Addressing a gathering after inaugurating the 19th National Convention on Knowledge, Library and Information Networking - NACLIN 2016,Tezpur Assam, Ansari said the explosion of information now being produced in digital form has dramatically changed expectations about the production as well as the use of knowledge.
He further said that social networks and social media have become more important in people's learning strategies. Changing paradigms of knowledge production, expanding sources and modes of dissemination, faster and broader accessibility to a growing range of information - also have the ring of opportunity, he pointed out. Libraries must transform and avail these opportunities to remain vital forces of knowledge dissemination in the years ahead, he added.
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