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Date of this Version

Summer 4-8-2019

Citation

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Abstract

The Study analysed that use of Use of Electronic Information Resources among Research Scholars in Alagappa University. The data were collected with the help of a questionnaire designed for gathering the Research Scholars opinions about the electronic information resources. Sample survey was used as the study method. It is the most commonly used convenience random sampling method. 60.71% of the respondents belong to Female category, 28.57% of the respondents belong to the age group of 29-34, 61.90, of the respondents belong to the category of Ph.D., study 36.90% respondents belong to the using the e-resource daily, 25% respondents belong to the purpose of to get books issue/ return, study 23.80 % respondents belong to the using the e-resource E-books,25% respondents belong to the purpose of to get books issue/ return, 28.57% respondents belong to the access of Department, 42.86% respondents Using E-Resources of Course work,25% respondents Save Time, 42.86% respondents’ use of E-Resources in Monthly, 46.43% respondents satisfied.

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