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BASHORUN, Musediq Tunji

POSITION/STATUS: Lecturer II

OFFICE: Dept. of Library and Information Science, Block 10, Room 10F17
PHONE: 08033747046 , 08059119932
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EDUCATION
2006, Master of Library & Information Studies. MLIS (Ibadan)
1991, Bachelor of Science Education B.Sc (Bio/ ed) (Ife)

Appointment
2008 Assistant-Lecturer: Department of Library and Information Science, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
2007 – 2008 Sales Executive: Simba Motors Limited, Lagos, Nigeria.
2007 Records Manager: B & B Nig Limited, Ibadan ,Nigeria.
1997 – 2006 Business Development Manager: Nigerian Bottling Company, PLC. Lagos, Nigeria
1994 – 1997 Education-Officer II: Ministry of Education, Ibadan, Nigeria
1992 – 1993 Teaching: National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) at N.K.S.T Secondary School,Katsina-Ala,Benue state,Nigeria

Assignment
Faculty of CIS Representative: Board of Preliminary Studies, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
Examination-Officer: Department of Library and Information Science (LIS)
Departmental Coordinator: Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme.(SIWES)
Departmental-Coordinator: COBE’S
Departmental- Coordinator: Quiz Club
Secretary: Department of LIS Examination Moderation Committee
Chairman: Faculty of CIS , Revenue Yielding Committee
Pioneer- Member: Courseware Development Committee
PRO: Nigeria Library Association (NLA), Kwara State Chapter

National Assignment
Volunteer Member: Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC)

Work in Progress

1. Bashorun.M.T. Role Perception of a Reference librarian in Relation to Public Relations Officer in Kwara State Public library

2. Tella Adeyinka and Bashorun.M.T. Assessing Electronic Usage by Academics in Nigerian Tertiary Education Institutions: Implication for Libraries Presevation of Electronic Information. University of Ilorin,Senate Research Grant

3. Issa.A.O. and Bashorun.M.T. Best Practice in Nigeria Higher Institution Libraries: A case study of Kwara State. University of Ilorin Senate Research Grant

4. Bashorun M. T., Omopupa K. T. and Saka, H.T.: Information Seeking Bahaviour and Utilization of Arabic and Islamic Studies in Nigeria.

Teaching Responsibility
LIS 105, LIS 208, LIS 305 and GNS 111 (Use of Library)

 

 


Some of His Publications are:

  1. Tella, Adeyinka & Bashorun, M.T. (2012). Attitude of Undergraduate Students Towards Computer Based Test (CBT): A Case Study of the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. International Journal of Information Communication Technology Education 8 (30-2), April – June, In Press. USA.
  2. Issa .A.O and Bashorun,M.T. Attitudes of Undergraduate Students of the University of Ibadan towards Computerized Services at Kenneth Dike Library (Accepted for publication at the Journal of Library and Information Science ( JOLIS)
  3. A. Giwa, M.Y. Abdulkareem, M.T. Bashorun & A.O. Issa (2010) Information Technology and the Supply Chain Management for the Textile Industry. Journal of Educational Research and Development. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. 5 (3). Dec. 214-223.
  4. Bashorun, M. T., Isah Abdulmumin and M. Y. Adisa (2011). “User Perception of Electronic Resources in the University of Ilorin, Nigeria (UNILORIN). Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences. 2(11).

    Book Chapter Contribution
  5. Abdulmumin Isah, Bashorun, M.T and Omopupa K.T (2012). Libraries and Preservation of Indigenous Knowledge in Developing Countries: The Nigeria Experience. In  A. Tella, and A.O. Issa (ed),  Library and Information Science in Developing Countries: Contemporary Issues. Pp. 96-106. IGI Global Publishers, USA.