This paper deals with the electronic resources (e-resources) and their different types. The information seeking behavior of students, researchers and faculty in the e-environment are discussed in detail. Explored the open educational resources (OER) created by different organizations are emphasized for open access. Open courseware (OCW), which is available in
audio-visual and textual OER are given examples in this paper. Role of library professionals for making the e-resources available to different types of user community is discussed in detail. Impact of students towards e-resources is given with the evaluation of them. It has been concluded that e-resources helps for anytime availability and easy to access, which helps for the researchers to carry out the research on time.
International Journal of Information Dissemination and Technology | October-December 2011 | Vol.1 | Issue 4 | 193-196 |
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