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A Survey of Use of Electronic Resources at Narula Institute of Technology Library and Documentation Center


  • Narula Institute of Technology, 81, Nilgunj Road, Agarpara, Kolkata 700109, West Bengal, India


This article reports the result of a questionnaire survey about e-resources and their use by users of the library and documentation center of Natural Institute of Technology.


Electronic Resources, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, E-Journal, EBooks, Circulation, OPAC, ECS, CAS

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