LSM 5.3: TYPES OF INFORMATION RESOURCES,SELECTION PRINCIPLES INCLUDING COMMUNICATION MEDIA-3

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#1. What is a volume consisting of a collection of maps called as?

#2. The art of making atlases is known as ...

The Britannica Atlas, Hammond Medalline Word Atlas and Times Atlas of the World are three important examples of atlases.

#3. Which maps provide a three-dimensional perspective of the earth's surface?

Bound maps are displayed on a tripod stand.

Overhead transparencies are used on OHP Projector

#4. Who issues maps in India?

l Survey of India, Dehradun

#5. What is a spherical representation of the earth?

#6. What are the works containing informative -articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in the alphabetical order?

#7. When was the Encyclopaedia Britannica first published ?

#8. Which part gives a brief overview of wide subject areas and contains the outlines of knowledge, a classification of contents of the encyclopaedia Brittanica?

#9. Which of the following acts as an index to Encyclopedia Britannica?

#10. Which part of Encyclopedia Britannica is arranged in alphabetical order and gives brief information on specific subjects?

#11. Who is published the Encyclopaedia of Library and Information Science (in 35 Volumes) ? t

the Encyclopaedia of Library and Information Science
(in 35 Volumes) published by the Marcel Dekker and edited by Allen Kent, Harlod
Lancour.

#12. What are the specialised dictionaries called?

#13. Which of the following emphasises recent advances in a particular field?

#14. Which of the following is not an example of biogrpahical sources?

Other examples of biogrpahical sources :National Encyclopaedia of American Biography.

#15. What are are lists of books arranged by title, author, and subject or some other arrangement suitable for locating specific titles?

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