In 1993, all of the six polytechnic institutions in Ghana were elevated to the status of tertiary‐level institutions. This study is an assessment of the state of polytechnic libraries in relation to their new roles as libraries of tertiary institutions. It seeks to investigate the adequacy or otherwise of personnel, finance, materials, accommodation, equipment and services in these libraries. The writers conclude that these facilities are woefully inadequate and have to be improved in order to enhance the academic performance of the students and staff of the polytechnics.
Alemna, A.A., Kisiedu, C.O. and Antwi, I.K. (1996), "Library facilities in the polytechnics of Ghana in view of their new roles as tertiary institutions", Aslib Proceedings, Vol. 48 No. 10, pp. 233-240. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb051431
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