African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science

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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 26, No 1 (2016)

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Table of Contents


Novel and Fundamental Advances in Digital Technologies for Managing Information and Knowledge
Stephen Mutula
Visibility of University of Zululand and Moi University Researchers in Web of Science and Scopus from 2003 to 2013
Dennis N. Ocholla, Janneke Mostert, Daniel C. Rotich
Research Support and Open Access: Notes from Nigeria
Noah Oluwafemi Samuel
Integrated Library System Implementation: The Bowen University Library Experience with Koha Software
Ayoku A. Ojedokun, Grace O.O. Olla, Samuel A. Adigun
Computer Anxiety and Computer Self-Efficacy in Computer-Based Tests in Selected Universities in South-West Nigeria
Williams Nwagwu, Olukunle Adebayo
An Evaluation of a Donor Funded Information and Communication Technology Centre in a South Africa Indigenous Community: Reflections on the Bhamshela Telecentre
Ken Chisa, Ruth Hoskins
User Perceptions about Archives at the Lutheran Theological Institute Library, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Francis Garaba
A Comparative Analysis of Library and Information Science Master’s Degree Programmes in Uganda and USA
Dianah Twinoburyo Kacunguzi

ISSN: 0795-4778
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