Adetoun A. Oyelude is a Principal Librarian in the Kenneth Dike Library, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Her research interests are Library Administration, ICTs in libraries, Preservation of Indigenous Knowledge, Reading Advocacy and Gender issues. She has published extensively in reputable journals and books.
She is a member, Standing Committee, Academic and Research Libraries Section of the International Federation of Libraries and Associated Institutions (IFLA). She is the Secretary of the Preservation and Conservation Section of the Nigerian Library Association (NLA).
Dr Abiola Abioye is a Reader in the Department of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Professor Alegbeleye obtained a Bachelor of Education degree in History and French from University of Ibadan in 1972. He later....
Omobolade O. Adeagbo works as an embedded librarian and is the Ag. Head, ICT section at Obafemi Awolowo University Library, Ile- Ife
Grace Temilolu Ikenna is a Senior Staff of the University of Ibadan library and engaged as Associate Lecturer on part-time basis.
Basil Enemute Iwhiwhu holds a B.Sc. Ed. Degree in Chemistry from Bendel State University, Ekpoma, Master & Ph.D Degrees in Library...