Study Spaces and Discussion Room (INFORMATION COMMONS)

The Library provides a choice of study spaces to suit different work preferences including silent study areas with desks where you can plug in your laptop, individual study carrels, computer workstations, or discussion areas with tables for group work. Information Commons or the discussion rooms provide collaborative areas. This room is located on the Ground floor and open 24/7. 

            

Library Relocation to new Building

The library has relocated to the new Library building. All the library services are now available. Sections of the Library are listed below:

  • Reprographics - Ground Floor
  • Information Commons (opened 24hrs) - Ground Floor Left Wing
  • Postgraduate Section - Ground Floor Right Wing
  • Special Needs Section - Ground Floor Right Wing
  • Reprographics - Ground Floor
  • Information Commons (opened 24hrs) - Ground Floor Left Wing
  • Postgraduate Section - Ground Floor Right Wing
  • Special Needs Section - Ground Floor Right Wing
  • E-resources lab - Ground Floor Right Wing
  • Circulation Services - All Floors
  • Periodicals Section -  First Floor
  • Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) - Ground Floor
  • Research Rooms - Right Wings of First and Second Floor
  • Librarian's Office - First Floor Right Wing
  • Deputy Librarian's Office - Ground Floor Right Wing
  • References, Humanities, Social Science and Education Shelves (Class A - H & L - P)- Ground Floor
  • Political Science and Law Shelves (Class J - K) - First Floor
  • Sciences, Nursing, Agriculture Technology and Information Studies (Class Q - Z) - Second Floor

International Open Access Week 2018

To support teaching and learning with a view to improving the quality of education, the University participated in Open Access Week on 29th October 2018 - 2nd November 2018. The purpose of the event was to train students on the use of open access electronic information resources. 

      

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