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Adeyinka Tella
University of Ilorin
The InternetPsychologyLibrary scienceComputer scienceMedical education
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#1Adeyinka Tella (University of Ilorin)H-Index: 8
Last. Olubukola Oluyemisi Ajiboye (University of Ilorin)
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Last. Colette Ogugua Onyebinama (Federal University of Technology Owerri)
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#1Victoria Okojie (University of Abuja)
#2Faith Orim (University of Calabar)H-Index: 1
Last. Adeyinka Tella (University of Ilorin)H-Index: 8
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This study examined undergraduate students’ knowledge of copyright infringement at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. A descriptive survey design was adopted. Three hundred and seventy-two (372) undergraduate students randomly selected from twelve universities constituted the sample for the study. Four research questions were developed and answered and data was collected through a self-designed questionnaire. The findings demonstrate that the majority of the respondents are aware of copyright ...
#1Adeyinka Tella (University of Ilorin)H-Index: 8
#2Oseni O Dare (Landmark University)
Last. Akanbi M. Lawal (Landmark University)
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This study examined the perception and usage pattern of e-book among LIS undergraduate students from selected five universities. Questionnaire was used to collect data from the respondents. Five research questions were developed and answered. The findings demonstrate that LIS undergraduate students still use e-books more compare to print books. The results also reveal that LIS undergraduate students have positive perception of e-book as it enhance learning effectiveness, assist to finish course ...
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#1Adeyinka Tella (University of Ilorin)H-Index: 8
#2Victoria Okojie (University of Abuja)
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Last. Nduka Stella (University of Lagos)
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The study examined library and information services that are targeted towards poverty alleviation for sustainable human development by focusing on the physically challenged and special needs undergraduates at selected universities in Southwest Nigeria. Through a survey research approach, the study drew on 105 physically challenged undergraduates from seven universities using the total enumerative technique. A questionnaire was used to gather data from the respondents. Five research questions wer...
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