Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln




Donabedian, A., John, C., & Arshak, B. (2018). Use and Awareness of Library Services among Faculty at Two Armenian Universities. Slavic and East European Information Science , 1-12.

Madu, A. U., Ibrahim, V., & Saratu, C. M. (2018). Availability andUtilization of ICT forInformation Retrieval ByUndergraduate Students In Ramat Library, University of Maiduguri: A Case Study. Journal Of Humanities And Social Science , 1-8.

Onye, U. U. (2016). Availability, Accessibility and Utilization of Library Information Resources by Students of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) . Information and Knowledge Management , 1-8.

Oriogu, C. D., Anthony Onyebuchi Chukwuemeka, O. C., & Darlina, C. O.-O. (2018). Faculty Awareness, Perception and use of Information Resources and Services in a Private University in Nigeria. Covenant Journal of Library & Information Science , 32-44.

Salubi, O. G., Ezra, O. E., & Nekhwevh, F. (2018). Utilisation of Library Information Resources among Generation Z Students: Facts and Fiction. MDPI , 1-12.



The present study provides an overview about the user’s awareness in Federal University Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria.. The study was conducted to ascertain the level of awareness of information resources, services and facilities by students of FUAA. Three research objectives guided the study. 306 copies of questionnaire were administered to the respondents in the university and 217 received and analyzed. Simple random and stratified sampling techniques were employed for the study due to the largeness of the population. In the data analysis, frequency counts, simple percentages, and charts was used for the statistical analysis. The study Highlight the levels of awareness of different types of information resources, services and facilities provided by the university library and revealed that the students are fully aware and seems to use them regularly. Other findings from the study showed that students utilized the information resources such as text books, journals, E-theses and dissertations E-journals, and E-books for learning and research. The study recommended that the university library should make more efforts to improve the relevant information resources to encourage students to patronize the library



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