Internet Use Behavior and Attitude of College Students: A Survey of Leadership Colleges' Network
Safdar, Muhammad, Mahmood, Khaild, Qutab, Saima, Library Philosophy and Practice
The Internet is an inseparable part of today's educational system. The academic increasingly depends on the Internet for educational purposes. A majority of academic and research institutions provide Internet service to students, teachers, and researchers (Kaur, 2008). In recent years, use of the Internet has also increased in Pakistan. Policymakers in Pakistan have given top priority to the information and communication industry and have taken a number of favorable steps such as establishing IT policy and investment in IT infrastructure, fiber optic access, software technology, human resource development, and launching of e-government projects. Internet access is …
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Publication information: Article title: Internet Use Behavior and Attitude of College Students: A Survey of Leadership Colleges' Network. Contributors: Safdar, Muhammad - Author, Mahmood, Khaild - Author, Qutab, Saima - Author. Journal title: Library Philosophy and Practice. Publication date: May 2010. Page number: 1+. © 2009 University of Idaho Library. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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