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Summer 6-2019


1.Krishnasamy G, Thamaraiselvi M and Manthiramoorthi M, Competency skills to access electronic resources: A study, In Proceeding of International Conference on Knowledge Organization in Academic Libraries (I KOL-2017), City University of Goa, Goa, 15-16 December 2017, p. 406-416.

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5. Dharmambihai, Seethai R M and Mani V, Use of e-resources and services by the faculty members of women's arts and science colleges in Chennai, Journal of Advances in Library and Information Science, 3 (1) (2014) 6-10. Available at (Accessed on 10 Feburary 2019).


The present study analyses the awareness and perception about e-resources among faculty members in selected self-financing arts and science colleges of Chennai. The major objectives of the study are to analyze the purpose, level of awareness, perception, and satisfaction towards the use of e-resources. Data was collected from designation wise faculty members like professor, associate professor, and assistant professor. The findings of the study reveals that the majority of the respondents were aware about the e-resources, and it also found that the majority (31.95%)of the respondents are using e-resources for teaching, and preparing study materials for the students, and only (2.93%) of respondents are using e-resources for other purposes.



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