Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Date of this Version

Spring 3-11-2019

Abstract

This study aims at analyzing the use and impact of e-resources among the faculty members and students at Salem college of engineering and Technology for women, in Salem. A sample of 100 questionnaires was distributed to the faculty members on first come first get basis. In the same way, 150 questionnaires were given to the students was selected by random sampling method. The well structured questionnaire was distributed among the faculty and student to collect data on the availability of use of e-resources. The findings of the study (41 %) faculty members use Internet twice a week and (13%) faculty members browse Internet daily. (37%) student respondents surf Internet once a week, just (13%) student respondents use Internet once a month. around (50 %) of the respondents use Internet at least once a week.(39 %) of faculty members and (48 %) of students are highly satisfied with the availability and use of e-resources in the college library. While (50 %) of the faculties and (28%) of the students are satisfied, (11%) of the faculty members and (24 %) of the students are not satisfied with the availability and use of e-resources in the college library. Thus, majority of the faculty members and students are happy with the e-resources available in the college library.

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