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Date of this Version

Winter 1-10-2019

Citation

Devendra and Nikam, K., Attitudes of Law University Library users towards the use of OPAC/web OPAC in Andhra Pradesh: A Study. SRELS Journal of Information Management, 50(3) (2013) 327-335.

Devendra and Nikam, K., Use of OPAC in Law University Libraries of South India- A Study. Journal of Indian Library Association, 50(3) (2014) 5-14.

Kumar, A., Use patterns of OPAC among the faculty members in Great Lakes Institute of Management at Chennai- a case study. Research Spectra, 1(2) (2014) 36-45.

Kumar, P. and Mahajan, P., Use and usage of OPAC in public libraries in Chandigarh City (India): a study. SRELS Journal of information Management. 52(3) (2015) 32-39.

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Narang, A. and Singh, S., Use of Online Pubic Access Catalogue by the research scholars of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar: A Study. SRELS Journal of Information Management, 50(2): (2013) 191-200.

Onuoha, U.D., Umahi, F.O. and Bamidele, I.A., Use and satisfaction with online public access catalogue in selected university libraries in Ogun State, Nigeria. Information and Knowledge Management, 3(11): (2013) 1-5.

Sawant, S., Singh, R.V. and Dhole, R.,The study of use of OPAC by the students of various universities of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai districts of India. Journal of Library, Information and Communication Technology, 5(1&2): (2012) 45-52.

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Abstract

The present study is based on users’ survey on OPAC in different university libraries of Haryana. The maximum of 39.3% users visited the library for getting the documents Xerox in KUK, 89.7% users was aware of OPAC service in CUH, 24.8% users learnt the use of OPAC by making self efforts in MDU, 30% users used the OPAC system weekly, 46.3% users used OPAC for searching the availability of required document in MDU, 82.2% users used simple search method in CUH, 45.2% users found the documents misplaced on the shelves in KUK, 74.1% users observed the library staff members was never available for assistance in KUK, 39.8% users found the OPAC terminals limited in KUK and 49.4% users were satisfied from the present OPAC facilities in MDU.

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