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|Title: ||1 SURVEY OF PRESERVATION ACTIVITIES OF SPECIAL LIBRARIES IN NIGER STATE|
|Authors: ||MOHAMMED, YABAGI|
|Issue Date: ||30-May-2013|
|Abstract: ||This study examines the survey of preservation of activities of special libraries in Niger State. The objective of the study were to determine the nature of collection and types of materials that affected by agents of deterioration in special libraries under study to identify the problems militating against the effective preservation of library materials to know the preservation strategies or measure adopted toward preservation, to determine the effect of deterioration on user certification and to make recommendation base on the result of the investigation, a typical approach of data collection was adopted through the use of structured questionnaire this include the academic staff, senior staff, and clerical staff etc. out of a total population of three hundred and eight nine (389)one hundred and fifty (150) questionnaire were administered and ninety two (92) received in good condition. The return rate was twenty four 24% all the question in the questionnaire were from the research question. Four research questions were use the responses analyzed and discuss with tabular illustration, figure and simple percentages. The study among other though shows that the gradual extinction of library materials which causes limited access to information material is as a result of deterioration and adequate preservation measures taken. Recommendations were made on the need for preservation to be look into property so as to prolong life span of books.|
|Description: ||SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MINNA.
BEING A PROJECT
IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY (B.TECH) DEGREE IN LIBRARY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.|
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