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img2Adefunke Olanike Alabi, is a graduate of the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. She obtained her B.Sc (Hons) degree in Forest Resources Management in 1997 and Master of Information Science (M.Inf.Sc) degree in 2000. She started her career as a Librarian in 2001 with the Research and Statistics Department, Federal Ministry of Aviation, Abuja. She later moved to the Federal Ministry of Education (Queen's College, Lagos) to continue her career as a Librarian from 2001 to 2005. She joined the University of Lagos as a Librarian in 2005 and has worked in Technical Services Department (Cataloguing Section) and the Research and Bibliographic Department (Gandhi Library). Her research interest covers Information Management, Cataloguing and Library services to children. She has authored a number of articles in reputable local and international journals. Nike has also made oral presentations of her research work at local and international conferences. She is currently the Head, Research and Bibliographic Department, popularly called Gandhi Library.


  1. Alabi, A.O. (2013). Electronic learning readiness assessment of Nigerian undergraduates: lessons from the University of Lagos. Nigerian Journal of Technological Research 8.1 :47- acheter cialis 52.
  2. Alabi, A.O, Nduka, S.C. and Olatise, O.M (2012). Information service delivery (ISD) in academic libraries: discovering new ways of satisfying the information needs of library users. Library Progress International 32.2: 109- 121.
  3. Durodolu, O.O and Alabi, A.O (2011). Using the new media as teaching tools in educational institutions in Nigeria. Journal of Library, Educational media and Information Studies.
  4. Alabi, A. O (2011). System Analysis and Design of a Computerized Record Management System: The Nigerian Postal Services (NIPOST) Experience. Lambert Academic Publishing 116p.
  5. Ezeala, L.O, Alabi, A.O and Nduka S.C. (2011).Competencies and attitudes required of the 21st century librarian in staying afloat in a changing library and information environment in Nigeria. Tin City Journal of Library , Archival and Information Science (T- JOLAIS) 2.1:84 -86.
  6. Alabi, A.O. (2010). School library use pattern among teachers of primary schools in Ibadan. African Journal of Contemporay issues in Education (Contempor) 5.2: 90-97.
  7. Alabi, A.O. and Inuwa, B. (2010) Effect of the Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) on the academic performance of undergraduate students in Nigeria: The experience at the University of Lagos and American University of Nigeria. Being a proceeding of the 2nd Professional Summit on Information Science and Technology held at the Nnamdi Azikiwe New Library Complex University of Nigeria 3rd – 7th May 2010 pp.116 – 122.
  8. Alabi, A.O (2007) Empowering literacy from childhood a survey of teachers and Libraries of higher institutions staff schools in Lagos State Nigeria. Nigerian Libraries vol. 40, 2007 pp. 54 – 70