Use of Electronic Resources by the Undergraduate Students in Private Engineering Colleges in Coimbatore, Tamil NaduAuthor : K. Ganapathy and R. Jayabal
Volume 9 No.1 January-March 2019 pp 62-64
The present study investigates the use of electronic resources by the undergraduate students in the private engineering colleges in Coimbatore. The study followed the questionnaire method for collecting the required information from the undergraduate students. Out of the three hundred questionnaires distributed, two hundred and fifty questionnaires were received. The study found that majority of the respondents were used the Google chrome (72.8%) and Mozilla Firefox (60.8%) web browsers and most preferred search engine is Google (88.4%). The study also found that e-books (72%), e-journals (70%) and e-thesis (64%) are the major e-resources used by respondents.
Electronic Resources, Under Graduate Students, Engineering Colleges
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