Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Dr. Arun Modak , Ritesh Kumar
The purpose of this study is to investigate the ways in which users of India's university libraries in various sections of the country make use of online resources. In addition to this, it investigates the processes that certain libraries implement in order to make their collections available online, as well as the services that these libraries offer to patrons who access their websites via the internet. This research investigates the processes that some academic libraries employ to make their collections accessible online, as well as the challenges that users face when seeking to make use of these services. According to the findings of the study, a number of the university libraries that were analysed are falling behind in terms of making optimal use of the library website and the online forms that it provides. In this study, participants came from a variety of academic institutions. There aren't many libraries that offer cutting-edge, web-based library services for a wide variety of library departments, but that doesn't mean there are none. This research presents data that university librarians in India can use to evaluate the quality of the web-based library services offered by their institutions by comparing those services to the current status of web-based library services. They can do this by using the data presented in this research. They will be able to understand how specialised web-based library services contribute to the overall quality of web-based library services in the context of Web 2.0 and will be able to recommend ways to make better use of web-based libraryservices as a result of their newly acquired knowledge. In addition, they will be able to recommend ways to make better use of web-based library services.
E-Library, Web-Based Courses , Delivery Medium
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