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Usage and Awareness of E-Resources by Lecturers in Two Selected Nigerian Universities

This research work examines the level of Usage and Awareness of E-resources by lecturers in two Universities in Nigeria; this was done with a view to survey the exposure of lecturers to electronic information resources. The population of the study consists of lecturers from the Federal University, Otuoke and the Western Delta University, Oghara. The […]

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Availability and Accessibility to ICT Facilities by Librarians in Some Selected Nigerian Universities

The study investigated the level of availability of ICT facilities in libraries of selected Nigerian universities; the degree of accessibility of the facilities; and the challenges affecting the effective use of the facilities. The descriptive survey design was used for the study. The population consisted of all the librarians in the selected universities and self-developed […]

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A Survey of Postgraduate Students Perception of University Library Resources in Selected Nigerian Universities

University is essentially an academic community dedicated to the pursuit of higher learning and teaching .However, a university is populated mostly by students and staff. There are different categories of students in Nigerian universities environment which include the diploma, first degrees and higher degrees students respectively .The post graduate students belong to the higher degrees […]

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Availability and Use of Serial Collections by Post Graduate Students in Nigerian Universities

The study examines the availability and use of serial collections by post graduates students in Nigerian universities. Simple random sampling technique was used to select six hundred and sixty nine post graduate students from four universities in the country. A questionnaire was used as the main instrument of data collection. The findings revealed that all […]

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