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|Title:||USING THE NON-CONVENTIONAL SCHOOL LIBRARY TO INTRODUCE SCHOOL CHILDREN TO LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICE|
|Keywords:||USING THE NON-CONVENTIONAL SCHOOL LIBRARY,|
INTRODUCE SCHOOL CHILDREN TO LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICE,
|Abstract:||In most parts of the world, including Nigeria, the library has become recognized as a crucial agent in the provision of educational facilities. This has been manifested in some parts through statutory declarations. In many countries, there are National Libraries as well as school libraries that have emerged as a result of the countries statutory declarations. Historically, the influence of libraries over education has been so glaring that they should become compulsory element of formal education in many societies. In developed societies, it has become inconceivable to think of a school that has no library facilities. In Fact such societies don t only have school libraries but specialized libraries side by side with general libraries that could also be useful to the school children.|
|Description:||JOURNAL OF THE NIGERIAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION|
|Appears in Collections:||Preprint Journal Articles|
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