Curriculum Vitae of Oshiotse Andrew Okwilagwe

Dr Okwilagwe

I. a. Name: Okwilagwe, Oshiotse Andrew

b. Date of Birth: 17th July, 1951

c. Gender: Male

d. Marital Status: Married. Three children

e. State of Origin: Edo State

Postal address/e-mail: U.I.P.O Box 20984, Ibadan (okwilagweandrew@yahoo.com)

g. Website: www.oshiotseandrewokwilagwe.com

II. Present Post (with date): Associate Professor, 1 October, 2002

III. University Education (with dates):

a. University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 1979

b. University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 1983

c. University of Stirling, Stirling — 1984

d. University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 1987

e. University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 1995

IV. Academic Qualifications (with dates and granting bodies):

a. BA (Hons); University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 1979

b. MA University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 1983

c. M.Litt. University of Stirling, Stirling — 1984

d. MLS University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 1987

e. Ph.D University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 1995

V. a. Professional Qualifications and Diplomas (with dates):

i. M.Litt (Publishing Studies) — 1984

ii. MLS (Library and Information Studies) — 1987

b. Positions Held

i. Member, Governing Council, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma — 2014–2016

ii. Head of Department, Library, Archival and Information studies

University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 2011–2013

iii. Member, University of Ibadan Senate Curriculum Committee — 2009–2011

iv. Member, University of Ibadan Curriculum

Development Committee — 2011

v. Member, The Business School Establishment Committee

University of Ibadan, Ibadan — 2012

VI. Scholarships, Fellowships and Prizes (with date) in respect of Undergraduate and Postgraduate work only:

Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan Staff Development Grants

(M.Litt Publishing Studies) — 1983

VII. Academic Background: Courses Offered

BA (Hons.) (Communication and Language Arts)

· Use of English (Writing)

· Techniques of Writing

· Developmental Writing Skills

· Essentials of Scholarly Writing

· Rapid Reading Skills

· Developmental Reading Skills

· Pedagogical Issues in Reading

· Speech Criticism

· Interpersonal Communication

· Group Communication

· Cross-Cultural Communication

· Studies in Applied Language Arts

· Research Method in Language Arts

· English and Theatre Arts as Minor Disciplines

(b) MA (Communication and Language Arts)

· Studies in Creative and Technical Writing

· Studies in Written Communication

· Psycholinguistic Foundations of Communication

· Interpersonal Communication

· Advanced Studies in Cross-Cultural Communication

· Group Communication

· Communication Theory

· Business Communication

· Organisational Communication

· Advanced Studies in Mass Communication

© Nigeria Publishers Association (NPA) Certificate in Publishing

· Editorial Production Courses

(d) MLS (Master Degree in Library, Archival and Information Studies)

· Cataloguing and Classification

· Foundations of Information Studies

· Collection Development

· Information Sources and Services in Social Sciences

· Library Management

· Preservation and Conservation

· Indexing and Abstracting

· Audio-Visual Resources

· History of Graphic Communication

· References Sources and Services

· Collection Development

· Information Resources Management

· Information Users Studies

· Research Methods

(e) M.Litt (Masters of Letters in Publishing)

· History of Publishing, dealing with the growth of publishing from the invention of printing to the present

· Book, Newspaper and Periodical Production on methods of printing, paper manufacture, design, typography and book binding.

· The Editorial Functions in which all aspects of editorial work are considered for newspapers magazines, books, etc.

(f) Courses taken in the MA African Studies (Anthropology) Programme (Ibadan)

· Anthropology of Africa

· Theories and Practice of Field Investigation

· African Thought, Philosophy & Language

· Enthnography and Applied Anthropology

· Economics of Anthropology

· Oral Sources of History and Technique of Handling them

· Sub-Saharan African Art

· Oral Tradition and African Cultural History

· Technology and Cultural Anthropology

VIII. Scholarships, fellowships and prizes

(a) Federal Government Scholarship 1994

(b) University of Ibadan Staff Training Grants 1983

IX. Honours Distinctions and Membership of Learned Societies:

1. Member, Nigerian Library Association.

2. Member, Nigerian Publishers Association Professional Training Committee.

3. Member, Association of West African Book Editors.

4. Chairman, Association of West African Book Editors’ Training Committee, 1990–2005.

5. President, African Association of Researchers and Teachers of Publishing (AARTOP). 1998–2000

6. Member, Nigerian Association of Researchers and Teachers of Publishing (NARTOP).

7. Editor, Journal of Information and Communication for Education in Africa (JICOMEA) 1992–2010.

8. Editor, Nigeriana Stirling-Horden Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communication.

X. Details of Teaching and Professional Working Experience

1. Teaching/work Experience

(i). Library Officer, Bendel State Library Services, Benin City: 1974–1978.

(ii). Graduate Assistant, University of Ibadan, Ibadan: 1 November 1980 30 November 1984.

(iii). Lecturer II, University of Ibadan, Ibadan: 1 October 1987–30 September 1990.

(iv). Lecturer I, University of Ibadan, Ibadan: 1 October 1990–30 September 1995.

(v). Senior Lecturer, University of Ibadan, Ibadan: 1 October, 1995–30 September 2002.

(vi). Reader, University of Ibadan, Ibadan: 1 October, 2002 to date.

2. Relevant Courses Taught: Details of Teaching Experience at University Level

(a) Department of Communication and Language Arts, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

i. Undergraduate Courses in Publishing Emphasis

CLA 108: Graphics of Communication

CLA 213: History and Development of Publishing

CLA 214: Introduction to Book Production Technology

CLA 307: News Editing for Print Media

CLA 315: Textbook Writing and Evaluation

CLA 317: Introduction to Book Editing

CLA 404: Print Media Production Techniques

CLA 412: Economics of Book Publishing

ii. Postgraduate Courses in Publishing Emphasis

LAC 727: Book Publishing Technology

LAC 728: Advanced Textbook Writing and Evaluation

LAC 730: Book Editing

LAC 731: Quality Control in Book Publishing

LAC 732: Book Promotion and Marketing

LAC 733: Copyright and other Publishing Regulations

LAC 734: Specialized Publishing Journals; Law Reports, etc.

LAC 735: Project in Book Development and Publishing

(b) Department of Mass Communication, The Polytechnic Ibadan.

Postgraduate Diploma in “Publishing Industry”

PDMC 1: Brief History of Publishing and Types of Book Publishing

PDMC 2: The Publishing Organisation

PDMC 3: Publishing Programme Development

PDMC 4: Manuscript Development

PDMC 5: Editorial Handling of Projects

PDMC 6: Marketing and Promotion

PDMC 7: Printing — Tools and the Techniques

© Department of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

Undergraduate Level

LSD 101: Society, Development and Libraries

LSD 121: Book Production and Reprography

LSD 131: Library Resources

LSD 234: Subject Information Sources in African Studies

LSE 112: Library Resources and their Role in Education

LSE 211: Reference Sources and User services

LSE 222: Book Production and Trade

LSE 301: Collection Development

LSE 442: Editing and Book Trade

Postgraduate Level

LIS 701: Foundation of Information Studies

LIS 702: Reference Sources and Services

LIS 706: Principles and Practice of Management in Library, Archival and

Information Centres

LIS 717: The Information User

LIS 718: Information Resources Management

MPC 702: Management of Publishing Organisations

MPC 703: Theory of Editing: Principles and Practice

MPC 704: Publishing Industries Information Systems

MPC 706: Copy Editing and Indexing

MPC 708: Editorial Management

MPC 710: The Business of Publishing

MPC 711: Publication Marketing

MPC 716: Developing and Commissioning Publishing Projects

MPC 717: Text Illustration, Pedagogy and Technical Writing

MPC 720: Editorial Relationships and Contracts

MPC 729: Historical and Contemporary Developments in Book Trade

XI. Professional Recognition

a. A resource person to Nigerian Library Association (NLA)

b. Editor of Nigerian Library and Information Science Review, Oyo State Chapter of the Nigerian Library Association: 2002–2004.

c. A resource person to the Professional Training Committee of the Nigerian Publishers Association

d. Contributed as a resource person to the development of the curriculum for the HND Publishing Studies, Yaba College of Technology, Lagos.

e. Taught editing to various levels of students some of who are now editors both in research and publishing houses in Nigeria.

f. A resource person to Nigerian Copyright Council.

g. A resource person to Nigeria Publishers Association

XII. Activities as a Professional Publishing Consultant

a. Edited, proofed and indexed many titles for some publishing houses in Nigeria such as Vantage Publishers Ltd., Ibadan, Spectrum Books Ltd., Ibadan, University Press Plc, Ibadan, Fountain Publications Ltd., Paperback Publishers Ltd., Ibadan.

b. Interviewed, recruited and trained editors for some publishing houses in Nigeria such as Spectrum Books Ltd., Fountain Publications Ltd., Moonlight Publishers Ltd., Stirling-Horden Publishers (Nig) Ltd., WEMBOK Educational Publishers Ltd., and others.

c. Established and reorganised editorial and production departments for some publishing houses in Nigeria such as Spectrum Books Ltd., Fountain Publications Ltd., WEMBOK Educational Publishers Ltd., Stirling-Horden Publishers (Nig) Ltd. and others.

d. Conceptualized and established the organisational structure and developed publishing philosophy/programme for Fountain Publications Ltd., Moonlight Publishers Ltd., Stirling-Horden Publishers (Nig) Ltd. And WEMBOK Educational Publishers Ltd

e. Edited research reports and publications for research institutes and organisations such as West Africa Health Management Board, Lagos, University of Calabar.

f. Consultant to Nigerian Copyright Commission, Abuja.

g. Established Niger Delta University Publishing House, Amasoma, Nigeria

Some Remarkable Achievements as an Editor in Nigeria

Edited/assisted in editing these titles:

h. Maryam Babangida, Home Front. Fountain Publications Ltd., 1988

i. General Olusegun Obasanjo, Africa Embattle. Fountain Publications Ltd. 1988

j. Wole Soyinka, Isara, A Voyage Around Essay. Fountain Publications Ltd.

k. Wole Soyinka, The Search (I contributed a chapter to this book). Fountain Publications Ltd. 1989.

l. Wole Soyinka, Mandela’s Earth and Other Poems. Fountain Publications Ltd. 1989

m. Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communication Vols. 1–4

Achievements in Practical Publishing Management

n. Director, Stirling-Horden Publishers Ltd

o. Supervised the publishing of over 400 tertiary and general books

p. Worked with and published for six Emeritus Professors, 139 Professors, 106 PhD Degree holders, 103 Masters Degree holders and others.

Major Achievement in Publishing and Copyright Education in Nigeria

q. Master and PhD Degrees in Publishing and Copyright Studies (MPCS) Programmes. Developed the philosophical foundation, pedagogical thrust, curriculum type (modula) structure and contents of the programme made of eighty-one courses of nine areas of specialisation in the Department of Library, Archival and Information Studies.

© Project Supervision

MLIS Research Projects

§ 2002/2003–6

§ 2003/2004–8

§ 2004/2005–9

§ 2005/2006–9

§ 2007/2008–9

§ 2008/2009–9

§ 2010/2011–12

§ 2011/2012–10

§ 2013/2014–12

§ 2014/2015–7

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(d). Ph.D Theses Supervision

Completed: 7. In Progress: 18

i. Edem, Margaret B. (2005). Assessment of Indigenous Law Textbook Publishing in Nigeria: 1960–1999. (Effective date of award: 20 July, 2005)

ii. Haliso, J. (2005). Availability and Utilisation of Information and Communication Technology and Job Performance of Academic Librarians in South-Western Nigeria.

(Effective date of award: 10 August, 2005).

iii. Chuma-Ibe, G. C. (2010). Effect of Bibliotherapy on Behaviour Modification of Adolescents in Public Secondary Schools in Lagos State, Nigeria.

(Effective date of award: 21 August, 2010).

iv. Dirisu, M. B. (2011). Copyright Protection Perception and Intellectual Productivity of Researchers in Social Science-Based Research Institutes in Nigeria.

(Effective date of award: 7 August, 2011)

v. Ibegwam, A. (2012). Influence of Indigenous Publications and Collection Development on Utilisation by Medical and Dental Students in Nigerian Universities. (Effective date of award: 8 March, 2012)

vi. Oguntuase, Femi Zaccheaus (2013) Management and Use of Information and Communication Technology as Factors Influencing Scholarly Publications of Academics in Universities of Technology in Nigeria. (Effective date of award: 11th June, 2013)

vii. Ogbomo, Monday Obaidjevwe (2013) Computer Skills of Lecturers, Institutional Factors, Usefulness and Usability as Predictors of Lecturers’ Utilisation of Scholarly Electronic Publications in Federal Universities in Nigeria (Effective date of award: 10th May, 2013)

© Dissertations and Theses

1. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1983): Cultural Influences in the Reception of Information for Innovation among the Uzairue People of Bendel (Edo State), Nigeria. An Unpublished M.A. Project, University of Ibadan). 102 pages.

2. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1984): Book Publishing in the Social change Process in Nigeria: A Theoretical Perspective. An Unpublished M.Litt. Project in the Department of English Studies. University of Stirling. 84 pages.

3. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1987): Convergence of Mass Communication and Information Science: A Preliminary Study. An Unpublished M.LS Project in the Department of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of Ibadan. 72 pages.

4. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1995): Information Input in Organisational Effectiveness of the Nigerian Book Publishing Industry. An Unpublished Ph.D thesis in the Department of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 202 pages.

Publications:

a. Books

1. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1992). A New Approach to Reading Comprehension for Schools and Colleges. Ibadan: Stirling-Horden Publishers. 139 Pages. ISBN 976–2063–29–0.

2. Okwilagwe O. A. And Ugwumba (1992). Andy and Sally Zoo Series. University Zoo in Pictures. Stirling-Horden Publishers. 15pp.

3. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2001). Book Publishing in Nigeria. Ibadan: Stirling-Horden Publishers. 245 pages. ISBN 978–2063–28–2.

4. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2008) Tony Momoh: A National Cultural Engineer and Bibliotherapist. Stirling-Horden Publishers. 590 pages. ISBN 978–032–852–1.

5a. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2010). Nigeriana Stirling-Horden Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communications. Historical and Theoretical Perspectives. Vol. I. O. A. Okwilagwe (Ed.) Stirling-Horden Publishers. Ibadan. 333 Pages.

b. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2010). Nigeriana Stirling-Horden Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communications. Principles and Practices. Vol. 2. O. A. Okwilagwe (Ed.) Stirling-Horden Publishers. Ibadan. 430 Pages.

c. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2010). Nigeriana Stirling-Horden Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communications. Social and Entrepreneurial Imperatives.Vol. 3. O. A. Okwilagwe (Ed.) Stirling-Horden Publishers. Ibadan. 395 Pages.

d. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2010). Nigeriana Stirling-Horden Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communications. Technology Imperatives vol. 4. O.A. Okwilagwe (Ed.) Stirling-Horden Publishers. Ibadan. 423 Pages.

6. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2013). Effects of Examination Malpractice on the Development of Uzairue Clan, Etsako West Local Government Area, Edo State. Ibadan. Nigeria. Stirling-Horden Publishers. 40pp.

b. Chapters in Books already published

7. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1986). The Book Industries and Cultural Development in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects. In Unoh, S. O. (ed). Cultural Development and Nation Building. Ibadan, Spectrum Books. Pp. 89–109.

8. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1989). Literary Signposts for Appreciation/Affective Comprehension Ability. The Search: Wole Soyinka. Fountains Publications, Ibadan. Pp. 29–37.

9. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1992). Towards the Development of a Film Archives Policy within the National Film Policy in Nigeria. In Operative Principles of the Film Industry: Towards a Film Policy for Nigeria. Jos. Nigerian Film Corporation. Pp. 108–177.

10. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1993). The Public Relations Department of Local Government: Ensuring Adequate, Accurate and Effective Information Dissemination to the Public. In Information Management for Councillors and Local Government Administrators. Ibadan: Omega Publishers. Pp. 31–43.

11. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1999). Patterns of Information Utilization in the Book Industry in Nigeria. In Obemeata Joseph O. et al. (Ed.) Evaluation in Africa in Honour of E. A. Yoloye. Pp. 318–331.

12. Osiki, J.O., Okwilagwe, O.A. and Osiki, F.M.E. (2001). Fostering Adequate Learning Behaviour in the Learning Disabled Child through the Psychotherapeutic Training. In Ademokoya Abiola (Ed.) Exceptional Nigerians in the New Political Dispensation. Pp. 185–194.

13. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2001). Copyright and Collective Administration of Reproduction Rights in Nigeria. In Awosika, Yomi et. al (Ed.) Topical Issues in Education. Pp. 255–262.

14. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2003). Journal Publishing: Design and Production Management. In L. O. Aina (Ed) Handbook of the Training Course on Sustenance of Library, Archival and Information Science Journals in West Africa.

15. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2005). Putting People First” The Role of Information Science in Education. In Emeke and Abe (Eds) Evaluation in Theory and Practice Pp. 181–198.

16. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2006). Writing and Submitting Manuscripts for Scholarly Publications in a Dynamic World Intellectual System. In Olayinka, Adetimirin and Ojebode (Eds). Scholarly Writing and Publication. Solaba (Nig) Ltd. Ibadan. Pp. 122–131.

17. Obinyan, G. A. and Okwilagwe, O. A. (2010). Sustainable Development Emerging Discourse in Book Publishing in Nigeria. Nigerian Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communication: Historical and Theoretical Perspective. Ibadan: Stirling-Horden Publishers. In a set of 4 vols. Pp 319–333.

18. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Obinyan, G. A. (2010). Impact of Information and Communications Technologies on Book Publishing in Nigeria — Problems and Prospects. Nigerian Encyclopaedia of Mass Media and Communication: Technology Imperatives. Ibadan: Stirling-Horden Publishers. In a set of 4 vols. Pp 411–422.

19. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2015). The Role of Media in National Security and Crime Management in Nigeria. In Prince Tony Momoh (Ed.) The Role of Media in National Security and Crime Management in Nigeria. Lagos: Media and Law Development Centre. Pp. 1–44.

c. Articles that have already appeared in Referred Conference Proceedings

20. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1994). Information Input in Book Publishing in West Africa: Nigerian Situation. International Congress for Book Editors in West Africa. UNESCO/AWABE. Pp. 54–74. Ibadan

21. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1994). Towards an African Publishing Curriculum. International Congress for Book Editors in West Africa. UNESCO/AWABE. Pp. 85–94. Ibadan

d. Articles already Published in Learned Journal

22. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1990). Editing an Index: Studies in Expressive Communication. Nigerian Libraries Vol. 24, Nos. 1 & 2: Pp. 79–87.

23. Okwilagwe, O.A. and Abosi, C.O. (1990). The Relevance of Book Publishing Curriculum to the National Policy on Education. The Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation, Vol. 1, №11: Pp.106–117.

24. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1991). Professionalism in Publishing: Current Trends. The Publisher, Vol. 2, №1: Pp. 35–40.

25. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1991–1992). The Communication Context for Information Broking. Nigerian Libraries Vol. 25 & 26, Nos. 1- 4: Pp. 74–85.

26. Abosi, C. O. and Okwilagwe, O. A (1993). The Role of Bibliotherapy in Adjustive Behaviour of the Handicapped in a Developing Country. African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science, Vol. 3, №2: Pp. 175–178.

27. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Opeke, O. R. (1993). Information Utilisation by Decision Makers for Organisational Effectiveness. Journal of Information Science. Vol. 19, №2.

28. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Opeke, O. R. (1998). Information Needs and Utilization by Women Organizations in Nigeria. Journal of Information Communication for Education in Africa. Vol. 1, №2, June: Pp. 108–119.

29. Yoloye, A. and Okwilagwe O. A. (1999). Use of Library by Undergraduate Students in the Faculty of Education University of Ibadan, Ibadan. Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 5, Nos. 1 & 2, June & November: Pp. 268–276.

30. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1999). Interpersonal Communication in Editorial Work Activities in Book Publishing Organizations in Nigeria. Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 5, Nos. 1 & 2, June & November: Pp. 162–170.

31. Okwilagwe, O. A. (1999). Nigerian Textbook Publishers’ Perception and Utilization of Information in Decision-Making Tasks. African Journal of Educational Research. Vol. 5, №1, April: Pp. 184–194.

32. Opeke, O. R. and Okwilagwe, O. A. (2000). Nigerian Rural Women as Targets of Development Efforts: The Issue of Relative Information. International Journal of Continuing and Non-Formal Education. Vol. 1, №1: Pp. 70–79.

33. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2000). Analysis of Copyright Worthiness of Folklore in Nigeria. Journal of Information Communication for Education in Africa Vol. 1, №4. Pp. 230–236

34. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Yoloye, A. (2000). Analysis of the Use of Textbooks by Undergraduates in the Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan. African Journal of Educational Management. Vol. 8, №1: Pp. 237–242.

35. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2001). Analysis of Printers’ Estimates for the Manufacturing of Textbooks in a Tertiary Institution in Nigeria. Ibadan. Journal of Educational Studies. Vol. I, №1. May: Pp. 227–239.

36. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Nwokeafo C.C. (2001). Information Requirement and Order of Preference in Communication for Effective Unionism by the Members of Academic Union of Nigeria (ASUU) University of Ibadan, Ibadan. Journal of Advanced Studies in Educational Management. Vol. I, №1, January: Pp. 39–47.

37. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2001). Copyright and the Music Industry. Nigeria Education Law Journal. Vol. 4, №1: Pp. 49–55.

38. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2001). Effects of Utilization of Internally and Externally Generated Information for Organizational Effectiveness of the Publishing Industry in Nigeria. Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 6, Nos. 1 & 2, November & June: Pp. 153–167.

39. Opeke, O. R. and Okwilagwe, O.A. (2002). Promoting Informatics for National Development in Nigeria: What Role for a UNESCO-NGO Support? Nigerian Libraries (Journal of the Nigerian Library Association). Vol. 36, №1. June: Pp. 53–60.

40. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Oga, H. U. (2002). Assessment of Effectiveness of the Nigerian Copyright Law by Humanities Authors in Selected Nigerian Universities. African Journal of Educational Planning Policy Studies. Vol. 3, №2, December: Pp. 119–132.

41. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2002). A Critical Examination of the Implications of Copyright for Broadcasting in Nigeria. Nigeria Education Law Journal. Vol. 5, №1. June: Pp. 100–107.

42. Okwilagwe, O. A and Njoku, I. F. (2002). Utilisation of Information Technologies (ICTs) for Book Marketing in Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Clinical and Counselling Psychology. Vol. 8, Issue 1, May: Pp. 189–204.

43. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Njoku, I. F. (2002). Availability and Accessibility of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) to Nigerian Publishers for Book Marketing Business. African Journal of Educational Management. Vol. 10, №1, June.

44. Opeke, O. R., Osunkunle, S. and Okwilagwe O. A. (2002). Information Sources and Utilisation Patterns of Pharmaceutical Scientists in Nigeria. African Journal of Biomedical Research. Ibadan Biomedical Communication Group. Vol. 5, №3, Sept: Pp. 137–140.

45. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Mubonyin, V. (2002). The Role of Bibliotherapy in Value System Formation by Undergraduates a Nigerian University: A Preliminary Study. Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 7, No 1, Pp. 226–242.

46. Haliso, Y. I. and Okwilagwe, O. A. (2003). Information Needs and Seeking Behaviour of Students in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria: A Case Study of Babcock University, Nigeria. Humanities Today. Issue 1, 79–89

47. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Olaojo, P. O. (2004). Library, Archival and Information Studies (LARIS) Curricular as Determinants of Professional Job Performance in Librarianship in Nigeria. Nigerian Library and Information Science Review. Vol. 22, №1: Pp. 46–53.

48. Mabawonku, I. and Okwilagwe O. A. (2004). Lecturers Use of Information Technology in Nigerian Library and Information Science Schools. Gateway Library Journal. Vol. 7, №2, December: Pp. 20–31.

49. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2007). Book Piracy: Robbery of Intellectual Property. The Publisher. Vol. 14, №1, November: Pp. 17–23.

50. Edem, M. B. and Okwilagwe, O. A. (2008). An Assessment of Law Textbook Publishing in Nigeria 1960–1999. Gateway Library Journal. Vol. 11, №1, June: Pp. 1–15.

51. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2008). Exploring Cultural Engineering and the Film in Nigeria. International Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Scholarship. Nos. 3–5: Pp. 54–63.

52. Okwilagwe, O.A. and Dirisu, M.A. (2008). Copyright Protection and Intellectual Property Productivity in Social Sciences Research Institute in Nigeria. Ibadan Journal of Educational Studies (IJES) Vol. 5, №1: Pp. 151–170.

53. Okwilagwe, O.A. and Dirisu, M.A. (2008). Social Science Researchers’ Perception of the Effectiveness of Copyright Law in Protecting their Intellectual Property in Nigeria. Ibadan Journal of Educational Studies (IJES) Vol. 5, №2: Pp. 144–156.

54. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2008). Copyright Law Enforcement in the Intellectual Property Development Process. International Journal of Film, Literary and Media Research. Vol. 5, №1, March.

55. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2000). Copyright Law and the Book Publishing Industry in Nigeria. Nigeria Educational Law Journal. Vol. 3, №2, March.

56. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2008). Information Service Packages Preferred by Managers in Book Publishing Organizations in Nigeria. Journal of Publishing, Information and Mass Communication. Vol. 6, Nos. 1 & 2, January & June.

57. Opeke, O. R. and Okwilagwe, O. A. (2008). The Use of Information in the Development of Creativity in Nigerian Secondary Schools. Journal of Publishing, Information and Mass Communication. Vol. 6, Nos. 1 & 2, January & June.

58. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2009). Promoting Professionalism in Africa Publishing: The Publishing Studies Postgraduate Programme in the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Journal of Publishing, Information and Mass Communication. Vol. 7. No 1- 2.

59. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2011). Bibliotherapeutic Influence on Nigerian Female University Students: Self Report on Sexual Attitudes and Behaviours. US-China Education Review A. Vol. 1, №1, June: Pp. 131–139.

60. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2011). A Model for Adoption and Application of ISBD in Book Publishing in Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice.

61. Okwilagwe, O.A. (2011). Cultural Beliefs as Factors Influencing Interpersonal Communication among the Employees of Edo States Public Library in Benin City, Nigeria. Academic Research International Vol.1, Issue 1, July.

62. Fagbola, B. O. and Okwilagwe O. A. (2011). An Evaluation of the Quality of Core Primary School Textbooks among Publishers in Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa. Vol. 10 No 2. 6172.

63. Alonge, A. J. and Okwilagwe, O. A. (2011). A Case Study of African Journal of Medicine and Medical Services. International Journal of Film, Literary and Media Studies. Vol. 8. No 2: 74–89.

64. Ukpeo, C. and Okwilagwe, O. A. (2011). A Survey of the Patterns of Internet Use by Students in Private Secondary Schools in Benin City Cosmopolis in Edo State. International Journal of Film, Literary and Media Studies. Vol. 8. No 2. 106–116.

65. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Edem, M. B. (2012). Acquisition and Use of Locally Published Law Textbooks as Correlates Textbook Publishing in Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice.

66. Okwilagwe, O. A. and Ogbomo, M. O. (2012). Computer Skills as Predictors of Lecturers’ Use of Scholarly Electronic Publications for Research in Federal University Libraries in Nigeria. PNLA Quarterly, Vol. 76, №3. June

67. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2012). Perspectives on Effective Records Management: Prescriptions for Functional Information and Communication Technology in Nigeria. African Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology and Sport Facilitation (AJCPSF). Vol. 14 (2). June, 2012: 833–855.

68. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2012). Issues and Challenges of Bookselling at the Grassroots in Nigeria. International Journal of Emotional Psychology and Sport Ethics (IJEPSE). Vol. 14 (1). January, 2012: Pp 750–757.

69. Ibegwan, Ahiaoma and Okwilagwe, O. A. (2012). Factors Affecting the Use of Indigenous Publications by Medical and Dental Students in Nigeria Universities. Chinese Librarianship. June 2012, Issue 33.

70. Adegbore, Adebayo, Okwilagwe, O. A. and Salaam Mulikat Olawanle (2013). Management of Electronic Resources in Private Universities in South-West Nigeria. Elixir International Journal. Issue 58, 14594

e. Books, Chapters in books and Articles already accepted for Publication

71. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2013): Influence of Publisher’s Sales Representatives’ Demographic Factors on their Perception on Book as Product for Branding and Marketing in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Special Edition of Ibadan Journal of Educational Studies Vol. 10. March (Nigeria)

72. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2013): Implications of Legal Deposit: Book Control for National Intellectual Property Development in Nigeria. Sustaining Educational Ideals Beyond the 21st Century. Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan. Nigeria at 50. Ibadan: March

73. Okwilagwe, O. A. (2014): Publishing, Culture and National Development in Nigeria. Centre for Black Art and African Culture (CBAAC). Lagos.

f. Towards Developing a Theory Titled Hegemony/Tranny of ICT: Recently Completed Preliminary Studies on Hegemony/Tranny of ICT in a 3rd World Nation: Macro and Micro Study of the Adobe Portable Document Format Communication Medium. They are currently undergoing peer review.

74. Okwilagwe, O. A. Investigation of Postgraduate Students’ Awareness, Perception and Utilisation of Adobe Portable Document Format in the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 16pp.

75. Okwilagwe, O. A. Comparative Study of Awareness, Perception and Utilisation of Adobe Portable Document Format among Postgraduate Students of Varying Levels of Study in the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 15pp.

76. Okwilagwe, O. A. Comparative Study of Male and Female Postgraduate Students’ Utilisation of Adobe Portable Document Format in Humanities, Social Sciences and Sciences in University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 16pp.

77. Okwilagwe, O. A. Comparison of Preferences of Portable Document Format and Printed Books by Graduate Students in Six Universities in Nigeria. 15pp.

78. Okwilagwe, O. A. A National Study of Postgraduates Students’ Awareness of Adobe Portable Document Format E-Books as Media of Information Communication for Learning and Research on Internet. 15pp.

79. Okwilagwe, O. A. A Study of Nigerian Postgraduate Students’ Preference for and Acceptance of the Adobe Portable Document Format E-Books as a Media for Scholarly Communication. Pp 17.

80. Okwilagwe, O. A. A National Survey of Nigerian Postgraduate Students’ Perceptual Profiles and Adoption of Adobe Portable Document Format E-Books as Media of Scholarly Communication on the Internet. 15pp.

81. Okwilagwe, O. A. Investigation of Postgraduate Students’ Utilisation of Adobe Portable Document Format E-Books as a Communication Media across Six Universities in Nigeria. 18Pp.

xIV. Some Conferences Attended with Papers Read (in the last 5 years)

1. National Conference on Mass Media and Communications Developmental Role in Nation Building in the 21st Century. Ibadan, Nigeria. 13–14 November, 2012.

Paper Presented: Convergence of Mass Communication and Information Science in Theory and Practice.

2. Conference of the Institute of Information & Records Management of Nigeria. Lokoja. 6th — 8th March, 2013.

Paper Presented: Perspectives on Effective Records Management: Prescriptions for Functional Information and Communication Technology in Nigeria.

3. Conference of the Nigerian Booksellers Association, University of Lagos. 7th May, 2013.

Paper Presented: Issues and Challenges of Bookselling at the Grassroots in Nigeria.

Referees:

1. Emeritus Professor P. A. I. Obanya

Institute of Education

University of Ibadan, Ibadan

2. Professor C. O. Onocha

Institute of Education

University of Ibadan, Ibadan

3. Professor Charles B. U. Uwakwe

Department of Guidance and Counseling

University of Ibadan, Ibadan