Dynamic Development of Information Technologies, Organization of Library Services Using Digital Space and Through Social Networks

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Kazimi Parviz Firudin Oqlu

Abstract

Starting with the creation of the global information space, there are two forces that can really influence information processes. The first side is the technological side, the other side is the state structures based on social and humanitarian issues.The creators of global networks and the owners of key technologies advocate that everything remains as it is, based on freedom of speech, and in humanitarian terms, states are trying to control this process based on the implementation of legislation.The first side is based on free speech, controls the advertising market and dodges taxes, the other side wants to deal with “concerned groups” and also fight social ailments.In this confrontation, libraries, as institutions influencing the information environment, stand next to the state and try not to lose their attractiveness. In this respect, libraries can act as a bridge between local and regional as well as global networks.

Libraries, academic and university libraries currently operating in the world and meeting modern challenges are the main participants in the authoritative information cycle. Coordinating the information activities of these agencies can lead to a significant improvement in the information environment.

The main goal of the study is to identify the optimal forms and methods of using social networks in libraries.  It is also exploring the reasons why libraries use social media to ensure an effective and widespread information service.

Keywords:
Information society, social networks, information technology, libraries, KazimiParvizFirudin Oqlu

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Oqlu, K. P. F. (2021). Dynamic Development of Information Technologies, Organization of Library Services Using Digital Space and Through Social Networks. Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, 16(4), 27-32. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajess/2021/v16i430407
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Original Research Article

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