Information seeking trends among the Law course entrants in two Sri Lankan universities: a comparative study

Wijetunge, Pradeepa ; Alahakoon, Champa N.K.


This comparative study is an attempt to understand the pre-university library experiences of two groups of Law course entrants in two universities. The study concentrated on the use of the school library before entering the university, some social media and the communication preferences, and established that both groups have effectively used the school libraries. Yet, there are variations between the groups in using the other information sources such as websites, smart phones, select social media, etc. The study recommends offering a well-planned support programme covering the available resources and services, paying special attention to the use of e-resources, online catalogue, e-mail and social media for their academic purposes


School Library Usage; Social Media; Law Freshers; Library Facilities; Information Sources; Sri Lanka

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