The Library is honoured to receive a personal collection from alumnus, Tun Musa Hitam on Friday 17th May 2019. Tun Musa was the Deputy Prime Minister circa 1981 – 1986. The donation would certainly make a significant impact in the … Continue reading
Khairul Abdullah, satu nama yang tidak asing lagi bagi mereka yang meminati buku bercorak alternatif yang mana corak penulisannya kalau dilihat bersifat lebih telus dan jujur terutama dari segi penggunaan bahasa dan idea. Buku genre sebegini kian mendapat tempat di … Continue reading
An interesting novel which narrates about culinary passionately – which coincidently, is not an ordinary theme in the local literature. It tells the story from Nuha’s account, the leading lady, a determined and enthusiastic girl who sets out to become … Continue reading
The library organised a book talk with KOMRAD BUKU on 5th October 2016 to promote a book titled “Mentaliti Jamban” by Khairul Abdullah. A blogger who travels and is passionate about photography, Khairil provides an insight into the overall aspect … Continue reading
Kuala Lumpur mencapai status bandar raya pada tahun 1972, menjadikannya penempatan pertama di Malaysia yang dikurniakan status itu sejak mencapai kemerdekaan. Pada 1 Februari 1974, Kuala Lumpur menjadi Wilayah Persekutuan, lalu menyerahkan status ibu negeri Selangor kepada Shah Alam pada tahun 1978. Pada 14 Mei 1990, Kuala … Continue reading
Our Pro-Chancellor, Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Diraja Ramli Ngah Talib, paid us a surprise visit on 17 November 2015. He came over to donate four books that he wrote namely: 1. Tuan Yang Di-Pertua 2. Mr. Speaker, Sir 3. Pasir … Continue reading
Every time we touch a book we either help to preserve it or help destroy it. The way material is handled is among the main threats to library materials. How do we handle these items does make a difference. Everyone … Continue reading
University of Malaya Library spends more than ten million ringgit annually in maintaining and developing library collection. Out of which 1.5 million is allocated for print materials. Annual growth and rise in purchasing cost is tremendous, however is not reflected in the increase in loans. In contrary, circulation rate of print collection is low and declining. Therefore, the return on investment (ROI) is unjustifiable.
The Library conducts annual user survey to gather feedback from users for the improvement of the library. One of the common feedbacks received is related to collection; “shortage of library collection – both electronic and print collection” and “print collections is not up to date”!! It shows that there is a need for library collection. BUT, Why it doesn’t reflect in the loan rate?
Many of you may have noticed that as of mid last year, the University of Malaya Library has started using a new library catalog for its collection. Continue reading
`Hilang bahasa kêrana mas, hilang budi kêrana miskin.` This post is part of Blog Action Day 08 – Poverty Continue reading