JECO COLLEGE SCHOOL LIBRARY
‘Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” – Margaret Fuller
The soul of any school is the library. It is regarded as the base where knowledge is sourced, confirmed and nurtured for a balanced and resourceful growth.
At Jeco College, our highly equipped library spurs our students into exploring wide and digging deep using the various learning resources available to them. The library is the un-detachable aspect of our students’ lives. We nurture and develop the reading and learning culture of our students and teachers by making available relevant and contemporary materials on various aspects of their learning and teaching progress ranging from different learning subject areas, religions, current affairs etc.
The fact that reading culture of today’s world is on the downward trend makes our library to be run with open door policy. This gives room for our young seekers of knowledge to visit the library at any time that is not antagonistic to the college outline. Students are monitored to ensure a resourceful use of the period they are in the library.
The library is a haven for our teachers as contemporary teaching materials that aid them in their efforts at imparting knowledge to the students are available through various web links, books by local and foreign authors, compact disks on various subjects to mention but a few.
Knowing the fact that it is one thing knowing what to do while it is another thing knowing how to do such, our students, on arrival, are given orientations and later periodic sensitisation talks on the etiquettes of using the library, various ways by which the library can be used, information that can be got and so on.
Baring in mind the importance of control and freedom, the library is under the governorship of our indefatigably amiable library official. The students hold high the principles of being cautious and focused wherever they find themselves. These principles form parts of the tools used by our students during critical thinking situations.