Md. Nazim Uddin

Md. Nazim Uddin
International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh | ICDDR,B · Library and Information Services Section (LISS)

PhD

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July 2008 - present
International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh
Position
  • Senior Manager and Head, Icddr,b Library

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Publications (9)
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Purpose – The core purpose of this study is to explore the web-based library services available in icddr,b Library. In addition, this research aims to investigate the adoption and utilisation of subscribed, registered and open access e-resources by the scientists and researchers at icddr,b Library. The existing facilities that influenced smooth usa...
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This paper analyses the impact of the use of electronic resources and Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative (HINARI) services for medical research libraries in Bangladesh, emphasising the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b). Purposeful use of e-resources, time and cost-saving benefits, research imp...
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The purpose of this paper is an attempt to describe the value of libraries to research, education and society in Bangladesh, and its objective is to explore the importance of establishing libraries in Bangladesh. Libraries continue to play a crucial role in the development of society providing contents, good knowledge, information on local communit...
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The present paper describes about the universal access to knowledge and information in the network and digital environment. The paper discusses the Open Access (OA) and Institutional Repositories (IR) initiatives for global access, repository, preservation, and organized management of networked information services in an environment where both the...
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Abstract The present paper describes about the universal access to knowledge and information in the network and digital environment. The paper discusses the Open Access (OA) and Institutional Repositories (IR) initiatives for global access, repository, preservation, and organized management of networked information services in an environment where...
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An analytical study of Bangladesh This book makes an effort to provide an outline of library systems and services of selected major university libraries in Bangladesh. Application of information technology, availability of reading materials, use of application software, user services, housekeeping operations, networking accessibility of libraries,...
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Institutional Repository (IR) and Digital Library (DL), are relatively new concepts in Bangladesh. IR may be considered as the first step of open access to research output. Library professionals in Bangladesh understand and realize the benefits of open access, yet open access initiatives have been very few at higher learning institutions. The Gover...
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University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh has taken an initiative to form a Digital Resources Consortium for the university libraries in Bangladesh for sharing integrated library systems and computer databases, collection development, purchasing of electronic journals, and digital resources. As of today there is no formal platform of consort...
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University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh has taken an initiative to form a Digital Resources Consortium for the university libraries in Bangladesh for sharing integrated library systems and computer databases, collection development, purchasing of electronic journals, and digital resources. As of today there is no formal platform of consort...

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