Research & Publications: 

  1. 2015- Information access by medical teaching staff: an overview of the Faculty of Health Sciences Library, Egerton University by Anne Nakhumicha Tenya, Dr. Elisha Ondieki Makori & Dr. Festus Ng’etich. Maktaba: Journal of the Kenya Library Association, 4(2), 68-76
  2. 2015 – Integration of E-Learning in Secondary Schools in Kenya: a case of Njoro Sub-County, Nakuru County, Kenya by Anne Nakhumicha Tenya & Moses Mong’are Gekara. Journal of the Kenya Library Association, 4(2), 117-128
  3. 2015 – Information Literacy Effects on Students: a case of Medical Students in the Faculty of Health Sciences, Egerton University by Anne Nakhumicha Tenya & Moses Mong’are Gekara. Journal of the Kenya Library Association, 4(1), 95-107
  4. 2015 – Role of the Library in Promoting Household Food Security Through Management of Agricultural Indigenous Knowledge: a case of the Rural Community in Bungoma County, Western Kenya by Anne Nakhumicha Tenya. Journal of the Kenya Library Association, 4(1), 109-118
  5. 2014- Information Needs and Seeking Behaviour of Medical Teaching Staff of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Egerton University, Kenya, Master’s Thesis, Kisii University
  6. 2013 - Provision of Consumer Health Information: a case of Kenya Medical Training College and Provincial General Hospital, Nakuru Municipality, Kenya. By Jotham Wasike & Anne Nakhumicha Tenya. International Journal of Library and Information Science, 5(5), 140-146
  7. 2013-Enhancing National Security through Information: Role of Public Libraries. By Moses Mong’are Gekara & Anne Nakhumicha Tenya. Maktaba: Journal of the Kenya Library Association, 3, 37- 44
  8. 2013-Factors Influencing Access and Utilization of Electronic Resources: a comparative study of the National Intelligence Academy Library and Nakuru Town Campus College Library, Egerton University. By Anne Nakhumicha Tenya & Moses Mong’are Gekara. Maktaba: Journal of the Kenya Library Association, 3, 95-103

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