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MWAI KIBAKI LIBRARY, LOWER KABETE CAMPUS CONDUCTS ORIENTATION FOR FIRST YEAR MODULE 11, 2017/18, SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDENTS (NOV. 22/2017).

1st year module 2, school of business students went through library orientation on Wednesday, 22nd Nov. 2017 from 12.00 noon to 2.00 p.m.

 The students, 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.

The Librarian started her speech by welcoming the students to the SOB library and congratulated the new students on excelling in the NationalExams and also for choosing to be identified with “A World Class University committed to academic excellence”.

She encouraged them to make good use of their time in the college and rise above the academic, social personal and even spiritual challenges that they may face during the 4 years in the college. She stressed willingness of SOB library staff to walk side by side with students during their academic journey to the end. “You are the reason why we are here, so make use of us”.

Among other issues, the students were briefed on Library rules and regulations, hours of operation, Modes of communication, online registration requirements and library services and facilities.

She put emphasis on information literacy support training programs and encouraged students to form groups of 10s for the trainings. She went ahead to talk of library users’ responsibilities e.g. proper use of library materials

 She touched on Library expectations from students and the obligations of library staff to students for final academic success. This also was related to respect as a two way traffic for   mutual coexistence among students themselves and with staff members.

 The students were reminded to be the brother’s keeper to each other and report to the relevant authority anything that looks out of the ordinary regarding security in the campus.

The librarian concluded her speech by touching on the importance of feedback and encouraged students to provide the same so as to enable the library to improve its services and facilities.

 

Launch of the Rapid Result Initiative (RRI) on the Constitution of Kenya

22/8/2013

Two members of staff from Mwai Kibaki  library participated in the launching of RRI program  for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences on 22nd August 2013.