UCC Extends E-Library Services to Health Training Institutions

The University of Cape Coast is granting access to its e-library and e-resources to health training institutions in the country.

To this end, the University through the Institutional Affiliation Office and the Sam Jonah Library held a forum with Principals and Librarians from health training institutions (HTIs) across the country to discuss implementation of the project.

The representative of the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Kwame Osei Kwarteng, noted that the intervention was to ensure that the HTIs have access to high quality scholarly resources to enhance academic work and equip their librarians, staff and students with the necessary skills required to make effective use of the e-library and e-resources.

Prof. Kwarteng, who is the Provost of the College of Humanities and Legal Studies, indicated that the University of Cape Coast would continue to support the HTIs to enhance academic work in their respective institutions. 

Present at the function were the University Librarian, Dr. Mac-Anthony Cobblah; Chairman of Committee on Institutional Affiliation-UCC and Head of Health Training Institutions Unit, Prof. Edward Marfo-Yiadom; President, Conference of Heads of Health Training Institutions (COHHETI), Mr. Felix Nyante; Margaret Mary Alacoque Dapilah and Head of Institutional Affiliation Office-UCC, Dr. Justice K. G. A. Boateng.

Source: Documentation and Information Section-UCC