Sanche Simon

B.A, M.A (Information Studies)


The mission of the Dr. Hilla Limann Technical University Library is to provide comprehensive Academic Library services that will assist in cultivating a life-long reading habit among the University community with the objective of ensuring the development of the University Student’s social and intellectual capabilities and a creation of well-informed University graduates that should leave the University as job creators and not job seekers.


The Dr. Hilla Limann Technical University Library was established in January 2001 with an initial stock of 345 textbooks at the old district office of the Ghana Education Service. Since then, it has only been moving from one temporal location to another. Currently the library is located in an ultra-modern edifice on the university campus and has maintained a consistent growth in collection to about 5000 textbooks covering all courses that are run by the University. The library opens on Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:00am to 4:30pm.


Our vision is to have a well-established library with all the necessary library materials both in print and electronic formats so that required information and library services that will support teaching, research and learning are provided.

Core Values

  • Access

Faculty, students, and administrative staff should have easy, equal access to all information resources offered directly or indirectly by the library, regardless of technology, format, or means of delivery.

  • Confidentiality/Privacy

Intellectual freedom and the ethics and practice of librarianship both depend on maintaining user privacy and confidentiality. The DHLTU Library id therefore committed to that.

  • Diversity

We value diversity in our country and work to mirror it by providing a diverse range of resources and services to the university we serve.

  • Staff development and professional growth

We are devoted to identifying and nurturing the potential of every employee, including student employees, since we believe that every staff member has a part to play in achieving the Library’s purpose.

  • Engaged learning.

The library is an educational partner that actively mentors and supports students as they engage in scholarly activities, improve their information literacy, sharpen their analytical skills, and achieve academic success. We involve the campus community and the larger community in a continuous learning process through creating, using, and sharing information for societal advancement.

Core Values

We are committed to principles of equity and inclusive excellence in all that we do. These values guide our work in the Department.

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  • To take efforts to increase students’ interest in reading and research
  • To enrich the collection of libraries
  • To conduct live sessions for patron education
  • To start interactive games and puzzles for our patrons
  • To make use of open-source tools for online education
  • To create a Digital Information Centre
  • To generate resources through external membership and information services
  • To take membership of more libraries and share their resources.


Sanche Simon

B.A, M.A (Information Studies)

B.Com Human Resource Mgt.

Martha Kwakwa Wiafe

HND (Accountancy)