A new Information Service by the Global Library, JGU Law Library Notes (JLLN) has been recently launched. JLLN, complied by the Global Library staff, aim to provide a compact but comprehensive overview of relevant primary and secondary sources on a selected current legal issue. Inaugural issue of JLLN was brought out on ‘Regulation of Assisted Reproductive Technologies’.
Current and future issues of JLLN can be accessed here: http://dspace.jgu.edu.in:8080/jspui/handle/10739/3804
E-Learning@JGU: Learning Management System
Global Library has been managing JGU’s learning management system, which is based on an open source application Moodle, for the last 1.5 years. During the Covid-19 lockdown E-Learning@JGU received tremendous response from JGU faculty and the students. 76 faculty members availed the platform for conducting 60 courses, with a combined student population of 2181. Moodle is equipped with powerful features of enrolment, course content distribution, assignment management, evaluation, instructor-students forums, and progress monitoring. JGU Moodle has also been integrated with online lecture applications such as MS Teams, and plagiarism checking systems Turnitin, and Urkund.
2019 JGU Research Publications Report
Analysis of JGU’s research publications up to December 2019 has been prepared by the Publications team of Global Library. Out of total 1055 publications reported between 2009 and 2009, 41.1% percent were indexed in Scopus, an impressive increase from about 26% until previous year. Overall Scopus H-index also registered one-point increase over 2018 from 10 to eleven.
Full report can be accessed here: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/3413
Global Library’s Post Covid-19 Preparedness
While uncertainty prevail about resumption of in-campus teaching, the Global Library is fully prepared for reopening of the campus. It has reorganised the stack areas and reading rooms; and has taken other measures to ensure that physical distancing and regulated entry to minimise risk of infection, with little disruption in the regular functioning and compromising the service levels.