Library

Introduction
The University Library was established in the 2001/2002 academic session. Presently the Niger Delta University Library is housed in a state of the art building and has the capacity to seat two thousand (2,000) students. The library collection stand at ninety seven thousand five hundred and fifty (97,550.00).
In addition to the Main Library the University has College of Health Sciences and nine (9) faculty libraries.
Vision
To promote excellent information delivery service
Mision
To promote a culture of broad inquiry and support the university’s mission through discovery, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge and creative expression for the benefit of the university community and social cultural and economic well-being of mankind.
Library Services
Internet services
The NDU Library provides free internet services to all its community members. The Internet Service can be accessed from within the Library complex.Reader services
The Reader Services serves the University community, alongside researchers and the general public. All readers are welcome to consult Library materials in the reading room, during our regular opening hours.Current Awareness Services (CAS)
The aim of the Current-Awareness Service is to inform our users about new acquisitions and collections in the Niger Delta University Library. The Current Awareness Service is run through a variety of our platfroms like Billboards, Notices and our Social Media presence.Bindery and Reprography Services
The following services are offered in the Reprographic Services Unit of Niger Delta University Library. Printing, Photocopying, Laminating and Scanning. The Bindery services include repairs of old and worn out books, binding of theses, projects and dissertations.
Units in Library
S/N Units Function(s)
1. Readers Service
  1. Dissemination of information materials
  2. Charging and discharging of information Materials
  3. Shelving and shelf reading of books
  4. User guide instructions
2. Technical Service
  1. Giving basic identification of information material
  2. Reference Access to reference materials Research assistance
  3. Collection Development Acquisition of information materials
    • Serial 1. Access to periodicals, journals,
      2. Manuscript and newspapers
      3. Indexing and abstracting of Information materials
    • System Unit 1. Access to e-resources/databases,
      2. Internet access

Administration

Dr. (Mrs) Joyce C.Oyadonghan – University librarian

 

S/N Heads Units
1. Fyneman Biokuromoye Readers Service
2. Ogboru-Asaba Joy O. Technical Service
3. Mrs Dorothy Orianzi Reference
4. Dr. Pereware A. Tiemo College of health science ( CHS ) library
5. Barrister Victor O. Idiedo Law library

In addition to the units in the main library we have eight (8) faculty libraries.

Library Staff
Dr (MRS) Joyce C. Oyadonghan

Ag Libarian

joyceoyan@yahoo.com

Nicholas, Dekpen A
Senior Librarian
Batubo, Nelly D. B. (Mrs)
Senior Librarian
Idiedo, Victor O. (Barr.)
Librarian I
Fyneman,
Biokuromoye

Librarian I
Okokuro, Aderonke B. F. (Mrs)
Librarian I
Ateboh, Benedict
Librarian II
Enaikpoemi, Bedford C.
Librarian II
(Systems Librarian)
enaikpoemi@gmail.com
Kakiri, Flint I.  
Librarian II
Asaba, Joy O. 
Librarian II
Ebhomeya, Loveth
Assistant Librarian
Zuokemefa, Timi
Librarian Assistant
Karikarisei, Harold I.
Assistant Librarian

Godwin Sunday

Assistant Librarian

Resources

SN Resources
1 Print and Non-print Materials
2 Electronic Databases
3 E-learning Facilities
4 Research4Life
5 Conference Room
6 Reference Materials

Library Services
Main Library
Niger Delta University,
PMB 007,
Wilberforce Island,
Bayelsa State, Nigeria.
Email: ndulibrary@mail.ndu,edu.ng