Articles in Journals

He published 8 articles in newsletters, magazines and journals.

  1. Barman, B. & Baishya, K. (2023). Growth and Development of Digital Humanities as an Independent Academic Discipline in India. DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology, 43(4), 305-3010.
  2. Barman, B. (2023). Expectations of NAAC from Libraries as Evident from Different Guidelines and NAAC Peer Team Report of A Grade Colleges of Assam: A Descriptive Study for Better Visibility In front of NAAC for the Institutions. College Libraries, 38(1), 1-13.
  3. Barman, B. (2022). Earning Revenue through Google AdSense on Websites: A Prospect for Entrepreneurial Avenue for Library and Information Science Professionals. Kelpro Bulletin, 26(2), 1-9.
  4. Barman, B. (2020). Directory of Library and Information Science Professionals in Assam. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal), 3833.
  5. Barman, B. (2020). Changing the Ways the Libraries Reach to the User: RSS and its Applications in Libraries with Special Reference to Feedburner. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal), 3832.
  6. Barman, B. (2019). Learning Alumni Management from the Top Ten Ranking Universities in NIRF-2019 and its Application in Developing a Custom Social Network for Management of Alumni of a Department of Library and Information Science. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal), 3831.
  7. Barman, B. (2017). Usability, Satisfaction and Future Expectations from LIS Links Social Network. SRELS Journal of Information Management, 54(5), 241-245.
  8. Barman, B. (2015). Library and Information Science Links (LIS Links): India’s Social Networking Platform for Library and Information Science Professionals. LIS Links Newsletter, 1(6).
  9. Barman, B., & Baishya, K. (2015). Working Independently: Entrepreneurial Approach in Library and Information Science Profession. LIS Links Newsletter, 1(1).
  10. Barman, B. (2012). Classification of Library Documents by Using the Web. World Libraries, 20 (1).
  11. Barman, B. (2011). Classification of Library Documents by Using the Web. Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services, 1(1), 50-55.

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