Electronic information sources are often quicker than consulting print indexes, especially when searching retrospectively, and they are more straight forward when wishing to use combinations of keywords. They open up the possibility of searching multiple files at one time, a feat accomplished more easily than when using printed equivalents. Electronic resources can be printed and searches saved to be repeated at a later date; they are updated more often than printed tools. One main advantage, especially to distant learners or those with limited time to access the library, is their availability from outside the library by dial-up access.
Key Words: Post graduate students, Attitude and approaches, E-resources & Academic Library