JKUAT LIBRARY WELCOMES FIRST YEAR 2016/2017 STUDENTS

JKUAT LIBRARY WELCOMES FIRST YEAR 2016/2017 STUDENTS

The JKUAT Library carried out the first phase of orientation for first year students on 23rd August 2016. The students had opportunity to be acquainted to the library and the staff who will be serving them. Without this induction, the students may not fully benefit from the library’s wealth of resources. They were welcomed to the library by Ms. Caroline Kimuna who was appointed recently as DUL, Instructional and Information Services – IIS and Ms Alice Mwanza who is the JKUAT Circulation Librarian. The other DUL is Mr. Jamleck Ngugi who is in charge of… Continue reading →

JKUAT LIBRARY WELCOMES FIRST YEARS

JKUAT LIBRARY WELCOMES FIRST YEARS

The JKUAT Library carried out orientation for the May intake on 5th May 2016. The students had opportunity to be acquainted to the library and the staff who will be serving them. Without this induction, the students may not fully benefit from the library’s wealth of resources. They were welcomed to the library by Ms Alice Mwanza who is the JKUAT Circulation Librarian. The students are will be joining the following colleges College of Pure and Applied Sciences (COPAS) College of Health Sciences (COHES) School of Computing and Information Technology (SCIT) College of Human Resources… Continue reading →

E- RESOURCES TRAINING FOR JKUAT COHES ACADEMIC STAFF AND RESEARCHERS

E- RESOURCES TRAINING FOR JKUAT COHES ACADEMIC STAFF AND RESEARCHERS

The electronic information resources training targeting all JKUAT teaching and research staff kicked off on 4th June 2015. The first college targeted was COHES. The college has five schools. These are Schools of Public Health, Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences. The turn up was well beyond the facilitators’ expectations. This must have been courtesy of aggressive marketing of the event by Mr. Jack Mongera, the College Coordinator for the event. Dr. D. Kikuvi, Dean, School of Public Health made the opening remarks on behalf of Professor Haroun Mengech who joined the participants later in… Continue reading →