Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Date of this Version

Spring 9-17-2021

Abstract

Electronic resources are the electronic representation of information. Because of the easy accessibility, low cost and effective presentation with multimedia tools, e-resources have become the most popular source of information. The present research focuses on the usage statistics of e-resources during the pandemic period lockdown and restricts its scope to Chandigarh University Library. This study survey was conducted by distributing 200 questionnaires structured on a Google Form among the students, staff and faculty members of Chandigarh University. Out of all distributed questionnaires, 158 questionnaires were selected as a valid response for the study. Various statistical methods have been used for the analysis of the survey data. According to the findings, the majority of the library users are aware of the e-Resources available in the CU Library & use them efficiently according to their particular needs. Furthermore, the paper describes the difficulties students and faculty members faced in obtaining e-resources, as well as their perspectives on the utility of the e-resources.

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