Having come to the end of a ten-year study of Belize developing libraries, the Belize government asked for a survey of all the tertiary school libraries within the country. The government purpose centered around the number and caliber of staff, book/journal collections, student use and adequacy of the facility housing the collections. When adequacy of any of the above failed criteria, they asked for recommendations for improvement within the eleven schools visited. Thanks to the United States Information Agency’s Academic Specialist Award, the study, followed by training workshops, took place from February 3-6, 1990. Text of the entire study follows.
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Information and Library Science | International and Comparative Education | Other Education
Recommended Repository Citation
Wright, Mary Margaret (Peggy), "Belize Tertiary School Libraries: A Needs-Assessment Survey" (1990). DLPS Faculty Publications. Paper 51.