A Case Study Usage of Electronic Journals by Research Scholars
Sham Sul Kamal Wan Fakeh , Mohd Sazili Shahibi, Adnan Jamaludin, Norhayati Hussin, Juwahir Ali, Wiramanja @ A. Rahman A. Hanafiah
Electronic journal also known as E-Journal become one of the main resources available via the electronic devices. Information Agencies play an important role in order to fulfill client requirements. Librarian is the person who is responsibilities to contribute and support the services in the library to achieve the library goals and objectives and support the clients with the quality and effective services. This study is to determine the level of depth in use by the research scholars in using electronic journals provided by the library. Which are includes the awareness, frequency, purposes, contents, difficulties, and preferences of e-journals that have positive impact to the usage of ejournals among research scholars in Faculty B u s i n e s s Management, UiTM. The findings and the results will be used to indicate the recommendations and suggestion to library and the research scholars itself.
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[Sham Sul Kamal Wan Fakeh, Mohd Sazili Shahibi, Adnan Jamaludin, Norhayati Hussin, Juwahir Ali, Wiramanja @ A. Rahman A. Hanafiah (2014), A Case Study Usage of Electronic Journals by Research Scholars, International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer Science & Technology (IJIRCST), Vol-2, Issue-5, Page No-30-34], (ISSN 2347 - 5552). www.ijircst.org
Sham Sul Kamal Wan Fakeh
Faculty of Information, University Teknologi (UiTM) Mara Shah Alam, Selangor Malaysia, 019-6038522, 03-79622143