Research Papers/Topics in Library And Information Services

THE INFORMATION SEEKING-BEHAVIOUR AND THE USE OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCES: A CASE STUDY OF CIU POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

The concepts of information-seeking behaviour (ISB) and electronic resources are mutually inclusive in that the increasing  use of electronic resources and the tools for information searching and retrieval employed necessitated the need for a readjustment in  the information-seeking behaviour. Electronic information is becoming prevalent worldwide, and its use is growing at astronomical proportions as more and more users are recognizing the potential that it offers in terms of ease o...

AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES IN SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE

ABSTRACTThis research work is concerned with the evaluative study of teaching and learning of English grammatical structures in the primary school. The research deals with the nature, objectives, methods steps and the problems of teaching and learning of English grammatical structures in some selected primary schools in Kaduna North Local Government. In chapter one, the problem to be investigated was stated; objectives, hypothesis, scope and delimitation of the study were well treated. While ...

Evaluating the Use of University Libraries in Nigeria: A Case Study of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike

INTRODUCTIONEvaluating the use of library and information system is one of the major concerns and an integral part of library and information science practitioners. It is easily recognized as an important issue, although it has been looked at or defined variously. Scrivener (1967) sees evaluation as, "an attempt to answer certain types of questions about certain entities," while Fjallbrant (1977) defines evaluation as "the collection of information about the effect of an educational course or...