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Madhu K S
Madhu K S
Assistant Librarian, National Law School of India University
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Expectations and perceptions of the users of the National Law School of India University Library (NLSIU): a study
Khaiser, Nikam, &, Madhu, K S
SRELS Journal of Information Management 43 (1), 85-100, 2006
132006
Users’ Satisfaction with the Knowledge Acquisition in Libraries Services an Engineering College Students in Mysore city : A Study
J Chandrashekar, Madhu, K S, Saba, Gaffar
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal) 4767, 2020
2020
Open Educational Resources is the Best Way for India to Have Inclusive Education
Madhu, K S, &, Gagan, Krishnadas
https://thewire.in/education/open-educational-resources-is-the-best-way-for …, 2016
2016
Information retrieval in the field of legal research
Madhu, K S, &, Gagan, Krishnadas
Information Unbounded: The past, the present, and the future of Information …, 2015
2015
Responsive library systems through social media platforms
Madhu, K S, &, Gagan, Krishnadas
Asian Journal of Development Matters 9 (1), 200-211, 2015
2015
Copyright Fair Use and Libraries
Madhu, K S, &, Gagan, Krishnadas
Transforming Dimension of IPR: Challenges for New Age Libraries, 126, 2015
2015
Social Media for Law Libraries: A Case Study of the NLSIU Library
Madhu, K S
UGC Sponsored Two-day National Conference on Social Media and Libraries …, 2014
2014
Musings on User Centric Affordable Excellence in Library Services
Madhu, K S, Harinarayana, N S, &, Sunil, M V
Digital Shift and Libraries Edited by P.G. Tadasad, 167 - 184, 2014
2014
Digital Library and online Indexing: Issues in context of Copyright Law
Satyadeep, Kumar, Singh, &, Madhu, K S
National Seminar on Emerging Trends in ERMS in College Libraries, September …, 2013
2013
Interfacing Discovery Layer on to an OPAC: A Case Study
Madhu, K S, Harinarayana, N S, &, Sunil, M V
Electronic Age Librarianship Edited by Dr. Dillip K. Swain, 215 - 227, 2012
2012
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