Technology Management Competencies and Job Satisfaction of Pakistani University Librarians: An Empirical Assessment of Relationship

Asad Khan, Mohamad Noorman Masrek, Fuziah Mohd Nadzar

Abstract


This research study examined the relationship of TMC with JS of Pakistani university librarians. A randomly selected sample of 225 Pakistani university librarians was used to test the relationship of four dimensions of TMC with general JS. Findings indicated a positive significant relationship of all variables of TMC with JS. Results further showed information assurance and security skills as the strongest predictor of JS while library content management system skills as the weakest contributor of JS. These results are consistent with the previous findings. TMC plays a significant role towards librarians' job performance and may be used to enhance their JS. This research broadens the scope of these two constructs towards librarianship.  


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v7i2.6926

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