Sometimes next months, all roads will lead to Abeokuta for everyone in the Library and Information profession in Nigeria.
July is the month of the Nigerian Library Association.
It’s the time when LIS professionals in the country gather to celebrate and discourse issues germane to our professional concerns in the country.
As scheduled, the NLA National Conference/AGM will take place at the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library, Abeokuta, Ogun State from 23rd – 26th July, 2018.
Events like NLA National Conference/AGM are important avenue to connect with movers and shakers in the field and establish new partnership that can foster beneficial collaborations.
As a reminder, attending a professional gathering of this nature has alot to offer, among which are:
  1. Meeting with authors and learned professionals to tap from their knowledge
  2. Attending sessions that will showcase new ideas for library operations
  3. There will be lots of people of professional interest who can become viable network for solving challenges in your workplace and personal endevours
  4. A visit the to the ancient city of Abeokuta (Nigeria’s acclaimed “cradle of civilization) and the most magnificent Presidential Library in Africa
  5. opportunity to explore new technologies that can be implemented for your library services or research
As information professionals, who need to be right in the things they do:
You need to be connected
You need you be updated
You need to be technologically informed
You need to be motivated
You need to be involved
You need to be exposed
You need to be learn, and
You need to know.
Being right in your assertions, moves and activities is important for professional progress, and attending the NLA Annual Conference is one sure way to get you started.
So, when you have to be right in the things you do… you will have to attend the NLA Conference/AGM.
Click here to read more about the Conference and for Registration details. Thank you!

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