Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln


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This study has been aligned to examine the effect of the role of the academic library on students’ learning at the university level. The administration of academic libraries has been found to facilitate university students in the global south and global north. For this study, a cross-sectional survey has been conducted at the Hafiz Hayat Campus, University of Gujrat, Pakistan. A sample of 131 BS program students has been sampled from the Department of Sociology and Psychology. A total of 120 students have participated in the survey. A well-structured questionnaire has been used as a tool of data collection to measure the response of the students consisting of sections including identification, the socio-demographic, role of the academic library, and student learning. Descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation, and multiple regression analysis have been employed to draw results and conclusions. The study finding indicates that the role of the academic library has a favorable significant effect on students learning at the university level. The study also points out that the academic library has been playing a vital role to facilitate university students. The study concludes that study spaces and library catalog facilities have favorable effects on students' learning at the university level by controlling the age of students.