Degree: B.Sc., MLS.
Dept: University Library
Academic Rank: Principal Librarian
Research Interest: Academic and special libraries, User Studies, Law library and Information Centres
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATES
MLIS (Masters in Library and Information science) – 2006
B.Agric. (Animal Production and Health) – 2001
HIGHER INSTITUTION ATTENDED WITH DATE
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria – 1990 – 1994
University of Ibadan, Ibadan – 1990 – 2001
PRIZES, HONOURS, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION: Nil
Member, Nigerian Library Association
Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria
GNS 204- The Use Of Library
(a) Journal Articles
1. O. I. Amusa (2001) “Private participation in library development in Nigeria: A review of development of Sopolu Library, Ikenne, Nigeria” Gateway Library Journal vol 4 (Nos. 1 & 2) pp. 44- 49.
2. O. K. Odusanya and O. I. Amusa (2002) “A survey of secondary school students’ understanding and use of school libraries in Ogun State” Nigerian Libraries vol 36 No. 1 pp. 45 – 52.
3. O. I. Amusa and Adekunmisi S. R. (2003) “Collection development practices in Nigerian Third Generation University Library” Library Herald vol 41, No. 1, pp. 38 – 49.
4. O. K. Odusanya and O. I. Amusa (2003) “Information needs and information seeking habits of lecturers in the Faculty of Science of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria” Samaru Journal of Information Science vol. 3, No. 1 pp. 38 – 49.
5. O. K. Odusanya and O. I. Amusa (2004) “Profiling the experience of Olabisi Onabanjo University Library Nigeria, in automation of its functions and services” Library Herald vol. 42, No. 1 pp. 11 – 24.
6. O. I. Amusa (2004) “Issues in Publishing: Audience Analysis” Journal of Library and Information Science vol. 1 (Nos 1 & 2) pp. 66 – 72.
7. O. K. Odusanya and O. I. Amusa (2004) “School library and promotion of teaching and learning in Nigerian secondary schools” Nigerian School Library Journal vol. 5, no. 1 pp. 38 – 46.
8. W. O. Lawal and O. I. Amusa (2005) “Library and Information Science: The need for their promotion in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Lagos Journal of Library and Information Science vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 32 – 42.
9. O. I. Amusa (2005) “Availability and usage of Information Technology in selected Nigerian Academic and Law firm libraries” International Library Movement vol. 27, no. 4 pp. 213 – 228.
10. E. A. Adesoye and O. I. Amusa (2005) “Secondary school students’ perception of library usage on their academic performance” Educational Management International vol. , No. 1 pp. 147 – 162.
11. F. A. Oyesiku, O. I. Amusa and A. O. Odunewu (2006) “Resources, services and management of academic law libraries and law firm libraries” International Library Movement vol. 28, No. 4, pp. 181 – 205.
12. O. K. Odusanya and O. I. Amusa (2006) “Mentoring and getting published” Journal of Library and Information Science vol. 3, nos 1 & 2, pp. 10 – 22.
13. F. A. Oyesiku and O. I. Amusa (2008) “Newspapers Law Report usage among law students in Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye” Gateway Library Journal vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 12 – 24.
14. E. A. Adesoye and O. I. Amusa (2009) “An investigation into Library and Information Technology usage by graduate students of University of Bostwana” Gateway Library Journal vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 46 – 56.
15. O. I. Amusa and A. E. Adesoye (2010) “Library and information needs of part-time and sandwich students of two public universities in Ogun State Nigeria” Accepted for publication by INKAYINSO: South African Journal of Social Sciences.
16. L. F. Osinulu and O. I. Amusa (2010) “Information Technology, Quality Assurance and Academic Library Management” Library Philosophy and Practice. Available at http://UniLib.unl.edu/Lpp/ Osinulu-amusa.htm. 13p.
17. O. I. Amusa and Iyoro A. O. (2011) “Appraisal of Classification Scheme and their effectiveness in organizing law collection in Nigerian Law Faculties. Available at http://UniLib.unl.edu/Lpp/ Amusa-Iyoro.htm. 10p.
18. F. A. Oyesiku and O. I. Amusa (2009) “Academic librarians’ perception of monetary and non-monetary motivators on their productivity”. Accepted for publication by Gyankosh: The Journal of Library and Information Management (Letter of Acceptance issued).
19. A. A. Salman and O. I. Amusa (2011) “Business planning, information preference and use as predictors of banking operations in Nigeria. Accepted for publication by Library Philosophy and Practice. Available at http://UniLib.unl.edu/Lpp/ Salman-Amusa.htm.
20. O. I. Amusa and Salman A. A. (2011) “Information preference and use among Bank Managers in Nigeria”. (Submitted to PNLA Quarterly).
1. F. A. Oyesiku, R. O. Akinbode, O. I. Amusa and A. O. Odunewu eds. (2009) “Current Trends in Library and Information Sciences”. Essays in honour of Late O. K. Odusanya, Ibadan: BIB Press Nig. Ltd. 308p.
2. O. K. Odusanya and O. I. Amusa (2006) “Teachers perception of the roles of School Library in Nigerian Secondary Schools” In perspective in Nigerian Education: Issues of the New Millennium, Ibadan: Bgash Moses Publishers, pp. 53 – 64.
3. O. I. Amusa (2009) “A discourse on standards for academic libraries in Colleges of Education, “A discourse on standards for academic libraries in Colleges of Education, Polytechnics and Universities” In Current Trends in Library and Information Science: Essays in honour of Late O. K. Odusanya, edited by F. A. Oyesiku, and others. Ibadan: BIB Press Nig. Ltd. pp. 46 – 56.
(c) Published Conference Paper
1. Ogunlana, E. K. and Amusa, O. I. (2008) “Effective library and information services sustainability and the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)” In Development and Sustainability in Nigeria Education System: proceedings of the 2nd Annual National Conference of the Institute of Education, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, pp. 200 – 208.
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