6th Founders' Day Live Stream

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TOPIC: FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ADOPTION OF SMART PHONES BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN NIGERIA AND REPUBLIC OF BENIN

PRESENTER: Mr Ayooluwa Aregbesola

 

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DATE:Wednesday, 27th March, 2017,

TIME: 2.30 pm prompt

VENUE: Escapist Section, CLR

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ABSTRACT

This study explains factors influencing the adoption of smart phones by Undergraduate Students in Nigeria and Republic of Benin. Questionnaire was used as the data collection instrument, and the design was guided by Rogers’ Diffusion Theory of Innovations. Most of the sampled students agreed that factors such as relative advantage of smartphones, complexity of the phone, trial before buying the phone, observation before buying the phone, and compatibility of smartphone with their lifestyle, influence their adoption of smartphones. The study also shows that internet browsing has a major influence on the adoption of smartphones.

Keywords: Smartphones, University Students, Diffusion Theory of Innovations.

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About the Presenter Mr Ayooluwa Aregbesola

Mr Ayooluwa Aregbesola is a Faculty in the Centre for Learning Resources, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Nigeria. He holds Bachelor Degree in Economics and Education from the University of Ado-Ekiti, and M.Inf.Sc. in Information Science from the University of Ibadan. His research interest spans the field of New Media, Information Systems Development, Adoption and Use. He is currently the Collection Development Librarian of the Centre for Learning Resources, Landmark University, Omu-Aran and has considerable number of publications in reputable local and international journals. He is a Member Nigerian Library Association (NLA), Member Information Technology Section of the Nigerian Library Association and a Certified Librarian of Nigeria (CLN).

 

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TOPIC: Application of Cybernetics for a new Paradigm in Cyber Security, Food Security and Biosecurity

PRESENTER: Dr. (Mrs.) Oladele, Tinuke Omolewa Department of Computer Science, College of Science and Engineering, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State.

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DATE: Thursday, 16th March, 2017,

TIME: 3:00 - 5:00pm

VENUE: Computer Science Lboratory, First College Building.

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ABSTRACT

Security entails protection of a person, building, organization or country against threats or attacks by any form of opposition. The trio of Cyber Security, Food Security and Biosecurity are global issues that have constituted great challenges worldwide. Developing more secure systems is paramount as computers are further integrated into everyday life and is used to store increasing amounts of sensitive data. Over time, research has identified that deficiencies are found in the existing security tools and measures. The application of Cybernetics will be used in this study to fill the gap and provide a new framework established from proven mathematical constructs that will serve as the basis to develop a new class of (cyber) security solutions. Cybernetics is the study of evolution, adaptation and control of systems. It is relevant to mechanical, physical, biological, cognitive and social systems. The cybernetic control model is a model that provides a framework for the study of the control of any system. The aim of this study is to develop a cybernetic system for controlling and managing (regulating) security risks in cyber security, food security and biosecurity. The specific objectives to realize this aim are to: (i) develop a cybernetic control model for integrating and controlling cyber security, food security and biosecurity and (ii) simulate the model using R. The methodology includes an indepth study of control theory, systems theory, feedback mechanisms and regulatory systems in the context of cybernetics.

Keywords: Cybernetics, Feedback, Cyber Security, Food Security, Biosecurity.

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About the Presenter DR. (MRS.) OLADELE, TINUKE OMOLEWA

DR. (MRS.) OLADELE, TINUKE OMOLEWA had a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Computer Science from the University of Benin, Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Mathematics (Computer Science Option) and a Doctoral (Ph.D.) in Computer Science from the University of Ilorin. She is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Communication and Information Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria. She has publications in local and international journals. She has attended various workshops, conferences and Research Fellowship at home and abroad. She is a member of Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), Computer Professionals of Nigeria (CPN), Cyber Security Experts Association of Nigeria (CSEAN), Societe Marocaine de Bio-Informatique (SMBI) - Moroccan Society of Bioinformatics, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE) and National Association of Women Academics (NAWACS). She is known across board for her innovative research work in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. Her teaching and research interests include Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, Cybernetics, Cyber Security, Automata theory, Compiler Design and Software Development. Dr. Oladele is presently on a Sabbatical in the Department of Computer Science, College of Science and Engineering, Landmark University, Omu-Aran. She is happily married with children.

 

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TOPIC: AWARENESS, KNOWLEDGE AND IMPLEMENTATION OF RDA IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES IN NIGERIA

PRESENTER: Mr Oguntayo Sunday

 

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DATE:Wednesday, 27th March, 2017,

TIME: 2.30 pm prompt

VENUE: Escapist Section, CLR

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ABSTRACT

This paper is aimed at determining the level of awareness, knowledge and implementation of Resource Description and Access (RDA) in academic libraries in Nigeria. This study adopted the survey approach method applicable to the target population, the entire academic librarians in Nigeria. The total enumeration sampling technique was used to draw the sample for the study. All academic librarians registered on Nigerian Library Association (NLA) online forum formed the sample of the study. The paper reveals that majority used at least two cataloguing tools out of many listed. 78 participants (88%) had heard about RDA while 11 (12%) had not. About 44% of the participants had the knowledge of RDA while 56% did not know that the rules were formally released in 2010. On the platform of implementation, only about 22% of the participants confirmed that their libraries are already implementing RDA while about 78% affirmed that lack of expertise/skills, inadequate budgets/finance and retrospective conversions of records constrained their libraries to use RDA. This implies that lack of expertise and skills was the major constraint to the use and implantation of RDA in Nigerian academic libraries. Over 83% of the participants indicated that RDA may never be implemented in their libraries because they felt it was too cumbersome to use while others say they had no option than to implement RDA. Consequently, conferences and workshops were identified as major source of awareness for cataloguers. Nigerian Library Association (NLA) granted the Cataloguing, Classification and Indexing Section permission to sensitize over 500 librarians that attended NLA conference on the need to implement RDA in Academic libraries in Nigeria. This paper recommends that RDA should be incorporated in the curriculum of library schools in Nigeria.

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About the Presenter Mr. Oguntayo Sunday

Mr. Oguntayo Sunday, a Faculty in the Centre for Learning Resources, heads the Technical Services Section of the Library. He holds Bachelor of Library Science (BLS) Honours Degree from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and Masters in Library and Information Science MLIS in Delta State University, Abraka. He is a member of the Nigerian Library Association (NLA) and a registered member of the Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria (LRCN). He has published extensively in peer reviewed journals in local and international journals. He is married and blessed with Children.

 

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TOPIC: Comparative Analysis of Models for Estimating Global Solar Radiation from Routine Meteorological Parameters over a Tropical City.

PRESENTER: Dr. Gbadebo I. Olatona

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DATE: Thursday, 16th March, 2017,

TIME : 3.00 pm prompt

VENUE: Main Physics Laboratory

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ABSTRACT

The sources of energy feeding our national grid are bedevilled by challenges of localization leading to disruption of supply as a result of insurgent activities fighting for resource control. For Nigeria to derive maximum benefit in a bid to integrate renewable energy into the energy mix, there is the need for a visibility study on the amount of global solar radiation over different locations in the country. However there is an inadequate data of solar radiation in the country due to the cost of setting up instrument for its measurement. Hence this study investigates a comparative analysis of estimating solar radiation from routinely measured meteorological parameters. The data for the study were obtained from the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan. The regression coefficients of the quadratic models, from the modified Angstrom-Prescott model, were determined and used to estimate the global solar radiation. The estimated and the measured values were then compared using standard statistical error indicators. The result showed that the root mean square errors for the temperature based model are 1.50, 1.10, 0.75 and 1.54 respectively for 2002, 2003, 2009 and 2012. While that of the sunshine based model are respectively 1.22, 1.24, 1.13 and 0.96 and the average of the two models gives a respective RMSE of 1.25, 1.07, 0.82 and 1.12. The mean bias errors (MBE) for the three models in turn are respectively: -0.31, 0.12, 0.22 and -0.45; -0.01, 0.63, 0.54 and 0.28; -0.16, 0.38, 0.38 and -0.08; while the mean percentage errors (MPE) are respectively 0.48, -1.28, -2.08 and 1.80; -1.05, -4.76, -4.18 and -2.64; -0.29, -3.02, -3.13 and -0.42. The positive errors show over estimation while the negative ones show under estimation. The models are versatile for estimating global solar radiation at the horizontal surface for Ibadan (7.23oN, 3.52oE) and locations ±2o latitude around it when direct measured values cannot be obtained. The model can also be used for fixing missing global solar radiation data.

Keywords: Solar-radiation; Sunshine-hour; Minimum and maximum temperature; Observed, Measured

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About the Presenter Dr. Gbadebo I. Olatona

Dr. Gbadebo I. Olatona had his secondary education at Osogbo Grammar School where he obtained the West African School Certificate in 1978. He attended The Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi, where he obtained his Higher National Diploma in Science Technology in 1983. He got his B.Sc. Physical Science from the then University of Agriculture, now Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, in 1997. He obtained his M.Sc. Physics and Ph.D from the University of Ibadan, Ibadan in 2000 and 2008 respectively. His research interest is in renewable energy, aerosols depleting effect on solar radiation and ozone depletion. He has fourteen published articles in both local and international journals and two chapters in a book. He has also presented papers at several local and international conferences. He is currently on a sabbatical as a Senior Lecturer, Department of Physical Sciences, Landmark University.

 


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NYSC SENSITIZES PROSPECTIVE LANDMARK UNIVERSITY PATHFINDERS

On Friday 15th of January 2016, a team of delegate from the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) held a sensitization program for prospective graduates of the 2016 class of the Landmark University. Th

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25-01-2016
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APPROVED INSTALMENTAL FEE PAYMENT FROM 2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION

The Management of Landmark University has approved instalmental payment of school fees as scheduled below:   SN INSTALLMENT PERCENTAGE WHEN TO MAKE THE PAYMENT 1. 1st 50% Pay

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22-01-2016
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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY HOLDS 6TH MATRICULATION CEREMONY

On Friday, 8th January 2015, the University held her 6th Matriculation Ceremony at the University Multipurpose Hall, where 513 new intakes who were successful in the 2015 Computer-based Unified Tert

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21-01-2016
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THE VICE CHANCELLOR’S INTERVIEW WITH THE PRESS, AT THE 6TH MATRICULATION CEREMONY, 8TH JANUARY, 2016

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan, disclosed to Press men in a brief interview the agri-business and agri-preneurship focus of the University. She prides in the capacity of the University

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20-01-2016
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