The Central University Library, the hub of scholarly information, is 20 years old and it has organized a Library Week to mark the milestone.
The month of October has been earmarked to observe the Week every year.
The main objective is to promote the Library’s resources and services as well as encourage effective use of the library. This year’s library week is themed, “CU LIBRARY @ 2O: Enhancing Access To Scholarly Information.”
The Week, which started today, 3rd October ends 7th October, 2018.
There will be the official launch of the CU Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) which simply means that CU Library Catalogue is now online, so once you are connected to the internet, you can access our collection from anywhere, anytime, any day with just a click of the button.
The official launch takes place on Wednesday 3rd October, 2018 at the Miotso campus of the Central University.
“The Library is also promoting its online databases; these are academic databases that have scholarly peer reviewed articles to help researchers with their academic work. For the whole Library week, we will be out on the verandahs of the various campuses to register as many users of the OPAC and online databases as possible that will be available. The Library staff will also be available to take those who would be interested in how to access the CU e-resources through the process.”
On Friday, 5th of October, there will be a panel discussion at the Graduate School of Business at Christ Temple, Abbosey Okai from 6:00p.m to 7:00p.m on the topic: “The Effective Use of Students Theses, Dissertations and Project Work by Universities and Policy Makers for National Development”.
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