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Knowledge Management in Academic Libraries

International Journal of Knowledge Management and Practices

Volume 1 Issue 1

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: Dipak Krushnarao Bhalekar | Author(s) Affiliation: Librarian, Sudhakarrao Naik Institute of Pharmacy, Pusad, Dist. Yavatmal, India
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Abstract

In the current climate of rapid change, whether political, economical, social, or technological, the importance of knowledge cannot be ignored. Knowledge is seen to play a crucial role in the development of the society. The development of society is based on the development of the individual person of that society. Once society is developed automatically, the nation will develop. In the present scenario, knowledge has become an essence. It represents power. Developed countries have already realized the importance of knowledge and accordingly collected and organized properly. The developing countries like India are now realizing its importance. It has been felt that without knowledge, society and the nation cannot be developed. In this backdrop someone has to come forward and act as a mediator between those who have knowledge and those who may use it. No doubt, knowledge cannot be well managed until some organization or a professional takes the clear responsibility of it. Library professionals are the right persons to shoulder this responsibility. Knowledge is action. It is a value-added behavior and activity. It provides the ability to respond to a novel situation. The person having knowledge can take right decision at right time in any critical situation. Such decisions will definitely get fruitful results. Therefore it should not be neglected. It must be focused and shared.

Keywords: Knowledge Management, ICT, Artificial Intelligence

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