Irina ZINCHENKO, Olga OLSHEVSKA, Anastasiia VOLKOVA, Oksana KOZUB
Scientific and Technical Library of the Odessa National Academy of Food Technologies, Odessa, Ukraine
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Abstract: Information technology has already been introduced in almost all human activities, allowing them to significantly improve their performances. Libraries are actively introducing modern information technologies into their work through digital transformation, which allows them to offer more opportunities and knowledge to readers. Information technologies certainly help to increase the level and quality of library services, increase labor productivity, and optimize many work processes. All these arguments will make any library more efficient in business processes. Despite the huge amount of different information on the Internet, all of it is disordered and not always users can independently find the necessary material on necessary topic, even spending a lot of his time on it. That is why, at the moment, there is a huge need to prove to students that the library is an indispensable place through a modern approach, for high-quality training and the provision of necessary and useful materials. The implementation of information technology and the gradual transition to the Library 3.0 and Smart Library standards have a positive effect on library attendance, rapidly increasing it. Attracting social networks and web resources allows to popularize the library among users and is also a huge factor in improving overall statistics.
Keywords: computing information technology, project management, libraries, web standards, cloud technologies, library standards.
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Irina ZINCHENKO, Olga OLSHEVSKA, Anastasiia VOLKOVA, Oksana KOZUB, Methodology for the implementation of web standards to the activities of academic libraries, Romanian Journal of Information Technology and Automatic Control, ISSN 1220-1758, vol. 31(4), pp. 45-54, 2021. https://doi.org/10.33436/v31i4y202104