We sincerely invite submissions on idea, practice and research in the context of the global interest in making libraries attractive, glorious and enriching life, taken in a broad sense.
The relationship between libraries and people has evolved over time. Technology is decreasing people's appreciation of a library. Taking steps to strengthen and reinforce the role of librarians and information professionals, can revitalize their relationships with users and help create a library that users need and want. What we need is an innovative relationship between libraries and the people who use them, and the key to that relationship is the librarians and information professional — the people who are engaged in the pursuit and sharing of knowledge; the people who develop and deliver library and information services. This relationship holds the key to creating a library that users want – a library that anticipates needs rather than just responding to them, a library that is communal as well as social, a library that has envoys and enthusiasts and cultivates loyalty. Librarians need to make the library special for them.