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MRS YUSUF FELICIA OMORINOLA
Centre for Learning Resources
Yusuf, Felicia is the pioneer Director of the Centre for Learning Resources, Landmark University. She holds a B.A degree in Library Science/Sociology from Bayero University, Kano and a Master degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Ibadan. Before she was seconded to Landmark University in 2011, she had worked for eight years at the Centre for Learning Resources, Covenant University, Ota where she received an award for singularly automating the Serials Section of the Library. She has published substantially in a number of reputable local and international journals. Yusuf, Felicia is a member of the Nigeria Library Association (NLA) and a Certified Librarian of Nigeria (CLN).
Ilo, P. & Yusuf, F. (2015). Bridging the Gap between Town and Gown through Information Repackaging: The Role of Centre for Learning Resources, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. Ebonyi Journal of Library and
Information Science, 2(1), 131-139
Yusuf F., Aregbesola A., & Owolabi, S. (2014). Automating the University library using Alexandria Library Management Software: The Landmark University experience. Library and Information Practitioner – Journal of the Nigerian Library Association, Cross Rivers State Chapter, 7(1/2), 632-644
Yusuf, F. & Aregbesola, A. (2014). Information Awareness, Sources and Precautionary Measures adopted by Salonists in Reducing HIV/AIDS Transmission among Customers in Irepodun LGA, Kwara State, Nigeria. International Journal of Information Science, 4(2), 21-31
Yusuf, F. & Ilo, P. (2013). Library Support for Covenant University’s Core Value of Capacity Building. Ife Psychologia, 21(1), 217-227
Yusuf, F. & Ilo, P. (2012). Career Commitment of Staff in Academic Libraries: A Comparative Study of Two Private University Libraries in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Library Link: A Journal of Library and Information Science, 10(1&2), 35-48
Yusuf, F. (2011). Mentoring and its impact on the Publication Output of Librarians in Selected Academic Libraries in South-West Nigeria. African Journal of Library, Archives & Information Science, 21(2), 113-120
James, J. & Yusuf, F. (2011). A Comparative Gender Study of the Factors affecting Motivation of Professional and Paraprofessional Staff of Selected Private University Libraries in Ogun State, Nigeria. Gender & Behaviour, 9(1), 3782-3797.
Yusuf, F. (2011). Effective Communication for Reference Service Delivery in Academic Libraries. Library Philosophy and Practice, University of Nebraska, USA. Available on http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/150
Yusuf, F. (2010). Curbing Female Genital Mutilation: The Role of Information and Libraries. Gender & Behaviour, 8(2), 3089-3101
Yusuf, F. & Nkiko, C. (2010). Involvement of Non-professionals in Cataloguing: a Survey of Practices in three Academic Libraries in Nigeria. Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science, 15(1), 83-90
Yusuf, F. and Iwu, J. (2010). Use of Academic Library: A Case study of Covenant University, Nigeria. Chinese Librarianship, 30(1). Available on http://www.iclc.us/cliej/c/30YI.htm
Yusuf, F., Owolabi, S., Aregbesola, A., Oguntayo, S., Okocha, F. & Eyiolorunshe, T. (2016). Demographics, Socio-Economic and Cognitive Skills as Barriers to Information Seeking in a Digital Library Environment. In Adeyinka Tella (Ed.), Information Seeking Behaviour and Challenges in Digital Libraries. Pennsylvania: IGI Global, 179-202
CST 111 and 121
Certified Librarian of Nigeria
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