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Adewole-Odeshi, Egbe Attitude of Students Towards E-learning in South-West Nigerian Universities: An Application of Technology Acceptance Model. Library Philosophy and Practice.

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Ibegwam, A. and Anasi, S. N. I. and Uzuegbu, C. P. (2016) The Role of Agricultural Libraries in Literacy Education as a Prelude to Capacity Building among Rural Farmers in Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Library and Information Science, 4 (2): 375. pp. 386-392. ISSN 2348–5167

Ibegwam, A. and Unobe, E. S. and Uzohue, C. (2019) Strengthening Health Science Libraries and Information Centres in Nigeria through Library Collaboration: The Role of Librarians. Journal of Library and Information Sciences, 7 (1). pp. 42-50. ISSN 2374-2372 (Print) 2374-2364 (Online)

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Ukpanah, M. E. and Ebong, M. D. (2011) Extent of availability and utilization of law reports by law students in the universities of Uyo and Calabar law libraries. Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, 2 (1). pp. 1-11. ISSN 2142-4297 Print 2360-994X E-Version

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University of Uyo Library.

The University of Uyo operates a multi-library system with Library collections at 18 locations across 5 campuses, namely:.

  • The MainCampus at Use Offot
  • The Town Campus at Ikpa Road
  • The Town Campus, Annex between Ikot Ekpene and Ikpa Road
  • The University of Uyo Teaching Hospital at Abak Road
  • The Pre-Degree Studies Campus at Ediene Abak

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