The Social Sciences

Year: 2010
Volume: 5
Issue: 4
Page No. 364 - 367

Use of Internet and Electronic Resources for Agricultural Science Information: A Case Study

Authors : S. Thanuskodi

Abstract: The internet has emerged as the most powerful medium for storage and retrieval of information. Since past few years free online information sources like e-journals, e-books, e-data-bases have increased considerably. The traditional library systems are going to transform into digital library systems. Information-seeking is important for students of agricultural sciences who have access to many dedicated electronic resources. Internet and CD-ROM were the most frequently used IT-based sources and facilities. Results of the present study show that majority of the students does not have own personal computer or laptop. Study reveals that the majority of the respondents (57.28%) feel that the internet and electronic resources cannot replace the print resources.

How to cite this article:

S. Thanuskodi , 2010. Use of Internet and Electronic Resources for Agricultural Science Information: A Case Study. The Social Sciences, 5: 364-367.

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