About LinkUp: Librarianship & Information Technology e-Newsletter

About Link–Up

Link-Up is an informal forum for communication & exchange of ideas, skills, and knowledge. Link-Up plays a role as an information retrieval and dissemination channel to reach out to wider audiences through online platforms.

Everybody’s who are willing & interested to view out your ideas in the areas of your interest are asked to get in touch.

As always Link-Up welcomes not only articles about the library & information field from readers/recipients of Link at home & around the world but also articles about diverse fields of your interest and topic areas.

Please send to Link-Up articles & ideas to fulfill the role of Link-Up as a knowledge-sharing forum for all by sharing your Knowledge & experience via Link.

I would like to remind readers that Link-Up is a networking newsletter, and depends on its readership for news items, research articles, and information to publish. Please inform or send me through awassa2001@gmail.com OR<mwlibrarian@hu.edu.et items you want to be made public on Link-Up.

Special Points of Interest:

*Raising awareness among library professionals and library users: students, academia & researchers through disseminating information within Hawassa University and beyond through Current Awareness Service i.e. Informing them latest information through ideas and experience exchange.

*Promoting 21st-century Library & Information Services & the role of libraries.

*Promoting reading habits & culture.


I would like to express my sincere thanks to Tesfaye Bayou (Assistant Professor) Lecturer, Department of  Informatics at Hawassa University. I am extremely grateful and indebted to him for his expert, sincere, and valuable guidance and encouragement extended to me.

I place on record, my sincere gratitude to Allah Dekama (PhD), Lecturer at Hawassa University for his assistance and constant encouragement.

I place on record, my sincere gratitude to Mr.  Abdallah Hussen, HU Digital Library Expert, for sharing me ideas &  his knowledge in the area of  ICT without any hesitation kindly.

I also place on record, my sense of gratitude to one and all who, directly or indirectly, have lent their helping hand in the process of starting to publish Link -Up Library Newsletter during August 2016.

Do you want 

Link-Up Library e-Newsletter

To continue as a Network


Hawassa University Libraries Development?

I Seek your participation to: Send me research articles. The subject matter that appears in this library newsletter can include stories that focus on current technologies & innovations in your field. You can write about a variety of topics but try to keep your articles short.

This voluntary involvement will develop your professional & academic experience & give you opportunities to involve in national & international networking and expand your experience to reach out to your target audiences.

I hope that this Librarianship & Information Technology e-Newsletter can be not only a great promotional tool to promote the library profession but also create credibility and build Hawassa University identity among peer institutions, employees, customers, and community.

Link- Up began to be published in August 2016  both in electronic and print at least quarterly, so that it’s considered a consistent source of information that library staff & customers (students, academics & administrative staff, and researchers) will look forward to its arrival.

I am very pleased to hear your comment and feedback. Please email me through our editorial address or leave your comment on this blog post.

Link_Up is open to publishing all your articles and messages in the language you have sent to link-Up (multilingually)

  • If you want to read or access previous or older issues of Link-Up e-Newsletter CLICK HERE


Mulugeta W/Tsadik, Librarian@Hawassa University, Ethiopia

Author: 21st Century Library & Information Technology Network [Information & Knowledge Dissemination Platform By Mulugeta Woldetsadik, Librarian/Information Professional at Hawassa University, Ethiopia]

Mulugeta Woldetsadik, Librarian/Information Professional @ Hawassa University, , Sidama Region, Ethiopia

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