Bibliographic Reference Management Software Awareness Among LIS Professionals in India.

Varghese Tomy

Abstract


Surveys the familiarity and use of  Bibliographic Reference Management Software among Library and Information Science (LIS) professionals in India. The study found that the awareness and use of  such tools  is relatively low among LIS professionals in the region. Among a few packages used in India, Open Source Reference Management Software Zotero which is was found to be more popular than its proprietary counterparts among LIS professionals. It was  also found that the Library professionals who are using Zotero packages were found to be confident to train co workers and library users on handling Zotero .

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