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 Background to the Study
 The role of information resources management in the libraries cannot be overemphasized. It is difficult to attain any form of development without information resources. People need Information for making vital and relevant decisions; it is needed for research to attain a certain level of development. Information resources include any Information in electronic, audio-visual or physical form, non-print and print format, organized and made available for use. (The library is generally the institution whose primary mandatory is to acquire process, organize, conserve, disseminate and preserve printed and non-printed Information resources for use by their clientele). Information resources can also include people, this is because most people get information from other people, other Information resources include Documents, directories, Serial Publications, textbooks, Information Technology, Structured Databases, Multimedia and general print information. Library Information resources are stored information, regardless of media or characteristics, made or received by an organization that is evidence of its operations and have value requiring its retention for specific period of time-Ibenne (2010). The modern library is seen and defined as enhancing unrestricted access to information material resources, in addition to providing resources; it also provides the services of Academic Special Librarians who are experts in finding and organizing, planning, information and interpreting and disseminating information needs. The primary objectives of the Academic Special Library are to meet the information needs of its clientele, support research and advancement of knowledge, provide facilities and services among others. The Special Libraries Interest Working Group (SIWG) states that “special libraries contribute to specific professional or academic groups whose information needs are defined by particular subject or activities”. The fundamental role of each Academic special library is to support the information needs of its users/clients so that they can achieve the mission and goals of its mother university. These Academic Special Libraries provide a variety of Information resources to meet the needs of a specialized population, providing staff and researchers with the necessary information they need to carry out their tasks. The main characteristics of Academic special libraries are in their structural organization, purpose of setting them up, functions, being supported by the university and generally in their exclusively small sizes. These Academic special libraries sited within the universities are single subject libraries that cater to just a particular and select group of clients on that area of specialization. These Academic Special libraries could include Law libraries, medical libraries, education libraries and so forth.

Project detailsContents
Number of Pages101 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
Chapter summary1 to 5 chapters
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