Volume 3 No.3 (Dec. 2017) Published Articles


Relevance of Repositioning Cataloguers for Information Management in an Electronic Era

Comfort C. Madu, Ph.D 1 –  11


Developing Countries and Challenges of Reviving Reading Culture in an ICT –Dominated Society: The Nigerian Experience

Oyemike Victor Benson – 12 – 20


A Survey of Undergraduate Students’ Awareness, Satisfaction and Challenges of Using Electronic Information Resources: A Case Study of Baze University Library, Abuja

Abdullahi Bala Shehu and Innocent Sunday Idakwo – 21 – 28


Innovate or Die: What the Social Media Means to Contemporary Library

Philip Chike Aghadiuno – 29 – 39


Feedback Information in Decision Making of Librarians in University Libraries in South East of Nigeria

Blessing Solomon Uwakwe, Ph.D and Nonyelum P. Okpokwasiri, Ph.D – 40 – 56  


Utilization and User Satisfaction with ICT Services Provided in Public Libraries in Nigeria

Ifeyinwa Aidah Ariole, Ph.D – 57 – 67


Attitudes of Lecturers and Students as Predictors of Use of Library/Media Resources for Distance Education in Nigerian Universities

Ugochukwu D. Imeremba, Ph.D and Iyabo Motolagbe Mabawonku, Prof. – 68 – 78


Staff Motivation and Coordination as Correlates of Computerization of University Libraries in South-South Nigeria

Imelda Barong Edam-Agbor – 79 – 85


Awareness and Use of Social Media among Library and Information Science Practitioners in Tertiary Institutions in Imo State, Nigeria

Onyemike Victor Benson, Kevin Okorafor and Ifeyinwa Aidah Ariole, Ph.D – 86 – 97


Utilisation of Library Electronic Resources and Academic Performance of Distance Learning Students in Universities in the South-West, Nigeria

Serifat Mojisola Asiru, Ph.D – 98 – 107


Accessibility and Utilization of Electronic Information Resources by Postgraduate Students of Federal University Dutse for Research and Development

Isa Sali Song and Usman Muhammed Song – 108 – 120


Funding and Accommodation as Indices of Preservation of Information Resources of University Libraries in the Digital Age: The Case Study of South-South Nigeria

Faith Sylvester Orim, Ph.D – 121 – 129