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Sunday, 9 December 2012

LIBRARY IS THE HAVEN FOR LEARNING, TEACHING AND RESEARCH, DISCUSS.

This question is for students offering Use of Library and Study Skills, BSc/ICAN conversion at Babcock University, Nigeria.

Thursday, 22 March 2012

ADVOCATING FOR PROVISION OF INFORMATION RESOURCES TO PRISON INMATES

There is urgent need for information professionals to reach out to the prison inmates who are awaiting trials and perhaps have been convicted through the provision of information resources that will impact their lives while serving their terms.

What strategy should be taken to achieve this initiative?    Please post a comment!

SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDENTS HOME AND ABROAD

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Sunday, 26 February 2012

Questia Free Books

Reading is very important, because it promote the reader's ability to expand his/her horizon. It also enhance the individual's knowledge in the interested area. Questia is an online library that makes her books accessible to majority of readers world wide. The link here was picked from Questia giving access to 15 free books on Politics http://www.questianewsletter.com/freebooks/default-global-politics.htm?utm_source=qta_readingroom&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=feb2012newsletter
Credit to Questia Trusted Online Library.

Sunday, 29 January 2012

Its time to change things


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You can change things - we already have. By advocating for policies, both on campus and nationally, that require the results of research be made openly available and educating those on your campus about the importance of widening access to research results, you can make a real difference in ensuring students, doctors, researchers, and others aren't locked out of the research they need - Learn more about the problem. After all, though we're students today, we're tomorrow's researchers, professors, doctors, professionals, and leaders - it's up to us to make sure that what should be knowledge for all isn't locked up for the gains of a few. Learn more about the solution.
Moves to ensure Open Access are taking hold among research funders, campuses, individuals, and student organizations. Here’s a quick overview of those areas, plus how the Coalition is helping, and where student action is needed now. Just remember, you have lots of choices about how to help and how committed you’d like to be.

For more information and participation, log on to http://www.righttoresearch.org/act/index.shtml