SNDT Women’s University Library: Potential Users’ Study
This paper examines the background of non-users’ in SNDT Women’s University Library. The study highlights the nature of non-users’ studies at university library. This paper seeks to understand non-users experiences and expectations from university library. The results of the study confirm the findings of previous studies and add new information about the expectations of non-users. This paper also discusses about non-users' opinions about using library resources.
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