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Winter 2-9-2019

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This is our original manuscript. There is no conflict among the authors of this manuscript and it is also not submitted to any other source for publication.


E-resources are now commonly used for academic and research activities. The present health science researchers are interested for CAS and SDI services. This study is designed about to know the information sources, use habits of researchers and mostly the preference of online resources. The output result of this study indicates that the researchers up-date / up-grade themselves for learning habit with information development skill through e-library also.