Career Blog as a Distance Guidance Tool by Libraries: A Case Study of Asmita College Library

Rakshikar, Nidhi Career Blog as a Distance Guidance Tool by Libraries: A Case Study of Asmita College Library. International e-Journal of Library Science, 2017, vol. 5, n. 2, pp. 116-121. [Journal article (Paginated)]

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The right career advice can help a person to choose a career to suit individual personality as well as his aspirations. College libraries can contribute much towards providing career information services. Web 2.0 is the best medium to interact with youth and to know their changing expectations from academic libraries. The present case study of Asmita college library highlights the role played by the library in career guidance activities through the use of a blog to provide innovative career information services.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: Career Blog, Web 2.0, College Libraries, Innovative Practices, Career Information Services
Subjects: D. Libraries as physical collections. > DD. Academic libraries.
H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HQ. Web pages.
H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HT. Web 2.0, Social networks
L. Information technology and library technology > LC. Internet, including WWW.
Depositing user: Nidhi Niwant Rakshikar
Date deposited: 02 Nov 2019 09:26
Last modified: 02 Nov 2019 09:26


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