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An Assessment of ICT in Information Literacy Development Among Students: A Case Study of NIMS

Murtala Aminu, Rajeev Vashstha, Abdulhamid Tahir Hamid

Abstract



The study was commenced to examine and assess ICT in information literacy development by students of NIMS University, Jaipur. The concept of information literacy as variable tools of development by students, academics, and individual, was extremely discussed. The study also tries to find out how students realized their needs for information available to them and how they access and evaluate information using ICT. The study adopted survey method, computer science students as a sample of the study and questionnaire was used as an instrument for data collection. The study recommends and concludes that effective and sustainable literacy programs should be enhanced and orientation programs on how to search the internet should be organized, also ICT facilities should be provided as a matter of urgency in all classes and offices in the university.

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