DRUPAL: AN EMERGING CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR LIBRARIES

J Arumugam

Abstract


Content Management system is a tool which helps to create, collect, organize and retrieve the electronic resources as well as the web contents. In this present scenario, Users are become more technology savvy for the availability of internet which leads to a paradigm shift from traditional documents to web based e-resources, training videos, presentations, scholarly articles etc., Drupal, a powerful tool for managing web content and used in many organizations, libraries because of its extensibility and flexibility. This paper aims to highlight the infrastructure, important features and benefits of using Drupal in libraries.

Keywords: Content Management systems, Drupal, Library 2.0



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