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Records management practices in the Zambian pension industry
(Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Branch of the International Council On Archives (ESARBICA), 2015)
The need for organisations to demonstrate good corporate governance remains unquestionable. Effective management of records is a stratagem to realize because it ensures that sound decisions are made based on full, accurate ...
Creating and promoting a reading culture in school libraries in the ICT era
(Zambia Library Association, 2013-07)
The paper examined the activities that school librarians and teachers undertake to create and promote a reading culture among learners in secondary schools. The decline in the reading culture among learners in Zambia is a ...
The role of records and archives in resolving chiefdom wrangles: Case study of the National Archives of Zambia
(Standing Conference for Eastern, Central and Southern African Library and Information Association (SCECSAL), 2014-07)
The aim of the study was to investigate the role of records and archives in resolving chiefdom wrangles at the National Archives of Zambia. The study employed qualitative methods. Data was collected through document study ...
Meeting the information needs of scholars and students in the digital environment: Case study of Zambian private universities
(Zambia Library Association, 2012-08)
The future of Africa and indeed Zambia depends on the development of its human capacity - the ability for citizens to develop and apply new ideas. Through education, individuals acquire the skills they need to provide for ...
Local knowledge preservation and dissemination in Zambia: Opportunities and challenges
Indigenous knowledge, has in the recent years, received a lot of recognition and appreciation. It has been observed that a people’s identity hinges largely on their worldviews including mores, traditions and values. ...