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Digital Literacy Skills:A Study


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This paper is to discuss the findings on digital literacy skills among students of the school of studies in library and information science, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur. For the purpose of data collection, 51 questionnaires were distributed. The findings reveal that majority of users 32 (62.74%) are of female respondents, 26 (50.98%) greater part of respondents use digital resources daily. It is also clear that highest numbers of 28 (54.90%) respondents are using digital resources to prepare course materials for study in the field.

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Library and Information Science, Digital Literacy, Digital Resources.
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Harish Kumar Sahu
School of Studies in Library and Information Science, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (Chhattisgarh), India

Abstract


This paper is to discuss the findings on digital literacy skills among students of the school of studies in library and information science, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur. For the purpose of data collection, 51 questionnaires were distributed. The findings reveal that majority of users 32 (62.74%) are of female respondents, 26 (50.98%) greater part of respondents use digital resources daily. It is also clear that highest numbers of 28 (54.90%) respondents are using digital resources to prepare course materials for study in the field.

Keywords


Library and Information Science, Digital Literacy, Digital Resources.

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