Return all borrowed books to the library - please carry your student ID which the librarian will use to check against your student account to confirm that you don't have any unreturned or overdue books on your account. The librarian will guide you on the procedure to take in case you have unreturned or overdue books;
Return all the book borrower cards - please carry with you the two (2) library borrower cards that you received during your first library registration. These cards are a property of the library and form part of the evidence that you don't have with you any books borrowed;
As well note that:
Library clearance is done at the respective Campus Libraries and during the library open hours. You need not to travel to Busitema Campus to clear with the library.
Library clearance is done by the library staff at the Reference desk. Should you get challenges, always seek guidance from the Campus Librarian.
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How to find books
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How to find course reserves
The course reserves, also called electronic reserves, pathfinders or e-reserves are electronically accessible full text articles and scanned short book chapters that provide a pedagogical or educational purpose and benefit students 24 hours access to course readings, and meet fair use copyright guidelines.
Alternatively, you can access the Course reserves by following these simple steps
From the Online Library Catalogue,
Click “Course Reserves” and this will take you to the page below
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How to find local research
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Library's Research Guides
The Subject Guide, also called Research Guide is a kind of map to the resources of the library; it is an information locator for the library user whose search for recorded materials on a subject of interest is just beginning. Advancing technology requires libraries to explore innovative ways of providing outreach to users. With users who need everything as quickly as possible, perhaps guides that have only electronic resources with one-click access to these resources are all that is necessary. With immediacy as a priority, numerous clicks and decisions for the user to make are far less than ideal ... Continue Reading