TULSSAA Journal 2007-03-07T00:36:41+00:00 Satyanarayan Shrestha Open Journal Systems As far as we are aware, this journal is no longer being published. A Journal of Library and Information Science Articles available in full text Right to Information and Role of Libraries and Information System in Nepal 2007-03-07T00:36:41+00:00 MADHUSUDAN KARKI This article elucidates the importance of information as a modern resource. It depicts libraries as cultural institutions and states the pious role played by libraries as collector and disseminators of useful information. It states the provision of right to Information enshrined in Nepal’s and other countries’ constitutions, in the UN Charter. Finally, it states the existing situation of legal protection and Government stance regarding the Right to Information. <i>TULSSAA</i> Vol.4(3) 2006 pp.19-22 2006-12-04T23:23:13+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## FengShui and Library Building : An introductory approach 2007-03-07T00:36:41+00:00 INDRA PRASAD ADHIKARI No abstract available. <i>TULSSAA</i> Vol.4(3) 2006 pp.23-27 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Subject Heading: Its application for consistent and uniform subject entries for Literature 2007-03-07T00:36:41+00:00 BISHNU ARYAL This article states the concept of Subject headings and its current situation. Catalogue is defined; catalogue codes and their history are also stated, which gives brief history of cataloguing and its rules. Subject related subjects are also described. The main focus of the study is stated as the Nepali subject headings and its application in Nepali libraries. <i>TULSSAA</i> Vol.4(3) 2006 pp.4-6 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Knowledge Management: Present Preview 2007-03-07T00:36:41+00:00 SAGAR RAJ SUBEDI This article shows Knowledge Management as a newly introduced genre in the field of Library and Information Science. This article further illustrates what really the Knowledge Management phenomenon is, its salient features as well as its need and significance in this age of information explosion. It exposes why a Library being a storehouse of knowledge, needs expert manpower at managing this ever-growing resource. It also differentiates between the first and second generations of Knowledge Management concepts. <i>TULSSAA</i> Vol.4(3) 2006 pp.1-3 2006-12-05T17:44:11+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Scientific preservation and usage of library materials in National Archives, Nepal National Library and Tribhuvan University Central Library 2007-03-07T00:36:41+00:00 BINA VAIDYA This article shows importance and utility of microforms for preservation of rare printed materials for future use. It also narrates the history of preservation in the world along with a glimpse of Nepal. It describes the steps and technologies used for producing the microforms and offer various measures for safe handling and durable storage systems. And finally it gives the names of libraries in Nepal where the micrographic equipments have been installed and processing works are being carried out. <i>TULSSAA</i> Vol.4(3) 2006 pp.14-18 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Searching the Medical Literatures through Internet: Review of MEDLINE Database 2007-03-07T00:36:41+00:00 ARUN KUMAR RAI This article gives some importent point of views concerning the databases available over Internet, further it shows how the medical professionals can make use of the online medical databases. It gives names of internet browsers and enumerates the most used search engines including the most used PubMed system. The article describes about the available versions of MEDLINE databases and search techniques in depth, i.e. types of available Search Field Suffixes. Finally it enlists some importent medical and paramedical databases. <i>TULSSAA</i> Vol.4(3) 2006 pp.7-13 ##submission.copyrightStatement##