Subaveerapandiyan A.

Subaveerapandiyan A.
Yenepoya University · Library and Information Science

PhD Research Scholar (Library and Information Science), Yenepoya (Deemed to be University)

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Introduction
Ph.D. candidate in Library and Information Science with experience as a Librarian and Library Professional Assistant, expertise in cataloging and classification (DDC, UDC, AACR-2), proficiency in open-source library software (Koha, Dspace), content management (Joomla, WordPress), technical and analytical skills, and MS Office. Published 19 journal articles (13 indexed in Scopus) with research interests in research data management, reference management software, digital literacy, and AI
Education
January 2023 - January 2026
Yenepoya (Deemed to be University)
Field of study
  • Library and Information Science
August 2017 - May 2019
Central University of Tamil Nadu
Field of study
  • Library and Information Science

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Publications (29)
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Digital literacy is the skill of finding, evaluating, consuming, and generating information using digital technologies. The study attempted to comprehend university students' digital reading habits and skills. It also provides a glimpse of the pupils' favorite reading materials, including physical and digital sources. We examined BSc and BE Compute...
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This article attempts to comprehend the current issues and hurdles that Indian colleges affiliated with Tamil Nadu State Universities encounter when trying to subscribe to a software that detects plagiarism. The study’s goals are to determine whether colleges employ anti-plagiarism software, whether they ensure that their student-given assignments...
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Purpose This study aims to assess the digital literacy of African library and information science (LIS) professionals. Digital literacy skills are required in the digital library environment. Design/methodology/approach Relevant literature was reviewed on this topic; previous study questionnaires, various university LIS curriculum, content analysi...
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Digitisation of research data is widely increasing all around the world because it needs more and development of enormous digital technologies. Data curation services are starting to offer many libraries. Research data curation is the collective invaluable and reusable information of the researchers. Collected data preservation is more important. T...
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This study investigated e-resources use, storage, the preferred format for reading, and difficulties faced while accessing e-resources. Electronic resources are playing a crucial role all over the world, and they are increasing widely in all age groups of the academic community. The main aim of the law academics' role is to know the effective use o...
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Teachers prepare the foundation for upcoming generation and the future of any country preferably could be shined more by incorporating technologically advanced devices in their profession. The study was conducted and focused to examine teacher’s attitude and comfort level while using online set up in teaching, ultimately determined to find out the...
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Plagiarism is malpractice, the fabrication of others' "ideas or work" published without the proper permission or citation of the original contributors. Plagiarism is detected through different software, i.e., Turnitin, before publishing any research data. The present survey study assesses whether academicians, researchers, and scholars around the w...
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The present study aim is to know the information professionals/library professional’s knowledge sharing behaviours and attitudes among the institutes. This study investigated six countries' library professionals: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. The study discussed knowledge sharing behaviour, technological equipment used...
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The study examined the research data management and related services offered by South Asian countries' academic libraries. Research applied quantitative approach and survey research design method were used for this study. The survey questionnaire was distributed randomly to academic library professionals in five countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh,...
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Predatory journals that pretended to resemble refereed journals but are used for money-making purposes. Predatory publishers produce less quality scientific and research papers; it is a severe academic threat in scientific publications. Researchers are ensuring the quality of the journal and peer-reviewing process before submitting the manuscript....
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The author's productivity is assessed based on publications, which requires a lot of motivation and time. Manuscripts get through several steps before being accepted and published. The purpose of this paper is to understand the time gap between acceptance to the publication of manuscripts in reputed journals of Library and Information Science. Thi...
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E-resources are inevitable, technology has grown and libraries are also adopting the technologies although adopting have many challenges to the library professionals. Whenever something new comes they need to update themselves. A study investigated E-Resources management and management issues of Indian library professional perspectives. For this st...
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The primary aim of this study intends the perception of students towards online learning in the covid-19 pandemic period. The pandemic has changed the traditional concepts of the education system and broken the functions of the educational institutions. But, they give it an opportunity to change pedagogy. The research paper discussed the students’...
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the research article publishing with special reference to preparing to publish and peer-reviewing. Peer reviewing is the process required for standardizing any publications. Manuscript writing is an art. Though it appears to be simple there is a lot of effort required. Peer-reviewing is the process that elimi...
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ABSTRACT Purpose - The study's main objective was to find out the possibility of a paperless library and society with particular reference to Top 60 Universities from QS world University ranking 2021 and their library professionals. ICT knowledge and skills of these LIS professionals and evaluated their digital literacy skills was another aim of t...
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In this transformative world, changes are happening in all the fields, including scholarly communications are trending in the academic area of publication and access to the resources, especially emerging the wave of open access, open science and open research. The study aims to investigate the digital publishing behaviour of manuscript authors. Thi...
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The study attempted to understand the University students' digital reading habits and their related skills. It also has a view of students' preferred sources of reading, whether physical or digital resources. For this study, we conducted a survey study with students and research scholars of the Central University of Tamil Nadu, India. The instrumen...
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In any kind of educational institute and organization, libraries are playing a crucial role. For the development of library services, skillful library professionals are indispensable. Without knowledge management skills, no one can provide essential services to the users. “Library is a growing organism” by S.R. Ranganathan (1931), based on his law,...
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Information and communication technology prompted the sharing of information over the world. For its impact on education, the government and the authorities like the University Grants Commission in India have energized the higher education institutions in India to implement online education during the pandemic situation. This paper attempts to know...
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The study investigates the Open Access and Closed Access publications in 13 Central Universities, which established under the 2009 parliament Act, and their research output also. These all Central Universities are most preferred document are journals. The Central University of Rajasthan ranked first as for the total documents publications. The Cent...
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The Government of India initiated SWAYAM (Study Webs of Active-learning for Young Aspiring Minds), where the objective of the programme is to take the best teaching and learning resources to all with no costs. To find out the awareness and usage of SWAYAM courses among Library and Information science students, survey method of research used. To col...
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Cloud computing is an emerging technique of computing it elevates the radical change in Information Communication Technology and also impacts modern libraries. In the Information Era, the primary goal of the library offers to integrated digital services to all the library process and expanding rapidly technological archetype it aids handily. As nee...
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The knowledge society using social media without any technical barrier, in India internet users are second place in the world. In the present digital era social media, tools have become more important communication tools for admiring and attracting everyone with its special features of update information. Marketing is important for attracting libra...
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In the modern era of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) huge information is readily available which is accessed through the Internet. Computer and Networking literacy skills needed for accessing all academic programs. A library subscribed databases and other peer-reviewed content (print and electronic) is important that users should be...
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Open Source Software (OSS) used for library administration and Knowledge Management services. Libraries are persistently facing challenges due to inadequate funds and grants to meet the ever increasing expectations of users due to the emerging technologies. Information explosion, increasing users and patrons demands that’s why libraries are seeking...

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