USERNAMES AND PASSWORDS FOR AGORA AND HINARI

Following our signing of the AGORA and HINARI Licences, we have been assigned new login in credentials. Kindly visit the JKUAT Library Digital Services Section for the passwords to the two databases. You are reminded that: 1. Usernames and passwords to JKUAT electronic journals and books are ONLY for use by bonafide JKUAT users – academic staff, students and non-academic staff. 2. The usernames and passwords must never be shared on any website 3. OARE, AGORA, HINARI and ARDI usernames must never be used outside Kenya 4. Systematic downloads of entire journals or books is… Continue reading →

Webinar: Learning Mendeley through Certification Program

Date: Wed, August 19, 2015 Time: 10am New York/ 3pm London Title: Learning Mendeley through Certification Program for Librarians Register now Abstract: Mendeley Certification Program for Librarians was launched in February 2015 and has received enthusiastic support from over 800 participants world-wide. The Certification Program offers a flexible, 100% on-line, self-paced learning structure in a 3-leveled program for librarians to learn about Mendeley functionally, technically, as well as the optimal user roll-out strategy at their institutions. The program is designed to not only bring updated information about the product to new users but also best… Continue reading →

JKUAT WINS EMERALD BEST USER INSTITUTION AWARD

JKUAT WINS EMERALD BEST USER INSTITUTION AWARD

JKUAT has won the 2015 Emerald Group Publishing’s Inter University Best e-Resource s Usage Statistics Competition. The contest held at the Strathmore University on Thursday, July 9, brought together all the Emerald Ambassadors in all the universities in Kenya. Students showcased their innovation and creativity in promoting Emerald e-learning resources. The JKUAT students outshone their competitors to emerge the best, bagging:“The Emerald Knowledge Ambassadors Best User Institution Award.” This year, JKUAT Library partnered with five members of the JKUAT IGIZA Art Group led by Ochieng Otieno, who, together with other students –Irene Kirunge, Brenda Wanjiku… Continue reading →