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Information Technologist (The) - Vol 10, No 1 (2013)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Awareness of GIS services among librarians in Nigerian Federal Universities of Technology EMAIL FULL TEXT
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H Musa 1-12
The medicinal information on Moringa oleifera lam (Moringaceae) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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IF Mbagwu, BS Uwakwu, NI Njoku 13-17
Utilization of academic library by lecturers and students for research productivity: A survey of Delta State University, Abraka -Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D Emojorho 19-26
Utilization of electronic books (e-books) by Higher National Diploma (HND) students in Nigerian Library School: The Federal Polytechnic, Nekede experience EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J Nse 27-32
Publication and research productivity among academic librarians in southeast Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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AI Anyanwu 33-41
Factors influencing user ability to retrieve information from the reference libraries in University of Calabar (UNICAL) and Cross River State University of Technology (CRUTECH) in Cross River State,Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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RS Bassey, R Otu 43-50
Analysis of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) facilities in Universities in Imo State EMAIL FULL TEXT
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CO Onyebinama 51-58
An assessment of availability, accessibility and useability of ICT resources of library by Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) students from 2008 to 2012 EMAIL FULL TEXT
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IB Okoye 59-65
Attitude of students towards the restrictions on mobile phone use in the library EMAIL FULL TEXT
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VE Ikolo 67-73
Nature of work and Librarians’ choice of library profession in tertiary institutions EMAIL FULL TEXT
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IA Etim 75-80
Roles of the polytechnic Ibadan in the academic growth and development of Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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SM Munir 81-87
Use of digital signage in academic libraries in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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BA Fabunmi 89-95
Performance of Nigerian Publishers as Innovation agents to Nigerian University libraries EMAIL FULL TEXT
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EC Ifeduba, A Basiru 97-107
Effects of constraints to acquisition of information resources in academic libraries in Southwest Nigeria: A study of UNILAG and KDL main libraries EMAIL FULL TEXT
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OO Christopher 109-116
ICT re-engineered information services, the role of libraries, Librarians and Information Scientists EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S Chukwu, N Emerole, F Egwim 117-122
Managing school library services for effective academic performance and customer services in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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BF Umar 123-133
Access and use of public libraries by disabled persons in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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EF Ejedafiru, MLE Isebe 135-141
Factors influencing the use of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) by library personnel in college libraries in Osun and Oyo States, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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SA Ajayi, OA Shorunke, AO Akinola 143-156
Fundraising processes in Nigerian Academic Libraries: The Delta State experience EMAIL FULL TEXT
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JO Ubogu 157-164
Gender difference in the use of library among students of colleges of education in Delta State EMAIL FULL TEXT
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BC Onovughe, EL Ogbah 165-172
An assessment of the relationship between indigenous information channels and rural communication development: The example of Okuku community in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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LA Pam, AS Lapai 173-181


ISSN: 1597-4316
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