Now a days all our College students and researcher are born into a digital era that is significantly changing their literacy and information encounters and the ways they can learn. The reform of the early 21 th century was based on a set of values, where the patron should have the best possible access to and the possible benefit from library resources, all built on democratic values. The phrase "Web 2.0" was coined in 2003 by Dale Dougherty, a vice-president at O'Reilly Media, and the phrase became popular in 2004. The term ‘Web 3.0’ was first coined by John Markoff of the New York Times in 2006, and first appeared significantly in early 2006 in a Blog article “Critical of Web 2.0 and associated technologies such as Ajax” written by Jeffrey Zeldman. Now a days, Academic Library, as we still know it, could be called library 3.0. Library 3.0 is still under development, but Academic library services throughout the world are developing ways to integrate it into their services through methods such as RDA tags, metadata and other semantic web developments. In this paper discuss aboutwhat is Web 3.0? and its impact on the Academic libraries.
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Rajesh Sahadeo Lokhande. Web 3.0 and Library 3.0. Int. J. Ad. Social Sciences 4(1): Jan. - Mar., 2016; Page 28-31.