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Providing essential Library and Information Service to the Users

Library does not mean merely a collection of books. It is a learned institution equipped with treasures of knowledge maintained, organized, and managed by trained personnel’s to educate the children, men and women continuously and assist in their self-improvement through an effective and prompt dissemination of information embodied in the resources. Libraries are regarded as agencies through which sources of information of accumulated knowledge and experiences are selected, acquired, organized, preserved and disseminated to those who need them. Libraries are essential tools in learning at any level.

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FUOYE Students Enjoying more Agricultural Products

At Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), Agricultural Science is given a pride of place. The focus on the course is not just because it is one of the pioneer faculties in the university but because of its strategic place in the Oye/lkole axis of Ekiti State. The location of the Faculty at lkole is therefore instructive. The faculty of Agriculture at Ikole used to house the former offices of the old Ondo State and now Ekiti State Agricultural Development Project (ADP). If one suggests that the FUOYE Faculty of Agriculture draws from a rich tradition which predates the establishment of the university, it will not be far from the truth. Popular opinion at the Faculty runs thus: we are the most important faculty in this University and the faculty is as old as the university.

 

 

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Importance of Medication Adherence

Mr . Mann falls ill with malaria. He visits his healthcare professional and is given anti-malarial drugs with the appropriate advice on how to use the drugs for three days. He goes home and takes his drugs as instructed the first day. However, on the second day he takes the morning dose and by midday actually feeling much better, decides to stop taking the drugs altogether.

Two weeks later, he begins to feel ill again and returns to his doctor who, because there are not many drugs currently available for the treatment of malaria, prescribes the same drugs for him again with the same instructions. He obtains the drugs from the Pharmacy, goes home and, as at the first, takes his drugs as instructed on the first day. The second day he feels stronger and again dumps his drug.

 

 

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