The Aga Khan University libraries network, which includes nine libraries in five countries spread over three continents, is committed to providing the University community access to comprehensive, multi-disciplinary, information resources, in print and digital formats, in support of its research, teaching and learning activities. This access will be provided through innovative services, and state-of-the-art systems.

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Submissions from 2016

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Evaluating library service quality at the Aga Khan University library: Application of a total quality management approach, Nasra Gathoni and Thomas Van der Walt

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The value and challenges of providing and accessing Government open data in developing countries: Kenyan context from a citizen’s perspective, Mary Ngure and Soderlund Ochungo

Submissions from 2015

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International trends in health science librarianship part 14: East Africa (Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda), Nasra Gathoni, Nancy Kamau, Judith Nannozi, and Marcel Singirankabo

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Assessing the needs and measuring the impact of the information literacy sessions at the Aga Khan University’s Institute for Educational Development, Pakistan, Qammer Naveed and Ashraf Sharif

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Cross-border implementation of Institutional Repository: A case of Aga Khan University, Mary Ngure, Ashraf Sharif, and Peter Gatiti

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Institutional Repository as a scholarly publishing partner: A case of Aga Khan University Library, Ashraf Sharif

Submissions from 2014

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Better Together: Building Strategic Library Partnerships, Peter Gatiti and Margaret Law

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Towards successful implementation of an Institutional Repository in a cross-border environment, Mary Ngure, Peter Gatiti, and Catherine Wanyingi

Submissions from 2013

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Saving lives through health information; African leadership and partnership, Nasra Gathoni, Gracian Chimwaza, Shane Godbolt, and Chipo Msengezi

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Implementing Institutional Repository (IR) system in a multi-campus international university: Nuts and bolts, Ashraf Sharif

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Connecting Aga Khan University's nine campus libraries across three continents through a shared library system, Ashraf Sharif and Normand Demers

Submissions from 2012

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Enhancing access to health information in Africa: A librarian's perspective, Nasra Gathoni

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Meeting the needs of health care professionals: the Aga Khan University Hospital experience, Nasra Gathoni

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Citation analysis of editorials of core Pakistani medical journals, Ashraf Sharif

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Integrating libraries across continents: A case of Aga Khan University’s nine libraries in five countries, Ashraf Sharif

Submissions from 2011

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Working togaether to achieve HIFA2015: a perspective from two HIFA 2015 supporting organisations, Nasra Gathoni and Shane Godbolt

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Monitoring and Evaluation of electronic resources in Academic and Research Institutions in Kenya, Nasra Gathoni, Evan Njoroge, Agatha Kabugu, Damiana Kiilu, Felicitas Ratanya, Jane Gikandi, and Eddah Wasike

Submissions from 2010

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Information literacy for post graduate medical students at the Aga Khan University (AKU), Kenya: a multidisciplinary approach, Nasra Gathoni

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A bibliometric analysis of publications by staff from Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, 2007 - 2009, Peter Gatiti

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Evidence- based practice: formulating a well-built clinical question, Peter Gatiti

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Learning Resource Review: Clinical Evidence, Peter Gatiti

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The Impact of Information retrieval skills training for nurses: a case study of KEN-AHILA/INASP course in Nairobi, Kenya, 2009, Symphrose Ouma and Nasra Gathoni

Submissions from 2008

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Evidence based medicine: the role of the health information professional, Nasra Gathoni

Submissions from 2007

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Difference practices in manuscript cataloging in Egypt: how could they be reconciled?, Walid Ghali Nasr

Submissions from 2006

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Library co-operation through resource sharing (RS): Models for Lahore libraries, Ashraf Sharif

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A citation analysis of Pakistan Economic and Social Review, Ashraf Sharif and Khalid Mahmood

Submissions from 2004

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How economists cite literature: citation analysis of two core Pakistani economic journals, Ashraf Sharif and Khalid Mahmood

Submissions from 2001

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Impact of computer training on professional library activities in Pakistan, Ashraf Sharif and Khalid Mahmood