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Marketing library and information services

international perspectives

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Published by K. G. Saur in München .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Libraries -- Marketing.,
  • Information services -- Marketing.,
  • Libraries -- Public relations.,
  • Information services -- Public relations.,
  • Marketing.,
  • Bibliotheekvoorzieningen.,
  • Informatievoorziening.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited on behalf of IFLA by Dinesh K. Gupta ... [et al.].
    ContributionsGupta, Dinesh K.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ716.3 .M2932 2006, Z716.3 .M2932 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 419 p. :
    Number of Pages419
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18267230M
    ISBN 103598117531

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    Relations between library science, information science and LIS. Tefko Saracevic (, p. 13) argued that library science and information science are separate fields: The common ground between library science and information science, which is a strong one, is in the sharing of their social role and in their general concern with the problems of effective utilization of graphic .   MARKETING OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES Dr. Saeed Ullah Jan Assistant Professor, SUIT 2. INTRODUCTION For a long time, we (librarians and information professionals) had enjoyed a supplier's market and we lost our interest in working for our customers, and yet we want customers to come back.


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Marketing of Library and information service is very important aspect in the Library domain. In this paper author has discussed about need for implementation of marketing concept in the libraries. See also: Volume II, Marketing Library and Information Services II: A Global Outlook () Marketing Library and Information Services: International Perspectives Edited on behalf of IFLA by Dinesh K.

Gupta, Christie Koontz, Angels Massisimo and Réjean Savard Munich: K. Saur Verlag, xvi, pages. According to Duke and Tucker (), a marketing plan is a living document that will “change and develop every year as an institution learns from past marketing activities, the needs and desires of users change, and services, programs and resources of the library evolve to meet those changing needs” (p.

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Marketing can be a daunting process for many librarians. New technologies offer diverse avenues for promoting library services, and commercial marketing methods have become expected for libraries, too.

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This paper aims to demystify marketing for librarians. Practical solutions are provided on how to implement a marketing strategy, with particular emphasis on the value of using electronic information resources.

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To promote the collection in use it is necessary to market library products. This paper suggests practical solutions, ways and means of marketing the library Size: KB. Creative Library Marketing and Publicity: Best Practices shares the success of libraries of various sizes and types—small to large public, academic, and school libraries, systems, and organizations.

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Information is a commodity and information service is the marketing of that commodity. This chapter highlighted the significance of marketing in library and information science. Concepts such as information science, marketing and marketing mix, marketing research, and significance of marketing were : Monday Obaidjevwe Ogbomo.

The authors found that experience of marketing of information services and products is very encouraging at the AIMA Library. The users’ satisfaction assessment is overall good, which is evident from the fact that users are constantly asking for information through all possible means say e-mail, telephone, fax, mail and personal visits.

Ed.2 London: Aslib, p Seetharama, S: " Guidelines for marketing for information services and products " In Marketing of library and information services in India.

Calcutta:. Marketing of Library Services 1. 12/02/14 1 Vinita Jain, Librarian, Maharshi Dayanand College, Mumbai 2. IInnttrroodduuccttiioonn The basic aim of marketing is to know and understand our users in order that the library is able to satisfy those needs in an effective way.

Teaching Marketing for Better Cultural Projects' Management: the Book Trade, Information and Communications Department ExpertiseManagement and Marketing: an Insight to Developments in German Libraries; Library and Information Services Marketing in Pakistan: a Profil; Relationship Marketing in Brazilian University Libraries; Creating Value for.

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