3 edition of Librarians in Ghana found in the catalog.
Librarians in Ghana
Anaba A. Alemna
|Statement||Anaba A. Alemna.|
|LC Classifications||Z720.A46 G533 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||95237817|
Madam Samantha Thomas-Chuula, the Head of Programmes at Book Aid International, said the organisation is pleased to support the launch of the first pilot project in Ghana. She said Book Aid International runs projects builds the capacity of librarians and teachers to support people and communities as they access books and read. Book Club Choices are featured in the United for Libraries newsletter, The Voice, which is sent to United for Libraries members. Featured books are published by United .
The Ghana Library Journal pertains to the practice and research in librarianship in Ghana, including bibliographic articles, current bibliographies and articles on comparative librarianship. Book Reviews and Short Communications are welcome. SCHOOL LIBRARIES IN GHANA professional librarians. Even in the countries where these courses exist, they are out of reach of the would-be librarians now engaged in school library work. The situation could be solved if the government of Ghana would provide special scholarships to teachers interested in school librarianship to pursue the by: 9.
Ghana Upper East librarians book reading group: Akata Witch by Nnedi Okorafor This past week the librarians started reading and discussing Akata Witch by Nnedi Okorafor. Here’s some of their summary of the first part of the novel. professional librarians from taking up appointment in public university libraries. Thus, it is extremely important to study the nature of these challenges in order to provide solutions to them as it pertains to professional librarians in public universities in Ghana. It isAuthor: P.S. Dadzie, T. Fiawotoafor, M. Adams.
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Books for Africa Library Project has shipped overbooks to Ghana, and set up 64 libraries in rural areas. Local people were trained as librarians, and each library was set up to be managed by a local Board of Trustees.
The Ghana Library Authority has ended its first ever nationwide training programme for Senior High School Librarians in Tamale. This training forms part of the School Libraries Transformation Programme, an initiative of the Ghana Library Authority with support from the Ministry of Education to ensure that school libraries are well equipped to.
EResource Librarians Ghana, Accra, Ghana. 58 likes. Group of Librarians responsible for managing the electronic resources of their respective universitiesFollowers: Ghana Library, Book Aid mark International Literacy Day.
Ghana Library Authority in collaboration with Book Aid International has marked International Literacy Day in Koforidua in the Eastern Region, to highlight the country's progress in public and school library development.
Ayoung et al: Disaster preparedness of libraries: Insights from polytechnic librarians in Ghana 7 at Brunel University London on June 1, Downloaded from Further more, it is i.
The African Library and Information Associations & Institutions (AfLIA) and the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit behind Wikipedia, have partnered through a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on training African librarians to use and contribute to Wikipedia through webinars, trainings, Librarians in Ghana book a pre-conference session at the AfLIA Conference in Accra, Ghana.
Following the emergence of the digital paradigm, particularly e-library, librarians in the country’s universities, book sellers and publishing agents have met at the Kwame Nkrumah University of.
Country context Ghana gained independence from Britain inbecoming the first sub-Saharan nation to break free from colonial rule. The country has seen rapid growth in recent years and has reduced its poverty rate from % to % between and However, not everyone is benefiting from this growth, with poverty concentrated in.
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The 18th Ghana International Book Fair is slated for Thursday 27th August – 30th August, at the Ghana International Trade Fair Centre. The Ghana International Book Fair is a platform where both local and international book industry players come together to trade books and negotiate deals.
Theodosia S.A. Adanu, (),"Continuing professional development (CPD) in state-owned university libraries in Ghana", Library Management, Vol. 28 Iss 6/7 pp. - Permanent link to this Author: Theodosia Adanu.
The four-day event on the theme “Books and Culture in the Digital Age” is being organised by Ghana Book Publishers Association (GBPA) to create a market-place for publishers, writers, printers, booksellers, librarians and other stakeholders in the industry to interact and foster strong links.
The Ghana Reader is a treasure trove of information." — Kwaku Nti, Journal of Global South Studies "[A] wonderful introduction to Ghana and its people, stretching all the way back to prehistoric times.
Opening this book to virtually any page yields a judiciously selected text that reveals something about Ghana". American Library Association - Guadalajara International Book Fair The FREE PASS Program sponsored by American Library Association and the Guadalajara International Book Fair provides support for American librarians to attend the Guadalajara International Book Fair.
The program funds registration, lodging, and a $ contribution toward airfare. The Ghana Library Association (GLA) was founded in The GLA was registered as a Professional Association under the Professional Body Ghana Library Association is the professional association of librarians, information and knowledge workers in Ghana.
We create innovative online platforms to help librarians develop collections that meet their students’ and institution’s needs.
We publish digestible supplemental information – in the forms of white papers, snapshots, video, social. media, newsletters, and more. – that we believe will be useful to librarians. Librarians Without Borders» Getting to Know: David Dewane, Founder and Executive Director of Librii — November 9, @ am.
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Vietnam Veterans of America. Used books make a big difference in the lives of Author: Ala Library. Welcome to Shhh Secrets of the Librarians, a new series (inspired by our long-running Secrets of the Book Critics) in which bibliothecaries (yes, it’s a real word) from around the country share their inspirations, most-recommended titles, thoughts on the role of the library in contemporary society, favorite fictional librarians, and week we’ll spotlight a librarian—be they Author: Book Marks.
The Ghana International Book Fair (GIBF) was instituted in the mid 90s to revive the book industry in Ghana which was at its lowest ebb due to serious economic recession of the late 70s and 80s.
The Trade Fair Authority was therefore charged with the responsibility of initiating an international book fair in. Unlike the other partners in the book-chain (writers, printers, publishers and librarians) who have training facilities in Ghana, there is no such programme for booksellers.
- The Planning Committee for the Ghana International Book Fair (GIBF) has postponed the 18th edition of the fair from the initial date of August 27–30, to August 26–29, The book then discusses the relationship between culture and rampant corruption, and how these in sum have harmed Ghana’s economic development.
“I have no doubt that culture, in terms of attitudes, values, norms and behavior, is the single most important explanatory factor in Ghana's underdevelopment.