Library Resources

Information on Publishing

Know why you should publish and how to avoid predatory journals

EBSCO Discovery Service

Access the Library's entire collection of information materials from one search point

Academic Integrity

Understand plagiarism, how to avoid it, and how to access plagiarism detection tools


Although electronic resources are currently available and accessible to users, print resources are still in use and quite a number of library users use print resources.  The print resources in our libraries can be accessed through the Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC).  The print resources in our libraries include:

  • Print books.  These are books that have been selected and acquired to support the respective academic programs of the University. Our users are advised to make full use of the print books.
  • Print Journals.  Journals are periodic academic works that are essential for research and therefore most useful for Ph.D and Masters, students.
  • Theses and Dissertations.  Theses and dissertations are research reports by Ph.D and Masters Students and are therefore useful for those aspiring for higher academic qualifications.
  • Newspapers and Magazines.  Current and past newspapers and magazines are available in all our libraries and are accessible to our users.  They are important for current and past information.