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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 27, No 2 (2017)

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Articles

Open access publishing in Africa: advancing research outputs to global visibility
Ifeanyi J. Ezema, Omwoyo Bosire Onyancha
Utilisation of institutional repositories for searching information sources, self-archiving and preservation of research publications in selected Nigerian universities
Scholastica Chizoma Ukwoma, Austin J.C. Mole
Trend of African scientific output and impact 1996 –2015
Mike Thelwall
Distance learners’ attitude and use behaviour of electronic information resources at the University of Namibia Library
Nampa Hamutumwa, Stephen Mutula, Ruth Hoskins
Accessibility of resources and delivery methods as correlates of information literacy competence of undergraduates in southern Nigerian Universities
K.N. Igwe, A.O. Issa
The role of records management in small Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) in South Africa and its implications for business sustainability
Patrick Ajibade, Festus E. Khayundi
Using project management strategy to evaluate the challenges of managing a renovation project at the Chancellor College Library, University of Malawi
Naomi Kachoka, Ruth Hoskins


ISSN: 0795-4778
AJOL African Journals Online