Asian Journal of Information Science and Technology (AJIST)
User Perception to Analysis and Methods of Using Electronic Resources in Coimbatore District Engineering Colleges: A StudyAuthor : S. Ganesan and N. Thirunavukkarasu
Volume 8 No.2 July-September 2018 pp 36-39
Academic libraries have for centuries played critically-important roles in supporting research in all subjects and disciplines within their host universities and colleges Rapid advances in technological innovations, affordable high bandwidth networks, explosive growth of web resources, sophisticated search engines, ever growing digital resources and changing information seeking behavior of users are greatly transforming the future of academic libraries. This study surveyed students’ utilization of resources, services, and facilities of the academic libraries in colleges. The findings reveal that most of the respondents visited the library to accessing the e-resources. Google is the mostly preferred search engine for e-resource access. The majority of the respondents preferred the international journals for their studies.
Search Engine, E-Resources, Google, International Journal
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