The Pro Chancellor of University of Nigeria Nsukka – Chief Mike Olorunfemi, has donated 3050 books to Nnamdi Azikiwe Library, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. These books cut across many disciplines. On 11th July, 2017, the Pro Chancellor came with his team to officially present the books to the University and the Library in particular. In his words, he stated that the books were donated from his foundation called “Michael Olorunfemi Foundation”. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Benjamin Ozumba welcomed him to the library and commended his efforts. Prof. Ozumba furthered his statement by noting that University of Nigeria is the first to get the highest number of donated books from the foundation. He added that UNN is priviledged to be the best beneficiary of Mike Olorunfemi Foundation. See more pictures below.
Today, 11th July, 2017, the Pro Chancellor of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, officially visited the library to officially donate 3050 books from his Foundation. The Pro-Chancellor was accompanied by the Vice chancellor – Professor Benjamin Chukwuma Ozumba, the Deputy Vice chancellors , Council members and other Principal Officers. The University Librarian – Professor Chinwe Nwogo Ezeani, appreciated the kind gesture of the Pro-Chancellor warmly welcomed him to the great citadel of learning resource centre.
The Pro Chancellor, Mr. Mike Olorunfumi, has recently donated a total of three thousand and fifty (3,050) books to the Nnamdi Azikiwe Library. These are very valuable books in various subject areas. These books are being processed for addition into the library stock. The University Librarian, the management and members of staff of Nnamdi Azikiwe Library are deeply appreciative of this gesture. View Pictures below.
[Prof. C. N. Ezeani]
LAUNCHING OF UNNSPACE
The Library Management wishes to invite all staff, students and researchers, to visit the newly upgraded Institutional Repository of the University, herewith referred to as UNNSPACE. The Repository has been upgraded from 3.0 to 6.04, and running on Ubuntu Linux which has also been upgraded from 12.0 to 16.04 LTS. Right now, University of Nigeria has the latest DSpace-powered Institutional Repository in Nigeria. Thanks to the University Administration for the support in achieving this feat.
The Upgrade enables easy navigation of the repository with relevant statistics and the integration of ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID). These and many more, are obtainable in the newly upgraded UNNSPACE.
Authors are hereby encouraged to visit the UNNSPACE following these steps:
- Visit www.unn.edu.ng,
- Under LIBRARIES, navigate to Institutional Repository
Alternatively, visit the URL: http://repository.unn.edu.ng:8080/xmlui/
NB: Lecturers and PG students are urged to have their publications showcased on UNNSPACE by submitting to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For enquiries, please contact: email@example.com , Thanks.
Signed: The University Librarian
Professor C. N. Ezeani
The Pro Chancellor, Mr. Mike Olorunfumi, has recently donated a total of three thousand and fifty (3,050) books to the Nnamdi Azikiwe Library. These are very valuable books in various subject areas. These books are being processed for addition into the library stock. The University Librarian, the management and members of staff of Nnamdi Azikiwe Library are deeply appreciative of this gesture. We hereby attach the pictures of the donated books.
[Prof. C. N. Ezeani]
The Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration), Professor Charles Igwe is seen in the picture having a handshake with Mark Reeves, a history student of University of North Carolina who came on a research visit to the Library and to Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe’s house. Click here to view full story!
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Mark Reeves is a Ph.D candidate at University of North Carolina whose research focuses on the global history of anticolonialism in the 20th century, especially intersections between anticolonialism and various forms of internationalism. He recently visited University of Nigeria, Nsukka library to further embark on his research topic tentatively titled: “Lost Horizons: Anticolonial Internationalism, 1930-1970,” compares the careers of four anticolonialists from different regions: Shukri al-Quwatli (1892-1967), the first president of Syria; V.K. Krishna Menon (1896-1974), the Indian diplomat and Minister of Defense; Carlos Romulo (1898-1985), the journalist and diplomat from the Philippines; and Nnamdi Azikiwe (1902-96), activist editor and first president of Nigeria.” (Click to learn more).
In connection with his research title, he visited the Africana Section of the Library, and paid a special visit to Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe’s house located at Onuiyi, Nsukka. Mark was warmly welcomed by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration), Prof. Charles Igwe. His contact person in the library was Mr. Vincent Ekwelem, Deputy University Librarian (Technical Services).
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University of Nigeria Nsukka has been conducting online exams for her students and it has been a worthwhile practice for both students and lecturers. Last year, we posted the success story of the GSP examinations and GSP 111 (Use of the Library and Study Skills) was one of such exams (Click here and here for the post links). Our blog post of March 23, 2016 has a video of a student who we interviewed as she shared her experience. Okoh Chizoba testified that the GSP 111 examination was a huge success. The Administration of Professor Benjamin C. Ozumba (University of Nigeria Nsukka Vice Chancellor) has been working effortlessly to meet up with global standards.