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img7Mrs. Olubukola Olatise functions as the Circulation Librarian at the Readers' Services Department of the University Library. She bagged a Bachelor of Science degree in Plant Science at the University of Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria and a Masters of Library and Information Studies at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She is currently a Doctoral Student in the Department of Library and Information Studies,University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She is a Certified Librarian and a member of the Nigerian Library Association.
She has passion for meeting user's information needs, satisfaction and effective service delivery.
Her research interests are on Information Retrieval and Service Delivery, Digital Library Services and Disaster Management.


1. Olatise, O. M. (2012). Disaster Planning in Nigerian Libraries: understanding the need. Deutschland: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.

2. Abioye, A., Zaid, Y. and Olatise, O. (2012). Gone So Far, Yet on the Threshold: Nigerian Library Association at fifty. In L. O. Aina & I. Mabawonku (Eds.), Nigerian Library Association at 50: promoting Library and Information Science profession for national development and transformation (pp.157-172). Ibadan: University Press Plc.

3. Adediji, O. O., Odunlade, R. O. and Olatise, O. M. (2012). The Library at the Centre of Academic Development. In R. T. Akinyele (Ed.), A History of University of Lagos 1962 - 2012 (pp.252-263). In Press.

4. 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.

5. Zaid, Y., Abioye, A. and Olatise, O. (June 2013). Training in Cultural Heritage Preservation: the experience of heritage institutions in Nigeria. Nigerian Libraries, 46(1), 28-36.