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Abstract

Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the barriers to using information technology in the education of librarian students of Tehran Iran Azad University. The purpose of this study is an applied descriptive survey. The statistical population of this study includes all students studying at Tehran Azad University. Based on Cochran's formula, 107 people were selected based on stratified random sampling criteria and the required information was collected through a researcher-made questionnaire with 27 items.

Finding: Among the five dimensions studied in this study, technical barriers with a mean of 4.067, human barriers with a mean of 4.027, managerial barriers with a mean of 4.022, economic barriers with a mean of 4.016 and cultural barriers with a mean of 3.469 ranks first to fifth, respectively. Contrary to the initial notion of managerial barriers, the present study ranked third. Based on the findings of the study, the five dimensions of the study examined suggested that their findings could be practical solutions to remove the barriers to implementing information technology in the education of the research community and other related areas provide.

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