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Dr. H.O. AMUDA(PhD)

Lecturer I

Historical Background

Halimah Odunayo Amuda is a lecturer 1 and Programme Coordinator in the Department of Science Education, Library and Information Science Unit, Faculty of Education, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin. She is a research scholar with Ph.D. and Master Degrees in Library and Information Science from the University of Ilorin and the University of Ibadan respectively.

Educational History

i. Ph.D. Library and Information Studies 2017.

ii. Master’s Degree in Library, Archival and Information Studies 2010

iii. Certification in Computer Studies (MS WORD, MS EXEL, POWER POINT, INTERNET SURFING, e. t. c) 2008

iv. Bachelor of Art (Education) in French 2007.

v. Nigeria Certificate in Education 2002.

vi. West African School Certificate 1996.

Research Interest

Information system Evaluation, Information Literacy

Publications

Chapters in Book 

1 Amuda H.O, Adetola, K., Ajani, Y. Onanuga A.O. (2021). Entrepreneurship Opportunities for Library and Information Professional in 21st Century A. Tella (Ed,). ICT and Entrepreneurship in Information: Perspectives from developing Digital Economies, Ess Ess Publications, New delhi

2 Amuda H.O. (2021).  Predictors of Adoption of Social Media by university Libraries in             South West Nigeria. S.A. (Ed,).  Research in Library and Information Science: Basic Issues, Theoretical and Conceptual Framework. University of Ilorin Press. A publication of the University of Ilorin

 

3 Amuda H. O. (2021). Information system adoption models in Library and Information Science. Research in Library and Information Science: Basic Issues, Theoretical and Conceptual Framework. University of Ilorin Press. A publication of the University of Ilorin

 

4 Onanuga A.O., Amuda H.O., Olufemi Olubunmi Ilori and Adetola, K (2021). Application of Problem-based Teaching in Library Information Science Entrepreneurship in 21st Century A. Tella (Ed,). ICT and Entrepreneurship in Information: Perspectives from developing Digital Economies, Ess Ess Publications, New delhi

 

5 Amuda H.O., Edam-Agbor, I.M, Oladele, M, J. and Onyebinimah (2020).New opportunities in Libraries: Open Access, Open Contents and Open Collections In A. Tella (Ed,)Handbook of Research on Digital Devices for Inclusivity and Engagement in Libraries,  (pp. 278-396). Hershey, PA, USA: Information Science Reference.

6 Amuda H.O (2015). Social Networking and the Promotion of Library Services: What Does the Future Hold? In A. Tella (Ed), Social Media Strategies for Dynamic Library Services Development, (pp. 113-125). Hershey, PA, USA: Information Science Reference. Doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-7415-8.ch008.

7 Adigun G,O, Adegbore, A.M, and Amuda H.O (2015). The Social Library: Integrating Social Networking into Library Reference Services. In A. Tella (Ed), Social Media Strategiesfor Dynamic Library Services Development, (pp. 140-154). Hershey, PA, USA: Information Science Reference. Doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-7415-8.ch009

Journal Articles

8 Amuda, H.O., KEHINDE, A. A.,ABDUL, H. A. and Onanuga, A .O. (2020). Computer Literacy, User Education and Online Searching Skills: Predictors for Undergraduates’ Use of E-Resources in Al-Hikmah University, South African Journal of Information Studies, 38, 1- 1-18.

9 Adeyinka T., Adigun G. O., Amuda H. O. and Joseph M. N. (2020). Attitudinal disposition of research students in Nigerian universities towards collaboration in the fourth industrial revolution, 4IR, Research in Higher Education.

10 Rabiu, N.,Kehinde, A.,Amuda H. O. and Kadiri, K.K. (2020). University of Ilorin Undergraduate Students’ Perceptions of the Usefulness and Challenges regarding Computer-Based Testing. South African Journal of Information Studies,37 (4) 1-19

11 Onanuga, A.O., Amuda, H.O and ILORI, O.O., (2020). Assessment of Information Literacy Skills of Librarians in Selected Academic Libraries in South-Western, Nigeria. Journal of Library, Science Education and Learning Technology 1 (2) 62-71

12 Onanuga A.O,   Ilori and Amuda, H.O. (2020). Assessment of websites of selected academic libraries in south-west, Nigeria, University of Ibadan Journal of Library and Information Science UI-JLIS, 3(1), 192-202

13 Amuda, H. O., Tella, Adeyinka, and Ilori, O. O. (2019). Determinants of Behavioral intention to adopt Social Media by Library Staff in Nigerian University Libraries: An extension of the Technology Acceptance Model. NigerianJournal of Library and Information Science.4 (1), 681-703

14 Amuda, H.O.  andTella, A.(2019).The role of academic libraries in supporting open and distance learning in Nigeria universities. Journal of Library Science, Education and Learning Technology1 (1), 25-31

  1. Tella, A., Amuda, H. O and Simplice, M. (2019).Undergraduate Students’ AttitutdeTowardsReading e-book in Selected kwara State universities, Nigeria. Journal of Library Science, Education and Learning Technology1 (1), 46-59
  2. Amuda H. O. and Tella, A. (2017).Application of Social Media for Innovative Library Services by South-Western Nigerian University Libraries. Journal of Balkan Libraries Union, 5(2), 17-23.

17.Amuda H. O., Nwalo K. I. N. and Onanuga A. O. (2012). Evaluation of library computerization projects in some universities in South- Western Nigeria. Elixir Edu.Technol.48, 9230-9234.

  1. Amuda H. O., Onanuga A. O., and Bakrin S. F.(2012).Library computerization projects in university libraries: A case study of NimbeAdedipe library, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta and Keneth Dike Library, university of Ibadan. Leadership Management.53,11957- 11961.

19 . Bakrin S.F. and Amuda H.O. (2013). International Journal of Investment and Finance: A Bibliometric Analysis. International Journal of Investment and Finance,6 (1& 2), 42-49.

 

EDITED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS (INTERNATIONAL)

 

  1. Amuda, H.O and Ajani, Y A. (2021).  Optimizing Zoom Application for Virtual Research Presentation:  Awareness and Experience of Researchers in Nigeria Library Schools. International Conference of Information Communication Technologies enhanced Social Sciences and Humanities (ICTeSSH), 28th – 30th, June, 2021 by Science 2.0 Alliance, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

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