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DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology
University libraries have long desired one-stop shopping for their clienteles and, in this period of electronic age, their clienteles are demanding for it. They need to search from a single point at any physical location, and retrieve information from citations in journal indexes, abstracts and full text information from the electronic sources. This paper reports findings of a study undertaken in late 2003, which aimed to identify how far the use of internet has enhanced teaching, research anddoi:10.14429/dbit.24.5.3635 fatcat:rechdzczardgjcycr2thgrd3ze