Tanzania Institute Education (TIE) Library
The Library section in Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) is an essential organ to the Institute for curriculum experts, researchers and those interested in eduation. It has a variety of publications such as reference reserve materials including encyclopedias, dictionaries and atlases. Books for education, psychology, management and administration, english literature, arts and recreation, secondary school books such as physics, mathematics, history, geography, documents on environment, books for children, kiswahili literature, documents on HIV/AIDS, journals, newsletters etc.
In addition to that, there are reports on various subjects, curriculum documents such as syllabuses, handbooks and guides for teachers in primary and secondary schools. Newspapers like daily news, the Guardian, Nipashe, Uhuru, Mzalendo, Mwananchi, Majira, Mtanzania, The Citizen and Rai are also available to provide current news for different issues on daily bases.Furthermore, the library provides access to both printed and electronic information resources such as electronic journals and books. It maintains a collection of more than 1,000 titles of printed and a number of electronic journal databases.
A portion of collection in the TIE library
This site provides review journals of educational research
This site has research publications journals
This site provides access to over 250 full-text journals in Science, Technology and in Social Science and Humanities.
This site has prominent journals in Physics and related disciplines.
The library uses inhouse developed system known as TIE Library Information Management System (TIE-LIS) for circulation as well as cataloguing, the system also serves as an online catalogue to help users know materials currently available in the library. Local users can acces TIE library online catalogue by Click here.
One of library staff working at issue desk
The library also provides information services to library users within and outside the Institute. These services include: lending of library materials in particular to TIE staff, document delivery services, traditional and electronic references services, Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI) and Current Awareness Services (CAS). Other services provided by the library include provision of information on anticipation and computer training for library users.
Working Days and Opening Hours:
The Library operates week days from Monday to Friday, starting from 9:00am to 4:00 pm but remains closed on Saturday, Sunday and on public holidays.
Library Rules and Regulations
The Library provides conducive and silent environment for comfortable studying. For that matter, there are stipulated rules and regulations to observe while a person is in the library. The rules and regulations are as follows:
Users reading books and other publications available in the Library
Welcome to use relevant information in order to flourish the intended goals of the Institute.
|Last Updated on Friday, 04 November 2016 08:30|