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Prof. Aniebiet Inyang Ntui


Library and Information Science




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About Prof. Aniebiet Inyang Ntui

Mrs. Aniebiet Inyang Ntui is a Professor of Library and Information Science in the University of Calabar, Nigeria. She holds a B.Sc.(Ed), M.Ed., MLS, and a Ph.D. in Library and Information Science. She has co-authored books, book chapters in refereed texts and more than sixty articles in scholarly and professional journals. She is a Member, Nigerian Library Association (NLA); Member, National Association of Library and Information Science Educators (NALISE); Member, National Association of Women Academics (NAWACS); Member, Association of African Women Scholars; Member, Association of Women Librarians in Nigeria (AWLIN); Member, African Library and Information Associations and Institutions (AFLIA); Certified Librarian, Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria (LRCN), also she is registered by the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN). She has attended about twenty conferences both local and international. Her services to the University community include: Course Co-ordinator, Library Science Diploma Programme; Course Co-ordinator, Centre visits to libraries and related institutions; Co-ordinator; Library Practicum for Library Science Masters Programme; Examination Officer Library Science Unit; Member, Departmental Hand Book Review Committee; Head, Africana Division, University of Calabar Library; Head, Research Division University of Calabar Library; Library Representative on the Faculty Board of Agriculture; Library Representative on Faculty of Arts Board; Teaching Practice Supervision, Faculty of Education; Member, Library Projects on Digitisation and e-Library Operations; Member, Library and Publications Committee; Chair Person, Undergraduate Project Committee, Faculty of Education; Head of Department, Library and information; Member, Curriculum Review Committee, Faculty of Education; Member, Faculty of Education Bulletin Publication; Chair Person, Departmental Graduate Committee and Senate member of the University of Calabar. Her professional services include: revamping and design of Diploma in Library Studies programme at the University of Calabar; modularisation and design of the PhD programme in Library and Information Science, in the University of Calabar; Resource Person at the Training of library officers Course, organised by Ford Foundation in Cross River State public library Calabar, Nigeria; Resource Person at Workshop on Library and for Local Government Areas in Cross River State, organised by the local government service commission in Calabar, Nigeria; Resource Person (Librarian) in Niger Delta Third Post Amnesty Reformation Training. The Camp was held in Obubra, Cross River State, which included reformation program centred on education, library use and training opportunities for the ex-militants in the South – South zone of Nigeria; Revamping and design of Masters programme in Library Studies programme at the University of Calabar. She has rendered several consultancy services such as: Training of Trainers in Documentation of Information Resources, in Cross River State, sponsored by Ministry of Information; Feasibility Study on the Establishment of a Community Library in the Bakassi Area of Cross River State. Some of her Community services include: Team Leader/Examiner, West Africa School Certificate/General Certificate of Education Biology Practical Examinations; Member UNICAL HIV/AIDS Critical Mass Committee; Assisted in the use of Information for creation of awareness of HIV/AIDS pandemic in University of Calabar community; Member, Local Organizing Committee (LOC) CITED 2008, jointly organized by University of Calabar, Nigeria; University, West of Scotland, Scotland; Presented a Keynote address in 2018 for National Library of Nigeria Reading Promotion Week, Calabar; Special Marshal, Federal Road Safety Commission. She has supervised several undergraduate and post graduate projects.She is happily married with children.

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Ntui, A. I., Robert, B. E., & Eyong, I. U. (2017). Economic Challenges and Prospects Associated with the utilization of Information and Communication Technology in Library Services in Universities in Cross River State Nigeria. Computing and Information System Journal, 21 (1), 1-13.
Ntui, A. I., & Robert, B. E. (2017). Paisley: UWS Printing Services, ISBN 978-1-64136-046-3 (ebk)
Ntui, A. I. (2015). Information and communication technology facilities and users’ satisfaction in University Of Calabar Library, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Information Research and Review, 2 (1), 271-273.
Ntui, A. I. (2015). The role of public libraries on reading culture: a study of public library in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria. Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, 24(1), 26-32.
Ntui, A. I. (2015). Examining the attitude of library and information (LIS) students in University of Calabar (UNICAL) towards entrepreneurship. Information and Knowledge Management, 5(8), 39-4 5.
Ntui, A. I. & Udah, A. E. (2015). Accessibility and utilization of library resources by teachers in secondary schools in Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, 15(8), 1-12.
Ntui, A. I. & Wiche, H. I. (2015). Funding and library resources in government owned university libraries in Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Library and Information Science,3(1),136-146.
Ntui, A. I. (2015). Financing libraries and information centres for internally displaced persons in Nigeria: The Bakassi case. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 6(16), 78-85.
Ntui, A. I., Marcus, O. O. & Edam-Agbor, I. B.(2015). Socio-demographic characteristics and stress among librarians in Cross River State, Nigeria. Pearl: A Journal of Library and Information Science 9(2),125-132.
Ntui, A. I. & Inyang, C. L. (2015).Utilization of information and communication technology (ICT) resources and job effectiveness among library staff in the University of Calabar and Cross River University of Technology, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice, 6 (6),102-106.
Ntui, A. I., & Edam-Agbor, I. B. (2015). Library and Information Science: A General Perspective. Calabar, University of Calabar Press, 207p. ISBN 978 051 9351
Ntui, A. I., & Edam-Agbor I. B. (2015). Reference sources. In: Bassey, R., Edem, N. B., & Ani, O. (Eds), Library Use and Information Literacy, Calabar, Adonai Press, ISBN 978-38525-0-7
Ntui, A. I. & Orim F.S. (2014). A comparative study of users’ attitude towards the utilization of library services in Cross River University of Technology and University of Calabar libraries, Nigeria. International Journal of Current Research, 6 (12), 1114-1117.
Ntui, A. I. (2014). The role of information and communication technology (ICT) in the provision of library services in Akwa Ibom State E–Library, Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and social sciences, 4 (12), 424-433.
Ntui, A. I., Eyong, I. U. & Kekayo, O. A. (2014). Perceived effect of students’ antisocial behaviour on library services in tertiary institutions libraries in Cross River State. Journal of Library and Information Sciences, 2 (2),17-27.
Ntui, A. I., Adu, A. V. & Eyong, I. E. (2014). Motivation as correlates of work attitude of library staff in tertiary institutions’ libraries in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Library and Information Sciences, 2(2), 55-65.
Edem, N., & Ntui A. I. (2012). Introduction to Cataloguing and Classification: Principles and Application. Calabar, University of Calabar Press, P. 179p ISBN: 978-051-851-7
Ntui, A. I, Ottong, E., & Usoro, A. (2012). Integrating Information Communication Technologies with Information Literacy and Library – Use- Instructions In Nigerian Universities. In: Usoro, A. et al. (Ed.), Leveraging Developing Economies With Use of Information Technology: Trends And Tools, Hershey: New York, USA www (pp. 217-226). ISBN 978-1-4666-1637-0.
Edem, N. B., Ani, O. E. & Ntui, A. I. (2011). Developing strategies for effective knowledge management (km) in university libraries in Nigeria. Journal of Knowledge Management Practice, 12 (4).
Ntui, A. I. (2011). Role of library in conflict and peace process in Bakassi area of Nigeria. Journal of Library, Educational Media and Information Studies,3 (9),1-11.
Ntui, A. I., Etuk, M. & Ofem, C. (2011). Literacy Skill Development for tertiary Institutions: A Case Study of University of Calabar. The Information Technologist: An International Journal of Information and Communication Technology, 8 (1), 173-181.
Edem, N., Ntui A. I., & Edam-Agbor, I. B. (2011). Reference Services in Academic Libraries: A practical approach. Calabar, University of Calabar Press228p ISBN- 978 – 051-752-9
Ntui, A. I., & Edem, N. B. (2011). Mobile Phone Etiquette in Nigeria: The Case of Calabar Municipality. In: Adomi, E. E. (Ed), Handbook of Research in Information Communication Technology policy 2, Hershey: New York, USA www (pp. 527 – 538).
Ottong, E. J., Ntui, A, I. & Usoro, A. (2010). Economic development through information dissemination and crisis management in Bakassi area of Nigeria: An exploratory case study of Bakassi area of Nigeria. Computing & Information System,14 (1), 23 - 30.
Ntui, A. I. & Ottong, E. J. (2010). Access to indigenous raffia craft knowledge in Ikot Ekpene Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nigerian Informer: The Nigerian Journal of Information Science, 3(2), 24- 49.
Ntui, A. I., Ottong, E., & Esin, J. (2010). Promoting access to food culture for tourism development in Cross River state, Nigeria: Libraries as facilitators. Library and Information Practitioner, 3 (1), 135 – 146.
Ntui, A. I. & Eno, O. (2010) .Information needs of rural people in food stuff trade in Abijang area of Nigeria. The Librarian and Information Manager, 3 (1),171-182.
Ottong, E. J. & Ntui, A. I. (2010). Literacy skills development for tertiary institution: A case study of University of Calabar. Literacy and Reading in Nigeria, 12 (2), 6-14.
Ottong, E. J., Lawal, O. O., & Ntui, A, I. (2010). Information Literacy and Knowledge Utilization for National Development. In. Lawal, O. O. (Ed.), Library Information Practice and Education in Nigeria: Current Trends and Issues. (pp 74 – 85). Calabar: The University of Calabar Press. ISBN 978-007-178-4
Ottong, E. J, Lawal, O. O., & Ntui, A. I. (2010), Information Literacy and Knowledge Management for National Development in Nigeria: A Case Study of Faculty of Education Lecturers, University of Calabar. Proceedings of the 48th National Conference and Annual General Meeting of Nigerian Library Association (NLA), Abuja: HEBN Publishers (pp, 90- 101) ISBN: 978 978 081 403 8
Ntui, A. I. (2009). Noise sources and levels at the University of Calabar Library,Calabar, Nigeria. African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science, 19(1), 53 - 63.
Ntui, A. I. & Ottong, E. J. (2009). Preservation of bibliographic resources in tertiary institutions: The case of University of Calabar, Nigeria. Borno Library, Archival and Information Science Journal, 8 (2), 155 – 162.
Eteng, U. & Ntui, A. I. (2009). Access to e - Learning in the Nigerian university system: A case Study of University of Calabar. The Information Technologist: An International Journal of Information and Communication Technology, 6 (2), 1-9.
Ntui, A. I., Ottong, E. J., & Edem, N. B (2009), Role of Library in Conflict and Peace Process in Bakassi Area of Nigeria. Proceedings of the 47th National Conference and Annual General Meeting of Nigerian Library Association (NLA), Ibadan: HEBN Publishers(pp61- 70), ISBN: 978 978 081 352 9
Ottong, E. & Ntui, A. I. (2008). Repositioning information literacy for learning societies: Strategies and prospects for life long education in south-south sub-region of Nigeria. Global Review of Library & Information Science, 6 (20), 41–45.
Ntui, A. I., & Utuk, S. J. (2008). Information Resources and Services in Libraries. In. Lawal, O. O., Nkereuwem, E., & Edem, M. (Eds.), Library Use and Information Literacy Hand Book, (pp 20-27). Calabar: Glad Tidings Press. ISBN 978-8073-53-X.
Ntui, A. I., & Ottong, E. J. (2008), Towards a Global Dissemination of Indigenous Knowledge: The Case of Raffia Artisans in Ikot Ekpene Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 46th National Conference and Annual General Meeting of Nigerian Library Association (NLA), Kaduna: HEBN Publishers(pp85- 92), ISBN: 978 978 081 204 1
Ntui, A. I. (2005). Financing public libraries in Nigeria: Alternative sources to government. African Journal of Education & Information Management (AJEIMA), 7 (1), 82-90.
Onuu, M. U. & Inyang, A. M. (2004). Environmental noise pollution in Nigerian Universities: A case study of University of Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Nigerian Environmental Society (JNES), 2(1), 100 – 109.
Inyang, A., & Ottong, E. J. (2002). The Physical- Make Up Of A Book. In: Udofia, I.U. (Ed.), Library Skills: Course in the Use of Library, Lagos, Executive Publishers, (pp 19-33). ISBN 978-32938-4-X.
Ottong, E. J., & Inyang, A. (2002). Classification. In: Udofia, I. U. (Ed,), Library Skills: Course in the Use of Library, Lagos, Executive Publishers, (pp 57-62). ISBN 978-32938-4-X.
Ani, O. E., Esin, J. E. & Inyang, A. I. (2001). Gender disparity in science, technology & mathematics in Nigeria. The Paragon. A Journal of National Association of Women Academics, Calabar branch, 1 (1), 238- 244.
Atinmo, M. & Inyang, A. M. (1999). Information access to blind persons in Cross River State: A case study of St Joseph Rehabilitation Centre. The Exceptional Child: The Journal of the National Council for Exceptional Children, 3 (1&2), 32-36.

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49th National Conference and Annual General Meeting of Nigerian Library Association (NLA) Anambra state, 10-15 July, 2011Ntui, A. I. (2011). Information needs of Niger Delta Third Post Amnesty Militant. 2011-07-102011-07-15
Annual Conference of Kenya Library Association, 27th- 29th November 2014. Eldoret, Kenya, available online at, A. I. (2014), Students Perception of the Variables Influencing User Education in University Of Calabar, Nigeria. 2014-11-272014-11-29
National Association of Library and Information Science Educators (NALISE) Conference, held in University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, 11th May – 14th – Thursday 2015.2015-05-112015-05-14
54th National Conference/AGM, held at FUNTAJ International School Auditorium, David Jemibewon Crescent, Off Oladipo Diya Road Gudu, Abuja, from 24 – 29th July, 2016Ntui, A. I., & Orim, F. S. (2016). Information Management and Service Delivery in tourism sites in Cross River State for sustainable development in Nigeria. 2016-07-242016-07-29