Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation in Netherlands donates materials (papers, Compact disc, USB sticks, booklets and pens) to Kibabii University. The memory sticks were given to the best female and male students of Agriculture and the booklets and papers were handed over to the University Library. The materials will strengthen Kibabii University’s capacity on Agricultural training through increased access to up-to date information in agriculture. In-attendance were Prof. Odeo Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Mutua, PhD, Rer. Nat. DVC (Planning, Partnerships, Research and Innovation), Dr. Kefa Osolo Nyende Chairman Department of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences and Mr. Joshua Ilavonga In-Charge Library.
As a routine all new students undergo orientation on the Kibabii University operations. This year 2017, the Library Department organized for Library orientation for all new students. The in charge, Library Department Mr. Joshua Ilavonga together with other section heads addressed the students on various Library operations. Students had the opportunity to ask questions concerning the Library Department. Furthermore the students had a Library tour in the effort of familiarizing themselves with all sections in the department.
Systems Librarian Mr. Okiyai Otieng’ (SR) presenting gifts received from Elsevier publishers (Netherlands) after successfully completing level I & II of Mendeley certification program. Receiving the gifts are DVC Planning, Partnerships, Research and Innovation Prof. Dr.-Ing. Benedict M. Mutua (L), Mrs. Margaret Wanambisi (R) & Dorcas Kosgey.
You are cordially invited for a one day workshop for Information Professionals to be held on Friday 2nd, December, 2016 from 8:00 am-5:00 pm. It is being organized by Kibabii University. The topical issues to be covered by professionals in the field of Information Science/Knowledge Management will include: Information and Society, ICT and Information Services, Information Repackaging and Brokerage, Global Trends in Information Dissemination, Access and Use.
Target Group: College Librarians, Secondary School Librarians, Teacher Librarians, ICT Personnel, Documentalists, Archivists and Record Managers (Note: An Institution/Organization can send more than one participant).
Venue: Kibabii University Main Campus (Auditorium B)
Cost: Ksh 1000/= One Thousand Only per participant. The cost will cover (Stationeries, Meals & Certificate).
Kindly confirm your participation on or before 10th November, 2016 by paying your workshop fee through:
MPESA number: 0792854401
For any enquiries please contact:
Mr. Samwel Sitati (Mobile: 0722498572) or Metrine Kibeti (Mobile: 0714185202)
You can now get a direct link from OPAC to past exams download page. Visit the OPAC to reserve and renew books
The Reference section is dedicated to providing the best possible library services for the entire Kibabii University Community. It promotes academic, research, supports classroom instruction and further the current and future personal development of all library users. It supports the curricular research and professional needs of the community by facilitating access to needed information and assisting users to access and retrieve information resources.
Kindly be informed of the availability of Cambridge University press e-books on a free trial basis commencing 5th November 2015 up to 30th November 2015. You are requested to fill the Cambridge pop-up questionnaire for our statistical updates whenever you encounter it. (more…)
Kindly be informed of the availability of Cambridge University press e-books on a free trial basis commencing 15th October 2015 up to 30th November 2015. You are requested to fill the Cambridge pop-up questionnaire for our statistical updates whenever you encounter it. Be advised that the free e-books are only accessible within the university network. Incase of difficulties in accessing these information resources, please seek help from Mr. Okiyai Otieng’ and Mr. Nangabo Wilfred from the library department. All the 20,000 volumes can be accessed through the link http://ebooks.cambridge.org/
NB: This access is limited to all KIBUCO students and staff.