Dr Khalid Mahmood
Professor of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Lahore, Pakistan

Last updated: April 12, 2009
Contact: khalid@dlis.pu.edu.pk


Dr Khalid Mahmood
Professor of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Lahore, Pakistan

Current Position
Professor & Chairman
Department of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab

Previous Positions
Associate Professor / Lecturer
Department of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Librarian
Quaid-e-Azam Library Lahore

College Librarian
Government of the Punjab

Visiting Faculty Member
Hailey College of Commerce
Institute of Communication Studies
Department of Special Education
Department of Economics
University of the Punjab


Dr Khalid Mahmood
Professor of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Lahore, Pakistan

PhD in Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Thesis Title: Alternative Funding Model for Libraries in Pakistan
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Abdul Hameed and Prof. Dr. Syed Jalaluddin Haider

Postgraduate Diploma in Library Management
Haagse Hogeschool (Netherlands)

Master in Library Science
University of the Punjab

Diploma in Library Science
University of the Punjab

Master in Islamic Studies
University of the Punjab

Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
University of the Punjab

Bachelor of Arts
University of the Punjab



Dr Khalid Mahmood
Professor of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Lahore, Pakistan


Research Interests
Use of information and communication technologies in libraries
LIS education and research
Information needs and seeking behavior
Competencies of library and information professionals
Bibliometrics
Citation and content analysis
Librarianship in Pakistan
Library finance
Technical services in libraries




Dr Khalid Mahmood
Professor of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Lahore, Pakistan



Books

1. Alternative Funding Model for Libraries in Pakistan. Lahore: Pakistan Library Automation Group, 2005.

2. Library & Information Science Research in Pakistani Universities. Karachi : Pakistan Bibliographical Organization, 2004. (Co-authored with Nasim Fatima and Naveed ul Haq Hashmi). [Web version]

3. An On-line Index of Pakistan Library Bulletin: Volume 1 to 33 (1968 to 2002). Karachi : Library Promotion Bureau, 2003. (Co-authored with Rais Ahmed Samdani). [Web version]

4. Periodical Literature in Library and Information Science: an Index of 50 Yearsí Work in Pakistan. Karachi : Pakistan Bibliographical Working Group, 1999. (Co-authored with Rais Ahmed Samdani). [Web version]

5. Information Technology in Libraries: a Pakistani Perspective. Lahore: Pak Book Corporation, 1998. [Full text at ERIC, 10.87MB]

Journal Articles Published Internationally

Libraries in Pakistan: A systemic study. Library Review, 55 (2006). (Co-authored with A. Hameed and S. J. Haider). [UK].
Copyright and book piracy in Pakistan. IFLA Journal, 31 (2005). (Co-authored with M. Ilyas). [Netherlands].
Potential for fee-based library services in Pakistan. The Bottom Line, 18 (2005): 172-179. (Co-authored with A. Hameed and S. J. Haider). [UK].
Library fundraising in Pakistan. Library Management, 26 (2005): 429-438. (Co-authored with A. Hameed and S. J. Haider). [UK].
Library funding in Pakistan: A survey. Libri: International Journal of Libraries and Information Services, 55 (2005): 131-139. (Co-authored with A. Hameed and S. J. Haider). [Germany].
Fundraising in Pakistani libraries: Perceptions of library leaders. The International Information & Library Review, 37 (2005): 117-125. (Co-authored with A. Hameed and S. J. Haider). [Netherlands]. [Full text PDF 202KB]
Multipurpose community telecenters for rural development in Pakistan. The Electronic Library, 23 (2005): 204-220. [UK]. [Full text PDF 97KB]
Use of LIS journals in developing countries: A comparative study of Malaysia and Pakistan. Library Review, 54 (2005):192-199. (Co-authored with N. Afaq). [UK]. [Full text PDF 59KB]
How economists cite literature: Citation analysis of two core Pakistani economic journals. Collection Building, 23 (2004): 172-176. (Co-authored with A. Sharif). [UK]. [Full text PDF 101KB]
A comparison between needed competencies of academic librarians and LIS curricula in Pakistan. The Electronic Library, 21 (2003): 99-109. [UK]. [Full text PDF 97KB]
Competencies needed for future academic librarians in Pakistan. Education for Information, 20 (2002): 27-43. [Netherlands]. [Full text PDF 60KB]
Impact of computer training on professional library activities in Pakistan. Information Development, 17 (2001): 173-177. (Co-authored with A. Sharif). [UK].
Distance education in library and information science: An experience in Pakistan. Library Review, 48 (1999): 232-241. [UK]. [Full text PDF 481KB]
The development of computerised library services in Pakistan: A review of the literature. Asian Libraries, 8 (1999): 307-328. [UK]. [Full text PDF 191KB]
The development of the LAMP (Library Automation and Management Program) software for use in developing countries and its marketing in Pakistan. Program, 32 (1998): 37-48. [UK]. [Full text PDF 141KB]
The technology challenge and continuing education for Pakistani librarians. Information Development, 14 (1998): 84-90. [UK].
Use of Micro CDS/ISIS in Pakistan: A survey. INSPEL, 32 (1998): 23-39. [Germany]. .[Full text PDF 79KB]
Emerging trends in technical services in libraries: A training experience in Pakistan. Information Development, 13 (1997): 83-88. [UK].
Information technology and library education in Pakistan: Recent developments in curriculum. Education for Information, 15 (1997): 197-205. [Netherlands].
Information technology education in Pakistani library schools. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 38 (1997): 200-210. [USA].
Pakistani librarianship during 1990s: A literature review. World Libraries, 8 (1997): 42-56. [USA].
Subject cataloguing in Pakistani libraries. International Cataloguing & Bibliographic Control, 26 (1997): 68-70. [Germany].
The best library software for developing countries: More than 30 plus points of Micro CDS/ISIS. Library Software Review, 16 (1997): 12-16. [USA]. [Full text PDF 395KB]
Cataloguing practice in university libraries: A comparison of three developing countries (Malaysia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia). Library Review, 46 (1997): 328-338. (Co-authored with H. M. Khalid). [UK]. [Full text PDF 173KB]
Do you need a lamp to enlighten your library: An introduction to Library Automation and Management Program (LAMP). INFOISIS, 2 (1996): 7-16. (Published in English and Spanish languages). [Argentina].
Library and information services in Pakistan: A review of articles published in foreign journals. The International Information & Library Review (IILR), 28 (1996): 383-405. [UK].
Promoting information technology in Pakistan: the Netherlands Library Development Project. Information Development, 12 (1996): 96-100. [UK].
The status of library automation in Pakistan. Library Review, 45 (1996): 36-42. [UK]. [Full text PDF 29KB]
Library software in Pakistan. Information Development, 11 (1995): 165-167. [UK].
Journal Articles Published in Pakistan

Funding dilemma in Pakistani libraries: Causes, effects, responses. Pakistan Journal of Library & Information Science (In press, 2005). (Co-authored with A. Hameed and S. J. Haider). [Lahore].
Post - master LIS education at Punjab University (Lahore). Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 36 (In press, 2005). (Co-authored with S. J. Haider). [Karachi].
A citation analysis of Pakistan Economic and Social Review. Research Journal: Social Sciences (In press, 2005). (Co-authored with A. Sharif). [Karachi].
A citation analysis of Pakistan Development Review. Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 36. (In press, 2005). (Co-authored with A. Sharif). [Karachi].
Libraries and promotion of reading habits in the digital age. Pakistan Library and Information Science Journal, 35 (2004): 18-24. [Karachi].
Job motivation in Pakistani Librarians: Problems and Suggestions (Urdu). Pakistan Library Bulletin, 34 (2003): 1-9. [Karachi]. [Full text PDF 669KB]
Financing government sector libraries in Pakistan: A literature review. Pakistan Journal of Library & Information Science, 6 (2000): 35-46. [Lahore].
Electronic mail and libraries (Urdu). Pakistani Librarian, 4 (1998): 8-19. (Co-authored with R. Yaseen). [Lahore].
Information sources on Pakistani librarianship. Pakistan Library Bulletin, 29 (1998): 25-38. [Karachi]. [Full text]
Subject index to PULSAA News (vol.1 to vol. 8). PULSAA News, 9 (1997): 33-53, 64-75. (Co-authored with A. Mahmood and A. Akram). [Lahore].
Urdu subject heading lists: A survey of the efforts of fifty years (Urdu). Pakistan Library Bulletin, 28 (1997): 1-10. [Karachi].
PLA Computer Training Centre, Lahore: Three years of success. Pakistan Library Association Journal, 19-20 (1997): 58-69. [Islamabad].
Online public access catalogue (OPAC) at Department of Library Science. Pakistani Librarian, 3 (1997): 39-47. [Lahore].
Why should we use CDS/ISIS in Libraries? Pakistan Library Bulletin, 27 (1996): 1-7. [Karachi].
Why is automation necessary for libraries? (Urdu). Talimi Zawiye: Quarterly Journal of Pakistan Education Foundation, 6 (1996): 105-111. [Lahore].
Subject index to Pakistan Library Association Journal: 1960-1995. Pakistan Library Association Journal, No. 18 (1996): 77-105. [Islamabad].
Scientific management: Introduction and application in libraries (Urdu). Pakistani Librarian, 2 (1996): 16-26. [Lahore].
Postgraduate library management course. PULSAA News, 8 (1996): 27-30. [Lahore].
Information technology in library schools: A case study of the University of the Punjab. Pakistan Library Association Journal, 17 (1996): 7-15. [Islamabad].
IFLA: A struggle for international library co-operation (Urdu). Pakistan Library Association Journal, 16 (1995): 1-18. [Islamabad].
CD-ROM and libraries (Urdu). Pakistani Librarian, 1 (1995): 44-47. [Lahore].
Micro CDS/ISIS: Whatís new in version 3.0. Pakistan Library Bulletin, 24 (1993): 17-26. [Karachi].
Letís save our cultural heritage: An introduction to library security system. Pakistan Library Association Journal, 14 (1993): 48-63.




Dr Khalid Mahmood
Professor of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Lahore, Pakistan

Current Teaching at University of the Punjab

Digital Libraries (PhD)

Computer Applications in Research (PhD)

Online Information Retrieval (PhD)

Organization of Information (PhD)

Quantitative Research Methods (MPhil)

Theoretical Foundations of Information Science (MPhil)

Development of Library & Information Science in Pakistan (MPhil)

Seminar in Library & Information Science (MPhil)

Information Literacy Instruction (MLIS)

Library, Information and Society (MLIS)

Information Technology Applications (MLIS)

Applied Library Automation (MLIS)

Management of Libraries and Information Centers (MLIS)

Advanced Management Operations (MLIS)

Literature of Islam and Pakistan (MLIS)

Supervision of PhD, MPhil and MLIS research students



Dr Khalid Mahmood
Professor of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Lahore, Pakistan



Council of Social Sciences (COSS), Pakistan
Member

Pakistan Library Automation Group
President

Pakistan Library Association
Life Member

Punjab University Library Science Alumni Association (PULSAA)
Life Member

Pakistan Bibliographical Working Group
Regional Vice-President (Punjab)

Pakistan Bibliographical Organization
Vice-President

Pakistan Journal of Library and Information Science
Managing Editor

Research Journal: Social Sciences
Pakistan Research Society for Social Sciences
Associate Editor

Pakistan Library & Information Science Journal
Editorial Advisor.

Pak-LIS News
Member Editorial Board

Emerald, UK
Member, Regional Editorial Board (Asia Pacific) for Journals of Library and Information Management

PLA Computer Training Centre Lahore
Member, Program Committee



Dr Khalid Mahmood
Professor of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Lahore, Pakistan


Contact address:

Department of Library and Information Science
University of the Punjab
Quaid-e-Azam Campus
Lahore-54590
Pakistan

Telephone & Fax: +92 42 9231224

Cell: +92 333 4271285

Email: khalid@dlis.pu.edu.pk
khalidmahmood@yahoo.com
mahmoodkhalid@hotmail.com