Library service delivery, information literacy knowledge: a modelling factor for societal growth

  • Fredrick Olatunji Ajegbomogun
  • Veronica Olufunmilola Ajegbomogun
Keywords: Library service delivery, Information literacy, Societal growth, Nigeria

Abstract

Information is the bedrock of knowledge development and is expected to achieve societal growth. One of the most obvious trends in recent times has been the rapid growth of information that changes the economy and its attendant structures. Over the years, the developing countries are still not able to match up with this global phenomenon. Lifestyles in most of the developing world have continued to deteriorate simply because of the insensitivity of the government to citizens’ plight. Many people are walloping in abject poverty, debt crises, communal violence, diseases, food shortage and malnutrition, etc. Therefore, this study will focus on the role of library on service delivery, information literacy knowledge and the roles of stakeholders that would encourage society development. Knowledge preservation, access to information and dissemination has rapidly changed the way people seek and use information. The study concluded that the application of IT will encourage self sufficiency in food production, good health and rapid development among the citizenry.

Keywords: Library service delivery, Information literacy, Societal growth, Nigeria

Published
2017-11-30
Section
Articles

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eISSN: 0029-0122