Balbin, Louise Z (2004). School Libraries and Elementary Education: A Comparative Study of Selected Local and Foreign Private School Libraries. Unpublished Master’s Thesis. University of the
The Problem and Its Rationale
School libraries are and will always be essential in the education of the young and children must be made to realize this. With the aim of competently supporting the goals of the educational institutions they belong to, school libraries must continuously improve and evolve. How can they better serve students in this technologically-advanced age? What programs and services need to be done or improved for students to realize what wealth these school libraries offer. School libraries all over the world have geared towards computerization. Yet this is only one step towards attaining more efficiency in library operations.
This study compares local and foreign private school libraries in the
School policies, practices, and economic factors play vital roles in differences found between these school libraries, although there are some common activities done by local and foreign private school libraries to promote their services and increase use in children.