KULLIYYAH OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

KULLIYYAH OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

Hamzah Fansuri Resource Centre

Hamzah Fansuri Resource Centre



Hamzah Fanzuri Resource Centre


MISSIONS
  • To contribute to the improvement and upgrading the quality of ICT teaching and learning by making information resources easily available for reading, reference, and research.
  • To promote the use of KICT and IIUM publications.
  • To develop a conducive environment for continuous learning among KICT academicians, students as well as administrative staff.


OPENING HOURS
  • Opening hours of the KICT Resource Centre are as follow:


Monday - Thursday Friday Lunch Break
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (CLOSED)


COLLECTIONS
  • Monographs
  • Journals/Magazines
  • Thesis/Dissertation
  • Final Year Project
  • End-of-Semester Examination Papers
  • Course Outline
  • Conference Papers
  • Faculty Publication


LOAN PRIVILEGES
  • All materials in the KICT-RC are to be used for REFERENCE only.
  • Users are not allowed to borrow any item.


FACILITIES
  • OPAC
  • Reading Area
  • Discussion Room
  • Photocopy Machine
  • Lockers


ADDRESS

Hamzah Fansuri Resource Centre
Block A, Level 1,
Kulliyyah of Information & Communication Technology,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
53100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Phone: +603-6421 3596
Email: kict_rc@iium.edu.my



Resource Centre Coordinator


Asst. Prof. Dr. Sharifah Nur Amirah Sarif Abdullah

(shnuramirah@iium.edu.my)




Message from The Coordinator of Resource Centre


ٱلسَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ ٱللَّٰهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ

Welcome to Hamzah Fansuri Resource Centre, KICT.

As the hosting for information resources, the KICT Resource Centre is a place to introduce, reinforce and expand student learning activities. The functions of the KICT Resource Centre are to support the educational process and provide appropriate learning resources to the KICT community. Various programs have been conducted to inculcate the reading and sharing knowledge activities that are relevant to the Resource Centre. This is aligned with some programmes Read@Uni or world reading culture and encourage the culture of Iqra’ at KICT as part of IIUM philosophy. 

It consists of sharing session activities like book review and book talk. There is also storytelling, writing for fiction books, and other activities that could be conducted in future. For future activities, collaborative efforts can be initiated with IIUM Darul Hikmah Library, IIUM Press, CITRA or external organisations such as National Library of Malaysia, DBP, or publisher industries. It is hope that all the planning and activities conducted by KICT Resource Centre can instil the synergy for co-learning and co-creating among the IIUM communities and industries that share common values and concepts for knowledge sharing.