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It's a good beginning.
Thank You.


Added: August 25, 2010
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Our College has become thge member of Inflibnet. So can u pl. explain the procedure how to use the facility.

Added: August 3, 2010
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this work good for a colleg student :o :!emo:

Added: July 29, 2010
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Excellent for college students who do their research at undergraduate level. Very helpful for colleges. I would be obliged if allied sciences and technology journals are also included

Mrs. Vidya Subramanian
Librarian
Dr BMN College of Home Science
338, R.A. Kidwai Marg
Matunga Mumbai 400019


Added: July 22, 2010
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Inflib is a good beginning and I congratulate the PIs of Inflib and UGC for venturing into providing access to standard journals. There is, however, much more to be desired out of Inflib.
Although the names of many good journals are mentioned, a large number of them are still inaccessible. I was greatly disappointed by this. As an example, I would like to point out journals associated with Physics, Astrophysics and Mathematics. The second problem is the band-width. To access an electronic book, I had to log in late at night (after 1am) inspite of having a 512MBps link at my end. Hope such problems will be rectified soon.
I also hope that this courageous endeavour will not degenerate into a facility to provide access to ordinary magazines like Readers Digest as some of my esteemed colleagues suggest. These are magazines any college or institute can subscribe to for the library.
Once again, congratulations and thanks to Inflib for starting this venture.


Added: July 18, 2010
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An excellent way for teachers to search for reference materials and books related to their specific subjects.
I would also appreciate it if good magazines are also included since most of the magazines are quite expensive. It would also benefit teachers to update their knowledge on modern trends. Prominent among them could be Popular Science, New Scientist, National Geographics, Readers Digest, PC Magazine.

Congrats to the UGC once more.


Added: July 5, 2010
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INFLIBNET always come with good ideas and I like it. However, it will be better if INFLIBNET give stress on building its own database for scholarly resources. This way INFLIBNET further can save a huge amount, as it will eliminate subscribing to some bibliographic databases from commercial vendors.

Added: June 26, 2010
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Actually it is a dream, getting so many journals at home. Still I think journals on zoology and more journals on biological sciences will be helpfull for biological research. Practically I expected "Journals of Natural History Museum, London" will be there.

Added: June 13, 2010
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It is really realising our dream of "library without four walls".I hope in the near future more e-resources for the science (emarald,Blackwell,elsevier, CAS etc.) and resources for vernaculars (bengali, sanskrit) will be added.

With best wishes

sincerely

Dr.Sabuj Kumar Chaudhuri


Added: June 3, 2010
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