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Name

Dr. Imelda Barong Edam-Agbor

Department

Library and Information Science

Designation

Lecturer II

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Imelda Barong Edam-Agbor

Imelda Barong Edam-Agbor holds B.Sc. (Ed.) in Business Education, MLS in Library & Information Science and Ph.D in Digital Librarianship. She in 2011 joined the services of the University Of Calabar as an Assistant lecturer in the Department of Library & Information Science and since then has been teaching undergraduate courses, supervising students’ projects and been Academic Adviser. She holds a B.Sc(Ed) Business Education, MLS in Library and Information Science and Ph.D in Digital Librarianship all from the University of Calabar, Calabar. She is a Certified Librarian of Nigeria, Registered with the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, and member of the Nigeria Library Association. She has attended a number of conferences, authored and co-authored books and articles in scholarly and professional journals.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
WASCArmy Day Secondary School, Ikom19891995
B.Sc(Edu)University of Calabar19972001
MLSUniversity of Calabar20062011
Ph.DUniversity of Calabar20132017

S/N Publication
Odu, J. O. & Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2018). Library use instruction and the pattern of library services by Undergraduates in the University of Calabr, Nigeria. Global Journal of Education Research, 17(1). 87-95.
Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2018). Library Automation and Library Software Packages. In: Ntui, A. I. (Ed). Libraries: Automation and Management. Calabar: University of Calabar Press.
Edam – Agbor, I. B. & Odu, J. O. (2017). Management variables and computerization of university libraries in South-South, Nigeria. Education for Today, 13(3). 167 – 172.
Edam – Agbor, I. B & Robert, B. E. (2017). Staffing, communication and automation in academic libraries in South – South Geo-political Zone of Nigeria. Ebonyi Journal of Library and Information Science, 4(2). 406 – 414.
Edam – Agbor, I. B (2017). Staff motivation and coordination as correlates of computerization of university libraries in South – South Nigeria. Internal Jorunal of Applied Technologies in Library & Information Management, 3(3). 79 – 85.
Orim, F. & Edam – Agbor, I. B (2017). ICT and effective management of students’ academic records in Cross River State University of Technology (CRUTECH). Education for Today, 13(1). 190-194
Robert, B. E. & Edam – Agbor, I. B (2017). Management of university library services and utilization of information and communication technology (ICT) in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States, Nigeria. Journal of Library and Information Technology Trends, 12(2). 51 – 65.
Edam – Agbor, I. B & Orim, F. S. (2016). Application of information and communication technology (ICT) in University of Calabar and Cross River State University of Technology libraries, International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research, 8(20). 308-316.
Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2016). Internet and Electronic Libraries. In: Ntui, A. I. (Ed.) Readings in Library Science: Contemporary Issues. Calabar: University of Calabar Press.
Edam – Agbor, I. B. & Jonah, E. A. (2015). Survey of the availability and use of instructional media in selected secondary school libraries in Umuahia Local Government Area of Abia State. Journal of Library and Information Technology Trends, 1(1), 140 – 150.
Ntui, A. I., Marcus, O. O. & Edam – Agbor, I. B (2015). Socio-demoraphic characteristics and stress among librarians in Cross River State, Nigeria. Pearl: A Jorunal of Library and Information Science, 9(2), 125 – 132.
Ntui, A. I. & Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2015). Library and information science: A general perspective. Calabar: University of Calabar Press. 207p.
Ntui, A. I. & Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2015). Reference sources. In: Bassey, R. S., Edem, N. B. & Ani, Okon. Library use and information literacy in Nigeria Universities. Calabar: University of Calabar Press
Udofia, U. I. & Edam – Agbor, I. B (2014). A comparative analysis of users’ attitudes towards photocopying services and availability of library resources in Akwa Ibom State Public Library, Uyo and Cross River State Public Library, Calabar. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Science, 4(1), 424 – 431.
Udofia, U. I. & Edam – Agbor, I. B (2014). A comparative analysis of users’ attitudes toward lending and reference services in Akwa Ibom State public library, Uyo and Cross River State public library, Calabar. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 4(1), 432 – 440.
Edem, N. B., Ntui, A. I. & Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2011). Reference service in academic libraries: A practical approach. Calabar: University of Calabar Press. 228p.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
The Maiden National Conference of the Forum of Women Professors, held in the University of Uyo Town Campus, Uyo, NigeriaInformation provision to Niger Delta Militants in Nigeria2011-09-082011-09-09
2016 Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Library and Information Science Educators (NALISE) held at University of Ibadan, Nigeria on 9th to 13th May, 2016. Edam – Agbor, I. B., I. B., Ottong, E. J. & Nwosu, M. C. (2016). Library educators and quality assurance in two Nigerian library schools. 2016-05-092016-06-13
International Conference on Education, Development and Innovation held in Accra, Ghana, on the 29th to 31st August, 2016. Ntui, A. I., Orim, F. S., Elemi, C. O. & Edam – Agbor, I. B. (2016). Information resources and service delivery in tourism sites in Cross River State for sustainable development in Nigeria. 2016-08-292016-08-31
Nigerian Library Association (NLA), Academic and Research Libraries Section, 6th Annual conference held a Federal University Lokoja, Nigeria Responding to the changing role of librarians in a digital age: A study of University of Calabar and Cross River State university of Technology2016-10-232016-10-26
The National Library Association (NLA) Annual Conference held at the University of Lagos, NigeriaLibrary and information science professional training and the achievement of sustainable development goals in Nigeria.2017-07-232017-07-27