Asian Journal of Information Science and Technology (AJIST)
Electronic Resources Access Pattern in Engineering College Libraries: An Analytical Study at Vellore District, Tamil NaduAuthor : R. Palani and V. Ramesh Babu
Volume 9 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 56-62
This study conducted to find out the electronic information/resources access and seeking behavior of engineering college students in Vellore district. Objective- of the paper is to identify the availability of e-resources, awareness, usage level, level of satisfaction and barriers during access of the students. Methodology-a systematic questionnaire designed and distributed among the Engineering College library users. After data collection analysis of the study done. Findings – It is observed from the data analysis most of the UG Students are using Google as their search engine and they prefer DELNET also on the other hand PG students and faculty prefer all subscribed resources for their teaching and learning. There is a less awareness about the commercial resources among the students. Suggestions were given to improve the infrastructure and need orientation programme for all category of users.
Electronic Resources, Educational Institutions, Communication Technology
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