One important development of the information age is that it has ushered in an era of individualized and lifelong learning, and a time when an individual can really focus on developing his personal initiatives with minimum mobility and by using information effectively. It is a time of experimentation and exploration with information resources for the discovery of new meaning and ideas. During this age, every thought and suggestion is highly valued as long as it leads to new discoveries which can be applied to improve human living standards. Let our resources awaken your interests and challenge you to develop your being and bring out the best in you. I welcome you to the UEAB library.
Dr Margaret Adeogun,
Sunday – Thursday
- 07:00 am – 05:30 pm
- 07:00 pm – 10:30 pm
- 07:00 am -02:00 pm
- 07:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Public Holidays -
- The Library will open only on public holidays that fall within the University session. Library hours for such days shall be as follows:
- 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm;
- 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
- The Library will operate regular opening hours as indicated from Sunday through Saturday.
In addition to the basic function of the library – gathering, processing, and disseminating information-the Library also renders the following services:
- BINDERY : This library offers simple book mending, spiral bindings, and document lamination.
- PHOTOCOPY : Photocopying services are available at a charge. Users are encouraged to photocopy articles and pages of reference materials that they would need outside the Library. The copier is utilized mainly to photocopy library materials and it is located at the Online Research Centre (ORC).
- INTERNET SERVICE. The library has access to the Internet. Through it, you can access in-depth information on any topic, reports and proceedings of certain conferences and seminars. All Freshmen are required to register at the ORC to obtain their usernames and passwords for Internet access.
- Course materials such as handouts and pamphlets for various disciplines are placed on reserve at the circulation desk and are available on short loan basis.
- Reserved materials such as handouts and pamphlets for various disciplines are placed on reserve at the circulation desk and are available on short loan basis. Monographs identified for use for particular courses are placed on two-hour reserve.
Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC)
The OPAC is client-server library catalog system which runs on our library LAN. It has been integrated with other library catalogs that are available on the internet. Currently the UEAB library has four client computers which are connected to the main server.
Other Online Library Catalogues
- Click on the link to access: www.loc.gov/z3950/gateway.html