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Collection development issues in judicial libraries in Kenya

Esther N. Juma

Collection development issues in judicial libraries in Kenya

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Published by Loughborough University in Loughborough .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.A.) - Course project in the Department of Information and Library Studies, Loughborough University, 1997.

Statementby Esther N. Juma.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17262954M


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Public Libraries in Kenya: Collection Development Dr Henry D S Kinya Librarian/ Lecturer African Nazarene university Nairobi – Kenya E-mail: [email protected] Abstract The public library should provide equality of access to a range of resources that meets the needs of its users for education, information, leisure and personal Size: KB.

The Important Issues in Collection Development in Academic Libraries in the 21st CenturyCreated by Michelle Nielsen Ott, October Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

The development of libraries in Kenya Japhet Otike This article analyses the growth of libraries in Kenya from the early colonial period to the present. It is noted that early libraries were associated with the development of the new colony.

The use of libraries at that time. ALA’s Library Bill of Rights library resources should provide for the interests of the enture service community and that the materials reflect all points of view on controversial topics Libraries must not restrict anyone’s access to these resources on the basis of nationality, age, background, etc.

“Diversity in Collection Development. National and public libraries. The National Library and the public libraries are both the functions of Kenya National Library Service which is mandated by the law under Cap of the Laws of Kenya, April Currently there is one National Library which is located at Community-Upper Hill, Nairobi.

There are 60 public libraries spread in different parts of the country. h) Book Fairs Unlike book exhibits, a book fair is a bigger event. It can be organized with assistance of book publishers and suppliers. - The exhibitors normally pay a fee to display their materials and in so doing, it can serve a source of revenue for the public library.

- It draws the public to arrange of materials available on the Size: KB. Discusses factors affecting collection development, scope, definition and process of collection development, highlights importance of collection development policy manual, presents peculiar circumstances and background of document acquisition transaction in libraries, points out many problems relating to document selection and document procurement processes.

National Book Development Council of Kenya - NBDCK, Nairobi, Kenya. likes. Established inthe National Book Development Council of Kenya {NBDCK} is a non-governmental and non-profit 5/5(1).

Self-Publishing and Collection Development: Opportunities and Challenges for Libraries will address multiple aspects of how public and academic libraries can deal with the increase in self-published both academic and public libraries have started to grapple with the burgeoning issues associated with self-published books, many 5/5(1).

The Library's collection development policy for foreign primary materials is to develop a focused collection that builds on our historic strengths (e.g., the U.K. and other common law jurisdictions), represents major civil and common law jurisdictions throughout the world, reflects the evolving research interests of Duke Law faculty and.

The Kenya National Archives is situated in the city centre on Moi Avenue opposite the Hilton Hotel. Although this facility was established init moved to its current address in the s, and now houses a library and an art the s, the government acquired the late Joseph Murumbi’s large collection of rare African books, which is now available for review in the library.

The foregoing background sheds light on the developments at the international level, with regard to judicial ethics: and most relevant in this respect is the effort of an informal group of Chief Justices and Superior Court Judges from around the world (later known as the Judicial Integrity Group), which led to the adoption of the famous Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct ().

Professor James Thuo Gathii has posed the warning in “The Incomplete Transformation of Judicial Review” that the Kenyan judiciary must guard against the development of a two-tracked system of judicial review – with cases influenced by the common law, on the one hand, and cases decided under the Constitution’s principles of judicial.

The s was a landmark decade for the development of libraries in Kenya. Inthe British Council appointed S. Hockey to study and report on the development of public libraries in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania.

Hockey's report recommended the establishment ofCited by: 2. The Kenya National Library Service (KNLS) is a corporate body of the Kenyan government with a mandate to "promote, establish, equip, manage, maintain and develop libraries in Kenya". It was established in by an Act of Parliament of the Laws of Kenya to provide library and information services to the Kenyan public.

In its service provision, KNLS plays a dual role of public library and Established: 2Kenya Methodist University, P.O.

Box Meru, Kenya. Accepted 11 November, The purpose of this article is to discuss and clearly bring out the major challenges faced in establishing University Libraries in Kenya. The paper first discusses the development of academic institutions and.

He is a recognized expert in collection development. After having been a library administrator—including head of collection development—at two large research libraries, he has taught collection development since to thousands of students.

His teaching has given him a broader understanding of collection development in all types of libraries. About. Experienced Head Librarian with a demonstrated history of working in the government institutions.

Strong community and social services professional skilled in Cataloging, Library Instruction, Information Literacy, Legal Research, training, mentoring and Collection : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR. conversation on the current obstacles for development in Kenya. The discussion touched on the key political, economic, and social challenges currently affecting Kenya’s development.

Collection development is guided in most libraries by the collection development policy. It is necessary to have the collection development policy written to make for objectivity in developing the library collection.

A collection development policy is essential for a balanced and robust collection. The Collection Development Policy guides the selection, acquisition, and maintenance of library materials within current fiscal restraints and resource sharing opportunities.

This policy is aligned with the mission, values and strategic initiatives of the Library and the College. This Guide to Law Online Kenya contains a selection of Kenyan legal, juridical, and governmental sources accessible through the Internet. Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary, and general government information about specific jurisdictions and topics.

Enhancing Access to Electronic Resources through Collaborations and E-Document Delivery: Experiences of University Libraries in Kenya Judy S. Kasalu Margaret Thatcher Library, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya.

[email protected] Joseph B. Ojiambo DVC, Academic and Students’ Affairs Division, University of Kabianga, Kericho, by: 1.

NOTICE -Milimani High Court, Judicial Review Division Virtual Cause List – Hearing of Matters of between May 11 – 15, & rescheduling of others 1 file(s) 4.

IMPLEMENTATION OF INFORMATION LITERACY PROGRAMMES IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES: A CASE STUDY OF KENYA NATIONAL LIBRARY SERVICE MAINA STEPHEN A Research Project Presented In Partial Fulfillment for the Award of Degree of Master of Library and Information Science, Department of Library and Information Science, University of Nairobi This research is on the effects of poor implementation of collection development policy in academic libraries in Imo State.

In carrying out the project, five research questions and objectives were drawn on the effects of poor implementation of collection development policies; its effectiveness, problems encountered in implementing the policies and the solutions to these problems are X-rayed.

Collection 4 Kenya is an upcoming, and a shining example of a state ruled by the principles of constitutionalism and the rule of law in the Eastern region of sub-Saharan Africa, and it is determined to achieve the United Nations millennium development goals by the yearwhich besides pushing for economic growth and development based onFile Size: KB.

ABOUT US - Overview - Mandate - Our Commitment - Our Blueprints - Our History - Projects - Judicial Performance Improvement Project (JPIP) - Commercial Justice Sector Reforms Project - Alternative Dispute Resolution - Committees - Judicial Leaders Advisory Council - Judiciary Committee on Elections - Bail and Bond Implementation Committee.

Publishing and Book Trade in Kenya. book development book industry book market books published booksellers Bookshop cent CENTRAL Centre consider continue costs Council culture distribution distributors East economic effective efforts encouraging ensure Enterprises especially established Fair foreign Foundation given growth important 5/5(2).

Kenya and subsequently was the first President of the Independence Government of Kenya. Jomo Kenyatta found the federal system of government to be inappropriate for Kenya's multi-ethnic society. Eventually, a unitary system of government was introduced, and inKenya was declared aFile Size: KB.

of the study that ARTICLE 19 EA commissioned in order to assess the impact of Kenya’s legal and institutional frameworks on media freedom. Section 3 goes on to provide the constitutional, legal and institutional context of media freedom, while Section 4 reviews a File Size: KB.

Libr. Rev. () 23, Collections Development in Academic Libraries: the Case of Nigerian University Libraries OKECHUKWU M.

OKORO* A library collection includes books and serials, periodicals, documents, dissertations, maps, etc., and non-book materials such as recordings, photographs, pictures, slides, microcards, other words, it is the sum total of library materials that Cited by: 3. They are experts in the fields of special libraries, knowledge management, collection development, information technology, child services’ librarianship, and African librarianship.

The Collection and Services Advisory Council also make purchasing decisions with funds donated, as well as are the group who write the collection development policy. Collection Development Policy.

Adopted JanuaryRevised January I. PURPOSE. A collection development policy informs users and organizational authorities of the scope and nature of the existing collection as well as of the plans for the continued development of resources in the Wisconsin State Law Library (the Library).

Judicial review in Kenya. - Judicial review of administrative acts - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are Appeal Court of Kenya decision declaration delegated English estoppel fact Government hearing High Court miscellaneous issue judge Judicial Review KENYA REVIEW Kibera Law Reform Act Laws of Kenya leave.

View Homework Help - from LAW at Kenya School of Law. LEGAL INFORMATION SYSTEM IN KENYA Presented By Japhet Otike Dept.

of Library and Information. Judicial Review is the process through which an aggrieved person can find redress in a Court of Law. Judicial Review forms part of administrative law because it is the most appropriate way that an aggrieved party aggrieved by an administrative body can find redress.

Related Libraries. all Consortium libs in Kenya; Map of Consortium libs in Kenya; About is a free directory of libraries throughout the world. This directory is a component of Library Technology Guides. Please contact Marshall Breeding to report corrections about information listed for this library.

Follow Marshall on. University Libraries in which would meet the above mentioned threshold. The standards have served well to guide in the establishment and development of quality university libraries in Kenya since that time.

Higher education however, has been experiencing many dramatic changes which the libraries must respond to. TheFile Size: KB. A few of these missions are the British Council, the American Cultural Centre and the Goethe Institut. James Ng'ang'as categorizes these as "special ' J. Otike ().

The development of special libraries in Kenya with particular emphasis on problems and their possible solutions. M.L.S. Dissertation. Loughborough University, p. Cited by: 3. In his most recent book entitled “The Contested Empowerment of Kenya’s Judiciary, A Historical Institutional Analysis,” James Thuo Gathii invites readers to learn about the Kenyan Constitution.

He focuses his attention specifically on the rise of judicial review in Kenya, but the book doubles as a modern constitutional history. Kenya is a country of geopolitical and economic importance in East Africa. It shares borders with unstable states such as Somalia and Sudan while being a hub for trade, communication, finance, and transportation across the region.

Although relatively stable since its independence inthe country still faces poverty, inequality, and corruption. In addition, the contested election of - Vol African Development Review. Vol Issue 4. Vol Issue S2 Poverty Issues in South Sudan and Sudan. Pages:iv. October/Octobre Vol Issue 3.

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