Uzoamaka Ogwo


Uzoamaka Ogwo
Designation: Others
Email: uzoamaka.ogwo@unn.edu.ng
Phone: 08039473344
Gender: Female

Biography

Uzoamaka Ogwo is a young and vibrant Librarian working at the National Centre for Energy Research and Development Library, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She is a Senior Librarian, a Research Staff and a Lecturer in the Department of Library and Information Science, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She has written several Journal publications and Books in Librarianship and a Doctor of Philosophy in Library and Information Science at the University of Nigeria, Nsuuka. She specializes in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and other contemporary issues in Libraries.

Memberships

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
Member, Nigerian Library Association
Member, Solar Energy Society of Nigeria

Publications

PUBLICATONS

1.Igwesi, U. (2010). Globalization and Entrepreneurship: Challenges and Opportunities for Nigerian Libraries. International Journal of Educational Research, 10(3): 226-234.

2.Igwesi, U., Nwachukwu, V. N., and Eke, H. N. (2010). Library Extension Services for Hospitality Industries via ICT: Potentials for Culture and Tourism Development in Nigeria. A Journal of Nigerian Library Association, Cross River State, 3(1): 100-109.

3.Igwesi, U. and Ozioko, R. E. (2010). Digitalized Reference Services in a Globalized Environment. Nigerian Journal of Library, Archival and Information Science (NJLAIS), 1(11): 21-26.

4.Igwesi, U., Chimah, J. N., and Nwachukwu, V. N. (2010). Copyright Management in a Digital Environment: Legal Issues and Librarian’s Role. Nigerian Journal of Library, Archival and Information Science (NJLAIS), 1(11): 50-57.

5.Igwesi, U., Nwachukwu, V. N., Asiegbu, F. N. (2010). Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI) Services as a Technique for Effective Scholarly Communication in University Libraries. Proceedings of Second Professional Summit on Information Science and Technology (PSIST). Held at the NnamdiAzikiwe Library, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Pp.242-250.

6.Igwesi, U., Orji, D. I., and Eke, H. N. (2010). Blog as atools for Online Information Sharing: Librarians in the Blogosphere. Proceedings of Second Professional Summit on Information Science and Technology (PSIST). Held at the NnamdiAzikiwe Library, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Pp.430-437.

7.Igwesi, U., Nwachukwu, V. N. and Chimah, J. N. (2010). Software Choice and Use in Libraries as a Requirement for Effective Computer Application in University Libraries in Nigeria. Benue Journal of Library Management & Information Science 1 (1):70-77.

8.Igwesi, U., Nwachukwu, V. N., and Asiegbu, F. N. (2010). ICT Training Skills for Librarians: Bedrock for Effective Application in Nigerian University Libraries.Benue Journal of Library Management & Information Science 1 (1):70-77.

9.Igwesi, U., Ozioko, R. E., & Eke, H. N. (2011). Generation and Dissemination of Local Content Using ICT for Sustainable Development.PNLA Quarterly, the Online Publication of the Pacific Northwest Library Association, Electronic Journal. Available at: http://unllib.unl.edu/LPP/PNA

10.Eke, H. N., Igwesi, U., and Orji, D. I. (2011). Information Professionals as Agents for Promoting Entrepreneurship and Technology Education in Actualizing Vision 2020 for Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice, Electronic Journal. Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/

11.Igwesi, U., Nwachukwu, V. N. & Chigbu, B. C. (2012). The Use of ICT in Human Capacity Building and Knowledge Management in the 21st Century.ABUJA INFOLIB, Journal of Library and Information Science, 6(1&2).

12.Igwesi, U., Chimah, J. N. and Nwachukwu, V. N. (2012). The Use of ICTs and Audio-Visual resources in developing children’s reading habits in Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice. Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/825

13.Nwabueze, A. U., Ozioko, R. E. and Igwesi, U. (2013). Assessment of User Education Programmes in the University Libraries in South-East Nigeria. Nigerian Libraries, Journal of the Nigerian Library Association. 46(1):37-45.

14.Ozioko, R. E. and Ogwo, U. (2013). Strategies for Enhancing the Acquisition of Entrepreneurship Competencies among Post-graduate Students of Library and Information Science in Selected Universities in Nigeria. Review of Education, Institute of Education Journal, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 24(1): 218-235.

15.Ogbonna, A. U., Igwesi, U. and Enweani, U. V. (2014). Management of Hybrid Libraries for Effective Services in Nigeria: New Trends in Accessing Information. Global Journal of Academic Librarianship. 1(1): 1-7. Available at: http://www.ripublication.com

16.Nwachukwu, V. N., Idu, G. O. and Ogwo, U. (2014). Perception of Teachers in the Use of Library Resources in the Promotion of Peace Education in Secondary Schools in Nsukka Education Zone. International Journal of Development Research. 4(4):875-879. Available at: http://www.journalijdr.com

17.Eskay, M., Chimah, J. N. and Ogwo, U. (2014). Inclusion: A Concept in Nigerian Educational System and the Role of Libraries. Paripex Indian Journal of Research. 3(4): 74-77. Available at: http://theglobaljournal.com

18.Eskay, M., Chimah, J. N. and Ogwo, U. (2014). Integrating Information and Communication Technology in Instructing Learners with Learning Difficulties: The Special Educator’s and Librarian’s Perspective. Paripex Indian Journal of Research. 3 (4): 78-80. Available at: http://theglobaljournal.com

19. Eskay, M., Ogwo, U. and Chimah, J. N. (2014). The Use of Information Communication
Technologies in Meeting the Information Needs of Exceptional Students in Nigerian Libraries.
International Journal of Scientific Research..123-126. Available at: http://theglobaljournal.com

20.Ozioko, R. E., Nwabueze, A. U., & Igwesi, U. (2014). Mentoring as a Strategy for Team Building and Management in University Libraries in South-East Nigeria. Nigerian Libraries, Journal of the Nigerian Library Association. 47(1):1-15

21.Nwachukwu, V. N., Asiegbu, F.N. & Ogwo, U. (2014). Academic Libraries and ICT Development in Nigeria’s Tertiary Educational System. International Journal of Advanced Research, 2(5):117-124. Available at: http://www.journalijar.com

22.Nwachukwu, V. N., Asiegbu, F. N. & Ogwo, U. (2014). A Study of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Skills of State University Libraries, Polytechnics/Monotechnics and Colleges of Education (other Tertiary Institutions in Benue State. International Journal of Advanced Research, 2(5): 107-110. Available at: http://www.journalijar.com

23.Ezeani, C. N. & Igwesi, U. (2012). Using Social Media for Dynamic Library Service Delivery: The Nigerian Experience. Library Philosophy and Practice. Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/814

24.Eze, I. O., Ogwu, M.F. & Igwesi, U. (2010). Towards Improving Literature Search in Nigerian Academic Libraries (2010). INFORMATION IMPACT: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, 1(3): 81-87

25.Chimah, J. N., Ugwuoke, N. J. & Ogwo, U. (2015). Implementing Institutional Repository in Nigerian Universities: Status, Challenges, Prospects, and Role of Librarians and Libraries. International Journal of Applied Technologies in Library and Information Management, 1(1)30-42


BOOKS:
26.Igwesi, U. (2012). Status of Digitization of Federal University Libraries in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects. Germany: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Specializations

ICT in Library and Information Science

Research Archive

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Responsibilities

Library and ICT Management

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Using Social Media for Dynamic Library Service Delivery: The Nigerian Experience

By Chinwe Nwogo Ezeani, and Uzoamaka Igwesi

Using Social Media for Dynamic Library Service Delivery: The Nigerian Experience

Published: 27/10/2012

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Generation and Dissemination of Local Content Using ICT for Sustainable Development

By R.e. Ozioko, and Helen Nneka Eke

Generation and Dissemination of Local Content Using ICT for Sustainable Development

Published: 15/04/2015

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