CARLIGH is governed by a Constitution which was approved by members and came into force in August 2004. See Constitution
The vision of CARLIGH is to be a centre of excellence in providing recorded knowledge in all formats, for teaching, learning and research activities in Ghana.
The Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries, Ghana (CARLIGH) is pleased to announce that the 1st International Conference of the Consortium will be held in Accra, Ghana from 14-18 July 2014 as part of its 10th Anniversary celebrations.
Theme and Sub-Themes
The theme for the Conference is: “Innovation for access to information”.
The sub-themes for the Conference are:
The GLA's 2013 Seminar and AGM will take place as follows, with the themeTrends in information literacy
n the week of October 21, two fellow librarians from Ghana, Oscar Zando and Abdulai Fuseini , came over to find out about our way of realizing library solutions within the PBL system. The Medical Faculty of the University for Development Studies at Tamale has been using PBL education since some years, with the aid of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences of the Maastricht University (UM).
The Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Ghana (CARLIGH) is a group of academic and research libraries in Ghana. CARLIGH was established in August 2004, with a focus on bringing together member institutions to have maximum use of resources and other facilities. At present there are twenty three member institutions and we expect this number to change, and indeed to grow, over the next few years. More information is available on our About us pages.