Awareness Creation Training Given to Library Workers

 

By Fitsum Fisseha/ College of Law
Awareness training was given to workers of the recently built Library of Law and Social Science on April 30, 2014 at Haramaya University (HU).
The training, which involved 30 trainees, was prepared by HU’s Library and Information Services Directorate (LISD) and College of Law (CoL).
Mikiyas Hailu, director of LISD, explained to the participants the various activities the directorate is undertaking. He also talked about how libraries should be led, how services have to be rendered to customers, about team work spirit, and other related issues. A discussion was also held as to how properties within the library should be handled.
According to Mikiyas, providing such kind of training to library workers is vital and will have an overall effect on developing the capacity of the library, which is the back bone of the teaching learning process. He thanked CoL for taking issue as its own and supporting the effort financially. Other colleges should take this move as a role model and contribute their level best in the future.

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