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University of Jammu hosts distinguished lecture on navigating open access, digital services
9/20/2023 10:44:40 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 20: In a bid to explore the ever-evolving landscape of information management in the digital age, the Department of Library and Information Science (DLIS) at the University of Jammu recently organized a distinguished lecture by Dr. Sanjiv Kadyan, the esteemed Head of DLIS at Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Haryana.
The event, orchestrated by Professor Sangita Gupta, Head of DLIS at the University of Jammu, was a resounding success, bringing together scholars, students, and professionals from the field of Library and Information Science.
Dr. Sanjiv Kadyan’s lecture, titled “Navigating Open Access and Digital Services: Your Path to Teaching, Learning, and Research Success,” proved to be an enlightening experience for all in attendance. Dr. Kadyan’s captivating discourse delved into the evolving technologies and terminologies that have become indispensable in the digital era.
Throughout the lecture, Dr. Kadyan underscored the critical importance of adapting to the rapidly changing information management landscape. He shared innovative strategies for modern libraries to stay relevant and effectively cater to the diverse needs of users in a tech-dominated world.
Professor Sangita Gupta, the driving force behind this thought-provoking event, expressed her gratitude to Dr. Sanjiv Kadyan for sharing his valuable insights and inspiring the next generation of information professionals. She remarked, “Dr. Kadyan’s lecture has undeniably enriched our understanding of the challenges and opportunities that libraries face. It is an honor to host him at the University of Jammu.”
Among the distinguished audience were faculty members Dr. Parmod, Dr. Reenu, Mr. Ashwin, Dr. Bindu, scholars, students, and professionals, all keen to absorb the wisdom and foresight provided by Dr. Kadyan.
The Department of Library and Information Science at the University of Jammu is committed to continuing its efforts in organizing such enlightening events that contribute to the growth and adaptation of the field in an increasingly digital world.
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