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|CDLIS Bulletin (2010). CDLIS Bulletin. Vol.3 Issue 3. Central Department of Library and Information Science, TU, Kirtipur
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|Engaging with students’ written work is truly enriching, echoing their dedication, challenges, and accomplishments. This bulletin serves as a testament to their valuable journey, aiming to chronicle their progress. Additionally, it endeavors to share pertinent information relating to MLISc. subject matter and the practical applications within the realm of library and information science. This edition delves into the historical evolution of the Internet, highlighting how the USA’s security concerns spurred widespread networking, ultimately leading to the creation of the World Wide Web. The tireless dedication of researchers played a pivotal role in shaping the Internet since the 1960s, propelling its rapid evolution. This technological advancement has significantly broadened information services, encompassing various facets of information communication and technology. Furthermore, within Kathmandu, the establishment of children’s libraries, generously funded by a Japanese organization, has been a notable development. Additionally, the depiction of libraries as rehabilitation centers within prisons underscores the multifaceted roles libraries play, as explored in the students’ articles. The integration of ICT has notably expanded the responsibilities of information professionals, catering not only to the needs of library professionals but also to the information user’s ability to access information. It is an issue eloquently raised by our writers.
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