Factors Affecting Towards Technology Acceptance Behavior among University Library Practitioners of Lahore

  • Shahzad Khurram khurramm@gcu.edu.pk
  • Tariq Dr. Muhamamd COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore
Keywords: Factors Supporting IT Behavior, Impact of IT on libraries and librarians, University librarians-Pakistan


International Journal of Information Management Sciences is an annual research journal being published by Pakistan Librarians Welfare Organization (PLWO) since 2012. This is the first research journal of Pakistan which is being published by professional association of librarians. It is published both in print and online version as an “open access policy”. IJIMS welcomes contributions from all around the world and has a wide range of readers.


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How to Cite
Khurram, S., & Dr. Muhamamd, T. (2019). Factors Affecting Towards Technology Acceptance Behavior among University Library Practitioners of Lahore . International Journal of Information Management Sciences, 1(1), 17-27. Retrieved from https://ijims.org/index.php/IJIMS/article/view/16