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Comparative analysis and benefits of digital library over traditional library

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The paper reviews the relevance of Information Communication Technology (ICT) as related to other professions especially, the Library professions. The importance, advantages and limitations of digital library over the traditional library were emphasized. The comparative analyses of the two types of libraries were also discussed. Governments in all tiers of the Nation and Legislators were advised to make policies and legislate bills respectively that can advance the present state of the National grid and improve on the Internet technology infrastructures which are major factors that can drive digitization.
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  • Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria, Jericho GRA, P.M.B. 5054, Ibadan. Nigeria
  • Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria, Jericho GRA, P.M.B. 5054, Ibadan. Nigeria
  • Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria, Jericho GRA, P.M.B. 5054, Ibadan. Nigeria
  • Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria, Jericho GRA, P.M.B. 5054, Ibadan. Nigeria
  • Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria, Ibadan, Nigeria
  • 3National Centre for Genetic Resources and Biotechnology (NACGRAB), Ibadan City, Oyo State, Nigeria
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