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    • E-library S.G.Isave, Assistant Professor, Tilak College of Education, Pune-India
    • •What is e-library ? • Library services provided through internet. • E-library has a web site for transaction. • E-mail is essential to open an account. • It may paid or free. • Journals, books, multimedia programmes. • Can be accessed and downloaded. • 24 7 access. • Archives are available.2 sgisave@ymail.com
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    • •Educational uses • World wide educational books are available on a click. • Teacher can subscribe international journal useful for teaching and research. • Students can refer more books for self learning, projects, assignment. • Differently able students and teacher can access multi media material.7 sgisave@ymail.com
    • •Educational uses • Parents can guide students by reading more books. • Limitations of physical library can be avoided. • E books for reading on PCs, mobiles increases possibilities of lifelong learning. • Useful in non formal learning and in distant mode.8 sgisave@ymail.com
    • •Limitations • Technological barrier- Availability of electricity, computer and internet facility. • Language barrier - Lack of literature in local languages. Its English dominant world. • Not useful for school going children. • Printed books are easier to read than e- books on a screen. • When it is paid account it is costly.9 sgisave@ymail.com
    • •Limitations • Need guidance about the selection of material. • Need to check validity of content. • Need to process on accessed material; can’t be accepted as it is. • Huge storage of books may creates confusion. • More useful for scientific subjects than social sciences because of differences.10 sgisave@ymail.com
    • •Some e-library sites • http://elibrary.icrisat.org/ • www.jainelibrary.org/ • www.elibrary.co.in/ • www.eric.nic.in/ • www.sagepub.in/ • www.e-book.com.au/ • www.openelibrary.org/ • www.web-books.com/eLibrary/ • www.apdip.net/elibrary/11 sgisave@ymail.com
    • Thanks • Download, feedback, improve and use it.12 sgisave@ymail.com