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Library and Information Science Portal

Library and Information Science Portal (LIS Portal) is a web portal featuring top popular stories from the Librarianship Studies & Information …

What is called the use of computers in the functions, activities, and services in libraries?

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - LIS QUIZ<p><b>QUESTION</b><p>What is called the use of computers in the functions, activities, and …

What is a computer?

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - LIS QUIZ<p><b>QUESTION</b><p>What is a computer?<p>(a) It is a manual machine<p>(b) It is a calculating …

What are the three levels of management?

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - LIS QUIZ<p><b>QUESTION</b><p>What are the three levels of management? (What are the three levels of …

What is information?

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - LIS QUIZ<p><b>QUESTION</b><p>What is information?<p>(a) Explosion of knowledge<p>(b) Human knowledge<p>(c) Process …

Reference service is the personal service to each reader in helping them to find the document - who gave this definition?

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - LIS QUIZ<p><b>QUESTION</b><p>Reference service is the personal service to each reader in helping them to …

Who categorized information sources into conventional, neo-conventional, non-conventional, and meta-documents?

(a) Bradford<p>(b) Ranganathan<p>(c) Hanson<p>(d) Grogan<p><b>ANSWER</b><p>(b) Ranganathan<p><i>Dr. S. R. Ranganathan categorized/classified documentary sources of information</i> …

In which year the book Five Laws of Library Science was published?

(a) 1928<p>(b) 1931<p>(c) 1932<p>(d) 1933<p><b>ANSWER</b><p>(b) 1931<p><i>Five laws were first published in Ranganathan's classic book entitled Five Laws of Library Science in</i> …

Five Laws of Library Science

<b>FIVE LAWS OF LIBRARY SCIENCE</b> ➨ The Five laws of library science is a theory proposed by S. R. Ranganathan in 1931, detailing the principles of …

What is FRBR?

(a) A content designation tool<p>(b) A data model<p>(c) A cataloging code or standard<p>(d) All of above<p>(e) None of above<p>Library and Information Science …

PRECIS (Preserved Context Index System)

<b>PRECIS (PRESERVED CONTEXT INDEX SYSTEM)</b> <b></b> ➨ PRECIS is an acronym for <i>PREserved Context Index System</i> or <i>PREserved Context Indexing System.</i> PRECIS is a …

What are the Benefits of RDA?

<b>WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF RDA? / WHY IS RDA NEEDED?</b><p><i>Included in the article: Resource Description and Access</i><p>RDA builds on the strengths of AACR2 but …

Why RDA after AACR2 (not AACR3)

Library Cataloging Metadata<p><b>WHY IT WAS NECESSARY TO ISSUE A BRAND NEW CATALOGING STANDARD?</b> <b>WHY RDA AFTER AACR2 (NOT AACR3)?</b><p><i>Main article Resource</i> …

Resource Description and Access

<b>RESOURCE DESCRIPTION AND ACCESS (RDA)</b> ➨ RDA stands for “Resource Description and Access” and is the title of the standard, that is the successor to …

Chain Indexing

Glossary of Library & Information Science<p><b>CHAIN INDEXING</b> ➨ Chain Indexing or Chain Procedure is a mechanical method to derive subject index entries or …

Library and Information Science Articles and News in 2017

Library and Information Science Articles and News is an initiative of <i>Librarianship Studies & Information Technology</i> blog to showcase the latest LIS …

Pre-Coordinate Indexing Systems

<b>PRE-COORDINATE SUBJECT INDEXING SYSTEMS</b><p>Nowadays most of the documents deal with complex and compound subjects, each comprising a number of components …

Library and Information Science Videos

200 Most Fantastic Library and Information Science Videos Every Librarian Must See<p>Library and Information Science Videos is an initiative of</i> …

Vocabulary Control

<b>VOCABULARY CONTROL</b><p>The term ‘vocabulary control’ refers to a limited set of terms that must be used to index documents, and to search for these …

Librarianship Studies & Information Technology

<b>Z39.50</b> ➨ Z39.50 is a national and international standard defining a protocol for computer-to-computer information retrieval. It is a client–server, …

Problems of Natural Language in Indexing

<b>PROBLEMS OF NATURAL LANGUAGE IN INDEXING</b><p>Derived indexing is based on the natural language of the documents which proves to be problematic sometimes …

RDA Cataloging News and RDA Bibliography

<b>RDA CATALOGING NEWS</b><p>RDA Cataloging News and RDA Bibliography is a compilation of News, Events, Workshops, Seminars, Conferences, Training, Articles, …

Derived Indexing

<b>Derived Indexing</b><p>Contents<p>Introduction to Derived Indexing<p>Title-Based Indexing<p>Keyword in Context (KWIC) Indexing<p>Keyword Out of Context (KWOC)<p>Keyword …

Citation Indexing

<b>CITATION INDEXING</b><p>Citation index is an ordered list of cited articles along with a list of citing articles. The cited article is identified as the …

SALMAN HAIDER

Dear Library and Information Science Professionals, wish you all a very happy, healthy, and prosperous new year 2017.<p>My 8 blogs including "Resource …

SALMAN HAIDER

BLOGS AND WEBSITES ON LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE BY SALMAN HAIDER<p>Blogs and websites on Library and Information Science by Salman Haider, …

Information Access Through The Subject

INFORMATION ACCESS THROUGH THE SUBJECT<p><b>Information Access Through The Subject : An Annotated Bibliography / by Salman Haider. - Online : OpenThesis,</b> …

Derived Indexing

<b>Derived Indexing</b><p>Contents<p>Introduction to Derived Indexing<p>Title-Based Indexing<p>Keyword in Context (KWIC) Indexing<p>Keyword Out of Context (KWOC)<p>Keyword …

Other Title Information : Glossary of Library & Information Science

<b>Other Title Information</b> is described in this new entry in Glossary of Library & Information Science.<p>Contents<p>Other Title Information<p>What Other Title …