Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The Effect of Library Orientation Programme on the Use of Library Resources by New Students in the University of Education, Winneba. (UEW)
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The study examines the effect of library orientation on new students' use of library resources at the University of Education, Winneba.
The study's goal is to demonstrate that library orientations increase student usage of the library.
The study examines student usage statistics at University of Education, Winneba (UEW) Osagyefo Library. According to the findings, students who received orientation used the library more frequently.
A questionnaire was used to collect information about new students' use of the library.
Design: This study is based on the University of Education Winneba Library and aims to instill in new students a positive attitude toward the effective use of library resources frequency and percentages were used to analyze the data.
The study concludes that because the library occupies a central place in the achievement of any academic institution's goal and objectives, library orientation has become essential in the student's achievement and performance, adequate resources should be provided to the programme to ensure that the aim and objectives are realized based on the study.