Training on CABI resources

The JKUAT Library in collaboration with Faculty of Agriculture will be having a training on use of CABI information resources on 21st August 2014 at the faculty’s computer lab from 2.00pm. The target group is post graduate students and members of staff from the Faculty of Agriculture. Those in Applied Sciences Discipline are also welcome. The facilitator for the training will be David Onyango who is the publishing outreach officer for CABI. A similar training which attracted more than 70 participants was held at the faculty on 19th June 2014. CAB Direct is an extensive… Continue reading →

JKUAT LIBRARY AND FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE WORKSHOP ON CABI RESOURCES

<strong>JKUAT LIBRARY AND FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE WORKSHOP ON CABI RESOURCES</strong>

The JKUAT Library in collaboration with the Faculty of Agriculture held a workshop on the use of CABI resources on 19th June 2014 at the Faculty of Agriculture computer lab. The workshop was well attended and surpassed the anticipated number of participants. We had a very attentive and interactive audience of 64. Among the participants were Dr. David Mburu who is the current dean, Faculty of Agriculture, Dr. Roselyne Mangira, the University Librarian in charge of Services and Dr. John Bosco Njoroge who was the Faculty coordinator for the event. Dr Agnes Kihurani from the… Continue reading →

Training on Use of CABI Information Resources for Faculty of Agriculture

The JKUAT Library in collaboration with Faculty of Agriculture will be having a training on use of CABI information resources on 19th June 2014 at the faculty’s computer lab. The target group is post graduate students and members of staff in Applied Sciences Discipline. CAB Direct is an extensive source of reference in the applied life sciences. This database is updated every week. The content includes over 200,000 full text content comprising 62% journal articles and 38% conference papers and other grey literature such as government publications, reports, conference proceeding etc. Grey literature often difficult… Continue reading →