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Title: The Place of Library in the Development of the Nigerian Child
Authors: Dakur, M.B.
Gupiyem, G.G.
Adah, J.E.
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Journal of Educational Studies
Series/Report no.: Vol.11;No.1; Pp 233-238
Abstract: In this modern world, information is becoming an increasingly vital tool for development; in fact, it is a crucial component of life. Wherever one turns to, there is the clarion call to mobilize the people especially in developing countries like Nigeria in the field of social, political, religious, education and cultural development. However, the Nigerian child is not an exception in this mobilization struggle. The paper attempts to highlight the role of library in the development of the child and functions of the librarian. The changing role of libraries and librarians in developing the Nigerian child highlighted. In conclusion, suggestions for the improvement of the Nigerian child via library development are proffered.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2074
ISSN: 1595-4668
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