Aregbesola Ayooluwa Profile


Centre for Learning Resources


Aregbesola Ayooluwa is the Collections Development Librarian of 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. He 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).

Aregbesola, A., & Oguntayo, S. (2014). Use of Electronic Resources by Faculty Members in Landmark University. Computing, Information Systems, Development Informatics & Allied Research Journal, 5(2), 53–58. Retrieved from

Aregbesola, A., & Olatokun, W. (2014). Predictors of Short Message Service use by Nigerian Students. International Journal of Computer and Information Technology, 03(02), 315–320.

Owolabi, S., Aregbesola, A., & Oyesola, O. (2015). Technostress , Library Staff and Productivity?: Ray on Landmark University Library. Journal of Applied Information Science and Technology, 8(1), 9–15.

Tunmibi, S., Adeniji, O., Aregbesola, A., & Dasylva, A. (2013). A Rule Based Expert System For Diagnosis of Fever. International Journal of Advanced Research, 1(7), 343–348.

Tunmibi, S., Aregbesola, A., Adejobi, P., & Ibrahim, O. (2015). Impact of E-Learning and Digitalization in Primary and Secondary Schools. Journal of Education and Practice, 6(17), 53–58.

Tunmibi, S., Aregbesola, A., & Asani, E. O. (2015). Factors Influencing the Adoption of Smart Phones by University Students – A Cross-border Approach. African Journal of Computing & ICT - IEEE, 8(1), 113–120.

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. International Journal of Information Science, 4(2), 21–31.

Yusuf, F., Aregbesola, A., & Owolabi, S. (2014). Automating the University Library using Alexandria Library Management Software: Landmark University Experience. Library and Information Practitioners, 7(1/2).


· Citizens’ Jury 2.0.: A Framework for Social Media Driven Participatory Governance.

· Demographics, Socio-Economic, and Cognitive Factors as Barrier to Information Seeking in a Digital Environment.

· CST 111 –Use of Library, Study Skills and Information and Communication Technology I

· CST 121 –Use of Library, Study Skills and Information and Communication Technology II

· Master of Information Science M.Inf.Sc.

· B.Sc.(ed.). Economics and Education.

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