National Workshop On “DSpace and Library Automation through RFID Training & Certification” 17-18 November 2018
Objective of Workshop:
- The students will be prepared to take up the challenges of the information society in future.
- The students will be prepared to take up leadership position in both the traditional types of information institutions e.g., academic libraries and modern information institutes.
- The students will be prepared in such a manner that they may be capable of taking up self employment in information field.
- Accommodate the first lovers of Library and Information Science as their first choice of subject.
- Fulfill the high level of teaching from basic level to advanced level under one umbrella.
- Incorporate the related disciplines in the curricula for facilitating interdisciplinary study and research.
- Educate library and information specialists who can respond to the changing information needs of the society.
- Provide leadership within the profession in defining the role of the profession, the interrelationships between the University and the practicing professional.
- Provide the scope of many other opportunities not easily available now to LIS students, e.g. appearing for the competitive and administrative examinations;
Department has organized 02 National Workshops in current session (KOHA & Mendeley).
Department gives live practical exposure with a central library.
World over, libraries are constantly facing challenges to meet the ever increasing expectations of users, due to lack of funds as well as resources too. Therefore, it is high time that libraries upgrade their services and systems using innovative approaches and use latest technology to fulfill the ever increasing expectation of users. This workshop is to provide training to library professionals to groom themselves to learn digital repositories of library material and library automation through RFID.
About DSpace: DSpace is open source repository software package typically used for creating open access repositories for scholarly and/or published digital content. While DSpace shares some features overlap with content management system and document management systems, DSpace repository software serves a specific need as a digital archive system, focused on the long term storage, access and preservation of digital content. The first public version of DSpace was released in November 2002. DSpace is constructing with Java web applications and many programs and an associated metadata store.
About RFID: RFID is an acronym for “Radio-Frequency Identification” and refers to a technology whereby digital data encoded in RFID Tags or smart labels (are captured by a reader via radio waves. RFID is similar to barcoding in that data from a tag or label are captured by a device that stores the data in a database. RFID, however has several advantages over system that use barcode asset tracking software. RFID in the library speeds up book borrowing, monitoring, books searching processes and thus frees staff to do more user-service tasks.
Target Audience: Workshop is intended for Library and Information Science Professionals/Students
Dr. M.P. Singh
Associate Professor & Head – Department of Library Science,
Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedker University,
Dr. Prabhat Pandey
Librarian & Head
Department of Library & Information Science
Sarojni Naidu Govt. Girls PG Autonomous College
Shivaji Nagar Bhopal (M.P.)
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile : 09893450234
Phone : 0755-2763311.
Dr. Shilipi Verma,
Professor , Dept. of Library & Information Science,
Mr. Vishal Chawla,
Department of Library Science,
Bundelkhund University, Jhansi
1.Dr. Ajay Tiwari
OP Jindal Global University
Near Jagdishpur Village, Sonipat Naraina Road
2.Dr. Sunil Chandel
M.P. Social Science Research centre,
3.Dr. Sandeep Pathak
4.Dr. Deepak Meena
Central University, Rajasthan
5.Dr. Rakesh Khare
AISECT University, Bhopal
6. Dr. Pooran Mal Gupta
GLA University Mathura (U.P)
7. Dr. Saurabh Lohiya
MATS University, Chattisgarh
Dr. Shailendra Sharma, Vice Chancellor
Mr. Ashish Parikh, Registrar
Dr. Ashwani Yadav, Associate Professor, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Dr. Mega Arora, Asst. Professor, Faculty of Library & Information Science
Dr. Lokeshwar Singh Jodhana, Associate Professor & Head, Department of T&HM
Mr. JeevanLal Panwar, Assistant Librarian, Mandsaur University
Mr. Asharam Pal, Librarian, MIP, Mandsaur
Mr. Mukesh Dhakad, Librarian, Department of Agriculture, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Mrs. Abha Gupta, Librarian, BAMS, Mandsaur
Ms. Sukrati Saraf, Research Scholar, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Mrs. Preeti Rathore, Assistant Librarian, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Mr. Sunil Khokhar, Library Assistant, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Ms.Anshita Sharma, Library Assistant, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Dr. Bhushan Kenkare, Head & Associate Professor, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Mr. Narendra Patidar, Librarian, BRNCOP, Mandsaur
Mr. NandKishore Patidar, Librarian, Shri Jawaharlal Nehru Law College, Mandsaur
Ms. Richa Dubey, Assistant Professor, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Media and Publicity
Mr. Anurag Trivedi, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Journalism, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Mr. Pradeep Gupta, Research Scholar, Faculty of Library & Information Science, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Ms. Anujha Surana, Mandsaur University
Mr. Riyaz Khan, System Administrator, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
Mr. Nilesh Jain, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur
8.00 to 8.30 Hrs Registration
09.30 to 10.00 Hrs Inaugural Session
10.00 to 10.30 Hrs Welcome Address
10.30 to 10.45 Hrs Tea break
10.45 to 01.00 Hrs Technical Session I
01.00 to 01.30 Hrs Lunch
01.30 to 03.00 Hrs Technical Session II
03.05 to 03.15 Hrs Tea break
03.15 to 03.45 Hrs Technical Session III
03.45 to 04.30 Hrs Open Discussion
9.30 to 01.00 Hrs Technical Session I
01.00 to 01.30 Hrs Lunch
1.30 to 03.00 Hrs Technical Session II
03.00 to 3.15 Hrs Tea break
3.15 to 04.30 Hrs Technical Session III
04.30 to 04.45 Hrs Open Discussion
04.45 to 05.0 Hrs Certificate Distribution.