JKUAT Library Meets Conversation Africa Audience Development Manager

JKUAT Library Meets Conversation Africa Audience Development Manager

JKUAT Library Management yesterday met with conversation Africa Audience Development Manager, Ms. Judy Nguta. In a meeting which was convened by JKUAT Corporate Communications, the two institutions shared on how to make JKUAT research visible to the wider public in a journalistic format. The Conversation Africa was launched as a pilot project in May 2015 to be independent source of news and views from the academic and research community, delivered direct to the public. Conversation Africa provides access to independent, high quality, authenticated, explanatory journalism which underpins a functioning democracy. It aims to promote better… Continue reading →

Ebscohost Ebook trial access

EBSCOhost Research Databases Publishers are offering free trial access to two of her e-book collections courtesy of the JKUAT Library subscriptions to EBscohost e-journals. During this trial period, JKUAT Library users will be able to access the following: eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) (Trial) – Allows users to search and view fulltext of Ebscohost ebooks. Over 55,000 eBooks available for access. Ebook Collection from EBSCOhost eBooks are digital full-text versions of books such as reference works, scholarly monographs, literature and fiction. eBook Academic Collection Trial (Trial) – Package contains a large selection of 160,000 multidisciplinary eBook titles… Continue reading →

UN/World Bank/Kenya University Librarians Committee Meeting to be held at JKUAT

JKUAT Library will host UN/World Bank/Kenya University Librarians’ Committee meeting on 9th November 2017. The venue for the meetings will be Old Boardroom based in the Administration Block A. Meeting will be graced by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic Affairs. On 10th November 2017, Kenya University Librarians Committee will hold a meeting in the same venue. The attendants for the first meetings will be drawn from public and private university libraries, United Nations, and World Bank. However, the second meeting will only be attended by university librarians from both public and private universities who are already… Continue reading →