Information Services is working as the center of information for Riphah community. The department aims to provide most dynamic learning and research environment to the users. Information Services fulfills the information needs of the faculty and students, by providing traditional library services as well as streamlines access to a wide range of e-resources. The library has a sufficient collection of books, journals and magazines both in print and digital format. The libraries are managed by qualified and experienced information professionals dedicated to provide high quality innovative services. The department educates the users by conducting semester wise information literacy classes on regular basis to strengthen the skills of students in the field of research. In order to enhance their learning capacity, information advisors emphasize on searching and study skills as well.
To achieve desirable results, the Library will ensure that its collections remain forward-looking, diverse in breadth and form, open to browsing, and focus on user satisfaction. To serve future users, the Library preserves information across all formats and ensures effective storage and delivery systems. The Library continues to embrace change and align itself to thrive on diversity, to support professional growth and reward flexibility and innovation.
Information Services is providing excellent services and facilities to fulfill the information needs of its users. The library has a sufficient collection of books, journals as well in print and digital format. The library is managed by qualified and experienced staff, dedicated to provide high quality innovative services. Its culture of trust, tolerance, sharing and self servicing makes it a unique library in the world of academia.
To extend the range of clinical optometry practice introduced, with the aim of complementing of low vision care and its different aspects according to our country requirement. Low vision services are becoming existent and tertiary level and it will be good learning area for the students, and to build their carrier as Low Vision Practioner.
1. Epidemiology of Low Vision – Definitions and Global Situation
2. Causes of Low Vision
3. Patients History & Interview – Assessment tests
4. Low Vision Assessment
5. Essentials Supplementary tests – Color Vision, Visual Fields
6. Visual Acuity
8. Low Vision Devices – Types
10. Optical Devices for distance use – Telescopes & Filters
11. Optical Devices for near use – Magnifiers and their calculation
12. Electronic &High-tech Low Vision Devices
13. Low Vision Enhancement system – Video Presentation
14. How to use Low Vision Devices
15. Environmental Modifications – Special considerations
16. Visual Training
17. Low Vision Service Other Aspects of rehabilitation
18. Motivation and client’s behavior
19. Complication and side effects
20. Services for the Blind
21. Orientation and Mobility Training
23. Practical Training of LV Management Case Studies
24. Practical Training of LV Management Case Studies of the Blind Patients