City school library goes online

National, Normal

The National, Wednesday August 08th, 2012

THE Salvation Army Secondary School in Port Moresby now has an online library, thanks to the Telikom Foundation.
More than 400 students of the school will have access to advanced information on various subjects and an additional resource on subject matters such as English, mathematics, science and social science.
The students will also be able to gather valuable resource material after the foundation on Monday connected the school to the Clean IT website.
“We’re fortunate enough to have this online library service in our school.
“It’s a good resource material available for the students,” the school’s 12A class captain, Stid Diweuya, said.
A Grade 11 student Esau Wari, who was one of the first to browse the website, was ‘thankful’ saying: “Finally, something very important was connected to empower students’ education.”
He said the online internet library would keep students from moving out of school to do research and other assignments. 
It would also help the school lift its academic standards.
“After browsing the website, I found a lot of handy information that I feel is very important to help me in my studies.”