Use of Electronic Resources by the Faculty Members of Government Medical College Libraries in KarnatakaAuthor : B. M. Lakshanakumar and K. Senthilnayagam
Volume 9 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 102-105
Medical college libraries are aiming to provide efficient information services using both electronic and printed scholarly information resources to the medical professionals This paper study on the use of E-resources (e-books, e-journals, e-databases) subscribed by Health Science Library and Information Network, HELINET Consortium. The study sample is the faculty members of Government Medical Colleges. The study found that use of E Resources and use of Database by faculty members is not up to expectation of the provider and the investment.
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