Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Date of this Version

Summer 4-13-2019


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This paper focusses on the Use of Web-Based Library Services in Mysore City Engineering Colleges. The study covers Web-Based Reference, Acquisition, Circulation, Cataloguing, Periodical Services, ILL/Document delivery services, problems in accessing Web-based library services by users of engineering college libraries of Mysuru city. We were also consulted to design the questionnaire. A well-designed questionnaire was an issue to engineering college's students in Mysuru city. Altogether 300 questionnaires were issued personally to users of engineering college’s students of Mysuru city and 250 were collected with a response rate of 83.3%. Essential statistical techniques (SPSS) and methods will be used to examine the research data. The results given in table 7.8 reveal that (P‘Online general library policies’. It is observed that highest respondents scoring 136(54.4%) say ‘highly useful’ and only few accounting replayed 3(1.2%) of them state ‘moderately useful’ with highest mean value of 4.30 and SD being .980.



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