TCU Exhibition
During TCU exhibition held at Karimjee on 20-22 July 2016
SNAL
Sokoine National Agricultural Library
ABCD Training workshop
ABCD Training workshop continue at SNAL Computer laboratory from 6th to 10th July 2015. It is facilitated by Prof. Egbert de Smert from Universiteit Antwerpen of Belgium. Participants are from following universities libraries: SUA, IRDP - Dodoma, Mzumbe, Nelson Mandela - Arusha, Mweka, Jordan and Muslim University of Morogoro.
SNAL hosts workshop on organization structure
Prospective external stake holders and some of the SNAL staff members
TaCCIRe Workshop
Stakeholders workshop on communicating research output through climate change repository -TaCCIRe under CCIAM programme at SUA.
Dodoma study tour
Our 2015/2016 1st year and some of the 2015/2016 2nd year Diploma students at the Dodoma National Records Centre
LibHub Training Workshop
LibHub training workshop at SNAL, Salam Baker Shanawa from Sempertool, Denmark and Kamran Nain from California facilitating. Participants are from MUHAS - Dsm, Mzumbe University - Morogoro, St. Augustine - Mwanza, IFM - Dsm and SUA, SNAL Morogoro attend.
LibHub Training Workshop
LibHub training workshop continuing at SNAL.
SNAL hosts workshop on organization structure
Prospective external stake holders and some of the SNAL staff members
Dodoma study tour
Our 2015/2016 1st year and some of the 2015/2016 2nd year Diploma students, a long with them are two of SNAL academic staff members; Ms. Annajoyce and Mr. Msungu.
Dodoma study tour
Our diploma students in Dodoma during their study visit, exchanging ideas with one of the Dodoma National Records Centre employee

Mugyabuso J. F. Lwehabura is an Associate Library Professor at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA). Since 2009, He has served as Deputy Director of Sokoine National Agricultural Library (SNAL). Prof. Lwehabura holds a PhD  in Information Studies from University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, a Master degree in Librarianship from University of Sheffield and a Bachelor of Arts degree (BA Ed.) from University of Dar-es-Salaam. In his capacity as a teacher, Professor Lwehabura has taught in a number of Teacher’s Training Colleges and Secondary schools in Tanzania. His teaching and research areas includes information literacy, library administration, e-resources, ethical issues in information management, records management. Professor Lwehabura has authored a number of academic articles.

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