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A Study on Digital Library Information Seeking Practices of Biology Teaching Improvement

S. Sivankalai, P. Chellappandi


The purpose of this study was to examine biology teachers’ perceptions of how their digital library information seeking practices of biology teaching Improvement. When teachers engage in activities to locate, evaluate, and use online information and resources. The present study shows that the all the teaching improvement are an essential part of e resource. Analysis of data collected from a sample of 91 faculties in various college at Namakkal district by administering a questionnaire method reveals that 64.60 percent of the male faculties used web based information resources, 52.70 percent of faculties used to digital library strongly agree for enhancement of teaching, 43.96 percent of faculties for always in use of information or materials obtained e-resources through digital library.

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