Degree: B.Ed., M.Sc., M.LS
Academic Rank: Senior Librarian
Current Position: Readers’ Services Librarian
Research Interest: Library & Information Technology
ACADEMIC DEGREE AND DATE
MLS. Library, Archival and Information Studies – 2001
M. Sc. Political, Science (International Relations) – 1998
B.Ed. Adult Education/Political Science – 1997
INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED AND DATE
University of Ibadan – 2001
University of Ibadan – 1998
University of Ibadan – 1997
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
(i) Member, Nigerian Library Association (NLA) Ogun State Chapter
(ii) Assist. Gen. Secretary, Nigerian Library Association (NLA) Ogun State Chapter 20012004
(iii) General Secretary, Nigerian Library Association (NLA) Ogun State Chapter 2006 –
PRIZES, HONOURS, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION: Nil
(i) Ajegbomogun, F.O. (2004). Utilization of Electronic Databases in Nigerian Agricultural Research Libraries. Nigerian Library and Information Science Review.22 (1): 13-20
(ii) Ajegbomogun, F.O.and Akintola, B.O. (2004). Gateway Library Journal: A Content Analysis. Gateway Library Journal. 7 (1): 87-98
(iii) Ajegbomogun, F.O. (2004). Users’ Assessment of Library Security: A Nigerian University Case Study. Library Management. 25 (8/9): 386-390
(iv) Ajegbomogun, F.O. (2007). Impediments to Harnessing Scholarly Electronic Journals on the Internet in Developing Countries: A Nigerian University Case Study. Library Hi Tech News. 24 (6): 27-31
(v) Ajegbomogun, F.O. (2007). Information Availability and the Extent of Use in Public Library: A Case Study of Simeon Adebo Library. Borno Library,Archival and Information Science Journal. 7 (1) 65-74.
(vi) Ajegbomogun, F.O. Agboola, A.T and Oduwole, A.A. (2008) Consortium Building for Cataloguing and Classification in Nigerian University Libraries: Problems and Prospects. Gateway Library Journal. 11 (2) 65-72
(vii) Ajegbomogun, F.O (2009) Exploiting Computer Facilities for Internal Income Generation: Comparison of two Nigerian Libraries. Library Philosophy and Practice. 49 (3
(viii) Ajegbomogun, F.O. and Okorie, C.N. (2008). The Menace of HIV/AIDS: the Role of Information Scientists/Librarians. Samaru Journal of Library,Archivals and Information Science.8 (2) 32-37
(ix) Ajegbomogun, F.O. (2009) Evaluation of the Teaching and the Effect of Library Use Course at the Federal College of Education, Abeokuta, Nigeria. Library Herald. 47 (3) 217-227
ARTICLES ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION
(x) Fatokun, J.O., Salaam, M.O and Ajegbomogun, F.O (2010). Influence of Leadership Styles on the Performance of Subordinates in Nigerian Library System Library Philosophy and Practice.
(xi) Ajegbomogun, F.O and Okorie, C.N (2010) Library Survivals Strategies in Developing Countries during the Period of Global Economic Meltdown (GEM). Pacific North-West Association Journal (PNAL) July 2010
(xii) Ajegbomogun, F.O., and Salaam M.O. (2010). The State of School Libraries in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects. Teacher Librarian.
(xiii) Ajegbomogun, F.O (2009) An Investigation into Information Needs, Uses and Information Seeking Skills of Kampala/Adire Textile Dyers at Itoku Market, Abeokuta. African Journal of Education and Information Management.
(xiv) Ajegbomogun, F.O and Okorie, C.N. (2009) Attitude of Users to Library Overdue Fines in Nigerian Academic Libraries.
ARTICLES SENT OUT FOR PUBLICATION
(xv) Busayo, I.O and Ajegbomogun, F.O (2010) Use of College/Faculty Libraries by Readers vis-à-vis the main Library: the case of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.
(xvi) Ajegbomogun F.O and Busayo, I. O. (2010) Information and Communication technologies (ICTs) literacy among Kenneth Dike and Nimbe Adedipe University Libraries Staff Members, Nigeria.
(xvii) Ajegbomogun, F.O (2010) Best Practices in the Management of Electronic Records in an Emerging Digital Environment of Public and Private Television Station in South-West, Nigeria.
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