The Reality of Electronic Information Services in Medical Libraries in Jordanian Universities

 

The Reality of Electronic Information Services in Medical Libraries in Jordanian Universities

            Mahdi Khaleel  Sweidan       Mansour Saeed Mansour    Mohammed Ahmad Mohamed
 Faculty of Educational Sciences             Faculty of Arts                    Faculty of Arts   
 Zarqa University                        Assiut University                    Assiut University     
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Received:15/05/2022                                          Accepted:12/01/2023

Abstract:

The study aims at identifying electronic information services in medical libraries in Jordanian universities. The study sample consists of (204) faculty members from medical faculties in Jordanian universities. The researcher adopted a survey based on the descriptive analytical method, and he used a questionnaire of "electronic information services in medical libraries in Jordanian universities" which included (8) electronic services. The study results reveale that the relative weight of the electronic information services axis in medical libraries in Jordanian universities was at a medium level of (63.1%). The relative weight of the difficulties faced by faculty members in electronic information services in medical libraries in Jordanian universities was (65.4%) with a "medium" level.

In light of the findings of the study, the researcher presented a set of recommendations emphasizing the importance of developing electronic information services in medical libraries due to their importance, especially in light of the crisis the world has gone through.

Keywords: Electronic Information Services, Medical Libraries, Jordanian Universities.

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