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This paper is from my PhD research work

Abstract

The present study describes the review of literature on the usability of card catalogue, OPAC and web OPAC such as visit of the Library, awareness and use of OPAC, learning, frequency of use of OPAC, purpose of use, use of various searching options while using OPAC, satisfaction level on the use of OPAC, problems faced while using OPAC, suggestions for the improvement of OPAC System and its various features. Some national and international levels of such studies have been reviewed in this article.

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