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The Use of Library in the Promotion of Packaging of African Salad Through Vocational Education Strategies in Enugu State, Nigeria
This study examined the extent to which the use of the library has contributed to the promotion of the packaging of African Salad through vocational education strategies in Enugu State. Two research questions guided the study. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design with a population of 505 producers of African Salad. The sample size of the study was 152, drawn using the purposive sampling technique. The instrument for data collection was the researchers' structured questionnaire, titled 'Promoting the Packaging of African Salad and Vocational Education Strategies (PPASVE), which three experts validated. The mean and standard deviation were statistical tools employed for the analysis. The findings of the study revealed that the extent to which the use of the library has contributed to the promotion of the packaging of African Salad using innovative strategies of vocational education was great. More so, the extent to which it has aided in promoting packaging through marketing strategies was great. Based on these findings, some recommendations were made that producers of African salad be exposed to other marketing strategies of vocational education for enhanced patronage and sustainability.