This study set out to ascertain the perception of the lecturers of the College of Education Warri Library, Delta State, Nigeria. The population of the study consisted of 100 lecturers drawn from the five Schools of the college. The survey research design was adopted using the questionnaire as an instrument for data collection. Frequency counts and percentages were used to analyze the data generated. Findings revealed that (36%) of respondents were dissatisfied with the library resources, (21%) of respondents are moderately satisfied while (26%) were satisfied with the use of the resources; and (17%) were undecided about library resources. But most of the lecturers have an unsatisfactory perception of library resources The study recommended that the library management should make efforts to acquire current textbooks and journals and organize in-house training programmes geared towards assisting library staff to improve their service attitudes. Also, efforts should be made by library management to organize user education programme for lecturers to enable them to become aware of the available library resources and service and use them effectively.