The germ of the idea of NECOPAC started about 2 years back during a chance meeting of a group of young like-minded library professionals and technology specialists in Guwahati, Assam.
The north eastern Indian is home to 8 states - Assam, Manipur, Tripura, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim. The region boasts of great cultural heritage and diversityr. Libraries are an important means of preserving and disseminating this rich heritage, traditional knowledge, literature and other creative output.
Freely available copy cataloging of Indian publications using z39.50 service, to this day, remains largely a distant dream for most Indian library professionals. The scenario in the North East is even more difficult when it comes to publications in the local languages from this part of India.
The NECOPAC z39.50 service is a volunteer-run collaborative attempt at bridging this service gap. It is the first freely available, public z39.50 service in the entire North Eastern India. For us to grow bigger and be able to serve more LIS professionals in the NE, we need your active support and contributions i.e. a copy of your bibliographic records.
DISCLAIMER : The bibliographic records are provided on AS-IS basis by this service and the NECOPAC team does not vouch for the correctness or accuracy of these records.
You will need to setup your z39.50 client using these details:
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