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    • Library Support System for Distance Education - Current Developments in India By Dr. Manorama Tripathi Indira Gandhi National Open University New Delhi, India [email_address]
    • Importance of Distance Education in India
      • Conventional system not adequate to meet the increasing demand for higher Education
      • Lifelong Learning/Updating knowledge
      • Availability of technology
      • Bridging the Knowledge gaps
    • Distance Education in India
      • India has got a very comprehensive distance education system; comprises a national open university, 13 state open universities and 106 dual mode institutions (campus universities practicing distance education centres). These altogether offer 500 programmes, 5000 courses to 2 million students through 5000 study centers and 85000 academic counselors.
    • Success of Distance education
      • Effective student support services
      • Library support services
    • Need for Library Support Services
      • Recommendations of CLA
      • ILA Guidelines for Distance Education
      • National Knowledge Commission
    • Distance learning libraries in India
      • 13 state open universities:
        • DR. B.R. AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY (BRAOU), HYDERABAD
        • A.P.VARDHMAN MAHAVEER OPEN UNIVERSITY (VMOU), KOTA
        • RAJASTHAN.NALANDA OPEN UNIVERSITY (NOU). PATNA
        • BIHARYASHWANTRAO CHAVAN MAHARAHSTRA OPEN UNIVERSITY (YCMOU), NASHIK, MAHARASHTRA.
        • MADHYA PRADESH BHOJ OPEN UNIVERSITY (MPBOU), BHOPAL, M.P.
        • .DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY (BAOU), AHMEDABAD
        • GUJARAT.KARNATAKA STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY (KSOU), MYSORE, KARNATAKA.
        • NETAJI SUBHAS OPEN UNIVERSITY (NSOU), KOLKATA, W.B..U.P.
        • RAJARSHI TANDON OPEN UNIVERSITY (UPRTOU), ALLAHABAD
        • U.P.TAMIL NADU OPEN UNIVERSITY (TNOU), CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU.
        • PT. SUNDERLAL SHARMA OPEN UNIVERSITY (PSSOU), BILASPUR, CHHATTISGARH.
        • UTTARANCHAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, HALDWANI, (NAINITAlL), UTTARANCHAL
        • K. K. Handique State University,Guwahati, Assam
    • Infrastructure/Facilities at these libraries
      • KSOU, MPBOU, YCMOU, VMOU have adequate infra structure; Libraries at the regional centers too-well developed
      • Hybrid libraries
      • PSSOU, Bilaspur, UOU, Naintal; KKHOU, Assam are in very early stage of development
    • India Gandhi National open University, India
      • T he Indira Gandhi National Open University was established by an Act of Parliament in 1985. it serves the educational aspirations of over 2 million students in India and 35 countries abroad through 21 Schools of Studies and an elaborate network of 58 regional centres, 7 sub- regional centres, 1621 study centres, and 41 overseas centres.
    • Library and Documentation Division
      • Library is a three-tier system
        • Books (68,851) Thesis (63) Pamphlets (95)
        • CD-ROMs (3754) Microforms Photographs (500) Bound Journals (9,491) Microfiches (17,559)Microfilms
        • Subject Journals (307) Magazines (38) Newsletters (16) Newspapers (21)
      • Services:
        • ILL-DELNET
        • Institutional
        • Online
        • OPAC
        • Reading
        • Reprography
      • Online databases-19 provide access to some 4000-5000 e-journals.
    • Problems faced by Distance Learning Libraries in India
      • Limited Information resources
      • Inadequate Infrastructure
      • Budgetary Constraints
      • Students can’t access the e- resources
    • NODLINET
      • Open and Distance Learners' Library And Information Network
    • Services under NODLINET
      • To develop a portal for providing complete information related to distance education
      • To consolidate web resources of interest to distance learning
      • To provide virtual reference service
      • To supply e-documentation support
      • To provide interlibrary loan and document delivery within the purview of IPR.
      • To develop online tutorials for distance learners.
      • To develop a consortium of e-resources for open and distance learning institutions [NODLINET PLAN, 2007]
    • Institutions under NODLINET
      • MHRD
      • IGNOU
      • SOUs
      • NIOS
    • Target Beneficiaries
      • Distance Learners
      • Faculty members
      • Academic counselors
      • Policy makers
    • Committees under NODLINET
      • Technical Committee
      • Content Committee
      • Financial &Management Committee
      • VC-IGNOU-Chairman
      • University Librarian-National Coordinator
    • Work done so f a r
      • First phase has already been started;
      • Under this,185 e- books have been subscribed and the access is provided to the distance learners across the whole country.
    • Technologies to be used
      • Athens
      • Shibboleth
      • Ezproxy
      • Intranet(IP Address)
    • Conclusion
      • NODLINET will provide a strong academic support system to distance learners by extending seamless access to information-licensed and indigenously created content. It will prove a big boon for all distance learners of the country.
    • References
      • http://www.bhojvirtualuniversity.com
      • http://www.ignou.ac.in/
      • http://www.ycmou.com/
      • http://www.braou.ac.in
      • http://www.vmoukota.org
      • http://www.nalandaopenuniversity.com
      • http://www.baou.org
    • Contd
      • http://www.ksoumysore.com
      • http://www.wbnsou.com
      • http://www.uprtou.com/
      • http://www.indiavarta.com/education/TamilNaduOpenuniversity/coucentres_TNOU.asp
      • ILA ‘Guidelines for Library Services to distance Learners', prepared by the Sectional Committee on Distance Education, Indian Library Association, New delhi,28july2001
    • Contd
      • Canadian Library Association (2000) Guidelines for Library Support of Distance and Distributed Learning in Canada. Available at
      • http://www.cla.ca/AM/Template.cfm?Section=Position_Statements&Template=/CM/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=3794 on March 15,2008
      • NODLINET Plan Document(2007) prepared by University Librarian
    • Thank You