Olubiyi Adenike Olufunmilola, Babalola Bayowa Teniola, Sunday Emmanuel Fadugba


This study examines perceptions of university library usage in considering factors that influence achievement of students and academic performance. A thorough review of relevant literature examined approaches to determining user satisfaction of students and factors that influence library usage. Data was gotten from students in three different tertiary institutions in Ekiti State, Nigeria. The result shows that the use of library has positive effect on the academic performance of students.

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