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The library holds a large collection in the world of i recommend material which ranges from earliest work to most current publications. These include: books,magazines, pictures, photographs, maps and we use it cheap cialis australia much more stored in many parts of the only now National Library. 

 

National Collection

The National Library is responsible for collection of all publications published in Uganda, on Uganda and by Ugandans as legal deposits. By so doing, the National Library preserves its national heritage through safeguarding the works of Ugandans for historical and cultural value. This is a reserved section and information materials there can only be accessed through the reference librarian.

The Africana Collection

This consists of materials on the rest of Africa with special reference to East Africa. They include materials on all subjects in the humanities, economical and social sciences.

General Reference Collection

The documents in this section consist of encyclopedia, dictionaries, directories, atlases, yearbooks and other materials of introductory nature to various subjects. It consists of a large range of resources to support our reference services and includes print and canadian generic viagra online electronic resources covering all subjects.

It is important to note that items in this collection may only be used onsite at the library’s reading room. 

Special Collection

These consist of collections on specific areas or by specific institutions in special formats and are maintained for purposes of promoting research and scholarship.

These materials include:

  • Library and Information science.
  • Publications of international organizations.
  • Electronic information tapes, diskettes, CD-ROMs and the web/internet.
  • Serials and magazines (holds current & non-current editions).

Asian Collection

This was a collection developed as a result of a donation received from The Nippon Foundation- Japan which consisted of one hundred (100) titles. These are on social, economical, literature and inter-relations of Japan with other countries.

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It is important to note that items in the library collection are only used onsite at the library’s reading room.

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The National Libary of Uganda Gets a new Board

The National Libary of Uganda Gets a new Board
The Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development, Hon. Wilson Muruli Mukasa has inaugurated a new National Library Board after the expiry of the term of office of the previous one. The Board is made up of nine members and is chaired by Mr Augustine Omare-Okurut, the Secretary General of the Uganda National Commission for UNESCO. Because a National Library has something to offer for all citizens, each Board member represents a particular section of society.


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Uganda’s children’s libraries are going digital!

Uganda’s children’s libraries are going digital!
Recently, Book Aid International launched a partnership project with National Library of Uganda and Worldreader to bring e-readers into Children’s Corners. 10 libraries in Uganda now have 20 e-readers each, preloaded with 200 titles to support education and reading. Here, Stella Nekuusa, Principal Librarian for National Library of Uganda, tells us what impact the viagra price project will have.


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National Library of Uganda hosts students from Uganda Christian University (UCU)

National Library of Uganda hosts students from Uganda Christian University (UCU)
National Library of Uganda (NLU) hosted the students of Uganda Christian University (UCU) main campus on the 19th June, 2015 who had visited NLU for a hands-on training on digitization.

The students under the leadership of Mr. Ezra Kalule were welcomed by the NLU Director, Ms. G. K. Mulindwa who thanked the University for such an arrangement. She briefly took students through the functions of National Library of Uganda and she also challenged them about where they were going to apply the acquired knowledge. She further tasked the students to appreciate the get viagra at an online pharmacy new technologies with emphasis on tailoring library services to all the various categories of users such as children that many don’t seem to pay keen attention to. She encouraged students to look at this area especially when carrying out their re...

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Masaka Public Library gets support from MTN Uganda.

Masaka Public Library gets support from MTN Uganda.
Masaka Public Library was the happy recipient of twelve Internet – connected computers from MTN Uganda under MTN’s Corporate Social Responsibility Programme. As part of MTN’s annual ‘21 Days of Y’ello Care’, MTN also repainted the library and added more stock to the children’s library. The handover of the computers and http://loslo.net/drug-generic-cialis the Internet routers was done at a colourful ceremony on Monday 15th June 2015. Masaka is added to the list of public libraries where any member of the public can access digital content because of the availability of Internet.



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Sanga is born on World Book and Copyright Day 23rd April 2015

Sanga is born on World Book and Copyright Day 23rd April 2015
This year’s World Book and Copyright Day saw the launch of the Ugandan adaptation of the Dutch Children’s book “Miffy.” Launched by the Deputy Ambassador of the Netherlands to Uganda, the book titled “Sanga is born” was adapted by a group of Ugandan authors, illustrators and designers and has been written in English, Luganda and Langi.


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