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Volume 4, Number 1 (2018)


Volume 1, Number 8 (2014)


Volume 1, Number 7 (2014)

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Article of the Day

All pervasive information technology (e-world) has affected significantly the rendering of
library and information services, but adoption of IT to Library services has not been smooth
In addition to professional knowledge, librarianship is expected to have some knowledge in
the areas of management, foreign languages, statistics, computers, etc. New professionals of
electronic information-world of 21st century need to have not only knowledge and skill in the
areas of information technology but also matching ‘will’ to carryout the services in the new
media and means. Any significant gap between knowledge and corresponding skills required
is dangerous. The paper cites various levels of skills required by US professionals and
highlight skills starting from computer literacy to electronic publishing and marketing. SAKA GANIYU ABIODUN, OMOLOLA ELIZABETH ASUQUO

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