Prof. (Mrs.)

ONIFADE Fehintola Nike 

Short Profile

Ph.D, University of Ibadan, Ibadan 2004 – 2014

MLS, University of Ibadan, Ibadan 1994 – 1996

B.A, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos 1988- 1992

Her research interest is in the field of Library and Knowledge Management, Emerging Technologies in Library and Information Science, as well as Learning Technologies/Information Literacy and Library Use / Users’ Study

a). Mortenson Associates, Centre for International Library Program, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA 2009

b). Travel grant 2013, The International Association of Scientific and Technological University Libraries, Annual Conference, Cape Town, 2013.

c). Tetfund grant 2013, 14th Annual International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists World Congress, Ithaca, New York, USA. 22-24 July 2013

University Librarian

(a) Member, Nigerian Library Association, No 00952
(b) Member, American Library Association, No 1267656
(c) Member, International Federation of Library and information Association (IFLA), No 0002
(d) Member, Association of Women Librarians in Nigeria
(e) Certified Librarian of Nigeria (Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria) LRCN, No 01067

1. Oyewunmi, O.O, Alegbeleye, G.O, and Onifade, F. N (2015) Information and Communication Technology and Its Effect on Newspaper Utilisation in University Libraries in Nigeria. presented at the 2015 International Federation of Library and Information Association, World Congress in August 2015 Cape Town

2. Ajiboye, B. A, Onifade, F.N, Ogunlana, E.K, and Oladeinde, A.A (2019) Information Literacy training for postgraduate students: a primordial experience of a Federal University of Agriculture. Presented at the International Conference on Information Literacy (ICIL) North-West University, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa, September 24, 2019

UNPUBLISHED WORKSHOP/CONFERENCE PAPERS PRESENTED
1. Onifade, F.N (2019), Turning your Library into a Social Hub. A Paper presented during the 2018, Conference/Annual General Meeting of the Ogun State Branch of Nigerian Library Association held at the Federal College of Education, Osiele, Abeokuta on the 5th of February, 2019
2. Onifade, F.N (2016), Academic Libraries in Nigeria, Crawling, Walking and Running but yet to Reach their Destination. A paper presented at the Valley Library, Oregon State University, Corvallis 2016.
3. Onifade, F.N (2014), Creating a Positive Professional Image: Managing your Personal Image. An in-house seminar presented to Nimbe Adedipe Library Staff, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. June 10, 2014.
4.Onifad e, F.N (2012), Information Sourcing and Plagiarism. Chapel Seminar presented to Academic Staff and Students, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Nigeria, February 22, 2012
5. Onifade, F.N (2012) Re-branding Customer Service in Academic Libraries in Nigeria Through the Use of Fish Philosophy. An In-House Workshop presented to Adekunle Alalade Library Staff, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Nigeria. January 20, 2012
6. Onifade, F.N (2010), Fish Philosophy an Alternate Approach to Customer Services in the Library: An In – House Workshop presented to Nimbe Adedipe Library Staff, University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, February 10, 2010,
7. Onifade, F.N (2009), Library Services in Nigerian Academic Libraries, a paper presented during the Annual Conference of Illinois Library Association in Peoria, Illinois, USA. October 8, 2009
8. Reading Techniques and Effective Use of Library. A paper presented to the Association of Water Resources Management and Agricultural Meteorology Students, at University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. June 18, 2008

(a) THESIS / DESSERTATION
1. F. N Adebiyi, (1991) Is Suicide a Solution to Man’s Problems? (Unpublished B.A (Hons) Philosophy Thesis in the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos, submitted in partial fulfillment for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts)
2. F. N Adebiyi, (1996) Information Needs of, and Dissemination to the Deaf in Ibadan Metropolis. (Unpublished MLS Thesis in the Department of Library, Archival and Information Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan)
3. F. N Onifade, (2014) Knowledge Sharing among Librarians and Organisational Culture as Factors affecting Organisational effectiveness of Federal University Libraries in Nigeria. (Unpublished PhD Dissertation in the Department of Library, Archival and Information Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan)

(b) ARTICLES IN LEARNED JOURNALS
1. Opeke, Rosaline and Adebiyi, Nike (1996) Keeping the Deaf Informed; A Study of Information Needs of the Deaf Secondary Schools Students in Ibadan, Nigerian. Library and Information Science Review, 14 (1&2) 77- 81. (Published by the Nigerian Library Association Oyo State Branch).

2. Onifade, F.N (2002) Readership Typology and Reading Habits: A Case Study of Simeon Adebo Library, Abeokuta Ogun State Nigeria. Gateway Library Journal, 5(1&2) 77- 84.
(Published by the Nigerian Library Association Ogun State Branch).

3. Onifade, F. N (2003) Staffing and Services Provision in Nigerian Agricultural University Libraries. Nigerian Library and Information Science Review, 21(2) 8- 13. (Published by the Nigerian Library Association Oyo State Branch).

4. Oduwole, A.A, Onifade, F. N and Akintola, B.O (2004) Patterns of Use of the Reserved Book Collections (RBC) in Nigerian Agricultural University Library. Owena Journal of Library of Library and Information Science, 1(1) 59-68. (Published by the Nigerian Library Association Ondo State Branch).

5. Onifade, F. N (2006) Awareness and Use of Special Collections in Southwest Nigeria University Libraries. Gateway Library Journal, 9 (1) 42-50. Published by the Nigerian Library Association Ogun State Branch.

6. Onifade, F. N & Sowole, A.O (2009) Use and Non-Use of Books in a Nigerian University of Agriculture Library. Journal of Library and Information Science, (JOLIS) 6 (1) 76-89.
Published by Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria.

7. Salaam, M.O & Onifade, F. N (2009) Academic Status and the Doctoral Degree Requirement for Promotion of Librarians in Nigerian University Libraries. Library Philosophy and Practice, Paper 249 (3) 20-25. Available on
http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/249 (Published by the Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)

8. Salaam, M.O & Onifade, F. N (2010), Perceptions and Attitudes of Students in Relation to Vandalism in a University Library. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 57(2) 46-49 Available on http://www.niscair.res.in. Published by the National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources (NISCAIR), New Delhi, India)

9. Onifade, F. N, Onifade, G.O and Akintola, B.O, (2010) Staff Attitude to Shelving and Shelf-Reading in Academic Libraries. North Carolina Libraries 68 (2) 12-15. Available on http://www.ncl.ecu.edu/index.php/NCL/article/view/311(Publication of the North Carolina Library Association, USA)

10. Onifade, F. N (2010) Community Mobilization for Developmental Information in Yewa Land: The Role of Voluntary Organization, Borno Library, Archival and Information Science Journal 9 (2) 137- 148. Published by the Nigerian Library Association Borno State Branch.

11. Onifade, F. N and Sowole, A.O. (2011) Reference Services in a University Library: Awareness and Perception of by Undergraduate Students Nigeria. PNLA Quarterly 75 (3) 137-144. Available on www.pnla.org (Published the Pacific Northwest Library Association USA)

12. Akintola, B.O, and Onifade, F. N (2011) Characteristics Study of Information Needs of Juveniles in Asero Remand Homes Abeokuta, Nigeria. Innovation: Journal of Appropriate Librarianship and Information Work in Southern Africa (42) 23-32. Available online at http://www.innovation.ukzn.ac.za/innovationbase.htm. (Published by the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)

13. Onifade, G.O, Onifade, F. N, Omotosho, A.O. and Nwaogu, H. (2011). The Impact of Nigerian University Libraries in Accreditation of Academic Programmes: A Case Study. PNLA Quarterly, 75(4) 49-58. Available on www.pnla.org (Published the Pacific Northwest Library Association USA)

14. Onifade, G.O and Onifade F. N (2011) Staffing Pattern of State Colleges of Education Libraries in Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice, 2011 Annual Volume (664)1-13. Available at http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/664. (Published by the Libraries at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)

15. Onifade, F. N, Busayo, I.O and Bamgboye, O.B. (2011) Teaching the Use of Library as a Credit Earning Course in University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Library and Information Science Digest (5) 39-57. (Published by Nigerian Library Association,Anambra State, Nigeria)

16. Onifade, F. N (2011) Re-branding Customer Service in Nigerian University Libraries. Tincity Journal of Library, Archival and Information Science 2(2) 114-117. (Published by the Nigerian Library Association, Plateau State Chapter, Nigeria)

17. Alabi, O.A, Onifade, F. N and A.A Sokoya (2013) Social Media in Agricultural Research in Nigeria: A Suitable Platform for Connections and Networking. Communicate: Journal of Library and Information Science 15 (1) 76-86. (Published by the Department
of Library and Information Science, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria)

18. Onifade, F. N, Sowole, A. O and Idowu, T A (2015) Students’ Attitude to Library Registration: An Assessment of Fresh and Returning Undergraduate Students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice paper (1337) 1-17. Available at http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/1337. (Published by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)

*19. Onifade, G.O, Popoola, S.O, and Onifade, F. N (2016) Teaching Effectiveness, Cognitive Styles and Utilization of Library Information Resources among Academic Staff in Nigerian Library and Information Science Schools. Current Studies in Librarianship. 32 (2) 143-164. Published by Clarion University of Pennsylvania USA)

*20. Onifade, F. N, Akintola, B.O, and Uthman, K.O (2017) Mentoring and Career Development among Women Librarians in Ogun State, Nigeria, Journal of Association of Women Librarians in Nigeria 1(1) 73-86. (Published by the Association of Women Librarians in Nigeria)

*21. Onifade, F. N and Bridges, L (2018) Sister Library Cooperation: Inspiring Cross-Cultural Capability among Librarians and Enhancing Universal Access to Information and Knowledge. International Federation of Library Association and Institute (IFLA)Journal 44(1) 44-55 (Published by Sage Publication United Kingdom). DOI:10.1177/0340035217751959

*22. Onifade, F. N and Akintola, B.O (2017) The Use of ICT for Information a Knowledge Sharing by Smallholder Farmer in Ogun State Nigeria. Nigeria Library Link: A Journal of Library and Information Science 16(1&2) 83-95. (Published by Enugu State University, Awka, Nigeria)

*23. Onifade, F. N, Okoro, C.O. and Boakye, G.O. (2018) Career Progression of Librarians In Nigeria and Ghana Universities. Information Impact: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management. 9 (3) 33-46 available at https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/iijkm.v9i3.3 (Published by the Information Practitioners Network, Nigeria)

*24. Onifade, F. N. Ajiboye, B.A and Salaam M.O (2018) Transforming the Library Service: From Library News Bulletin to Library Facebook Page. University of Ibadan Journal of Library and Information Science 1(2) 17-31. (Published by the University of
Ibadan.)

*25. Akintola, B.O, Onifade, F. N and Otunla, A.O (2020) Institutional Policy and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in University Libraries in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Communicate: Journal of Library and Information Science 22(1) 120 -134. (Published by the Department of Library and Information Science, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria)

(c). ARTICLES ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION
1. Akintola, B.O, Onifade, F.N, Adetomiwa, Basiru and Ajiboye, B. A, (2019) Staff Development Activities in the Digital Era: A Study of Selected University Libraries in Ondo State, Nigeria. Accepted for publication by Journal of Association of Women Librarians in Nigeria (AWLIN) 3(1) (Letter of Acceptance dated August 2, 2019)

2. Akintola, B.O, Adeeko, C.O, Onifade, F. N and Otunla, A.O (2020) Influence of Staff Development on Service Delivery of Female Library Staff in State Universities in Southwest Nigeria. Accepted for publication by the Nigerian Journal of Library and Information Science 4 (2)(Published by the Department of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of Ibadan) (Letter of Acceptance dated June 20, 2020)

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