Md. Ashikuzzaman

Work at North South University Library, Bangladesh.
  • Library Science
    Subject-Indexing

    Subject Indexing

    1. Introduction: All library work is a matter of storage and retrieval of information, and cataloguing and indexing are specially performed to achieve that. Subject cataloguing is intended to embrace only that activity which provides a verbal subject approach to materials added to library collections. Subject indexing is used in information retrieval especially to create index records to retrieve documents on a particular subject. Descriptive…

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  • Library Science

    Indexing language

    Juran Sarkhel (2017). (Professor of Library & Information Science, University of Kalyani, India) 1.1 Introduction: Indexing language (IL) is an artificial language made up of expressions connecting several kernel terms and adopted to the requirements of indexing. The function of an IL is to do whatever a natural language (NL) does and in addition organize the semantic content through a different expression providing a point…

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  • Library Science
    Cataloguing Versus Indexing

    Cataloguing Versus Indexing

    There has always been confusion about the distinction between ‘subject cataloguing’ and ‘subject indexing‘. Basically, cataloguing is the process of creating bibliographic description of a document as a whole entity, and subject cataloguing and classification assign subject labels which together descnbe the overall topic of the document. Indexing involves delving into a document for analysing its contents at a much deeper level to provide access…

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  • English
    Edublog

    EDUBLOG

    EduBlog and it’s features The usage of Blogs has become popular in educational institutions including public schools and colleges. Blogs can be important tools for sharing useful information and tips among co-workers, dispersing information to students, or keeping in contact with parents. Teachers can create, monitor and edit Blogs to ensure that the postings are relevant and pertain to the classroom. With weblogs, students can…

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  • General
    blog based learning

    Blog and it’s role in e-learning

    Blog: A Blog (weblog) is the type of website or part of the website in which items can be posted and displayed with the newest at the top. Like other media, blogs often focus on a particular subject, such as food, politics, or local news, etc., Some Blogs function as online diaries. Shortly, Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary,…

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  • English
    Multimedia

    Multimedia: It’s Components and Applications

    The word multimedia is derived from the terms, multi and media. Multi means many. Media refers to any hardware or software used for communication. Multimedia is the field concerned with the computer-controlled integration of the text, graphics, drawings, still and moving images (Video), animations, audio, etc., where all kinds of information could be represented, stored, transmitted and processed digitally. Components of Multimedia: i) Text: It…

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  • English
    E-learning

    E-Learning

    1. 1 Introduction: E-learning may be defined as ‘the instruction delivered via a computer that is intended to promote learning’. E-learning is commonly referred to as the international use of networked Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in teaching and learning. It may be considered as a backbone for all educational programs and includes online learning, virtual learning, distributed learning, web-based learning, Blog based learning, etc.…

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  • English
    ICT and Education

    Impact of ICT in Education

    Information & Communication Technology (ICT) in Education Technological resources that are available for teaching and learning include computer hardware and software in addition to CD-ROM and electronic communication media. The rapidly changing the nature of computer technology continues to a wide range of resources available for any subject-specific learning. Technology has an important role in every aspect of modern life. The technological device finds its…

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  • Library Science
    Indexing process and principles

    Indexing Process and Principles

    1.0 Introduction: An index is a guide to the items contained in or concepts derived from a collection. Item denotes any book, article, report, abstract review, etc. (textbook, part of a collection, passage in a book, an article in a journal, etc.). The word index has its origin in Latin and means: ‘to point out, to guide, to direct, to locate’. An index indicates or…

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  • Library Services
    Library Services for Disable People

    Library Services for Disabled Persons

    Definition of Disability: Disability means ‘incapacity to perform any activities in the usual or within the range considered normal for a human being’. A disability (or lack of a given ability, as the “dis” qualifier denotes) in humans may be physical, cognitive/mental, sensory, emotional, developmental or some combination of these. A common man can see with eyes, hear with ears, perform tasks, speak with tongue…

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