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An analysis of user education programmes in selected University libraries in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
This study presents the results of the survey research on the topic: An analysis of user education programmes in selected university libraries in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. The study was conducted in four university ...
Access to and use of electronic information resources in the academic libraries of the Lesotho Library Consortium.
The study presents the findings of a survey regarding access to and use of electronic information resources in academic libraries of the Lesotho Library Consortium (LELICO). Nine institutions were studied, namely; the ...
Institutional repositories as platforms for open access in South African universities : the case of University of KwaZulu-Natal.
For a long time, academic libraries struggled to provide access to scholarly literature, including that which was produced by their own academic community due to paywalls. However, with the growth of internet technology ...
Usability of the Institutional Repository by Faculty and Postgraduate Students at the University of Swaziland.
This study investigated service quality and technology acceptance factors that promote or inhibit UNISWA faculty and postgraduate students from effectively using their IR. This is based on the premise that the IR has ...
The effectiveness of web 2.0 in marketing academic library services in Nigerian universities: a case study of selected universities in South-South Nigeria.
The purpose of this study was to explore the effectiveness of using Web 2.0 to market academic libraries services in three purposively selected universities in South-South Nigeria. The following research questions were ...
Strategies for sustaining the provision of electronic information resources services in university libraries of North Central Nigeria.
Electronic Information Resources (EIRs) is trending as a system of information provision and services in libraries, an alternative to the traditional information services system. EIRs presently constitute vital sources of ...