Author(s): Sathish Naik H, . S. Padmamma
The present study deals with the usage of e-resources by faculty members of medical colleges and level of satisfaction with the information accessed by the users through the available e-resources. The survey was conducted with the help of a questionnaire and personal interview. The responses received from the available users are presented in tables and data is analyzed by using simple statistical method. The findings reveal that access and use of electronic information is an important component of research activities for faculty members, E-journals, E-books, Edatabases are most preferred electronic information resources. With the advent of information and communication technologies such as the internet and the web, electronic resources have become a widely accepted scholarly resource for faculties of medical colleges.
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