Empowering Academic Libraries: Navigating the Digital Age with Knowledge Management and Online Resource Optimization

Year : 2024 | Volume : | : | Page : –
By

Bhavana Joshi

  1. Research Scholar Department of Library and Information Science Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, Meerut, U.P. Meerut, U.P. India

Abstract

Knowledge management plays a crucial role in academic libraries, with a focus on enhancing research outputs and improving access to information. In the realm of online resources management, academic libraries must harness online resources to enhance student success and employability. The OntoEng framework provides a theoretical framework for knowledge management. By incorporating such methodological enhancements, future research in both MD and medical education could lead to the development of more effective treatment options and policy recommendations, ultimately reducing the risk of adverse consequences and advancing equitable practices in healthcare and education. Final Thoughts In reflecting on the culmination of our discussion regarding knowledge management and online resources management in academic libraries, it is evident that the integration of Christian values and principles, as highlighted in (Baritz et al., 2005), could significantly impact the sustainability and operational processes of such institutions. Despite the challenges posed by political regimes, the notion of preserving human wholeness and societal roots remains paramount to maintaining a sense of cultural, social, and ethical integrity within academic environments. Conversely, as outlined in (Demeter et al., 2012), the focus on competitiveness, innovation, and lean management strategies also plays a vital role in shaping the future trajectory of academic libraries. By synthesizing these perspectives, it becomes apparent that a holistic approach that balances traditional values with contemporary business strategies is essential for the effective management of knowledge resources in academic settings. The intersection of these ideologies offers a nuanced framework for enhancing organizational efficacy and societal impact within the realm of academic libraries, underpinning the importance of multifaceted approaches in knowledge management practices.

Keywords: academic libraries, knowledge management, online resources management, sustainability operational processes,, library services

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