The Doctrine essentially recognises that certain public uses ought to be specifically protected .By the virtue of ancient times its origin lie there, but its application in the legal system is a modern development. The American Case which set forththe Public Trust Doctrine is
Conclusion However, a public library is becoming available to the user's community at their doorstep but this beneficial technological application in a library institution will be fully successful only when there is a close co- ordination between the IT and the human resource. Because it is mandatory for any public library that before implementation of any information technology it should be ensured that, the professional possess the required skills and competence. In the digital India environment, the LIS professionals have to face different kinds of challenges; so there is the maximum need of the skill enhancement program for the library professional. Besides academic institutions, other organizations may also help in enhancing the skills of the library professionals. Along with the potential working skills, the library professionals should also have the positive attitude to work for the benefit of the public library and make it truly public institution for achieving its long-term goals of social and economic empowerment.
Are libraries too old for the upcoming years, or is it something that is well needed? Libraries help students find peace in themselves through reading about different cultures and reading fantasy novels or horror books. It helps people gain a sort of happiness when nothing else can offer it. It can also offer lots of opportunity, like the staff helping students learn and do homework, new knowledge learned from reading books both fiction and non-fiction, and a place for studies that can help students become better students and people not just better learners. The library is full of educational and life lasting opportunities that would be taken away if they are forgotten.
Indeed, a library is more vital than a school since the it can work without a school, but a school cannot perform well without a library as stated by Dr. Shanker Dayal Sharma in Lanzuela, (2008).Furthermore, there can be no school without ample library facilities, services, and resources that could provide necessary knowledge for the production of quality education, Aggabao, (1991). Libraries are service-oriented organizations established for the provision of appropriate information resources and quality services to meet the users information needs (Howard 2003).This states that a library is an organization that is built for the people to benefit. It is for everybody regardless of age, color, race and other categories that have diversities. It also provides variety of literacy materials that are needed to meet the different welfare and educational needs. Libraries also can give the users with continuously altering consistent, and interesting reading, and literacy materials to sustain the establishment of an optimistic outlook towards literacy, making it a fun place to spend
Besides, electronic resources are becoming increasingly important to libraries of all types, sizes, and are consuming an ever-increasing share of library budgets. Therefore, selection decisions concerning electronic information resources should also be made within an explicit collection development policy. This might be a separate policy or an integrated one. The first elements of a collection development policy will be a mission statement of the library, the purpose of this policy and the audience to whom it is addressed. It should also include brief statements about the community or user group(s); description of the types of programs the library collection serves; the size (including number of periodicals, monographic volumes, electronic resources, languages represented) of the collection; a detailed budgetary overview of the money the library will spend on the different types of information resources; and any formal or informal cooperative agreements that affect the collection policy or practices”
All of the collections are accessible by computers and the content may be stored locally, or accessed remotely. Based on Arms, digital library is a library that managed their collection of information with associated services and whereby the information is stored in digital format and can be access through a network (LAN or Internet). Digital library also responsible in the organizing, storing and retrieving all collection that contained in the library. According to Digital Library Federation, they define digital library is a organizations that provide the resource and specialized staff in selecting, structuring, offering intellectual access to interpreting, distributing, preserving the integrity of the digital library collection and be ensure the persistence over time of the digital work so that the collection been readily available for use for the library user. Digital library is defined by The DELOS Digital Library Reference Model as a virtual organization that collect, manage and preserve for long term rich digital content and offers to its user communities specialize functionality on that
Using the Court’s jurisprudence, as evidence in the cases discussed in this essay, sets the boundaries of protected and unprotected speech. Freedom of speech rights does not always guarantee that the person exercising their First Amendment protections will act with prudence. Nevertheless, within the context of a university campus, administrators hold Constitutional rights to punish actions which are not consistent with the Court’s interpretation of freedom of speech protections. In conclusion, universities have rights under the First Amendment to punish violators of certain school policies. Whether a student places a noose in the middle of a school park, or a graduate student excludes certain groups on campus, or students disrupts an event, or faculty members are required to offer trigger warnings, universities across the United States have the opportunity to teach their students about what the function of the Constitution is.
CHAPTER - I INTRODUCTION 1.0. Introduction: “Library is a collection of sources, resources, and services, and the structure in which it is housed; it is organized for use and maintained by librarian and institution or a private individual. In the more traditional sense, a library is a collection of books This collection and services are used by people who choose not to — or cannot afford to — purchase an extensive collection themselves, who need material no individual can reasonably be expected to have, or who require professional assistance with their research” (1). Further, library can mean collection, the building or room that houses such a collection or both. The term "Library" has itself acquired a secondary meaning i.e., - a collection