The Liberia International Christian College (LICC) has opened its library to the community and named it “LICC Community Research Center”
Speaking to the Daily Observer in an exclusive interview recently, LICC president Dr. Sei Buor said the institution’s library is open to the community and called on other learning institutions to make use of it.
He said the Community Research Center comprises of a library, a computer lab and internet connectivity, where online studies are expected to open soon.
The one storey building research center also has offices, a conference room and an international guest department.
“This is one of the best libraries right now in Liberia and we are bringing in more books, hoping to expand it,” he said.
“We have the plan for our students to be taught by professors living abroad through the internet system.”
The opening of the library to the public will enhance learning and research for students in Ganta since there are close to 10 high schools in the city.
The Liberia International Christian College started operations in 2009 with about 75 students. The number of students has increased considerably owing to the influx of high school graduates, Dr. Buor said.