Open Access to Ranganathan

I know, I know, I’m like a Ranganathan fangirl. “The library is a growing organism! blah blah blah” But this is Ranganathan news that is current! And cool! The Digital Library of Information Science & Technology Classics Project has gotten permission from the Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science to provide open access to many of Ranganathan’s works. There is some preliminary material scanned from the Five Laws of Library Science available already.

6 Responses to “Open Access to Ranganathan”

  1. Greg Says:

    Amen and Hallelujah

  2. Fiona Says:

    That rocks! Ranganathan’s works apart from Colon Classification etc are sometimes hard to find in libraries here, and if they are available they are locked up in stacks or rare books etc.

  3. lbr.library-blogs.net Says:

    Open-access Ranganathan coming soon to dLIST

    This is fantastic news that I just came across at Jessamyn’s librarian.net and at ResourceShelf. The Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science (SRELS) has granted the dLIST Classics Project permission to publish online and “provide

  4. Anne Says:

    Oh thank heavens! Do you mean I’m not the only librarian in the world that has Ragnathan’s 5 laws of librarianship tacked up on my cubicle wall?

  5. Dr. Mohamed Taher Says:

    Hello
    I thank you for this information.
    I have cited you in my blog: Visualizing the Emerging Nexus: Five Laws of Ranganathan and the WWW Era

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