MiddleBelt Journal of Library and Information Science

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Vol. 20 (2022)
Published November 18, 2022

MiddleBelt Journal of Library and Information Science (MJBLIS) is the official publication of the Nigerian Library Association, Kwara State Chapter. This peer-reviewed annual publication has been publishing since 2003.



Richard Olorunsola
Making the most of a career in academic librarianship: a reflection
N.F.K. Obasi, A.U. Kalu
Reader services’ operational environment and staff satisfaction in Nigerian university libraries
Blessing Amusan, Sarah Akpobasah-Amugen, Balkisu Olamide Sulaiman
Nutrition and dietetics information needs and source preferences of nursing mothers in Ede Metropolis, Osun State
Florence Olabisi Ajani, Omolara Basirat Amzat, Bukola Olutola James, Abdulakeem Sodeeq Sulyman
Perception of librarians on the impact of cataloguing and classification on the use of information resources of academic libraries in Kwara State
Kelechi Ekwuluonu, Abubakar Saka Katamba
Perceived influence of internet-enabled mobile devices on academic performance of undergraduate students in Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria
Blessing Damilola Abata-Ebire , Adebowale Jeremy Adetayo, Omobola Abigail Babarinde
Information literacy skills and computer self-efficacy of electronic resources use among academic staff in Federal Polytechnic Ede
Comfort Olushola Adeniran, Bukola Adafin
Leveraging on electronic government information platforms for the provision of government services: a transformative potential in Nigerian public service
Olaide Temilolu AKINBO, Adekunle Emmanuel OYADEYI
Perception of Library Resources Accessibility as Correlates of Library Patronage by Undergraduates in University Of Ibadan, Nigeria
Juliet Onuoha, Chukwuemeka Chukwueke
Perceived effects of icts on cataloguing and classification of information resources in Michael Okpara University Of Agriculture Library, Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria
Adekunle Emmanuel Oyadeyi, Omobolanle Seri Fasola
Cloud hosting of KOHA and DSPACE for effective and efficient library services in Nigerian academic libraries
Abubakar Ladan
Public library system in Nigeria: towards the creation of social capital for sustainable development in the knowledge society
Festus Onifade, Bilikis Adefunke Babarinde
Meeting the information needs of people with disability through mobile library services in Nigeria
Abubakar Sadiq Abdullahi, Samira Abubakar
Challenges in using assistive technologies for information access by the special needs students
Juliana O. Akidi
Extending library and information services to the grassroots and the vulnerable in Nigeria: the library week perspective
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