Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

Date of this Version

October 2006

Abstract

This study reports on the innovative “study and work” programme for students at the Federal University of Technology, Yola. In particular, the use of student part-time workers in the Library is discussed. The study reviews the widespread and severe poverty in Nigeria and among students in particular.This study reveals that the “study and work scheme” to alleviate poverty is beneficial to both students and university departments. The scheme extolls the dignity of labour in addition to alleviating the suffering of indigent students. The advantages of the scheme to the Library are discussed and it is recommended that the “study and work” scheme should be incorporated into the country-wide Poverty Alleviation Progamme of the Obasanjo administration.

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