Post Modern Library – Guide

Welcome to the Post-Modern Library which is bigger, better and well equipped for your academic pursuits.

A). STRUCTURE AND ARRANGEMENT

The Post-Modern Library is a five (5) Storey building. It is equipped with cutting edge information and knowledge resources for quality services.

The services are user focused and are organized as follows:

  • Basement:Acquisitions, Bindery and Stack area for information resources not in high demand.
  • Ground Floor:

-Education and Information Science Subject Library
-Circulation Services
-Reprography services
-Service point for users with special needs
-Information Communication and Technology (I.C.T.) section
-Students lounge where library users can relax and read newspapers and magazines.

  • 1st Floor: Social Science Subject Library
  • 2nd Floor: Humanities Subject Library
  • 3rd Floor: Science and Technology Subject Library
  • 4th Floor: Research Library and Special collection; Health Sciences collection
  • 5th Floor: Reading Space for Postgraduates students and staff

B). OTHER AREAS

In addition to subject based information services, every floor has Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC), a Computer laboratory, an Instruction room, a Group study room and several Study carrels.

C. WIRELESS CONNECTION/COMPUTERS

There is wireless connection within and around the library. Students can therefore use their laptops and also the computers already provided. Instructions on how to configure personal laptops to access the internet are available here.

D. COMPUTERS

About 300 computers are fixed in the library computer rooms for your use. Use them with utmost care.

E. LIBRARY STAFF

The Library has a strong team of Professional, Para-professional and support staff who are always ready to assist you. Please make use of the staff at the Information Desks on all floors for guidance.

F. FURNITURE

The library has comfortable chairs, reading tables, and computer tables.

Most of the furniture is delicate. Please take care of the furniture, books and other facilities.

G. USE OF ESCALATORS

Escalators are power driven hence the need for caution when using them. They will not be in use when there is no power or if they are being repaired. Students will be notified always.

For safety reasons, students with special needs are discouraged from using the escalators unless they feel are comfortable to do so.

H. LIFTS

There are three (3) lifts for use by staff and students. Lifts will not be allowed to operate with more than the allowed number of people (load). Strictly adhere to the load requirement not to overload them.

I. STAIR CASES/TILES

Durable tiles have been used on the floor in the entire library and also on the stair case. To lengthen the life of the tiles particularly on the stair cases, be careful not to chip the edges of the stair tiles as you walk.

J. PAINTING

The library is well painted without scratches. Help us maintain this by not writing on the walls or getting it scratched by the furniture.

K. READING SPACE

There is adequate reading space provided including the library basement. A research common is also available in fifth floor.

The old reading area near the old library will still be in use for the students who may need space to read without going to the library.

L. SAFETY

The design of the building is such that there are open internal areas within the building (Atrium). Students should not sit on the rails inside the building or near the Atrium to avoid accidental falls.

Thank you for your patience during the transitional period.

NB: Library Rules and Regulations apply.

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN


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