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NACLIN 2013

16th National Convention on Knowledge, Library and Information Networking

Emerging Technologies and Innovations in Library Practices

Jointly

Organised by

DELNET, New Delhi

and

Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur

December 10
-
12,
2013


Theme: Emerging Technologies and Innovations in Library Practices

16th National Convention on Knowledge, Library and Information Networking

The emerging technologies are giving rise to new applications that are being introduced in
libraries to discov
er not only the printed content and manuscripts but also high
-
resolution
photo galleries, audio and video collections and even the architecture of the libraries. Thus,
these technologies bring all types of content on a given theme and make access to it
possible
through one window. To perform better and show better results new practices are emerging in
advanced libraries.

The National Convention on Knowledge, Library and Information Networking (NACLIN 2013)
will be devoted to discussing how the latest t
echnologies can enhance library services, and help
in the dissemination of information among library users including students, staff and patrons.
The technologies that are impacting libraries include Cloud Computing, Social Networking, E
-
resources, Know
ledge Organisation and Ontologies; Metadata Standards; Mobile Technology
Application in Library Services; Information Security; Preservation/Archives; Federated Search
Engines; Semantic Web; Information Management in Virtual Organisations among others.

Th
e national convention is scheduled for three days. The first day is entirely devoted to
conducting tutorials by experts on the following topic:

Research Methodology and Writing Skills

The next two days will focus on the theme of the National Convention
on

Emerging
Technologies and Innovations in Library Practices

The theme is divided into several sub
-
themes as detailed below:

I

Emerging Digital Technologies


Cloud Computing Applications


Mobile Technologies



Web
-
based Applications


Library Portals


RFID


Semantic Web


Open Source Software


Multimedia Applications


Digital Communication Tools

II

Digital Library Practices


Digitisation Procedures


Digital Preservation


Managing Web Resources


Archiving Consortia
-
based Resources


Electronic Publishing Syste
ms


Multilingual Technologies


Best Metadata Practices

III

Managing Web Resources


Web 2.0


Content Management


E
-
Content for E
-
Users


Subject Approach to Content Management

IV

Library Networking and Consortia


Networking Libraries and Information Centres


Sharing of Digital Resources


Consortia Practices and Models

V

Library Services and Users Needs


Library Services: Best Practices


ICT Based Services


Marketing LIS Products


User Satisfaction


User Studies

VI

Copyright and IPR


IPR and Digital Environm
ent


Open Access and Copyright Infringement


Digital Rights Management


Digital Libraries and IPR


Copyright Management : International Efforts


Copyright and Digital Archiving

VII

Human Resources Management


Essential Skills for LIS Professionals


Life Lo
ng Learning


Information Literacy


E
-
Learning


Leadership Qualities


Networks and Virtual Learning Environment


LIS Education and Training


Revising LIS Curriculum


Quality Assurance Issues in LIS

VIII


Information Services for Public


National Virtual L
ibrary


Managing Public Libraries: New Trends


E
-
Governance


Knowledge Centres for Rural Development


Digital Reference Services


Library and Information Services for Distance Learners


Re
-
engineering Library Services


Information Retrieval in Indian Langu
ages


Marketing of Library and Information Services

IX

Knowledge Society


Role of Digital Libraries in a Knowledge Society


Copyright and Free Flow of Information


Role of State and Central Governments


International Cooperation


Indigenous Knowledg
e


Public Libraries as Knowledge Centres


Open Access to Knowledge Social Informatics


Digital Entrepreneurship



Submission of Papers

Original papers on the above sub
-
themes or related themes are invited from Library and
Information Science professionals.

The papers should be based on research surveys, case
studies or action plans. Surveys on Internet use/E
-
Journals Usage in libraries will not be
accepted. Papers should not normally exceed 5,000 words or 16 double
-
spaced pages, besides
tables, diagrams, et
c. Also, each paper should contain an abstract, upto ten keywords, body of
the paper, conclusion and references. The abstract should state in about 150 words the sum and
substance of the paper. The conclusion should include the recommendations made in th
e paper.
The key words which describe the main issues discussed should be given in alphabetical order.
The paper should also contain the author's name, title, organisation, address, telephone, fax, and
E
-
mail address. All references should be presented a
ccording to the Chicago Manual of Style
(http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_ citationguide.html). The following examples are
cited from the Manual to ensure that the referencing model is strictly followed.

Books

One author

Doniger, Wendy. 1999. Spli
tting the difference. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Two authors

Cowlishaw, Guy, and Robin Dunbar. 2000. Primate conservation biology. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press.

Four or more authors

Laumann, Edward O., John H. Gagnon, Robert T. Michael,
and Stuart Michaels. 1994. The social
organisation of sexuality: Sexual practices

in the United States. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Editor, translator, or compiler

Lattimore, Richmond, trans. 1951. The Iliad of Homer. Chicago: University of Chica
go Press.

Editor, translator, or compiler in addition to author

Bonnefoy, Yves. 1995. New and selected poems. Ed. John Naughton and Anthony Rudolf.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Chapter or other parts of a book

Wiese, Andrew. 2006. “The house I liv
e in”: Race, class, and African American suburban dreams
in the postwar United States. In The new suburban history, ed. Kevin M. Kruse and Thomas J.
Sugrue, 99

119. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Book published electronically

Kurland, Philip B., and

Ralph Lerner, eds. 1987. The founders' Constitution. Chicago: University
of Chicago Press. http://presspubs.

uchicago.edu/founders/. (accessed June 27, 2006).

Journal Articles

Article in a print journal

Smith, John Maynard. 1998. The origin of altruism. N
ature 393: 639

40.

Article in an online journal

Hlatky, Mark A., Derek Boothroyd, Eric Vittinghoff, Penny Sharp, and Mary A. Whooley. 2002.
Quality
-
of
-
life and depressive symptoms in post
-
menopausal women after receiving hormone
therapy: Results from the H
eart and Estrogen/Progestin Replacement Study (HERS) trial.

Journal of the American Medical Association 287, no. 5 (February 6), http://jama.ama
-
assn.org/issues/v287n5/rfull/ joc10108.html#aainfo (accessed January 7, 2004).

Papers should be typed in the f
ollowing document setup : 8.5" x 11" page size, 1.25" margins,

12 point Times Roman and double spaced. Papers may be typed as Word or in RTF format.

Every paper has to be accompanied by copyright declaration form according to the format
available at confe
rence website www.naclin.org

At least one of the authors listed in the paper must register for NACLIN 2013 within one week
after the paper has been accepted for presentation in NACLIN 2013.

The completed paper may be sent electronically to hkkaul@gmail.com

Also a hard copy of the same along with the copyright declaration be sent to

Dr. H. K. Kaul, Director, DELNET, JNU Campus, Nelson Mandela Road, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
110 070. E
-
mail: hkkaul@gmail.com

Last date for submission of papers: November 1, 2013
.

Conference Language

The conference language is English.

Who Should Attend?

Librarians, Professional Library Staff and other Library and Information Science Professionals,
Knowledge Seekers, Leaders in Knowledge Industry, Government Officials, Content
Man
agement Experts, Information Management Experts, Professional Staff of IT Companies,
Industrialists, Technology Managers, Knowledge Officers, Media Experts, Knowledge Centre
Managers and Knowledge Managers.

DELNET
-

Developing Library Network

DELNET is a m
ajor resource
-
sharing library network in South Asia which covers a wide
spectrum of member
-
libraries and their resources connecting more than 4500 libraries in
thirty
-
two states in India and seven countries. It was registered as a society in 1992. DELNET i
s
committed to pool the information about resources scattered in the libraries in the country and
consolidate information through union catalogues, union lists and other databases. This is being
done to satisfy the major information requirements of studen
ts, researchers, scholars and the
public in the country. DELNET provides extensive Inter
-
library Loan facilities to its member
-
libraries in and outside the country and is one of the most widely used and popular services of
DELNET. DELNET databases have c
rossed over 1 crore 50 lakh records.

More information about DELNET can be obtained at www.delnet.nic.in

Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur

Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur was established in 1963 with the name as
Malaviya Reg
ional Engineering College, Jaipur. This year the Institute is celebrating its Golden
Jubilee Year. On June 26, 2002 the college was given the status of the National Institute of
Technology and on August 15, 2007 it was proclaimed as the Institute of Nati
onal Importance
through an Act of Parliament. The Institute is fully funded by the Ministry of Human Resource
Development (MHRD), Government of India. The institute is devoted to imparting technical
education of international standards and conducting resea
rch at the cutting edge of technology
to meet the current and future challenges of technological development. More than 12,000
students have already graduated since its establishment.

It has a campus of over 312 acres. The campus provides all essential am
enities for community
living such as staff clubs, hospital, bank, post office, community centre, school, staff residences,
gymnasium, playing fields, guest houses, 24 hours Internet connectivity, and canteen.

The subjects studied at the MNIT include Archi
tecture; Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Civil
Engineering;

Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Electronics & Communication En
-
gineering;
Humanities and Social Sciences; Information Technology; Management Studies; Mechanical
Engineering; Metall
urgical & Materials Engineering; and Physics.

The Central Library / Learning Resource Centre at MNIT with a floor area of 15,850 sq. ft. with
new facilities and furniture is easily approachable. The reading rooms equipped with cubicles
are fully air co
nditioned. The library is automated. It has a collection of over 1,71,600 books and
bound volumes and a non
-
print collection of about 2,200 CDs, videos, etc.

The library also receives e
-
resources and online journals under INDEST
-
AICTE Consortium.
More th
an 2000 full text online foreign journals are accessible from: ACM Digital Library, ACE,
ASME, Annual Reviews, IEL Online (IEE & IEEE), Indian Standards (Intranet Version), Nature,
Project Muse, Springer Link, Taylor & Francis, Emerald and many others. T
he Library also has
access to DELNET Databases and Services.

More information about MNIT Jaipur can be obtained at www.mnit.ac.in.

How to Reach Jaipur

By Air : Jaipur is well
-
connected by various domestic airlines.

By Rail : Jaipur Railway Station (Jaipu
r Junction) is a major railway station and the headquarters
of the North Western Railways. It is connected on the broad gauge with major Indian cities.

Shatabdi train connects Jaipur with Delhi.

By Road: Jaipur is well connected with the Capital City of

Delhi. The journey by bus and train can
be undertaken.

Places of Interest in and around Jaipur

Jaipur is Rajasthan's beautiful Pink City and is surrounded by three hill forts and a series of
palaces. The places of interest include its City Palace comp
lex including the museum; Jantar
Mantar, Hawa Mahal; Albert Hall;

Jal Mahal; Amber Fort; Nahargarh Fort; B. M. Birla Planetarium among many other places of
attraction.

Jaipur is famous for its bazaars that specialise in Rajasthani jewellery, fabrics and

shoes. Please
visit www.rajasthantourism.gov.in for details.

Accommodation

The accommodation can be arranged in the guest houses/budget hotels by the Organising
Secretariat. The charges are
`

750 per day

per person (on double occupancy basis) provided t
hat the payment from the delegate is
received by November 15, 2013.

Hotels: Many hotels are available in Jaipur. The following are some hotels of Jaipur with contact
details. You are most welcome to write to us for any assistance.


List of Hotels in Jai
pur

Name and Address

Room

Single

Double





Category

(Per day)

(Per day)

1.

Hotel Taran

Deluxe

`

1500

`

1500


JLN Marg, Jaipur


+ Tax

+ Tax


Tel.

:

91 141 4068999


E
-
mail

:

hoteltaran@gmail.com


Web

:

www.hoteltaran.com

2.

Hotel Angel

Delu
xe

`

1750

`

1750


Panchsheel Enclave, JLN Marg, Jaipur


+ Tax

+ Tax


Tel.

:

91 141 2724835
-
36, 9602293999, 9928652584




E
-
mail

:

bschauhan123@gmail.com


Web

:

www.hotelangel.co.in

3.

Red Fox Hotel, Jaipur



Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Stan
dard

`

2,200

`

2,500


Tel.

:

+91 141 4120101


+Tax

+Tax


E
-
mail

:

reservations@lemontreehotels.com



Web

:

www.lemontreehotels.com


4.

Hotel Jaipur Palace

Deluxe

`

2200/
-


`

4000/
-


Sahakar Marg, Tonk Road



+Tax


+Tax



Jaipur
-
302 015 (INDIA)



Phone

:

+ 91
-
141
-
2743161
-
64



E
-
mail

:

reservation@jaipurpalace.in



Web

:

www.jaipurpalace.in

Note: Kindly carry Government of India Approved Photo ID Proof for Room Checking (i.e.
Driving License or Election Card or Passp
ort)


Participation Fee

DELNET Members

`

2,500

Professionals from Rajasthan


including members

`

2,000

LIS Students

`

1,500

Non
-
Members from outside

Rajasthan including SAARC

Countries

`

3,500

NON
-
SAARC Countries

Members

US$ 150

Non
-
Members

US$ 250

Additi
onal delegates from the same organisation will be offered 25 per cent discount.

Accompanying Person (non
-
LIS professional, family member):

`

1000 per person for attending the Convention. Accommodation charges will be extra.

Addresses for Communication

Fo
r Local Organisational Support/accommodation, bookings for exhibitions, etc., please contact:

Mr. Deep Singh

Librarian, MNIT Jaipur & Organising Secretary,

NACLIN 2013

Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur


Jawaharlal Nehru Marg

Jaipur 302017,
Rajasthan, India

Tel.

:

91
-
141
-
2713302

Mobile

:

91
-
9001440442

E
-
mail

:

nishants97@gmail.com

Payments for Registration /Accommodation:

All payments for Registration and Accommodation should be sent by demand draft/multi
-
city
cheque to the following DELNET
address. Demand Draft/Multi
-
City Cheque should be made in
favour of DELNET and payable at New Delhi.

Kindly write to us for electronic bank transfer details.

Dr. Sangeeta Kaul

Network Manager, DELNET & Co
-
Organising Secretary, NACLIN 2013

JNU Campus, N
elson Mandela Road

Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
-
110070, India

Tel.

:

91
-
11
-
26742222, 26741266

Mobile

:

91
-
9810329992

Fax

:

91
-
11
-
26741122

E
-
mail

:

sangskaul2003@yahoo.co.in, sangs@delnet.ren.nic.in

Submission of Papers

Dr. H K. Kaul

Director

DELNET
-
Develop
ing Library Network

JNU Campus, Nelson Mandela Road

Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
-
110070, India

Tel.

:

91
-
11
-
26741111

Mobile

:

91
-
9891016667

E
-
mail

:

hkkaul@gmail.com



director@delnet.ren.nic.in

Web

:

www.delnet.nic.in

Dates to Remember

Last Date for Registra
tion: November 31, 2013

(On
-
the
-
spot registration is also available)

Last Date for Submission of Papers: November 1, 2013.


Visit www.naclin.org for NACLIN 2013 updates


NACLIN 2013

Chief Patron

:

Prof
. K.K. Aggarwal, Chairman, MNIT

Patron

: Prof. I.K. Bha
t, Director, MNIT

Chairman

:
Dr. H. K. Kaul, Directo
r, DELNET, New Delhi

Organising Secretary

:
Mr. Deep

Singh, Librarian, MNIT, Jaipur

Co
-
Organising Secretary

:
Dr. Sangeeta Kaul, Network Manager, DELNET