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Growing appeal for nontraditional mode of learning in the public universities of Kenya has placed academic libraries at the centre of attention.
This is owed to the crucial role libraries play in supporting teaching, learning and research activities in the parent universities.
Establishing strong empirical evidence is a necessary foundation stone for libraries to effectively meet this academic obligation.
To this end, this study examined the challenges nontraditional university students face towards satisfying their information needs from their respective public university libraries.
The study specifically assessed the nature of information needs of these students, the resource base and services capacity of libraries to satisfy their information needs and responsiveness of the libraries policy environment to satisfy these needs.
Florence Auma Odenyo - Degree of Master of Library and Information Science, Department of Library and Information Science, School of Education, Kenyatta University.
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