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LIBRARY HOLDS A TRAINING FOR INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORY STAFF

The Library held a one day Training on Institutional Repository Management for its repository staff on 7th February 2017 at the Library Computer Lab. The training was geared towards equipping staff with knowledge on the following areas;

Representatives from Digital Divide Data train Library staff on Digitization process

On Wednesday 1st February 2017, Fifteen (15) members of staff from the library were trained on digitization process. The trainers were from Digital Divide Data (DDD). DDD Company delivers content digitization and data services. Some of the topics covered during the training were;

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