• Gateway 2018 preconference with Samuel Eyitayo of the United States Mission American Center, Nigeria

President’s Message

Dr. Umunna Opara (FNLA)
Dr. Umunna Opara (FNLA)

Dear Visitor,
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the website of the Nigerian Library Association. You are here because you want to know more about the Association. Over the years, the Nigerian Library Association has engaged her members in online dissemination of current and vital information. I assure you that the Executive and members of this great Association are committed to helping you achieve your professional, as well as personal objectives. Hence, I believe you will abide by the netiquettes of the website, as well as those of our social media platforms. We will do everything within our resources to ensure you get relevant information that will help you in your professional career, and personal development as well. You are encouraged to explore the website, follow the Association on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, and visit their relevant links. I believe following our online postings will enrich your research and learning experience.
Thank you.
Dr. Ummouna Opara(FNLA)



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The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions is unique. Thanks to the reach of its membership, the breadth of its mission, and its ability to inspire, engage, enable and connect, it has a special role in the global library field.

IFLA works both to represent libraries on the world stage, and to strengthen the ability of our member associations, institutions, and individuals to advocate for and deliver library and information services that improve lives.

We do this by bringing together the biggest brains trust in the library field – the 1200 volunteers drawn from our members who participate in IFLA’s Professional Units – as well as a dedicated team at IFLA Headqurters, and a network of regional offices and language centres which allow us to operate in seven languages. Read more…


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