Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, some of the data bases require password and username. Some also require IP autentication. All you have to do is to get the usernames and password from any of the e-Librarian in the e-library. Remember, for those that require IP authentication, you have to be within the School Campus to have access to them.
You can access lecture notes through the Learning Management System (LMS) with the URL, http://lms.fulafia.edu.ng/. LMS is an online platform where students access their lecture notes and interact with their lecturers. It is design for Administration, Documentation, Tracking, Reporting and Delivery of e-learning education courses or training programmes.
Each library space has its own checkout for materials. You'll need a borrower-card and ID card to check out library materials, excluding audiovisuals (e.g. DVDs, CDs, etc.). Our Readers Service Librarian handles the majority of checking in and out of books and other materials, issuing Library cards, Library fines, and other issues relating to Library accounts.
There are public access computers in the Library. Users do not need a login to use the computers. Computers are include Microsoft Office Suite and include printing capability.
Personal still cameras may be used with existing light in public areas. Permission to use a tripod must be obtained from the Office of the Head, Customer Service.. Any videotaping or filming for other than personal use, either indoors or outdoors on Library grounds, must be cleared with the Head, Customer Service.
Sure! We are happy to receive purchase suggestions, and will do our best to acquire them. Students, staff and others may use this form.
Check out our Ask A Librarian page to find out all the ways you can get in touch with librarians in all of our campus libraries -- drop in, call, email or schedule a research appointment.
Our Reference Page lists several online resources that you can use to find out how to cite books, journal articles, web pages and other sources correctly, no matter what citation style you are using. Ask A Librarian if you need additional help with citing sources.