Availability of E-Resources and ICT Infrastructure in Medical College Libraries of Deemed Universities in KarnatakaAuthor : H. Sathish Naik and S. Padmamma
Volume 9 No.1 January-March 2019 pp 139-146
This study examines the availability of E-Resources and ICT infrastructure in medical college libraries of deemed universities in Karnataka. Further the study highlights Adequacy of print and E-resources, Library budget, the methods of library user education programmes, the efficiency of library staff in handling E-Resources and Services and the barriers in development of collection of E-Resources in medical college libraries of deemed universities.The result of the study shows that all the medical colleges have good ICT infrastructure. The BLDE University library has subscribed to the highest number of e-books and SDU has subscribed to the highest number of e-journals.
E-Resources, ICT Infrastructure, Collection Development, User Education, Medical Colleges, Deemed Universities
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