Information Seeking Behaviour of Palaeobotanists

Akanksha Tripathi, Dr.Swadesh Sharma and Garima Bisaria

User study means to learn about of the users. It is very necessary for a librarian and information professional to know about the user’s pattern of literature use. A proper and systematic user study aims at collecting all the pertinent data concerning the users with the objective of building an efficient information system. The information seeking behavior of scientists and researchers is not very different from each other. But in some areas scientists’ and researchers’ information seeking behavior is little bit different.

Keywords:  Information Seeking, Browsing, BSIP Library, Services, User, Information need, Paleobotanist, Information Resources.

Cite This Article As:  Tripathi, A., Sharma, S., & Bisaria, G. (2015). Information Seeking Behaviour of Palaeobotanists. International Journal of Research in Library Science (IJRLS), 1(1), 21-42. www.ijrls.in

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