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This paper traces users' Internet literacy level by measuring their Library visit and attitude towards the library as a means of access to electronic resources. Modern users' dependence on the Internet increases day by day. The value of any product that exists in the market can be measured in terms of use. The present study revolves around users' frequency of library visits and their Internet awareness levels. The research questions are; do modern users' library visits differ? ; do the users' Internet awareness levels differ? ; do the users' library visits influence them to upgrade their awareness of the Internet?



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