University of Ilorin P.M.B. 1515,, +234810-848-3222

O. V. Mejabi (Senior Research Fellow)

Brief Personal Profile

B.Sc. (Hons), PGD,M.Sc,Ph.D.

Dr. (Mrs.) O.V. Mejabi works with the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, as a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Information and Communication Science, Faculty of Communication & Information Sciences. Her research interest is on improved service quality management within the context of Information Systems / Information Technology deployment.

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Membership of Professional Bodies

  1. Member, Nigeria Computer Society.
  2. Member, Nigerian Institute of Management.

Some of her publications/ Journals  are:

  1. Mejabi, O.V. & Babatunde, A.O. (2010), “The Web as a Medium for Communicating Research Works from African Universities: Case Study of a Nigerian University”, Journal of Knowledge Management Practice, Vol. 11, No. 1.
  2. Mejabi, O.V. & Babatunde, A.O. (2010), “Impact of Web-based Solutions on Student Related Services: Case study of the University of Ilorin”. International Journal for the application of Wireless and Mobile Computing, Vol. 2, pp. 11-28.
  3. Dunmade, A.O. & Mejabi, O.V. (2009), “Computer Literacy on the Increase: Enrolment Trends at the University of Ilorin Computer Centre Training Programme: A Ten Year Review (1996 – 2006)”, American Journal of Scientific Research, Issue 3, May, pp. 75-80, [online]
  4. Mejabi, O.V. and Olujide, J.O. (2008) “Dimensions of Hospital Service Quality in Nigeria”, European Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 5, No. 4, February, pp 142-160, [online],

  5. Mejabi, O.V. (2007), “Information Technology as a Tool for Women Empowerment: A Complementary Strategy to the Needs Intervention in Nigeria”, Advances in Management, Vol 6 No. 1, pp 71-79.

  6. Olujide, J.O. and Mejabi, O.V. (2007), “Methodological issues in Importance-Performance Analysis: Resolving the Ambiguity”, European Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 4 No. 2, January, pp 7-21.

  7. Olujide, J.O. and Mejabi, O.V. (2005), “Workplace Redesign: Consequence of the E-organisation”, Babcock Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Vol 4, No.1, September, pp 78-93. Published by the Faculty of Management & Social Sciences, Babcock University.

  8. Mejabi, O.V. (1995), “Community Involvement in Electronic Networking”, FID News Bulletin, Vol 45, Issue 7/8, July/August, pp.244-247. Published by the International Federation for Information and Documentation.

    Conference papers:

  9. Dunmade, A.O. & Mejabi, O.V. (2009), “Bridging the Gender Digital Divide by empowering Women through ICT – A Solution for Nigeria”, Conference proceedings, Vol. 20, pp. 229-234. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the Nigeria Computer Society, Abuja, Nigeria, 21-24 July.
  10. Mejabi, O.V. (2008), “Evaluation of Management Information Systems from the Service Quality Perspective”, Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Information Management and Evaluation, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK, 11-12, September, 2008, pp. 287-294.

  11. Mejabi, O.V. (1996), “Action Plan for Effective and Wide-Spread Introduction of Informatics to Health Personnel”,  Helina ’96 – Second International Working Conference on Health Informatics in Africa (Abstracts), Johannesburg, South Africa, 12-17 April, p.100.

  12. Mejabi, O.V. (1994), “Computerized Staff and Students Record Application: Experience from a Pilot University”, ODA/NUC Clustered Seminar on Nigerian University Resource Management, September 23-24, 1994, Kaduna, pp. 63-71. Published by the National Universities Commission, Abuja.

  13. Mejabi, O.V. (1992), “Experiences from the Unilorin-McMaster E-mail Link”, Proceedings Volume of the Workshop on Science and Technology Communication Networks in Africa, August 27-29, 1992, Nairobi, Kenya, pp. 119-124. Published by the African Academy of Sciences (AAS) / American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

  14. Mejabi, O.V. (1992), “Information Dissemination using Computer – Communication Technology”,Access to Science and Technology Information in Nigeria: Proceedings of the Workshop for Users and Disseminators of Science, Technology and Social Sciences Information, 9-13 February,  Bauchi, pp. 143-152.