Curricular Implications of Sustainable Development for Library and Information Science Education in Nigeria

@inproceedings{Nwosu2016CurricularIO,
  title={Curricular Implications of Sustainable Development for Library and Information Science Education in Nigeria},
  author={Chidi C. Nwosu},
  year={2016}
}
The purpose of this paper is to explore the implications of sustainable development for the curriculum for Library and Information Science education in Nigeria. Global attention to sustainable development has heightened with the adoption of the seventeen sustainable development goals in 2015. Library and Information professionals are expected to provide adequate information services in the realization of these goals and in the pursuit of the larger sustainable development project. The… CONTINUE READING

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