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Dr (Mrs) M. O. Salaam

Degree:                         B.LS., M.LS., Ph.D.
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Department:                  'Nimbe Adedipe Library
Current position:             University Librarian
Research interest:           Library & Information Technology

Detailed Resume

ACADEMIC DEGREE AND DATE
Bachelor of Library Science (BLS) (Second Class Upper Division)    -     1983
Graduate Certificate of Education                                                 -    1983
Master of Library Science (MLS)                                                   -    1991
Doctor of Philosophy                                                                   -    2008

INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATE
University of Ibadan, Ibadan                                             -    1973 – 1974
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria                                          -    1980 – 1983
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria                                          -    1986 – 1991
University of Ibadan, Ibadan                                              -    2003 – 2008

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Member, Nigerian Library Association 
General Secretary, Nigerian Library Association, Ogun State Chapter     1996-2002

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Salaam, M. O. (1998):  ‘Economics of Publication Exchange in Nigerian University Libraries’.  Gateway Library Journal 1 (1) 17 – 24.
  2. Salaam, M. O. (2000): ‘Extending Library Services to Non-Literate farmers in Ogun State Nigeria:  Problems and Prospects’. Rural Libraries xx (1) 33 – 37. (USA)
  3. Salaam, M. O. (2000): ‘User’s Reaction to an On-line Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) in a Nigerian Agricultural University Library’. Gateway Library Journal 2&3, 56 – 61.
  4. Agboola, A. T. and Salaam, M. O. (2000): ‘Twenty Years of Library Development in Ogun State’:  A Review.  Nigerian Libraries, 34 (2), 51 – 63.
  5. Salaam, M. O. (2001): ‘Access to Serial Collections in Four Nigerian Universities’.  The Serials Librarian, 41 (1) 121 – 126. (USA)
  6. Agboola, A. T. and Salaam, M. O. (2001): ‘Relationship between author collaboration and author productivity among Nigerian Academic Librarians’.  Gateway Library Journal 4 (1 (2), 75 – 80.
  7. Salaam, M. O. (2001):  ‘Enhancing Public Library Services in Nigeria:  Problems and Prospects’.  Nigerian Library and Information Science Review, 19 (1 and 2)1 – 6.
  8. Salaam, M. O., and Agboola, A. T. (2002): ‘Academic Status and Job performance in Nigerian University Libraries’. Nigerian Library and Information Science Review, 20 (1 and 2), 37 – 44.
  9. Agboola, A. T. and Salaam, M. O. (2002) ‘Automation in Agricultural Libraries in Nigeria: An overview’.  Inter-world Journal of Management and Development Studies 1(1) 167-175
  10. Salaam, M. O. (2002): ‘Newspaper Collection Management in Nigeria Academic Libraries’. Lagos Librarian, 23 (1 and 2) 38 – 44.
  11. Salaam, M. O. (2003): ‘Library Utilization by the undergraduates of a University of Agriculture Library’, Library Herald 41 (1) 31 – 37. (India)
  12. Salaam, M. O. (2003): ‘A survey of the use of Internet services in Nigerian University Libraries’.  ASSET: An International Journal (SERIES A) 3 (3) 115 – 121.
  13. Salaam, M. O. (2004) ‘The treatment of other libraries’ books by Nigerian University libraries’, Library & Archival Security  19 (1) 47-52 (USA)
  14. Agboola, A. T. and Salaam, M. O. (2004):  ‘Author collaboration in a Nigerian Agricultural University’:  A case study of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Owena Journal of Library and Information Science, 1 (1), 50 – 58.
  15. Agboola, A. T. and Salaam, M. O. (2004): ‘Collaborative research and publication by animal scientists in a Nigerian Agricultural University’, Lagos Journal of Library and Information Science 2 (2) 1-5.
  16. Salaam, M. O. (2007) ‘Choosing among the options for patron access to journals: Print, CD-Rom, On-line in a Nigerian Agricultural University Library’ 
  17. Salaam, M. O. (2007) ‘Grey literature and educational Research in Nigeria’, Gateway Library Journal 10 (1) 142-148
  18. Salaam, M. O. (2008) ‘A comparative analysis of self-citation in two African Library Journals’. Owena Journal of Library and Information Science 3 (1) 28-32 
  19. Salaam, M. O. and Onifade, F.N. (2009) Academic status and the possession of PhD by Librarians in Nigerian University Libraries. Library Philosophy and Practice. Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln (http:// libr.unl.edu:2000/LPP/lpp.htm)
  20. Salaam, M. O. and Opeke, R. O. (2009) Journal utilization by postgraduate Students at the libraries of the university of Agriculture in Nigeria ASSET: An International Journal  (SERIES C  4(1)
  21. Salaam, M. O. and Adegbore, A. M. (2010) Internet Access and Use by Students of Private Universities in Ogun State, Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice. Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  22. Salaam, M. O. and Owolabi, A (2010) Characteristics and choice of Librarianship as a career among librarians in Ogun State. World Information syndicate (Accepted for publication)
  23. Salaam, M. O. and Opeke, R.O and Nwalo, K.I.N Factors inhibiting the availability of journals in the universities of agriculture in Nigeria. (Accepted for publication)
  24. Salaam, M.O. and Opeke, R. O. (2010) Availability and Accessibility of journals to postgraduate students at the Universities of Agriculture Libraries in Nigeria. Communicate, Journal of Library and Information Science 12 (1) (In press)
  25. Fatokun, J.O, Salaam, M. O and Ajegbomogun, F.O (2010) Influence of leadership style on the performance of subordinates in Nigerian Library  system. Library Philosophy and Practice. Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Mission Statement

The Mission of the 'Nimbe Adedipe  Library is to provide a user centered information environment that supports inspirational teaching, exemplary research, meaningful service, and life long learning to the local and global university community.

In support of this mission, the University Library integrates print and electronic resources, and provides a comprehensive program of service which allows broad access to information in all formats.

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