Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Date of this Version

Summer 5-9-2019

Abstract

The Study Analysed Information needs and use of library resources by Differently abled school students.54.08% of the Respondents belong to the female students, 32.65% of respondents were in the age group of below12, (35.71%) respondents were in the group of students 1st-5th, (73.47%) respondents were physically challenged with of use electronic resources, (29.59%) respondents accessed electronic resources Monthly, 50(51.02%) respondents were satisfied with the relevance of the electronic resources, (87.75%) respondents were read of the regularly Newspaper in electronic resources available from the library,73.46% of respondents were Easy to access,92 (93.87%) respondents were visited in other library of the electronic resources available from the library,53(54.08%) respondents used electronic resources to prepare for Education,89 (90.81%) respondents were using internet of the electronic resources available from the library,67(68.37%) respondents used electronic resources to education in library,87 (88.77%) respondents were aware of the electronic resources available from the library,that 65(66.33%) respondents used electronic resources to prepare Textbook,the majority 72 (73.47%) respondents were physically challenged with of use electronic resources,48 (48.98%) respondents need for information in electronic resources to employment information need,journal and books were the most used information resources by the respondents (38, 38.78%)The survey research design was used for the study. The total population includes 132 registered users of the library made up of students from selected Government Schools and community users.A total number of 132 questionnaires were distributed among the respondents. The investigator could collect questionnaires from only 98 out of 132 respondents among whom the questionnaires were distributed.

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