Deanship of Library Affairs

Learning Resources

شعار جامعة القصيم



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Learning resources including libraries and provisions for access to electronic and other reference material must be planned to meet the particular requirements of the institution’s programs and provided at an adequate level.  Library and associated IT facilities must be accessible at the times required to support independent learning with assistance provided to find materials required.  Facilities must be provided for individual and group study in an environment conducive to effective investigations and research.  The services are evaluated and improved in response to systematic feedback from teaching staff and students.
Explanatory Note about Provision of Learning Resources within Qassim University
Qassim University provides many learning resources such as libraries, language laboratories, computer labs, specialized laboratories, electronic databases, and wired and wireless Internet in order to achieve quality in the educational process and raise the efficiency of scientific research and the delivery of social services, in line with the strategic Mission and Objectives of the University.
Qassim University has five major libraries: the Central Library, the Library for the College of Sharia and Islamic Studies and the College of Arabic and Social Studies, the Library of Academic Center of University Studies for Girls, the libraries of the Colleges of Education for Girls that are affiliated to the University, and the libraries of the Community Colleges. The management of these libraries is conducted through the Deanship of Library Affairs, which is one of the support deanships at the University. It is in charge of serving students, faculty members, and the community, and of securing electronic and other references for the libraries and providing locations for students who wish to review their lectures privately or collectively in an academically stimulating environment. The Deanship’s evaluation of these services is based on student and faculty feedback for improvement.