Librarian

Librarian

Dr. Amusa Oyintola Isiaka

           

AMUSA, Oyintola Isiaka Phd.

Date of Birth:      7th May, 1969

Degree:                 B.Sc., MLIS, PhD (LIS). 
E-mail:                 iamusa@chrislanduniversity.edu.ng.
Tel:                      +234-8060638669
WhatsApp:           +234-8162439090
Dept:                   University Library
Academic Rank:      Principal Librarian
Current Position:     Acting University Librarian
Research Interest:   Academic and special libraries, User Studies, Law library and Information Centres

 
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATES:


PHD. Library and Information Science                         -      2016

MLIS (Masters in Library and Information science)    –    2001
BLIS (Bachelor of Library and information Science)   –    1994

HIGHER INSTITUTION ATTENDED WITH DATE:


Abeokuta Grammar School, Abeokut -1980 - 1985

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria – 1990 – 1994
University of Ibadan, Ibadan      – 1990 – 2001

University of Ibadan, Ibadan -       2013 -2016


PRIZES, HONOURS, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION:
 None yet

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP:

Member, Nigerian Library Association
Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria

 

MAJOR CONFERENCES ATTENDED PAPERS READ:

2nd National Conference on Nigerian Educational System. Theme: Development and Sustainability of ICT in Nigerian System. Organized by The institute of Education, OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye.

 

Leadership and Innovation: Cutting Edge Practices for the 21st Century Librarians. Organized by African Leadership Centre, Covenant University Ota, Ogun State, 7th -11th July 2014.

Training Workshop on Capacity Building for heads of Department. Theme: Enhancing Visionary Management Team. Organized by Universal Conservices Limited, Federal university of Agriculture (FUNAAB), held at International scholars FUNAAB on 3rd to 5th October, 2012.

Special Workshop on librarians and Current Technology Realities: Resources for Impact. Organized by The United States Diplomatic Mission, Nigeria in Collaboration with American Corner, Ibadan and Nigerian Library Association, Oyo State Chapter on 25th July, 2012.

The 48th National Conference and Annual General Meeting of Nigerian Library Association held at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, from 25th to 30th July, 2010.

Workshop on Capacity Building for Lecturers of Universities in Nigeria. Organized by ETF/NUC, held at OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-iwoye, from 24th to 28th July, 2006.

The 43rd National Conference and Annual General Meeting of Nigerian Library Association held in Abeokuta, Ogun state, from 9th to 15th July, 2005.

 African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education (AJRMSTE) Writers workshop, held at Gateway Hotel, Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria, from 6th to 7th April, 2005.

Workshop on New Business, Financial, Career and Service Opportunities in Digital/Electronic Environment. Organized by NLA, Lagos State Chapter, from 20th to 24th September, 2004.

OlabisiOnabanjo University (OOU) 1st Workshop on Research for National Development held at the OOU, Ago-Iwoye from 15th to 16th November, 2004.

Workshop on Data Management. Organized by the Institute of Education, OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye from 17th to 19th July, 2002.

Workshop on Grantsmanship. Organized by the Institute of Education, OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-iwoye, from 3rd to 4th April, 2002.

 

PUBLICATIONS

A. Journal Articles

(1)               Alawiye, M. K, Amusa, O. I, Ajiboye, B. A. and Adegbaye, S. (2016). Awareness, use and Perceived Influence of Electronic resources on Studies among the Students of Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Journal of Applied Information Science and Technology, vol. 9 (2). Published in University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

 

(2)               Amusa, O. I. and Atinmo, M. (2016). Availability, level of use and constraints to use of Electronic Resources by Law lecturers in Public Universities in Nigeria. Italian Journal of Library and Information Science, vol. 7 (3). Available online at10.4403/jlis.it-11955. ITALY.

 

(3)               Omotoso, A. O, Amusa, O. I, Bello, T. O, and Lateef, E. B. (2016). Records Management and Practice in Motor registration and Licensing Offices in South-west Nigeria. Journal of Applied Information Science and Technology, Vol. 9 (1), pp. 102-112. Published in University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

 

(4)               Bello, T. O. Amusa, O. I, Omotoso, A. o, and Osunrinde, O. A. (2016). Influence of Information Literacy Skills on Information Needs and Use among Banking Personnel in Ogun, state Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal) 1389. Published by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln University, U.S.A. Available online at http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/1389.                                                      USA

 

(5)               Okunlaya, R. A, Amusa, O. I and Ogunlana E.K (2015) Challenges of Internet Use among the Postgraduate Students of Social and Management Sciences in OlabisiOnabanjo University, Nigeria. Information and Knowledge Management, Vol. 5 (5), pp. 128-134, available at www.iiste.org.                                                                                          USA

 

(6)               Omotoso, A. O; Lateef, E. B; Amusa, O. I and Bello, T.O (2015) Information and Communication Technology Adoption and Use among Students ofa Nigerian University for Distance Learning. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal) 1246. Published by University of Nebraska-Lincoln.                                          USA. Available athttp://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/1246

 

(7)               Salman, A. A. and Amusa, O. I. (2014). Appraisal of academic Performance of University of Ilorin First Year Students Using Mobile Technologies. Library and Information Science Digest, vol. 7, pp.75-87. Published by Nigeria Library Association, Anambra State.

 

(8)               Okonedo S; Amusa, O. I; Bakare O. D; Bamigboye O. B and Alawiye, M. K (2014) Information and Knowledge Management ICT Influence on Globalization of Library and Information Services Delivery in Academic Libraries in South West, Nigeria. Information and Knowledge management, Vol. 4 (12), pp. 205-212, available at www.iiste.org. USA

 

(9)               Fatokun J. O and Amusa, O. I (2014) Acquisition and Management of Grey Literature: A Case Study of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. Chinese Librarianship: An International Electronic Journal, Vol. 38. Pp. 68- 76. Available at http://www.iclc.us/cliej/cl38FA.pdf. Published by China Library Association, China.

 

(10)           Amusa, O. I, Salman, A. A, and Ajani, F. O. (2014): Occupational frustration variables of the libraries in Public Universities in South-West, Nigeria. The Information Manager, Vol. 14 (2). Published by the Department of Library and Information Science, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.      NIGERIA.    

 

 

(11)           Alade, V. O. Iyoro, A. O. and Amusa, O. I. (2014). Library Use Characteristics of Undergraduates in Nigeria University of Science and Technology. International Research: Journal of Library & Information Science, vol. 4 (1), pp. 15-24.

 

(12)           Amusa, O. I, Salman, A. A, and Ajani, F. O. (2013): Knowledge and use of electronic information resources by Academics in Colleges of Animal Production, Animal Health, and Veterinary Medicine in Nigeria. International Research: Journal of Library and Information Science, 3(4); 125-136.        INDIA.

 

 

(13)           Amusa, O I, Iyoro, A. O, and Ajani, F. O (2013): Work environment and job performance of librarians in the public universities in South-West Nigeria. International Journal of Library and Information Science, 5(11); 457-461. Available at www.academicjournals.org/article/article13900301506_Amusa et al pdf          USA.

 

(14)           Amusa, O. I and Iyoro, A. O. (2013): Influence of library environment, instructional programmes, and User-Librarian collaborations on library use by undergraduate students in Nigeria. Chinese librarianship: An electronic Journal,35(4); 72-86. Available at http:wwwicic.us/Cliej?cl35. Published by China Library Association,                         CHINA.

 

(15)           Amusa, O. I, Iyoro, A. O. and Alade, V. A. (2013). Awareness and Ownership of Private Libraries or Collections among Nigerian Undergraduates. Communicate: Journal of Library and Information Science, vol. 15 (1), pp. 97-106. Published by Department of Library and Information Science, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State. NIGERIA.

 

(16)           Adesoye, E. A and Amusa, O. I. (2013); Use of Electronic resources in Health Sciences Institution in Ogun State. PNLA Quarterly, 77 (3); 28-41. Published by the North Pacific Library Association, USA                                                                                              USA.

 

(17)           Adesoye, A. E. and Amusa, O. I (2011).Investigating the Information Needs of Sandwich and Part-Time Students of Two Public Universities in Ogun State, Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice,Paper 526. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/526USA.

 

(18)           Amusa, O. I and Salman A. A. (2011): Use of Information by Bank Managers in Nigeria.  PNLA Quarterly, 75(4), Pp.18-26 Published by Pacific North Library Association.     USA.

 

(19)           Salman, A. A and Amusa, O. I. (2011): Business planning, information preference and use as predictors of Banking operations in Nigeria.  Library Philosophy and Practice.11 (1). Available at http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/Lpp/ Amusa-Iyoro.htm. 10p. Published by University of Nebraska-Lincoln                                                                                          USA.

 

(20)           Amusa, O. I. and Iyoro A. O. (2011): Appraisal of Classification Scheme and their effectiveness in organizing law collection in Nigerian Law Faculties Library Philosophy and Practice. 4 (1) Available at http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/Lpp/ Amusa-Iyoro.htm. 10p. Published by University of Nebraska-Lincoln.                                                             USA

 

(21)           Osinulu, L.F and Amusa, O. I.  (2010): Information Technology, Quality Assurance and Academic Library Management. Library Philosophy and Practice. Available at http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/Lpp/ Osinulu-amusa.htm. 3 (1); 13p. Published by University of Nebraska-Lincoln.                                                                                                 USA.

 

(22)           Oyesiku, F. A and Amusa, O. I. (2009): Academic librarians’ perception of monetary and non-monetary motivators on their productivity. GYANKOSH: The Journal of Library and Information Management, 1(1); 1-13.                                                              INDIA.

 

(23)           Adesoye, E. A and Amusa, O. I.  (2009): An investigation into Library and Information Technology usage by graduate students of University of Bostwana. Gateway Library Journal, 12(2); 46–56.Published by Nigerian Library Association.

 

(24)           Oyesiku, F. A and Amusa, O. I.  (2008): Newspapers Law Report usage among law students in OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye. Gateway Library Journal, 11(2); 12– 24. Published by Nigerian Library Association.

 

(25)           Amusa, O. I. and Odunewu, A. O. (2007). Personnel and Infrastructural Resources Assessment in a Nigerian Academic Library. Journal of Applied Information Science and Technology, vol. 1 (1), pp. 91-104. Published in University of Nigeria Nssuka.

 

(26)           Odusanya, O. K and Amusa, O. I. (2006): Mentoring and getting published. Journal of Library and Information Science, 3(1 & 2); 10–22. Published by The Library, OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye.

 

(27)           Oyesiku, F. A, Amusa, O. I. and Odunewu, A. O (2006): Resources, services and management of academic law libraries and law firm libraries. International Library Movement, 28(4); 181–205.                                                                              INDIA.

 

(28)           Adesoye, E. A and Amusa, O. I. (2005): Secondary school students’ perception of library usage on their academic performance. Educational Management International, 1(1); 147– 162. Published by the Department of Educational Management, OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye.Nigeria

 

(29)           Lawal, W. O and Amusa, O. I. (2005): Library and Information Science: The need for their promotion in Ogun State, Nigeria. Lagos Journal of Library and Information Science, 3(1); 32–42. Published by Nigerian Library Association.

 

(30)           Amusa, O. I. (2005): Availability and usage of Information Technology in selected Nigerian Academic and Law firm libraries. International Library Movement, 27(4), 213–228.                                                                                                       INDIA.

(31)           Odusanya, O. K and Amusa, O. I. (2004): School library and promotion of teaching and learning in Nigerian secondary schools. Nigerian School Library Journal, 5(1); 38–46. Published by Centre for Educational media Resource Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

(32)           Amusa, O. I. (2004): Issues in publishing: audience analysis. Journal of Library and Information Science, 1(1 &2); 66–72. Published by The Library, OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye.

 

(33)           Odusanya, O. K and Amusa, O.I. (2004): Profiling the experience of OlabisiOnabanjo University Library Nigeria, in automation of its functions and services. Library Herald, 42(1); 11–24. Published by Library Association, INDIA.

 

(34)           Odusanya, O. K and Amusa, O. I. (2003): Information needs and information seeking habits of lecturers in the Faculty of Science of OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria. Samaru Journal of Information Science, 3(1); 38–49. Published by the Department of Library and Information Science, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

 

(35)           Amusa, O. I and Adekunmisi S. R. (2003): Collection development practices in Nigerian Third Generation University Library. Library Herald, 41(1); 38–49.   Published by Library Association, INDIA.

 

(36)           Odusanya, O. K and Amusa, O. I (2002): A survey of secondary school students’ understanding and use of school libraries in Ogun State. Nigerian Libraries, 36(1); 45–52. Published by Nigerian Library Association.

 

(37)           Amusa, O. I (2001): Private participation in library development in Nigeria: A review of development of Sopolu Library, Ikenne, Nigeria. Gateway Library Journal, 4 (1& 2); 44- 49. Published by Nigerian Library Association.

 

 

B.    Books: Chapters in Books

(1)               Oyesiku, F. A., Akinbode, R. O.  Amusa, O. I. andOdunewu, A. O. (eds) (2009): Current Trends in Library and Information Sciences: Essays in honour of Late O. K. Odusanya, Ibadan: BIB Press Nig. Ltd.

(2)               Odusanya, O. K.  andAmusa, O. I.  (2006): Teachers’ perception of the roles of School Library in Nigerian Secondary Schools. InPerspective in Nigerian Education: Issues of the New Millennium, Ibadan: Bgash Moses Publishers.

(3)               Amusa, O. I. (2009): A Discourse on Standards for Academic Libraries in Colleges of Education, Polytechnics and Universities. In Current Trends in Library and Information Science:  Essays in honour of Late O. K. Odusanya F. A. Oyesiku, and others (ed.) 46-56. Ibadan: BIB Press Nig. Ltd.

C.   Published Conference Paper

(i)                 Ogunlana, E. K. and Amusa, O. I. (2008): Effective library and information services sustainability and the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). In Development and Sustainability in Nigeria Education System: proceedings of the 2nd Annual National Conference of the Institute of Education, OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, L. Gbadamosi (ed.)  pp. 200 – 208. Published by Triumph Publishers, Lagos.