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Stella Ngozi Ifeoma Anasi is a librarian, a researcher and an informationist by passion and profession with nearly two decades’ experience in leading tertiary institutions in Nigeria. She is currently the Head of Acquisitions Section, University of Lagos Library. Dr. Anasi holds PhD and MLS degrees from University of Ibadan, a Master of Public Administration degree from Lagos State University, and a Bachelor of Education degree from University of Nigeria. She is a chartered librarian, a member of Nigerian Library Association (NLA), a member of International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) and a member of Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA). Dr. Anasi is also a member of University of Lagos Senate and a member of Academic Staff Union of Universities in Nigeria. Her research interest includes information and communication technologies (ICTs) application to library services, resource sharing, health information and gender studies. She has published widely and presented papers at international and national conferences.

1. Anasi, S.N.I. (2003). The Utilization of Audiovisual Materials by Community Health Workers in Lagos State, Nigeria. Lagos Journal of Library and Information Science. 1(1), 53-58.
2. Anasi, S.N.I. (2004) Audiovisual Media Capabilities and Health Information Dissemination. Library Focus. 22, 50 -60.
3. Anasi, S.N.I. (2005) Multi-dimensional Interventions of Information and Communication Technologies for women Empowerment in Nigeria. Lagos Journal of Library and Information Science. 3(1), 56 -66
4. Anasi, S.N.I. (2005). The Potentials of ICT Application to Increased Relevance and Sustainability of University Library Services in Nigeria. The Information Technologist-International Journal of Information and Communication Technology.2(2), 56-70.
5. Anasi, S.N.I (2008).The awareness and utilization Levels of Bibliotherapy by Medical and Library Personnel in Yaba Psychiatric Hospital, Lagos, Nigeria. Borno Library, Archival and Information Science Journal. 7(1), 91-102.
6. Anasi, S.N.I. (2010). Digital libraries and legal Research in Nigeria: The Way Forward. Library and Information Practitioner. 3 (1), 147-154.
7. Anasi, S.N.I. (2010). Preservation and conservation of Nigerian cultural heritage in the era of globalization. Tincity Journal of Library, Archival and Information Science. 1 (1), 62-69
8. Anasi, S.N.1. (2010) Environmental Information Needs and Sources in an urban area of Lagos State: The role of Information Professionals. Abuja Infolib. 5 (1&2), 98-110.
9. Igwe, Dickson Ogbonnaya and Stella N. I. Anasi (2010).Capacity Building and Professionalism. International Journal of Social & Policy Issues. 7 (1), 165-177.
10. Anasi, S.N.I. and Hussaini Ali (2011) Challenges of law librarianship in consolidating democracy in Nigeria. Jewel Journal of Librarianship. 3 ,80-88.
11. Anasi, S.N.I. (2006). Internet use Pattern of Undergraduate Students at University of Lagos, Nigeria. University of Dar es Salaam, Library Journal. 8(1), 1-15.
12. Anasi, S.N.I. (2010). Curbing Youth Restiveness in Nigeria: The Role of Information and Libraries. Library Philosophy and Practice. June, 1-7.
13. Nwalo, K. N. I. and Anasi, S. N. I. (2010) Access and Use of Reproductive Health Information among In-school adolescent Girls in Lagos State, Nigeria. Health Education Journal. XX (X), 1-12.
14. Hussaini Ali, J.E. Owoeye and Anasi, Stella N.I. (2010) Resource Sharing among Law Libraries: An Imperative for Legal Research and the Administration of Justice in Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice. July, 1-9.
15. Anasi, S.N.I. and Ukachi, N.B. (2011) Millennium Development Goals, information literacy and young women empowerment: the role of an NGO resource centre in Nigeria. International Journal of Information Research. 1 (2), 103-115.
16. Anasi, S.N.1. (2012) Digital libraries and higher education in Nigeria in the 21st century. DESIDOC Journal of Library and Information Technology, 32 (4), 353-357.
17. Anasi, S.N.1. (2012) Information and Communication Technologies and Women's Education in Nigeria: Challenges and Future Directions. PNLA Quarterly 76 (3), 1-10.
18. Anasi, S.N.I. and Hussaini Ali (2012) Resource sharing challenges and Prospects in Nigerian Univerisity libraries Interlending and Document Supply, 40 (3) 156 – 162.