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DR. SALMAN ABDULSALAM ABIODUN

POSITION/ STATUS: SENIOR LECTURER

OFFICE: DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE

PHONE: 08132950071

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UNIVERSITY EDUCATION: (With dates- Starting with the latest)

University of Zululand, KwaDlangezwa, South Africa                               2012-2016

Usumanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Nigeria                                     2007-2009

University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria                                                   2002-2004

Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria                                                          1994-1998

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria                                                1992-1994

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria                                               1985-1986

       

SECONDARY OR TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Ansarul-Islam Secondary School, Ilorin                                               1982-1983

Government Secondary School, Afon, Kwara State                               1977-1982   

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS AND DIPLOMAS:  (With dates and granting bodies- Starting with the latest)

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Library and Information Science           2016

Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)                                     2009

Masters in Library and Information Science (MLIS)                            2004      

Bachelor of Library Science (BLS)                                                    1998

Diploma in Library Science (DLS)                                                     1994

Certificate in Library Science (CLS)    Distinction                                1986

O’level Certificate                                                                           1982

O’level Certificate                                                                           1983

PhD (KwaDlangezwa); PGDE (UDU); MLIS (Ibadan); B.A (L.S) Kano; D.L.S (Zaria)

      AREAS OF SPECIALISATION/RESEARCH INTEREST

  1. Public Information Provision and Utilisation
  2. Cataloguing and Classification
  3. Indexing and Abstracting
  4. Collection Development

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES: (With dates and granting bodies- Starting with the latest)

  1. Chartered Librarian of Nigeria (CLN)

           Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria (LRCN)                                   May, 2005

     2.   Member, Nigerian Library Association (N.L.A)                                   1990 - Date

     3.   Member, Library and Information Association of South Africa (LIASA)   2013 - Date


Some of his publications are:

PUBLICATIONS:

JOURNALS: 

1.  Salman, A. A., Mostert, B. J., & Mugwisi, T. (2014): Issues and Trends in the Provision of Public Library Services in Nigeria: A literature survey. Journal of Balkan Libraries Union. 2 (1); 38-44, Published by Trakya University, Turkey. 

2. Salman, A.A., & I.O. Amusa (2014): Appraisal of Academic Performance of University of Ilorin First Year Students Using Mobile Technologies for Learning. Library and Information Science Digest: Journal of the Nigeria Library Association, Anambra State Chapter.  7 (June, 2014); 75-87, Published by Nnamdi Azikiwe, University, Awka, Nigeria.

3. Salman, A.A., & Katamba, A.S. (2014): An Assessment of the Levels of Job Motivation and Satisfaction as Predictors of Job Performance of Library Personnel in Nigerian Universities. Journal of Balkan Libraries Union. 2(2); 23-31, Published by Trakya University, Turkey.

4. Oyintola, I.A., Salman, A.A., & Ajani, F.O. (2014): Occupational Frustration Variables of the Librarians in Public Universities in South-West Nigeria. The Information Manager. 14 (1-2); 38-45, Published by the Department of Library and Information Science, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

5. Salman, A.A., Omopupa, K.T., & Oyeniyi, J.O. (2013). Online Distance Learning Programme in University of Ilorin Using 89.3FM Radio Station. Journal of Balkan Libraries Union, 1 (1); 18-23. Published by Trakya University, Turkey.

6. Oyintola, I.A., Salman, A.A., & Ajani, F.O. (2013). Knowledge and Use of Electronic Information Resources by Academics in Colleges of Animal Production, Animal Health, and Veterinary Medicine in Nigeria. International Research: Journal of Library and Information Science, IRJLIS. 3 (4); 705- 718, Published by University of Delhi, India.

7. Issa, A.O., Omopupa, K.T., & Salman, A.A. (2012). Rural Information Provision and Development: A Study of Kwara North Senatorial District of Kwara State, Nigeria. PNLA Quarterly. Spring 2012, 76:3, 171- 189. Published by Pacific Northwest Library Association, United States of America.

8. Salman, A. A. & Amusa, O. I. (2011). Business Planning, Information Preference and Use As Predictors of Banking Operations in Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice. Published by University of Nebraska-Lincoln/University of Idaho, United States of America. 2011 (November) 

9. Amusa, O. I. & Salman, A. A (2011). Information Preference and Use of Bank Managers in Nigeria. Pacific Northwest Library Association. 75 (4); Summer, 2011, 18-25. Published by Pacific Northwest Library Association, United States of America.

10. Oyeniyi, J.O., Salman, A. A. & Olaifa, P. (2011) Bibliographic Characteristics of Scientific  Research Articles in the Nigerian Institute of Agricultural Engineering (NIAE) Proceedings 2000 – 2010. Journal of Social and Management Sciences.  1 (1); 108-117. Published by Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Western Cape, South Africa. 

11. Adeyinka, Tella & Salman, A. A. (2011). Library and Information Science Undergraduate Students’ Perception on the Contribution of Mobile Technologies to Learning. Journal of Zambia Library Association. 26 (1&2). Published by Zambia Library Association, Zambia.

12. Salman, A. A. & Oyeniyi, J.O (2010). Information and Communication Technologies Accessibility and Use as Predictors of Social Competence for National Development. Journal of Library and Information Science, JOLIS. 1&2 (7); 17-32. Published by Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria.

13. Salman, A. A. & Gbola, Olasina (2010). ICT Competencies and LIS Education for Knowledge Societies. Global Review of Library and Information Science. 6, (4); 48-58. Published by Department of Library and Information Science, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 

14. Salman, A. A. (2009). Appraisal of Academic Library Standards as Measurement for Nigerian Academic Libraries. Journal of Library and Information Science, JOLIS. 6 (2); 67. Published by Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria.

15. Salman, A. A. (2007). Techniques for Effective Communication of Research Findings to Information Users. Journal of Library and Information Science, JOLIS. 4 (1&2); 12-22. Published by Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria.  

16. Salman, A. A. (2006). Challenges and Prospects of Job Opportunities for Library and Information Science Graduates in Nigeria. Journal of School of Communication and Information Technology, JOSCIT. 1 (1); 77. Published by Federal Polytechnic, Offa, Nigeria, 

17. Salman, A. A. & Issa, A.O. (2005). Library and Information Science Practice in Nigeria: Trend and Issues. The Information Technologists. 2 (2); 88. Published by Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria, Available online at:    www.ajol.info  

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:    

18. Salman, A. A., Mostert, B. J., & Mugwisi, T. (2015). Trends and Issues in the Access to and Use of  Public Library Services in Nigeria: Users’ Perspectives. Proceedings of the 16th Information Studies (IS) Annual Conference, ‘Information and Knowledge for Development IK4D’, 2-4  September, 2015, Published by University of Zululand, South Africa.

19. Salman, A. A., Mostert, B. J., & Mugwisi, T. (2014). Challenges in The Provision And Utilisation of Information Services In Public Libraries In Nigeria: A Literature Survey. Proceedings of the LIASA 15th Annual Conference, 7-11 October, 2014, International Convention Centre, Cape-Town, South Africa. Published by Library Association of South Africa. Available online at:liasa.org.za/sites/default/files/events/PPT_LIASA. 

20. Salman, A. A., Ocholla, D. N., Mostert, B. J., & Mugwisi, T. (2013). Ethical issues and challenges in the access and use of information services in public libraries in Nigeria: A PAPA model analysis. Proceedings of the 14th Annual IS Conference on ‘Information Ethics in Africa. Published by University of Zululand, 43-56. Available online at: http://www.lis.unizulu.ac.za 

21. Issa, A.O., Omopupa, K.T., & Salman, A.A. (2011).  Rural Information Provision for National Development: A Study of Kwara North Senatorial District of Nigeria. Proceedings of the Nigerian Library Association 49th National Conference and Annual General Meeting: Awka 2011. Information for All: Strategies for National Development, 10-15 July, 2011,  287-310.

22. Oyeniyi, J.O., Salman, A. A. & Olaifa, P. (2011) Bibliographic Characteristics of Scientific  Research Articles in the Nigerian Institute of Agricultural Engineering (NIAE) Proceedings 2000 – 2010. Proceedings of the International Conference on Research and Capacity Building: Attaining Africa’s 21st Century Development Goals. Published by University of Ghana, East Legon, Accra, Ghana.

23. Adeyinka, Tella & Salman, A. A. (2011). Library and Information Science Undergraduate Students’ Perception on the Contribution of Mobile Technologies to Learning. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Mobile- Libraries: Information on the Move, Published by University of Southern Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

BOOKS:

24. Salman, A. A. (2006). The Basics of Library and Information Science. Published by DeeRoot Publishers, ISBN: 978-37539-7-5.

25. Salman, A. A. (2006). From Papyrus to Machine Readable: A Survey of the History of Libraries. Published by Positive Impact Communications, ISBN: 978- 070- 125- 7.

CHAPTER CONTRIBUTION IN A BOOK:

26. Salman, A. A. e  tal  (2003). Library Catalogue and Cataloguing In:  Library and Information  Science: An Introductory Text. Published by DeeRoot Publishers, ISBN: 978-35364-3-5. Pp. 24-33.

INFORMATION ON FELLOWSHIP, MASTER’S PROJECT AND PHD THESIS:

  1. Member, PhD Panel of Examiners,  Adigun, Ganiyu Ojo (05/68/ML011). Evaluation of Library and Information Science Support Services for Learning and Instructional Delivery at National Open University, Nigeria. PhD Thesis (Successfully Completed)

  1. Member, PhD Panel of Examiners,  Adegbore, Adebayo Muritala (13/68XF001). Adoption Factors and Evaluation of Use of Integrated Library Management Systems in Selected Nigerian University Libraries. PhD Thesis (Successfully Completed)

  1. Member, PhD Panel of Examiners,  Olarongbe, Shuaib Agboola (13/68XF007). Availability, Accessibility and ICT Skills as Determinants of Electronic Information Sources Utilisation by Journalists in Nigeria. PhD Thesis (Successfully Completed)

  1. Member, PhD Panel of Examiners,  Amuda, Halimah Odunayo (13/68XF004). Predictors of Adoption of Social Media by University Library Staff in South-West Nigeria. PhD Thesis (On-going)

  1. Member, PhD Panel of Examiners,  Shaibu, Adona Sadiku (13/68XF009). Influence of Demographic Characteristics, Computer Self-efficacy and Perceptions on User-satisfaction with Electronic Libraries in Northern Nigerian Universities. PhD Thesis (Successfully Completed)

  1. Member, PhD Panel of Examiners,  Igwe, Kingsley Nwadiuto (13/68XF006). Resources Delivery Methods and Attitudes as Correlates of Information Literacy Competence of Undergraduate Students in Southern Nigerian Universities. PhD Thesis (Successfully Completed)

  1. Member, PhD Panel of Examiners,  Egunjobi, Anuoluwa Feyikemi (13/68XF005). Information Literacy, Self-Efficacy and Reference Tools as Determinants of Quality Reference Service Delivery in University Libraries, South-West, Nigeria. PhD Thesis (Successfully Completed)

  1. Supervisor, ADEGBOYE, Rabiat Evuedoya (15/68FZ005). Information Needs and Seeking Behaviors of Legal Practitioners in Lagos State, Nigeria (Masters Project)

  1. Supervisor, FANIKU, Babatunde Joseph (15/68FZ009). Comparative Analysis of Information Seeking Behaviors Among Academic Biochemists in University of Ilorin and Al-Hikmah University (Masters Project)

  1. Supervisor, ITOKIGHI, Bridget Okon (15/68FZ010). The Roles of Military Institution Libraries in the Career Development of Officers in Nigeria Army (Masters Project)

  1. Supervisor, TEMIM, Fatima Modupe (15/68FZ008). Challenges in the Access and Use of Environmental Information by Academics for Sustainable Development (Masters Project)

MAJOR CONFERENCES ATTENDED WITH PAPERS READ (Starting with the latest)

1. Salman, A. A., Mostert, B. J., & Mugwisi, T. (2015). Trends and Issues in the Access to and Use of Public Library Services In Nigeria: Users’ Perspectives. 16th Information Studies (IS) Annual Conference, ‘Information and Knowledge for Development IK4D’, 2-4 September, 2015, University of Zululand, South Africa.

2. Salman, A. A., Mostert, B. J., & Mugwisi, T. (2014). Challenges in the Provision and Utilisation of Information Services In Public Libraries In Nigeria: A Literature Survey. LIASA 15th Annual Conference, 7-11 October, 2014, International Convention Centre, Cape-Town, South Africa. 

3.Salman, A.A., Ocholla, D.N., Mostert, B.J., & Mugwisi, T. (2013). Ethical Issues and Challenges In The Access And Use of Information Services In Public Libraries In Nigeria: A Papa Model Analysis, 14th Annual International Conference on Information Science (IS), August, 4-7, 2013, Department of Information Studies, University of Zululand, South Africa.

4. Salman, A.A. (2012).13th Annual International Conference on Information Science  (IS), September 10-12, 2012, Department of Information Studies, University of Zululand, South Africa.

5. Salman, A.A. (2011). International Conference on Research and Capacity Building: Attaining Africa’s 21st Century Development Goals. September,  15-16, 2011. University of Ghana, East Legon,  Accra, Ghana.

6. Salman, A.A. (2011). International Conference on Mobile- Libraries: Information on The Move (2011). May 11- 13, 2011. University of Southern Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. presented a paper titled  “Perception of Unilorin LIS Undergraduate Students on the Contribution of Mobile Technologies to Learning”. 

7. Salman, A.A. (2010). National  Annual Conference of The Nigerian Library Association (NLA) July, 2010. Abuja, Nigeria.

8. Salman, A.A. (2009). National  Annual Conference of the Nigerian Library Association (NLA) June, 2009. Ibadan, Nigeria.                                                                                                        

      

9. Salman, A.A. (2009). National Conference of  National  Association of Library and   Information Science Educators (NALISE) May, 2009. Nsukka,  Presented A Paper Titled “ICT Competencies and LIS Education  in Nigeria.

10. Salman, A.A. (2008). National Annual Conference of the Nigerian Library Association    (N.L.A) 2008. Kaduna, Nigeria. 

 

11. Salman, A.A. (2005). National Annual Conference and Investiture of Nigerian Library Association (N.L.A) Held In Abeokuta, Ogun State – May 2005.

12. Salman, A.A. (2002). National Annual & General Meeting of Nigerian Library  Association (N.L.A) Held In Badagry, Lagos State, Nigeria – June 2002.

13. Salman, A.A. (2002). Annual Conference & General Meeting of Nigerian Library Association (N.L.A) Kwara State Chapter Held in Ilorin, Nigeria.Dec. 2002.

14. Salman, A.A. (1998). Cataloguing And Classification Annual National Seminar/    Workshop on “Automation In The 21st Century-The Role of Cataloguers”  Held at Kwara State Library, Ilorin., Nigeria. October, 1998.

15. Salman, A.A. (1992). The Sixteenth Book Fair Held at Kwara State Library Board, Ilorin. Nigeria November, 1992.

16. Salman, A.A. (1991). Nigerian Library Association Annual National Conference Held at the Kwara State Library Board, Ilorin, Nigeria. March, 1991.