Annals of Library and Information Studies (ALIS)

Annals of library and information studies is a leading quarterly journal in Library and Information Studies publishing original papers, survey reports, reviews, short communications, and letters pertaining to library science, information science and computer applications in these fields.

In the year 1954, erstwhile INSDOC launched Annals of Library Science as its first publication and Dr. S R Ranganathan was its first Editor.  The journal’s title was expanded to Annals of Library Science and Documentation in 1964 and again renamed in 2001 as Annals of Library and Information Studies. Into its 59th volume in 2012, Annals of Library and Information Studies is the oldest LIS Indian journal.

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Vol 63, No 4 (2016): Annals of Library and Information Studies

Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial

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Mukhopadhyay, Parthasarathi 239-240
The triumph of David: A case study in VuFind customization PDF
Katz, Demian 241-260

Usability in the Pika discovery layer: an academic and public library case study

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Gallinger, Elizabeth ; Neville, Karen L. 261-265

Addressing online information resources’ access challenges: potentials of resource discovery tools’ application

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Dulle, Frankwell Wilson; Alphonce, Alex 266-273

Full-text ETD retrieval in library discovery system: designing a framework

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Sarkar, Prosenjit ; Mukhopadhyay, Parthasarathi 274-288

The role of social tags in web resource discovery:  an evaluation of
user-generated keywords

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Vaidya, Praveenkumar ; Harinarayana, N. S. 289-297

A personalised discovery service using Google custom search engine

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Dhara, Arup 298-305


Annals of Library and Information Studies (ALIS)