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Spring 7-3-2019


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This research article investigates the accessibility and usage of electronic resources among College libraries in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. In India, most of the institutions initiated electronic information resources in library services. Primary data were collected from four selected college libraries through a structured questionnaire method. Secondary data were collected from various national and international journals, various university libraries, books, magazines, newspapers, reports, etc. Besides, the websites and internet services of the institutions were also used for the purpose of secondary data collection. The result shows that the various e-resources, CD-ROM, e-newspaper, online database, full-text database, e-journal and e-books considered as the most importance e-resources by the respondents and 52.41% of the respondents very much satisfied with e-thesis and dissertation.



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