SYNERGIZING ACADEMIC ANIMATION AND AI INTEGRATION FOR ENRICHED LIBRARY EXPERIENCE

Authors

  • Saba Inamdar St. Joseph’s Degree and Pg College

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59415/mjacs.v2i3.179

Keywords:

Academic Animations, Artificial Intelligence, Educational Animations, Learning, Libraries

Abstract

Libraries must maintain a harmonic balance between technology and the human aspect to ensure patrons receive the best possible service. This conceptual paper combines academic animation and artificial intelligence to create a library experience. This study proposes using animation to enhance patrons' library experience. Using artificial intelligence and machine learning in a natural language can enrich the library experience.

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Published

2024-07-16

How to Cite

Inamdar, S. (2024). SYNERGIZING ACADEMIC ANIMATION AND AI INTEGRATION FOR ENRICHED LIBRARY EXPERIENCE. MLAC Journal for Arts, Commerce and Sciences (m-JACS) ISSN: 2584-1920, 2(3), 14–17. https://doi.org/10.59415/mjacs.v2i3.179

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Special issue call for papers on: Global Economic Trends