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BAMIGBOYE Olusola Bamidele 

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Bamigboye, Olusola Bamidele is a Library Professor and Head, Readers’ Services Department of ‘Nimbe Adedipe Library, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Ogun State, Nigeria. He holds Certificate in Computer Appreciation, Bachelor of Education, Masters in Library and Information Studies and Ph.D. from University of Ibadan, Ibadan Oyo State, Nigeria. His  research interest are Electronic Media Resources, Information and Library Management. Dr. Bamigboye has been privileged to work in all Units, Sections and Departments in the Library. He is a member of many Departmental and University committees. Dr. Bamigboye lectures and supervises under and postgraduate students at the Department of Communication and General Studies, Library and Information Studies Unit. He won Conference Attendance Grant in 2013, from Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund).  He has 43 publications in both National and International Journals. He had also attended many Local and International trainings, workshops and conferences where papers were presented. Dr. Bamigboye is a member of  many Academic and Professional bodies.

PhD, University of Ibadan, Ibadan 2008-2016
MLS, University of Ibadan, Ibadan 1999-2001
B.Ed, University of Ibadan, Ibadan 1992-1997
SSCE, Olojuoro Grammar School, Olojuoro Ibadan 1987-1988

Electronic Media Resources, Information and Library Management

Tertiary Education Trust fund (TETfund) Conference attendance Grant 2013
Best Academic Staff Award, 2019 by Nimbe Adedipe Library, FUNAAB

Member, Librarians’ Registration Council of Nigeria (LRCN)
Member, Nigerian Library Association (NLA)
Member, Nigerian School Library Association (NSLA)
Member, Association of Applied Information Management Professionals (AIMP)

Workshop on Re-modelling Library and Information Literacy Programmes in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria: Practical Options for Information Professionls Organised by The U.S. Consulate General Lagos and University of Lagos held on September 8th-9th, 2021.
(ii) Challenges of Library and Information Science Profession in New Normal Context Organised by Dept. of Library and Information Science,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka,National Science Library Resource Centre of National Sience Foundatin and Dept. of Library and Informtion Science, University of Kerala, India. 23rd August, 2021
(iii) Higher and Tertiary Education Staff Promotion-Current State and the way Forward Organised by Association of African Universties. 22nd June, 2021,2pm ID:890 46466034.Password:245214, https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kbKXKXBWFT
(iv) Public Presentation of the Eaglescan Plagiarism Detection Software Organised by Association of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities, held at Abuja on 27th April, 2021.
(v) Public and Community Libraries Section (AFLIA) Presents Theme: The future of Public Library Services and Covid-19 Pandemic. 30 July, 2020, 12pm (GMT), ID: 88241456007, Password: 882 4145 6007, https://usO2web.zoom.us/j/
(vi) HENDB Central Library of Assam Down Town University in Collaboration with Assam College Library Association (ACLA). National Webinar on Effective Use of Online E-Resources and ELearning Platforms for Quality Enhancement. 26 July, 2020, 3:00pm, https://chat.whatsapp.com/G9DQOicRPCaHmQv6ZVVjxf
(vii) Information Technology Section (NLA) Presents Live Webinar Social Media Management Apps for Promoting Library and Information Services. 21 July, 2020, 11am-1pm (WAT), ID:850 6241 7582, Password: 623382, https://bit.ly/3hovx2v
(viii) Association of Applied Information Management Professionals (AIMP) Presents Theme: Covid-19- New Normal: Communication in a new normal. Zoom 15July, 2020,7:00pm, ID:868 0624 6471, Password 820345, https://forms.gle/owieUwxVtseNKvKa7
(ix) Effective Study and Review of Processes, Practices and Systems to Achieve Corruption-Free MDAs held at Anti-Corruption Academy of Nigeria (ACAN), Keffi, Nasarawa State between 18-20 June, 2019
(x) 18th National Conference of the Nigeria Association of Library and Information Science Educators theme: Issue in Library and Information Studies Education in Nigeria. Held at University of Ibadan Conference Centre. Between 9th-13th May, 2016
(xi) 31st Annual National Conference of Nigerian School Library Association held at Federal College of Education, Abeokuta Ogun State. 24th-28th, Oct,. 2016
(xii) 30th Annual National Conference of Nigerian School Library Association held at University of Ibadan, Oyo State. 26th-30th, Oct., 2015
(xiii) 29th Annual National Conference of Nigerian School Library Association held at University of Ibadan, Oyo State. 23rd -27th, Oct., 2014
(ivx) The 34th Conference of the International Association of Scientific and Technological University Libraries (IATUL) Held at Cape Town, South Africa. 14th-18th April, 2013
(xv) Building Research Competence for Library and Information held at Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria. 22nd Sept., 2012
(xvi) 24th National Annual Conference of the Nigerian School Library Association held at University of Ibadan, Oyo State. 27th-31st Oct., 2009
(xvii) National Annual Conference of the Nigerian School Library Association (NSLA) held at University of Ibadan, Oyo State. 27th- 31st October, 2008
(xviii) Nigeria International Book Fair held at University of Lagos 5th May, 2008
(ixx) National Annual Conference of the Nigerian School Library Association (NSLA) at University of Ibadan. 25th -31st Oct., 2007
(xx) Nigeria International Book Fair held at Multi-purpose Hall of Unilag. 10th June, 2007
(xxi) National general meeting and conference of NLA held in Abeokuta, Ogun State. 15th July 2005
(xxii) Annual general meeting and conference of NLA Ogun State Chapter held at Federal College of Education Osiele, Abeokuta. 24th November, 2004
(xxiii) Olabisi Onabanjo University 1st workshop on research for National Development held at the main campus, OOU, Ago-lwoye, 16th November, 2004
(ivxx) Workshop on the secrets of writing publishing paper organized by WALISJE held at the National Library, Lagos 4th August, 2004

Thesis/Dissertation
(1) Bamigboye, O.B. (2016). Electronic Media Resource Factors and Teachers’ ICT Competence as Correlates of Federal Unity School Students’ Performance in English Language in Southwestern Nigeria. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
(2) Bamigboye, O.B. (2001).Personnel Motivation and Retention in the Book Industry in Nigeria. A Case Study of Evans, Spectrum, UPL, AUP, Macmillan, Heineman, and Onibon-oje. Unpublished MLS Project. University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
(ii) Journal Articles in Print:
(1) Agboola, I.O., Bamigboye, O.B., and Owolabi, R.O. (2021): Students’ Awareness, Perception, Knowledge and Information Needs Towards Management of Diabetes in Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Communicate: Journal of Library and Information Science, 23(1)100-109. Published by Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria.
(2) Bamigboye, O.B., Aderibigbe, N.A., and Oduwole, O.K. (2020): Social Media Tools as Mediums of Effective Services Delivery in University Libraries in Ogun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Library and Information Science Studies, 6(3)49-59. Published by European Centre for Research, Training and Development (UK) Available Online at https://www.eajournals.org/journals/international-journal-library-information-science-studies-ijliss/vol-6-issue-3-june-2020/
(3) Bamigboye, O.B., Aderibigbe, N.A., and Ekeh, E.M. (2020): Web 2.0 Tools for Promoting Effective Users’ Srvices in Selected University Libraries in Southwest, Nigeria. Nigerian School Library Journal, 19(2)62-77, Published by Nigerian School Library Association, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. Available Online at https://nigerianschoollibraryjournal.com

(4) Bamigboye, O.B., Ogunyinka, B.A., and Aderibigbe, N.A. (2020): Knowledge Sharing and Utilisation as Means of Service Delivery Among Library Personnel in Selected Universities in Southwest, Nigeria. 6(2)1-13. Published by ECRTD (UK) Available Online at https://www.eajournals.org/journals/international-journal-library-information-science-studies-ijliss/vol-6-issue-2-may-2020/
(5) Bamigboye, O.B., Ekeh, E.M., and Agboola, I.O. (2019): Utilisation of Web 2.0 Tools for Effective Library Services by Librarans in University Libraries in Southwest, Nigeria. International Journal of Library and Information Science Studies. 5(4)36-47. Published by European Centre for Research, Training and Development (UK) Available Online at https://www.eajournals.org/journals/international-journal-library-information-science-studies-ijliss/vol-5-issue-4-october-2019/
(6) Agboola, I.O., Bamigboye, O.B., and Owolabi, R.O. (2019): Postgraduate Schools’ Satisfaction with Library Services at tha Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice. 2508:1-18. Published by University of Nebraska, Lincoln (USA). Available Online at http://digital commons.unl.edu/libphi/prac/

(7) Bamigboye,O.B., Oduwole, O.K., and Ogunyinka, B.A. (2019): Utilisation of Social Media as Means of Promoting Library Services in Nigerian University Libraries. World Journal of Innovative Research. 6(2)126-133. Published by Nextgen Research publication. Available Online at https://www.wjir.org/download_data/WJIR0602046.pdf
(8) Bamigboye, O.B., Adenekan, F.N., and Olude, B.A. (2018): Knowledge Sharing and Research Output Among Academic Staff of Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Ogun State Nigeria. Research Journal of Journal and Information Science. 2(3)9-13. Published by SRYAHWA Publication. Available Online at http://www.sryahwapublication.com/research-journal-of-library-and-information-science/volume-2-issue-3
(9) Bamigboye, O.B., Agboola, I.O., Emmanuel, S.O., and Adegbaye, S.I. (2018): New Trend of Study Behavior of Students of Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Ogun State Nigeria: A Case Study of Nigerian Students. Journal of Library and Information Sciences. 6(1)4-9, Published by American Research Institute for Policy Development, New York USA. Available Online at https://doi.org./10.15640/jlis.v6n1a2
(10) Bamigboye, O.B., Odunlade R.O., Agboola, I.O., and Emmanuel, S.O. (2018): Electronic Resources as a Panacea for Research Output of Academic Staff: A Case Study of Nigerian University. Journal of Library and Information Sciences. 6(1)32-36, Published by American Research Institute for Policy Development, New York USA. Available Online at https://doi.org./10.15640/jlis.v6n1a5
(11) Bamigboye, O.B., Alegbeleye, M.O., and Aramide, K.A. (2016): Availability of Electronic Media Resource and its Contribution to the Teaching of English Language in Federal Unity Schools in Southwest Nigeria. Benue Journal of Library, Management and Information Science. 6(2):153-162, Published by Nigerian Library Association. Benue State Chapter.
(12) Bamigboye, O.B., Agboola, I.O., and Ogunlana, E.K. (2016): Teachers’ Competence and Utilisation of Electronic Media Resources by English Language Teacher in Federal Unity Schools in Southwest Nigeria. Information Trends. 15: 38-46, Published by Nigerian Library Association. Kaduna State Chapter.
(13) Agboola, I.O., Bamigboye, O.B., George, A.E., Omotoso, A.O., and Bello, T.O. (2015): Perception of Library Staff on the Preservation and Conservation of Library Resources in the Federal University of Agriculture Library, Abeokuta. Nigerian Libraries. 48(1&2):107-120, Published by Nigerian Library Association.
(14) Bakare, D.O., Bamigboye, O.B., and Chiemenem, M.C. (2015): Students’ Perception in an Academic Library: The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Experience. Information Impact: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management. 6(1):105-116, Published by Information Practioners Network. (Nigeria) Available Online at www.informationimpact.org.
(15) Bamigboye, O.B., Bakare, O.D.,Okenedo, S., Nduka, S.C., and Ajegbomogun, F.O. (2015): Funding of Academic Libraries: A Case Study of Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund). Benue Journal of Library, Management and Information Science. 5(1):81-88, Published by Nigerian Library Association. Benue State Chapter.
(16) Bakare, O.D., Chiemenem, C.M., Bamigboye, O.B., and Okonedo, S. ( 2015): Social Media Tools as Medium for Knowledge Sharing Among Students and Academic Staff of Nigeria Universities: Case Study of Students’ and Academic Staff of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State Nigeria. New Media and Mass Communication. 35:35-46, Published by International Institute For Science Technology and Education (USA) Available Online at www.iiste.org.
(17) Okonedo, S., Popoola, S.O., Emmanuel, S.O., and Bamigboye, O.B. (2015): Correlation Analysis of Demographic Factors, Self-Concept and Research Productivity of Librarians in Public Universities in South-West, Nigerian. International Journal of Library Science. (3):43-52, Published by Scientific & Academic (USA) Available Online at www.supub.org.
(18) Adegbaye, S.I., Quadri, G.O., Bamigboye, O.B., and Alawiye, M.K. (2015): Application of ICT for Effective Delivery of Library Services in Academic Libraries in Southwestern, Nigeria. Communicate: Journal of Library and Information Science. 17(2)28-36, Published by Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, Nigeria.
(19) Agboola, I.O., Okorie, C.N., Omotoso, A.O., Bamigboye, O.B., and Bello, T.O. (2015): Electronic Information Usage of Academic as Correlate to Research Output in a Nigerian University of Agriculture. Nigerian Library Link- A Journal of Library and Information Science. 14(1&2)39-52, Published by Enugu State University of Science and Technology Library, Enugu Nigeria.
(20) Okonedo, S., Amusa, O.I., Bakare, O.D., Bamigboye, O.B.,and Alawiye, M.K. (2014): ICT Influence on Globalization of Library and Information Services Delivery in Academic Libraries in South West, Nigeria. Information and Knowledge Management. 4(12):205-211, Published by International Institute For Science Technology and Education (USA) Available Online at www.iiste.org.
(21) Bamigboye, O.B., Bakare, O.D., Ajiboye, B.A., Okonedo, S., and Lawal,W.O. (2014): New Trend in Service Delivery at Serial Department of ‘Nimbe Adedipe Library of Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta Ogun State, Nigeria. Information Trends. 11:1-5, Published by The Nigerian Library Association. Kaduna State Chapter.
(22) Bamigboye, O.B., Bankole, O.M., Ajiboye, B.A., and George, A.E. (2013): Teachers’ Attitude and Competence Towards the Use of ICT Resources: A Case Study of University of Agriculture Lecturers, Abeokuta Ogun State Nigeria. The Information Manager. 13(1&2):10-15, Published by Department of Library & Information Science Ahmadu Bello University. Zaria Available Online at www, ajol, info.
(23) Ajiboye, B.A., Bello.T.O., Owolabi, K.O., and Bamigboye, O.B. (2013): Pains and Gains of the Use of Online Cataloguing Tools by Library Personnel in South-West Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria. PEARL: Journal of Library and Information Science. 7(4): 214-222, Published by University Library Teacher’s Association of A.P. Hyderabad.( India) Available Online at www.indianjournal.com.
(24) Bakare, O.D., Owolabi, O.A., Bamigboye, O.B., and Bankole, O.M. (2013): Factors Affecting Library Use by Academic Staff and Students of Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State. PNLA Quarterly Journal. 77(3):144-15, Published by The Pacific Northwest Library Association, (USA). Available Online at www.pnla.org (spring2013).
(25) Bamigboye, O.B., Agboola, I.O., and Okorie, C.N. (2012): Competency of Academic Librarians in Using Information and Communication Technology in Service Delivery: A Study of University Libraries in Nigeria. Journal of Library and Information Science. 37(2):1-8, Published by Department of Library and Information Science, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 (India).
(26) Bamigboye, O. B., Alawiye, M . A ., and Nduka, S . C . (2012): Managing Library Resources For Generational Use: Case Study of Two Federal Universities in Southwest, Nigeria. PNLA Quarterly Journal. 76(3):144-150, Published by The Pacific Northwest Library Association, (USA). Available Online at www.pnla.org (spring2012).
(27) Bamigboye, O. B. and Owolabi, K. A. (2012): Use of Electronic Resources in Nigerian University Of Agriculture. Communicate: Journal of Library and Information Science. 14(1):33-42, Published by The Department of Library and Information Science, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.
(28) Bamigboye, O. B. and Salaam, M. O . (2011) : The Impact of Education Trust Fund Intervention Grant to Higher Institutions in Nigeria: Study of Academic Libraries. Journal of Library, Archival and Information Science. 2(2):12-15, Published by The Nigerian Library Association. Plateau State Chapter.
(29) Owolabi, K. A., Bamigboye, O. B., Agboola, I. O., and Lawal, W. O. (2011): Resources Sharing in Nigerian University Libraries: A Survey. Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Electronic Reserve. 21(4):207-216, Published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, England (UK). Available Online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1072303x.2011.60459.
(30) Agboola, I. O. and Bamigboye, O. B. (2011): Students’ Level of Study and User of Library Resources in Nigerian Universities: A Comparative Study. Library Philosophy and Practice. 528:45-52, Published by University of Nebraska, Lincoln (USA). Available Online at http://unllib.unl.edu./LPP/.
(31) Onifade, F. O., Busayo, I. O., and Bamigboye, O. B. (2011): Teaching the Use of Library as a Credit Earning Course in University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Library & Information Science. 5:39-46, Published by The Nigerian Library Association. Anambra State Chapter.
(32) Salaam, M. O. and Bamigboye, O. B. (2011): Stress and Frustration in the Use of ICT Facilities in Nigerian University Libraries: A Study of Some Selected Universities in the Southwest of Nigeria. PNLA Quarterly Journal. Published by The Pacific Northwest Library Association, (USA). 75(2):1-6, Available Online at http://www.pnla.org/quarterly/winter2011/PNLAQ75-2winter2011pdf.
(33) Bamigboye, O. B. and Agboola. I. O. (2011): Availability and Accessibility of Internet Facilities in Nigerian University Libraries: A Case Study of Two Federal Universities in Southwest, Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice. 547:30-35, Published by University of Nebraska. Lincoln (USA). Available Online at http://unllib.unl.edu./LPP/.
(34) Durodolu, O. O., Bamigboye, O. B., and Okunnu, H. O. (2010): Relevance of Information and Communication Technology to users of Media Centres: A survey of Lagos State University Multimedia Centre. Journal of Studies, Library & Information Science and Instructional Technology. 2(2):46-53, Published by Abadina Media Resources Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
(35) Bamigboye, O. B. and Ojo, R. A. (2010): Perception of the Internet as an Enabler of Scholarship Among Postgraduate Students of the University of Ibadan, Oyo State. Library Philosophy and Practice. 394:26-32, Published by University of Nebraska, Lincoln (USA). Available Online at http://unllib.unl.edu./LPP/.
(36) Bamigboye, O. B., Ogunlana, E. K., and Okunlaya, R. O. (2010): Availability and Utilization of Media Resources in Selected Secondary Schools in Ibadan North Local Government of Oyo State, Nigeria. Gateway Library Journal (GLJ), 13(2):85-92, Published by The Nigerian Library Association. Ogun State Chapter.
(37) Bamigboye, O. B., Buraimo, O., and Ajani, F. A. (2008): Job Satisfaction and Performance of Academic Librarians in Nigerian Universities in Southwest Nigeria. An International Journal of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). 5(2):91-100, Published by Association of Information Professionals of Nigeria. Available Online at www.ajol.info (Nigeria).
(38) Bamigboye, O. B. and Buraimo, K. O. (2008): The Preservation of Library Materials: A Case Study of Olabisi Onabanjo University Library, Ago-lwoye and Kenneth Dike Library, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. Delta Library Journal (DLJ). 2(1&2):1-13, Published by Nigerian Library Association. Delta State Chapter.
(39) Bamigboye, O. B., Aderibigbe, N. A., and Buraimo, O. K. (2007): Information Communication and Dialogue in Conflict Management: A Case Study of Olabisi Onabanjo University Students and Ago-lwoye Community. Journal of Library and Information Science. 4(1&2):23-38, Published by Olabisi Onabanjo University University, Ago-Iwoye.
(40) Bamigboye, O. B. (2007): Evaluation of Library Services Delivery in Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria. Library Management. 28(3):152-162, Published by Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom (UK). Available Online at www.emeraldinsight.com/lm.htm.
(41) Bamigboye, O. B. and Aderibigbe, N. A. (2004): Personnel Motivation and Job Performance in Some Selected Publishing Houses in Ibadan. Journal of Library and Information Science. 1 (1&2):73-82, Published by Olabisi Onabanjo University University, Ago-Iwoye.
(42) Bamigboye, O. B. and Aderibigbe, N. A. (2003): Information Utilization as a correlation of Personnel Effective in some Selected Published Firms in Ibadan, Nigeria. Borno Library and Information Science Journal. 2(1):210-217, Published by The Nigerian Library Association. (Nigeria). Borno State Chapter.
(ii) Chapter in Book:
(43) Bamigboye, O. B. and Durodolu, O. (2009): New Trend in Media Resources Management and Challenges for the Media Specialists. In Current Trends in Library and Information Science: Edited by Oyesiku, F.A etal. (eds.),192-207. Ibadan: Published by Bib Press Nigeria Ltd. P. 308.
(iii) Research Completed :
(1) Bamigboye, O.B., Agboola, I.O., and Akintola, B.O. (2021). Timely Provisio of Quality Services Delivery Among Library Personnel in Seleted Universities in Southwest, Nigeria
(2) Bamigboye, O.B., Agboola, I.O.,Olude, B.A., and Akintola, B.O. (2021). Access and Use of Eletronic Information Resources as Determinants of Research Output of Academic Staff in Selected Universities in Ogun State, Nigeria
(iv) Research in Progress:
(1) Bamigboye, O. B. Providing Effective and Timely library services for Students and Staff at INHURD Library.
(2) Bamigboye, O. B. Media Resources and Technology Transfer in Delivering Library services.
(3) Bamigboye, O. B. An Assessment of the Library Application Software Packages in Selected Academics Libraries in Nigeria.
(4) Bamigboye, O.B. Implementation of KOHA Integrated Library Management Software (ILMS): The Nimbe Adedipe Library Experience.
(5) Bamigboye, O.B. Knowledge Sharing for Stimulating Learning Environment in the Universities in Nigeria.

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