Globalization challenges of medical education library services in Uganda

Grey Literature

World Library and Info. Congress: 74th IFLA GCC Sep 06, 2008

The paper focuses on globalization from the perspective of “information access, transfer, exchange and use”. It shows that the 21st Century African medical Library user is slowly but steadily complimenting the traditional way of accessing and sharing library resources in print format, with a more advanced electronic way, which is proving to be more efficient, but with a lot of challenges to a developing continent. The preliminary findings indicate inadequate funding as the underlying problem.

Author
Kinengyere, A

Region
Eastern Africa

Country
Uganda

Topic
Other

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