Level of awareness of high school students in the province of Laguna on the library science profession : basis for promotional strategy

March 2007
Journal of Philippine Librarianship;2007, Vol. 27 Issue 1/2, p162
Academic Journal
The article discusses the study which reveals the level of awareness of high schools students on the library science profession in Laguna, Philippines. The study examines the customers awareness to the offering of the course to arrive or develop a promotional strategy to provide insights to high schools students to the existence of such course. It reveals that students who respond the survey agreed to promote the LIS course through advertisement like media, brochures and newsletters to increase public information.


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