Use of E-Resources by Faculty and Research Scholars of Kashmir University, J&K
With the advancement of knowledge communication technology, the generation and access to e-resources have magnified manifold. The current study focuses on exploring teachers and analysis scholars’ experiences with E-database of Allama Iqbal library of Kashmir University. This study was applied with the assistance of a well-designed questionnaire and found that there is a considerable increase in use of the databases and the attitude of the users towards the e-resources shows a positive sign and most of the “time spent” by the users in the library shows interaction with the e-databases available.
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