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The purpose of this study is to showcase exciting new technology products coming to the marketplace.Design/methodology/approachThe conference report was written by LHTN Editor on CES2022, forecasting new technology trends and products of interest to librarians and others.FindingsSeveral new...
This paper aims to focus on data literacy and its use with technology in libraries. The trends in technology and data literacy emphasize making information accessible and easily usable for purposes of informed decision-making.Design/methodology/approachSystematic literature review is done,...
The purpose of this study is to visualize the key literature on the topic “Open Educational Resources” using the research discovery tool “Litmaps”.Design/methodology/approachLitmaps visual citation navigation, the ultimate science discovery platform, is used for the present study. It provides an...
The purpose of this paper is to propose the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in aspects of Caribbean academic libraries for greater levels of efficacy as well as overall widespread reach and access. This paper will further emphasize the importance of AI in fostering a smooth workforce,...
The purpose of this study is to look into the three major new innovative components such as collection tree, tags cloud and geolocation for developing digital library system. This study aims to develop and design an integrated framework for enhancing this services.Design/methodology/approachThis...
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