https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ijiss/issue/feed Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services 2022-04-27T00:00:00+00:00 Dr.K.S.Shivraj editor.trp@trp.org.in Open Journal Systems <p>Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services (IJISS) is a half-yearly, peer-reviewed scholarly journal in the field of Library and Information Science that aims to publish the most complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of research articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. in all areas of Library and Information Science.</p> https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ijiss/article/view/3037 Impact of Plagiarism Checking on Research Scholars with Reference to Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu 2022-03-05T11:00:02+00:00 S. P. Maria Selvi selvipaul92@gmail.com P. Balasubramanian bala_phd2010@yahoo.com <p>This paper surveyed the awareness of plagiarism among the respondents from the higher educational institutions in Tirunelveli District. It discusses the awareness about plagiarism and its experiences in their academic purposes. Among the 410 participants, 132(32.2%) are Ph.D. Scholars, including 96(23.41%), are ‘Male’, and 36(8.78%) are ‘Female’. And 59(14.39%) LIS Professionals, which includes 30(7.32%) of them are ‘Male’ and 29(7.07%) of them are ‘Female’. It is highlighted that the majority of the respondents are Faculty members. And also, 82.2 per cent of the respondents preferred the “Google” search engine, followed by the “Yahoo” search engine with 7.56%.</p> 2022-04-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ijiss/article/view/3099 Metric Analysis of Literature in the Field of Infertility 2022-03-07T04:10:26+00:00 J. Ramakrishnan dhanaram@yahoo.com G. Ravi Sankar ravisankargovindan02@gmail.com K. Thavamani kottithavam@gmail.com <p>This paper offers a metric find out of literature in the field of Infertility. The publications distributed span of the year 2011 to 2020 was considered. The distributions in the field of Infertility which is shrouded in MEDLINE information included in the PubMed were considered. In general, it is seen that from the year 2011 onward there is a continuous make greater in research on Infertility without few years. A sum of 43229 publications on ‘Infertility’ is concealed in the MEDLINE data. It is observed that the most variety of 5999 publications was once posted throughout 2020. It used to be discovered that 45.95% are journal articles, 22.73% are Research Support, Non-U.S. Govt and 16.23% is Review. A total of 25 core journals grouped in zone-1 posted 6654 journal articles accounting for one third of the complete output. A whole of 237 journals has been recognized as core journals in the subject of Infertility. A complete of 6.46% of the distributions has been via single author distributions. A total of 92.98% of distributions is composed via multi-authors. A small rate (0.55%) represents anonymous initiation and the normal Degree of Collaboration showed up at 0.94 in the field of Infertility literature.</p> 2022-04-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ijiss/article/view/3061 Career Guidance Sources in Libraries: A Study of Arts & Science Colleges Affiliated to Thiruvalluvar University, Tamil Nadu 2022-01-25T11:30:41+00:00 N. Abdul Latheef abdul71073@gmail.com <p>Employment problem plays a pie vital role in India. Now a days Higher educational institutions concentrating on students career Opportunities and conducting campus recruitment drives to provide employment at the end of course. Purpose of this paper deals with the availability Career Guidance resources and Services providing institutions in Arts and science colleges affiliated to Thiruvalluvar University, Vellore.&nbsp; Objective - of the paper is to know the status of the college libraries and information centre’s,&nbsp; their services and availability of Career Guidance books, periodicals, financial sources and other infrastructure facilities. Methodology - systematic questionnaire has prepared and distributed to selected Arts and science colleges for data collection.&nbsp; Data analysis - after collecting the data were sorted out and fed into the computer excell for analysis.&nbsp; Findings and suggestions- it is observed from the study that &nbsp;increase more collection of career guidance resources &nbsp;in most of the Government colleges and Self financing institutions, create awareness programmes, utilize social media for updating of employment opportunities among the students and Infrastructure facility&nbsp; to be increased.</p> 2022-04-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ijiss/article/view/3157 Utilization of E-Resources among Women Faculty Members in Higher Educational Institutions in South Tamil Nadu 2022-04-23T03:53:07+00:00 S. V. Kavitha svkavitha36@gmail.com P. Balasubramanian bala_phd2010@yahoo.com <p>This study is aimed to examine the use and utilisation of E-Resources among the Women faculty members in higher educational institutions in South Tamil Nadu. Nearly 800 Questionnaires were distributed to the respondents, the women faculty members working in the higher educational intuitions in South Tamil Nadu. 630 were received back from this, making the response rate 78.75%. The 265(42.06%) of the Women faculty members used E-resources in Arts and Science. Only 8.25 per cent of the Women faculty members were using E-resources below 2yrs, and 6.35 per cent were using more than 8years. Followed by in Engineering and Technology, 8.73 per cent were using Electronic resources 4-6yrs and 7.14 per cent of the Women faculty members were using below 2yrs.</p> 2022-04-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ijiss/article/view/3102 A Scientometric Study on Neuroanatomy Literature 2022-04-01T07:32:12+00:00 J. Ramakrishnan dhanaram@yahoo.com G. Ravi Sankar ravisankargovindan02@gmail.com K. Thavamani kottithavam@gmail.com <p>The contributions of literature in the field of Neuroanatomy in MEDLINE database which covered in PubMed is discussed in this paper. The literature covered in the database all through the years i.e. 1980-2019 was taken into consideration for this study. MEDLINE concealed the maximum of 9350 records in the field of Neuroanatomy. The United States is the prime publisher in the field of Neuroanatomy literature as per this study. 96.33% of records covered in English language in this analysis. There is a fluctuation trend in the study of Relative Growth Rate (RGR) and also in Doubling time (Dt) when calculated by year-wise. A complete of 85.71% of papers is written by way of multi-authors. The ratio represents the single and multi-authors’ papers is 1:7 in the area of Neuroanatomy literature. It was determined that meager percent i.e. 0.46% of records represent nameless authorship. The year-wise Degree of Collaboration shows the ratio in-between 0.38 to 0.94 in the field of Neuroanatomy literature. The Co-Authorship Index (CAI) for greater than two authors’ papers was lower in the first, second, and third blocks and enriched in the fourth block in this study. The average Collaborative Co-efficient (CC) has been arrived at 0.55 which indicates huge wide variety of contributions became by multiple authors papers in the subject of Neuroanatomy literature. The total study exposed that the multi-authors’ papers are lead in the Neuroanatomy research. It additionally indicates that the collaboration in Neuroanatomy research is in a growing trend in current years.</p> 2022-04-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ijiss/article/view/3158 Accessibility of Information Resources and Services in the Library for the Users with Disabilities: A Study 2022-04-22T11:19:46+00:00 Nazia Salauddin nazia2710@gmail.com <p style="text-align: justify; line-height: 150%; margin: 12.0pt 0in .0001pt 0in;"><span lang="EN-IN" style="color: #333333; background: #FCFCFC;">The library is recognized as the hub of academic learning. As a result of this cluster of ladders, library services for disabled people in underdeveloped nations are typically limited. Dr. Shakuntala Misra Rehabilitation National University, Lucknow, India, provided library materials and services for disabled people. In contrast, the common users and users with disabilities have required highly appropriate and suitable access to the library facilities. The study reveals the majority of the differently-abled users that access library resources and services with special needs especially in areas of technology enhancement. The precise study has shown the availability of library services designed specifically for students with disabilities, students often face challenges due to the unavailability of resources and not suitable formats, insufficient internet accessibility, and insufficient instruction about how to access the library. The core problems opine the reasonable fact that the disabled users were allocated getting support from an unskilled library professional to manage and operate the library services. The study suggests that the university appoint more skilled staff in the audio-Braille section of the library to support users with disabilities includes modern assistive technologies.&nbsp;</span></p> 2022-04-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ijiss/article/view/3160 Scientometric Analysis of the Research Paper Output on Artificial Intelligence: A Study 2022-04-23T06:04:52+00:00 H. Mumtaj Begum mumtajh@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this study was to measure the number of contributions and highlight the contributions made by the researchers in the field of Artificial Intelligence and published on the Web of Science database ten years during 2011-2021 using scientometric analysis. Data were interpreted by using software such as Bibexcel, Vosviewer, and tabulated using MS Excel. The results indicated that 26822 papers were published during 2011 - 2021 and the highest number of publications 10712 (39.94%) was produced in 2020. The trends in multi-authored papers have tremendously increased (87.32%) compared to (12.68%) single-authored papers. The relative growth rate (1.46) and degree of collaboration (0.87) is noted significantly and the highest no of papers (18.97%) was contributed by the collaboration of three authors and source wise most of the records were published an article 20741. It also noted that the value of the highest degree of collaboration was (0.89) in 2020. The Zhang Y author (111) contributed more numbers of papers in the domain of Artificial Intelligence with USA (6491) being the country producing more research papers followed by China, the UK, and the India. More than 1600 papers had been published in Model, and Prediction. The study inferred that the rate of growth is relation by the year wise publications of Artificial Intelligence research.</p> 2022-04-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services