Pastor Dominic Omokaro
FNLA, F.IoD, FCAI, CLN

President and Chairman of Council

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE!

I welcome all our friends, associates, colleagues and visitors to the Nigerian Library Association's (NLA) website. The Nigerian Library Association came into existence in 1962 as an offshoot of the West African Library Association (WALA) which was the umbrella body of librarians in the then British colonies in west Africa. As nations gained independence,the agitation for national associations became prevalent and the forefathers of the profession decided to form a national association for librarians and information service providers in Nigeria with the following objectives among others:

  • To unite all persons engaged in the library and Information Profession in Nigeria...

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The Nigerian Library Association (NLA) is a professional organization dedicated to the promotion and development of libraries, librarianship, and information science in Nigeria. Its mission is to:
  • Advance the library profession in Nigeria.
  • Promote the use of libraries and information resources.
  • Advocate for improved library services for all Nigerians.
  • Provide professional development opportunities for librarians.
  • Represent the interests of librarians and libraries at the national and international levels.

There are many benefits to becoming a member of the NLA, including:
  • Professional development: Access to webinars, conferences, workshops, and other learning opportunities.
  • Networking: Connect with other librarians and information professionals in Nigeria.
  • Advocacy: Have a voice in shaping library policy and legislation.
  • Publications: Receive NLA publications, including the Nigerian Library Journal and the NLA Newsletter.

Joining the NLA is easy and can be done online through the NLA website. You will need to create an account and submit an application form. There are different membership categories available, including individual, institutional, and student memberships.

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