Owolabi Sola Profile

MR OWOLABI SOLA


   

CLR

owolabi.sola@lmu.edu.ng

Sola Owolabi, a Chartered Librarian is currently the Readers’ Services Librarian, Centre for Learning Resources, Landmark University. He has worked with United Bank for Africa, Olaniwun Ajayi (Law Firm) and KPMG Professional Services and Synergy Sparks before securing employment with Landmark University. He possesses DLS, BLIS and MLIS in Library and Information Studies, University of Ibadan. He has publications in both reputable local and international journals. He is a member of Nigerian Library Association.

PUBLICATION AND JOURNALS (INTERNATIONAL AND LOCAL)

Owolabi, S.E., Idowu, O.A., Okocha, F. and Ogundare, A.O. (2016) Utilization of

electronic information resources by undergraduate students of University of

Ibadan: a case study of social sciences and education. Ournal of Education and Practice. (7) 13.  http://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEP/search/authors/view  
Owolabi, S., Aregbesola, A. and Oluwasina, O. (2015). Technostress, library staff and

productivity: ray on Landmark University Library. Journal of Applied Information Science and Technology, 8 (1)
Owolabi, S.E., Fagboun, M., Adebayo, O., Ilogho, J.E. and Itsekor, V. (2015). Accessing

user satisfaction in Landmark University Library. Information Impact: Journal of

Information and Knowledge Management, (6) 1

Owolabi, S. E., Oluwafemi A. Idowu and  Bukola Doris Aliu. (2015). Awareness and

compliance to library rules and regulations by undergraduate students in two

University libraries in Southwest Nigeria. International Journal of Library

Science. (4)1:1-6.
Adebayo, O., Owolabi, S.E., Fagbohun, M.O., and Itsekor, V.O. (2015). Information needs

and most preferred source of information of Undergraduate Students in

Nigerian University of Technology.  Ebonyi Journal of Library and Information

Science. (2) 1. 192 – 202.
Yusuf F., Aregbesola A., and Owolabi, S. (2014). Automating the University library using

Alexandria Library Management Software: the Landmark University experience.

Library and Information Practitioners – Journal of the Nigerian Library

Association, Cross Rivers State Chapter, 7(1/2)
Owolabi, S.E. and Adebayo, O.T.  (2013). Socio-Demographic factors as determinants of

access and use of ICT by staff of university libraries in Oyo State. Library

Philosophy and Practice (e-journal). Paper 947.

http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/947
Hamzat, S. A. and Owolabi, S.E. (2013). Impact of internet facilities on accessibility and

utilization of information resources among researchers of the Federal College of

Agriculture and Institute of Agriculture and Research and training, Ibadan,

Nigeria. Communicate: Journal of Library and Information Science, Ambrose Alli

University, Ekpoma, Nigeria. 15 (2).
Adebayo, O., Fagbohun, M., Odaro, O. and Owolabi, S.E. (2015). Dealing with difficult

patrons in libraries: a case study of some libraries in Ondo State, Nigeria. Annals

of Library and Information Studies. 62   90 – 93.

CHAPTER IN A BOOK

Yusuf, F.O., Owolabi, S.E. Aregbesola, A., Oguntayo, S.A., Okocha, F. and Eyiolorunshe, T Demographics, Socio-Economic and Cognitive factors as Barriers to Information Seeking in a Digital Environment.

CST 111: Information Sources and Uses

CST 121: Intellectual properties and Copyright Issues

TMC 121: Positive Self Esteem

TMC 311: Personal Branding / Communication

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