GUIDE ON ACCESSING JKUAT ELECTRONIC BOOKS

Within JKUAT network i.e using university network Science Direct e-books 1. Go to the library website by searching for JKUAT library or by going to http://jkuat.ac.ke/departments/library/ 2. Click on the Electronic Resources link on the menu bar at the top of the website. 3. Select Electronic Books from the drop down menu on this link. 4. This gives you a list of electronic books. 5. Click on Science direct. 6. Search for your topic. 7. The box on the last column of the result page is marked with green lines for the books we have… Continue reading →

Access to Wiley Online Library

One of the E-Resources Databases that JKUAT is subscribing to is Wiley Online Database. Wiley Online Library features 1500 peer reviewed journals, over 14,000 books, and hundreds of multi-volume reference works, databases, and other resources. The database covers Physics and Material Science, Health Science including Cochrane Library, Social Sciences and Humanities research, You have automatic access (ie no password required) within the JKUAT network. When off the campus network, it is available on our Off Campus Access to E-Resources Link at http://vpn.jkuat.ac.ke/login Other resources that have been added to our collection are: ScienceDirect e-books Springer… 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 →