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Library Progress International (Started in 1981)
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Library Progress(International)( Library Science)(Started in 1981)
Year : 2022, Volume & Issue : LIB PRO. 42(2), JUL-DEC 2022
Page No. : 421-430, Article Type : Original Aticle
Article DOI : 10.5958/2320-317X.2022.00040.X

Digital Literacy Competency among Library Users of Rajendra Prasad Central Agriculture University, Nalanda University and Central University of Orissa: A Comparative Study

*Jyotsna Ranjan, **Dr. Madhu Patel
Author’s Affiliation : *PHD Scholar, Mahatma Gandhi Central University (MGCUB), Belisarai, Motihari, Bihar 845401, India **Assistant Professor, Mahatma Gandhi Central University (MGCUB), Belisarai, Motihari, Bihar 845401, India

Corresponding Author : Jyotsna Ranjan, PHD Scholar, Department of Library and Information Science, Mahatma Gandhi Central University (MGCUB), Belisarai, Motihari, Bihar 845401, India,
E-Mail:-Jyotsna444@gmail.com


Abstract

This paper intends to investigate about the actual aspect of digital literacy competency, mfort level of using computer applications, familiarity of Internet resources, sources for information retrieval ,preference of search engine, awareness of mobile learning Apps , and application of Web 2.o tools among library users of Rajendra Prasad Central Agriculture University, Nalanda University and Central University of Orissa to fulfill their academic performance.To accomplish research, systematic reviews and survey method was adopted with questionnaire as an important tool for smooth collection of data, where questionnaire in both online and offline mode was used to conduct present survey. It was distributed among library users to get various interesting responses related to digital literacy competency where it was found that most of the students are comfortable and aware of web tools for learning purpose and maximum users are familiar with social networking sites. e-textbooks are used by 76.81% users of CUO on maximum for information retrieval and google is most preferred search engine with 100% response. Users are less aware of some mobile learning applications such as BoostHQ, Evernote etc.

How to cite this article:  Ranjan J., Patel M.  (2022).  Digital Literacy Competency among Library Users of Rajendra Prasad Central Agriculture University, Nalanda University and Central University of Orissa: A Comparative Study. Library Progress International, 42(2), 421-430.

 

Keywords

Digital literacy, Digital competency, web 2.0, web 3.0 technologies, e-learning, Artificial Intelligence.
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