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African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science is established mainly to provide a forum for librarians, archivists, documentalists, information scientists and other information related professionals in Africa to report their research findings but with emphasis on African setting. The Journal is refereed by distinguished scholars. Emphasis is on empirical research; however, manuscripts of high quality on theoretical aspects of the three information related disciplines will be considered for publication.

Vol 25, No 1 (2015)

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Articles

Indoor Noise in Academic Libraries: A Case Study of University of Ilorin Main Library, Nigeria
AS Aremu, JO Omoniyi, T Saka
A Comparison of Cataloguing and Classification Education (CCE) in Library and Information Science in South Africa, Brazil and the USA (SOBUSA): An Overview
Dennis N. Ocholla, Lyudmila Ocholla, Hope A. Olson, Jeannette R. Glover, José Augusto Guimarães
Accessing information through Zimbabwe’s Parliamentary Constituency Information Centres (PCICs)
Munyoro Munyoro, Archie L. Dick
Online Information Resources Availability and Accessibility: A Developing Countries’ Scenario
FW Dulle
Documentation and Use of Indigenous Knowledge by Practitioners of Alternative Healthcare in Oyo State, Nigeria
Adefunke S. Ebijuwa, Iyabo Mabawonku
Health Records Retention and Disposal in Nigerian Hospitals: Survey of Policies, Practices and Procedures
Benson M. Oweghoro
Managing Court Records in Kenya
Elsebah Maseh


African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science.   ISSN: 0795-4778
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