Comfort Asare


Comfort Asare, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with History and Master of Arts in Librarianship from the University of Ghana; Masters in Information Technology from the University of Pretoria, South Africa and a Certificate in Paralegal Studies. She is the Assistant Librarian at the Wisconsin International University College with fifteen years working experience in the field of librarianship. She has participated in a number of international and local conferences.
She was the Secretary of the Ghana Library Association between 2012-2016. Currently, she is the National Vice President of the Ghana Library Association. She is a Ghanaian.

Asare, Comfort A.B. (2012). Collection Management in Academic Libraries: The case of the Balme Library of the University of Ghana, Legon. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Adu, Theresa L. & Asare, Comfort (2015). Delivering Satisfaction and Service Quality: An Assessment of the Wisconsin International University College Library. Poster Presentation at the 1st AfLIA Conference and Third African Library Summit held from 30th May – 2nd June 2015 at GIMPA Executive Conference Centre, Ghana.