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Donnish Journal of Educational Research and Reviews

November 2014 Vol. 1(1), pp. 018-022

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Original Research Article


Library Resources and Services Provision to Undergraduate Sandwich/Part Time Students in two Selected Universities in Ogun State, Nigeria.


Oyedipe Wuraola Janet1, Ajiboye Bosede Adebimpe*2 and Olanrewaju Felicia Titilayo3

1Services Department, Main Campus Library, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ogun State.
2Automation Department, Nimbe Adedipe Library, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State.
3Reader Services, Gani Bello Library, Federal College of Education, Osiele, Abeokuta, Ogun State.

Corresponding Author E-mail: ajiboyeba@funaab.edu.ng

Accepted 28th October, 2014.



Abstract


This study sought to examine library resources and services provision in selected university libraries for the part time and external degree students. The aim of the study is to determine the availability and adequacy of resources and services. The descriptive survey method was adopted. The findings showed that library resources and services were available to these sets of students. Book resources were rated available and adequate by respondents so also, reference services was rated adequate while others items were rated averagely adequate and outrightly inadequate. The study recommended that adequate services suitable to the peculiar needs of learners should be developed and provided. Resources and services should be digitalised for effective service provision while information literacy should be taught to enhance the research capacity of students.

Keywords: Library, library resources, library services, sandwich students, part time students, undergraduates.

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Oyedipe Wuraola Janet, Ajiboye Bosede Adebimpe and Olanrewaju Felicia Titilayo. Library Resources and Services Provision to Undergraduate Sandwich/Part Time Students in two Selected Universities in Ogun State, Nigeria. Donnish Journal of Educational Research and Reviews 1(1) 2014 pp. 018-022.


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