Raj Kumar Bhardwaj

Raj Kumar Bhardwaj is a Librarian at St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi (India). Prior to his current position, he served as Deputy Librarian at Nalanda University and Judges Library, High Court of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh. He holds MCA, MLIS and M.Phil, PhD from University of Delhi. He has also qualified UGC-NET. He has published four books, 40 research papers in various reputed journals published by Emerald Publishing, Taylor & Francis, Cambridge University Press, Phcog.Net, DRDO, and three conference papers, and has delivered several invited talks at various international conferences and seminars. He has completed two major research projects. He is the reviewer for five international LIS journals of repute. He is the recipient of UNESCO fellowship for Information Management and prestigious Commonwealth Professional Fellowship, United Kingdom. He is also the elected member of IFLA Standing Committee on Indigenous Matters for 2019-23 and corresponding member of IFLA -Law Libraries Section. He has developed an online legal information system, accessible at: http://www.olisindia.in. His areas of specializations are institutional repositories, evaluation of information systems, legal information system, open access, legal and legislative metadata, e-learning, social media analytics, text mining, scientometrics, semantic web and digital library development.


Research Data Access and Management in Modern Libraries
Raj Kumar Bhardwaj, Paul Banks. © 2019. 418 pages.
Handling and archiving data should be done in a highly professional and quality-controlled manner. For academic and research libraries, it is required to know how to document...