KNOWLEDGE AND UTILIZATION OF E-RESOURCES AMONG THE TEACHERS OF HIGHER EDUCATION By Justin Sudhakar[1] and R. Krishnakumar[2]

Abstract

There is mounting evidence that today’s traditional students have a different relationship with information and learning than do previous generations, as a result of their access to the Internet and computer-enabled technologies. Diana Oblinger, Vice President for EDUCAUSE, summarized this research in her description2 of these students, known variously as “Net-generation” learners, “Millennial Students”, “Generation-Y”, and “Digital-natives”. This study examines the relationship between the knowledge and utilization of e-resources among the teachers of higher education. The study correlates some specific demographic variables in respect to knowledge and utilization of e-resources.

Keywords: E-Resources, Technology in teaching, Online resources in teaching.

[1] Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of Education, Annamalai University, India.

[2] Professor of Education, Department of Education, Annamalai University, India.

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