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Winter 1-16-2020


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Information literacy is very important, especially in the field of education where the students required to be updated in accessing the information and knowledge required for their academic work. This is possible only with the development of information literacy competencies. With this point in view, in the present study an attempt is made to assess the Information literacy competencies among the undergraduate students of Mysore city. The main objective of the study was to determine the student’s Information literacy competencies such as, ability to access the information, ability to identify different information resources and the awareness about search strategies. The authors highlight on the problems of students in accessing information and attempt to know the preferred mode accessing information. Data analysis and interpretation was done on the feedback received from the students.



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