASSOCIATION (SLA), USA- ASIAN CHAPTER
The Special Libraries Association (SLA) with its headquarter at USA, is a non-profit global organization for information professionals and their strategic partners. SLA founded in 1909 in New York and is now the international association representing the interests of thousands of information professionals in over eighty countries worldwide. The Asian chapter of SLA is one of the fastest growing chapters with members from Asian and western countries. It has more than 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.
IFLA -ASIA AND OCEANIA SECTION
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) is the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users. It is the global voice of the library and information profession. IFLA -Asia and Oceania Section are to initiate, promote and facilitate the development of library and information services and the library profession within the five sub-regions of Asia and Oceania: West Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia and Oceania. The Section works in cooperation with the other Regional Sections and all of IFLA's Sections and Core Activities, especially the Action for Development through Libraries Programme.
OBJECTIVES OF THE CONFERENCE
The main aim of the conference is to provide a platform for the participants to discuss and exchange the ideas on the main theme and others latest technologies. The main objectives of the conference are to develop a professional understanding on the role of IT, and other latest technologies in the field of library and information Science to manage and disseminate the quality services. Professionals of Knowledge Innovation and Knowledge Management to share their experiences. Discuss, debate and develop strategies to manage and reform the information systems and libraries in the web environment. To focus how to increase the opportunities to share innovative practices and concepts across the profession, nationally and internationally and among all libraries. Identify and share ‘Best Practices’ developed and adopted by various information systems and libraries. Increase the expertise and provide the best possible platform to educate the upcoming generation of library professionals. Interaction with the new researchers. Imparting awareness of Plagiarism among the new generation. This conference will offer an opportunity to put forward on legal issues on plagiarism. It will also provide some innovative plans and discussion on Data Security and privacy in digital era.
- Library and information science professionals
- Information seekers and leaders in knowledge industry
- ICT and knowledge workers like content developers, web designers etc.
- Policy makers and government officials
- Information providers and vendors
- All stakeholders in the knowledge industry
- Students and research scholars in LIS and other subjects are also encouraged to attend this event
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