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Thursday, August 07, 2014

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  • A university library management model for students’ learning support Volume 45, Issue 3-4 (2013) Kulthida Tuamsuk, Kanyarat Kwiecien & Jutharat Sarawanawongong
  • Library and information literacy instruction in Israeli colleges and universities: A preliminary surveyVolume 45, Issue 3-4 (2013) Carol R. Simon
  • The prediction of Internet utilization behavior of undergraduate agricultural students: An application of the theory of planned behavior Volume 45, Issue 3-4 (2013) Naser Zamani-Miandashti, Payam Memarbashi & Parvin Khalighzadeh
  • Multilingual Digital Libraries: A review of issues in system-centered and user-centered studies, information retrieval and user behaviorVolume 45, Issue 1-2 (2013)Evgenia Vassilakaki & Emmanouel Garoufallou
  • Traditional knowledge management and preservation: Intersections with Library and Information ScienceVolume 44, Issue 1 (2012) Charles Kamau Maina
  • Users' perceptions of library effectiveness: A comparative users' evaluation of central libraries of AMU, BHU, ALU and BBRAU Volume 44, Issue 2 (2012)Abdul Mannan Khan
  • Use of social networking sites by research scholars of the University of Delhi: A study Volume 44, Issue 3 (2012) Margam Madhusudhan
  • Use of digital media and demand for digitized contents in higher education sector of Pakistan Volume 44, Issue 3 (2012) Muhammad Rafiq & Kanwal Ameen

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