University of Dar es Salaam Library journal

The University of Dar es Salaam Library Journal publishes articles on all aspects of library and information science. These include organization and dissemination of information, library education and training, information technology and its application in libraries, book reviews and short communications.

This journal can be accessed at the African Journals Online at the following link http://www.ajol.info/index.php/udslj and Journal issue list at the following link http://www.ajol.info/index.php/udslj/issue/archive


EDITORIAL BOARD

Prof. J. Nawe: Professor of Library and Information Studies, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Prof. L. O. Aina: Professor, Department of Library and  Information Studies, Studies, University of Botswana

Prof. A. A. Alemna: University Librarian, Balme Library,  University of Ghana

Dr. A.M. Kabudi: Senior Lecturer  and  Director,  University of Dar es Salaam Library

Dr. A. Olden: Senior Lecturer, Thames Valley University, United Kingdom.                           

EDITORIAL COMMITTEE
Prof.  A. Nkhoma-Wamunza              Chief Editor

Dr. H. Mungwabi                                Assistant Editor

Dr. A. Mcharazo                                 Committee member   

Mr. A. Kanuya                                    Committee member

The journal is published twice per year, that is June and December.
Subscription

Annual subscription rates:

Within Africa:             US $ 10.00 (Including postage and handling)

Outside Africa:           US $ 20.00 (Including postage and handling)

All correspondence should be addressed to:

The Editor,

University of Dar es Salaam Library Journal,

P.O.Box  35092,

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

E-mail: mungwabihosea@yahoo.com or nkhoma_wamunza@yahoo.ie



Vol 11, No 2 (2016): Special Issue on Library and Information Science Research in Tanzania

This special issue is a compilation of articles from a conference on Library and Information Science research in Tanzania which was held from 11th to 12th of December 2014, at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. It includes most of the papers that were presented at the conference. The ideas presented in the proceedings aimed at opening areas for further research and investigation. The papers from this special edition therefore provide an avenue and setting for sharing LIS research findings in Tanzania

Table of Contents

Articles

Evans F Wema, Faraja Ndumbaro
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1-16
Kelefa Mwantimwa, Alice Nkhoma-Wamunza
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17-30
Paul A Manda, Amina R Hilika
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31-44
Julita Nawe, Mary M Materu-Behitsa
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45-59
Jangawe Msuya, Hosea Mungwabi
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60-73
Paul S Muneja, Esther Ndenje-Sichalwe
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74-92
Paul A Manda, Emmanuel Mkhai
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93-103
Hosea N Mungwabi, Joram S. Kilemile
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104-112
Hosea N Mungwabi, Joram S. Kilemile
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113-122