Use of Electronic Information Resources by the Faculty of Banaras Hindu University: A SurveyAuthor : M.AnandaMurugan
Volume No.1 January-June 2014 pp 63-65
Availability of e-resources has changed what users actually read and use. They now tend to use only what is easily accessible. The objectives of the study were to determine faculty members knowledge of e-resources; faculty’s access to computers and use of e-resources, both number and frequency; and the areas of training needed by faculty to utilize e-resources efficiently and effectively and to recommend how the library could fulfill identified training needs and what strategies the library could use to improve service as well as what areas the library could research further. A survey was administered to faculty in medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, and veterinary sciences at The University of the West Indies. The questions covered computer literacy, computer access and location, knowledge and use of electronic resources, and training needs.
E-Resources, Electronic Resources, Use, Knowledge, Survey, BHU