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Date of this Version

Summer 10-2-2018

Citation

Ojeniyi, A. O. (2018) Satisfaction of Library Services by Catholic Religious in SS. Peter and Paul Seminary, Ibadan, Nigeria, Library Philosophy and Practice.

Abstract

Libraries not only acquire, organize, retrieve and disseminate information but also provide some services such as references services, current awareness, selective dissemination of information, document delivery services and inter-library loan services. Others include internet, audiovisual, reprographic, customer relation and user education services. The sole aim of these services is to satisfy the information needs of the users and clienteles of the library. The catholic religious who are studying to become priests have information needs not only for their academics but also for their pastoral training, which is given a greater priority towards their eligibility as priests. Therefore, they need to have different library services provided to meet their needs. This has necessitated the library to provide more services to them such as internet, inter-library loan, reprographic and current awareness. How satisfied are the catholic religious with the services being provided by the library? This is the focus of this paper.

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