Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Date of this Version

2018

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Abstract

The paper is an attempt to examine the contents of National Law university library website, that has been carried on the twenty national law universities in India. The content available on the website was analysed according to a framework designed to meet the objectives of the study. The data was collected from the websites of universities during March 2017 to May 2017 that has been ranked using a rating scale. Analysis reveals that NLUO ranks the top most among all the national law universities in India followed by NLSIU, RMLNLU, NALSAR, NLSJA and WBNUJS. The study would be helpful for the national law universities to know their status of website and key points that may be addressed to improve their web-presence.

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