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A Survey on Information Need and Information Seeking Behavior of Library Users of NRN Memorial National Law Library

Affiliations

  • National Law School of India University, Nagarabhavi, Bangalore - 560 072, Karnataka, India
  • Department of Library and Information Science, Bangalore University, Bangalore – 560 056, Karnataka, India

Abstract


The present paper is based on a survey conducted on the information needs and information seeking behavior of library users of NRN Memorial National Law Library, National Law School of India University, Bangalore. The survey was conducted recently and the paper points out the changing information needs of the users. The usefulness of collection and services of the library and also examined the various types of collections and services are being used by the individual users of the national library. Identified the various infrastructure facilities are being provided by the library. Finally measures to be taken to make library services more effective and efficient.

Keywords

Information Need, Information Seeking Behavior, Law Library Users, NRN Memorial Library, NLSIU.

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