AIFCE

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AIFCEAmerican Institute for Christian Education (Houston, TX)
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Table 4: Ways user education has improved library use S/N ITEMS ASCETA AIFCE SA A D SD M D SA A D SD 1 Turned me into a 83 37 1 5 3.59 A 44 84 12 - regular lib.
The Table revealed the factors that impede user education in ASCETA and AIFCE, as well as their degrees of acceptance.
Table 5: Impediments to user education S/N ITEMS ASCETA AIFCE SA A D SD M D SA A D 1 Lack 50 40 36 - 3.11 A 33 12 11 of/inadequate fund 2 Inadequate 52 36 8 30 2.87 A 12 30 56 professional libns.
The data presented in Table 6 revealed that it is generally accepted that the user education programme of ASCETA and AIFCE can be improved through the following ways: provision of fund, use of audio-visuals to make the programme more interesting, the use of teaching methods that make the skill simple to understand and adopt, provision of bibliographic instruction, introduction of "use of books and library" as a compulsory course, allotting more time to user education in the time table, aggressive user education programme for the students, training of students on the use of modern facilities e.g.
Table 6: Ways to improve user education S/N ITEMS ASCETA AIFCE SA A D SD M D SA A D SD 1 Provision of 95 18 2 11 3.56 A 64 54 14 8 fund 2 Use of 68 39 7 12 3.29 A 78 44 16 2 audio-visuals 3 Easy to 72 28 13 13 3.26 A 33 82 14 11 understand teaching methods 4 Provision of 37 58 10 21 2.88 A 67 46 17 10 bibliographic instruction 5 Introduction of 54 42 18 12 3.10 A 55 29 20 36 "use of books & library" 6 Allotting more 50 46 19 11 3.07 A 54 61 18 7 time to user education 7 Aggressive user 51 38 22 15 2.99 A 48 64 10 18 education programme 8 Training stds.
The hypothesis states that "there is no significant relationship between user education programmes in ASCETA and AIFCE and library use by their library users".
Data analysis revealed that the null hypothesis which stated that there is no significant relationship between user education programmes in ASCETA and AIFCE and library use by their library users was rejected.
However, the college librarian of AIFCE has a different view.