Call For Papers:  2nd International Conference of Asian LibrariesExpanding Digital Footprints: Role of Libraries and Information Centres @ Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi 

2nd International Conference of Asian Libraries

Expanding Digital Footprints: Role of Libraries and Information Centres 

jointly organized by Zakir Hussain Library & Asian Library Association

Date-  26-28 October, 2017

Venue- Auditorium, Faculty of Engineering, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi – 110025

About the conference- 

The overall purpose of conference is to examine as to whether libraries can reposition themselves as nerve centres of E-Governance and Digitisation programmes  towards building capacities of common masses so as to partner with public policy programme for building an inclusive and equal society.

Call For Papers- 

Original research paper, Research surveys, case studies or action plan on any of the sub-themes or covering topics relevant to the main theme of the conference, using APAbibligraphical and citation standard, may be submitted to

The selected papers will be published as edited book with ISBN number in print format upon submission of registration fee.


  • Digital Governance and Libraries
  • Emerging and Innovative Technology Applications in Libraries
  • Transforming Library Spaces into Cultural Hubs
  • Collection Development Policies in Digital Age
  • Capacity Building and HR Management in Digital Age 

Submission of paper-  

02 September,2017

Last date of registration- 

30 September, 2017

Registration fee- 

Indian Delegates Rs.2500/-

ASIALA Members/ Accompained Person/ Retired Rs. 2000/-

LIS Non-Working Students Rs. 1500/-

Foreign Participants USS 200-Payable in Equivalent INR

For Further details-

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