978-613-8-93459-2

IMPACT OF THE LIBRARY ON THE READING CULTURE OF SCHOOLS

SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

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Summary:

Reading refers to the ability to give meaning to texts and figures, thus its importance cannot be overemphasized as every aspect of our human endeavor has found reading to be not only crucial but also indispensable. This book set out to investigate the roles the Library who provides a serene environment for reading plays in enhancing reading culture in senior secondary schools, using some selected schools as case study.The result of the survey was quite revealing, it was discovered that the library according to a vast majority of the students affects their reading culture in a big way, due to the fact that the library provides conducive environment for reading and also makes lot of resources available for reading while also eliminating lots of distractions student face when reading in other places.Schools, governments, parents and other relevant stakeholders are advised to ensure that libraries are well equipped and students are taught the relevance of reading from a tender age.

Author:

ONYEKE EMMANUEL ONYEKE

Biographie:

O. E. ONYEKE is a practicing librarian with the College Library, Federal College of Education, Pankshin, Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria.A. M. NIYI is a young, vibrant graduate of Library and Information Science from the Prestigious University of Jos.

Author:

AJAGBE MAYOWA NIYI

Biographie:

Number of Pages:

52

Book language:

English

Published On:

2020-07-02

ISBN:

978-613-8-93459-2

Publishing House:

Scholars' Press

Keywords:

Reading, texts, Meaning, Importance, book, Library, reading culture, senior secondary schools, Schools, case study, Survey, students, environment, Libraries

Product category:

SOCIAL SCIENCE / General