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National Library to take service to IDPs, inmates

The National Library of Nigeria says it will take its services to internally displaced persons, correctional centres’ inmates and those in remote areas. Its Chief…

The National Library of Nigeria says it will take its services to internally displaced persons, correctional centres’ inmates and those in remote areas.

Its Chief Executive Officer, Prof. Chinwe Veronica Anunobi, stated this during her inaugural press conference in Abuja on Wednesday.

She said by way of encouraging readership in schools, her administration would collaborate with Unity schools in order to facilitate the establishment and management of school libraries.

Anunobi said the NLN would digitalize its collections to preserve them and make it available to the public in an easier to access mode.

She said: “My administration wants to leverage information technology and make things more convenient for the public. By this, it’ll no longer be necessary for them to physically visit our branches before accessing our materials.

“All they’ll need is access points (computer and internet) from where the services of the National Library will be accessible to them.”

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