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Title: THE CONTRIBUTION OF LIBRARIES TOWARDS MASS LITERACY FOR ALL NIGERIANS
Authors: DAUDU, H.M
Keywords: THE CONTRIBUTION OF LIBRARIES,
MASS LITERACY FOR ALL NIGERIANS,
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: ZARIA JOURNAL OF LIBRARIANSHIP
Abstract: The desire for mass literacy, suggest the existence of illiteracy in (he society. Once a society becomes conscious of it's educational gap, it usually tries to fill this gap in the shortest possible time and always in the most inexpensive way(s). The paper suggests short: and inexpensive ways of fighting illiteracy in Nigeria. Nigeria's contacts with the outside world and the effects of rapid social changes upon her over the years seem to have helped to make her realize her education gap. The paper, further, examines what Nigeria is currently doing having realized her educational shortfalls, and suggests ways of bridging the educational gap.
Description: Zaria journal of librarianship Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12201
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