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Library staff attends training for Deans, Directors and Chairpersons of the Faculty/ School/Institute/Centre, Postgraduate Committees on 10th May 2017 at Central Catering Unit (CCU)

The Board of graduate School conducted a one day training to discuss standards for graduate students to enhance quality of education. The training was geared towards ensuring Commission of University Education (CUE) standards and guidelines and postgraduate regulations are implemented to enhance quality graduate education.

The training was presided over by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Students Affairs), Professor Isaac Mbeche on behalf of the Vice Chancellor, and was graced by the presence of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research Production and Extension) Professor Lucy Irungu.

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CAVS CONDUCTS TURNITIN ANTI-PLAGARISM SOFTWARE AND ORCID TRAINING FOR LECTURERS

The College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) library held training for lecturers on 12/4/2017 on Turnitin anti-plagiarism software. The college Librarian opened the session by sensitizing the lecturers on the University of Nairobi plagiarism policy. She pointed out the importance of all the lecturers going through the policy since among other issues, the policy defines what plagiarism is, how to detect it, levels of plagiarism, major and minor penalties taken for staff and students who plagiarize.

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS LIBRARY CONDUCTS ORIENTATION FOR FIRST YEAR MODULE 11, 2017/18 STUDENTS

1st Year’s Modulle11, School of Business students went through library orientation on Monday, 10th April 2017 from 11.30am to 1.00pm.

The students and the library staff assembled in Mwai Kibaki Library where they were addressed by the School librarian and Library staff before they were taken for the library tour.

INASP Picks University of Nairobi photo as Photo of the month.

Systems Librarian Milcah Gikunju (right) with her colleagues discussing 2016 usage statistics for their library at University of Nairobi, Kenya. The photo was taken during the Monitoring and Evaluation of E-Resource Use (MEERU) online course, conducted by INASP from 24 January to 20 March 2017.

Professor Yashi Pal Ghai visits School of Law Library

The School of Law Library is a highly valued source of legal information for teaching and research. The resource which has been accumulated over a period of time attracts scholars from far and wide. On Thursday the 23rd Mar. 2017, Professor Yashi Pal Ghai, an expert in Constitutional Law who served as Chair of Kenya Constitution Review Commission visited the library together with his wife. Ghai has advised and assisted NGOs on human rights law-related work and also written several books on law.

Library bids farewell to retiring staff

The Library Ag. Director and the Deputies cutting a cake with the retiring staff