[LIS-Forum] Seminars on Usage Promotion of e-Information Resources
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Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2005 17:33:11 +0530
From: mouna <mouna at informindia.co.in>
Seminars on Usage Promotion of e-Information Resources
E-Information Resources have become an integral part of the libraries and
their user community. The major concern faced today by the LIS professionals
and decision makers is the optimal usage of these e-Information resources.
To discuss the issues related to User Awareness and Training for usage
promotion, Informatics alongwith Springer, Taylor & Francis, Annual Reviews
and IEE Inspec is organizing seminars in different parts of the country.
Cochin November 11,2005
Pune November 14,2005
Bhubaneswar November 16,2005
Chandigarh November 18,2005
The Program Structure:
Keynote on Seminar Topic
Panel Debates on issues related to the topic focusing on the following
1.Level & Type of User education & training for different e-resources
*Resource specific training?
*Institution specific training programs
*Group & Consortia targeted training programs
*Who should be providing the training?
*Joint initiative of both?
3.Training Infrastructure, Course Material Development, Costs & Budgets
4.Internal Marketing for Usage Promotion
*Training Vs Awareness (Promotion)
5.Usage Models & Analysis
*COUNTER - Counting Online Usage of Networked Electronic Resources
6.Information Needs & Usage Levels
*Do our users feel the need for information and its quick
access/availability on a scale comparable to developed world?
*Impact of education and research culture/quality on usage promotion.
You are invited to register online (www.informindia.co.in) and submit your
questions for the Panel Debate.
REGISTRATION is FREE.
For more details you can also write to us at events at informindia.co.in or
Product Marketing Manager
Informatics (India) Limited
337, Karuna Complex, 3rd Floor,
Sampige Road, Malleswaram
Bangalore 560003, India
Phone: 91 80 23365940
Mobile: 91 98459 41610
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