Mrs. Juliana Nwakaego AgwunobiDepartment
Library and Information ScienceDesignation
Mrs. Juliana Nwakaego Agwunobi is a Lecturer in University of Calabar Library, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria. She joined the University as Assistant Lecturer in April 2011 and was promoted to the rank of Lecturer II in 2014. She holds B. Ed. (Education/Religion) obtained from University of Nigeria Nsukka (1999) and MLS from University of Calabar in 2010. Juliana Agwunobi is a seasoned lecturer that has been teaching Library and information science courses since joining the University. She is a member of many professional bodies including Nigerian Library Association, (Cross River Chapter) and Chartered Librarian. She has published many academic articles in both local and international.
|First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC)||Urban Primary School, Owerri, Imo State. 1973||1967||1973 delete_forever|
|West African School Certificate (WASC)||Girls Secondary School, Owerri, Imo State||1974||1981 delete_forever|
|Teachers Training College, (TC II)||Teachers Training College Ogbunlike Anambra State.||1979||1982 delete_forever|
|National Certificate of Education (NCE)||College of Education Nsugbe, Anambra State.||1987||1991 delete_forever|
|Bachelor of Education (B.Ed)||University of Nigeria, Nsukka.||1995||1999 delete_forever|
|Master of Library Science (MLS)||University of Calabar, Calabar.||2008||2010 delete_forever|
|Offem, C. O., & Agwunobi, J. N. (2021). The Impact of Leadership styles on Administrative Effectiveness of Librarians in Federal Universities in South-South Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Research and Method in Education 11:8-18|
|Agwunobi, J. N., & Umoren P. T. (2020). The use of online Legal Information Access and Retrieval devices in the e-Library of the faculty of Law, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Library Services and Technologies 2: 30-40|
|Umoh, M. S., & Agwunobi, J. N. (2020). Usersâ€™ satisfaction with Facilities of University Libraries in South-South, Nigeria. Journal of Library Services and Technologies. 2:69-78|
|Agwunobi, J. N., & Umoren P. T. (2019). E-Abstract Information Search Engines in Academic Libraries: Implication for Access and Acquisition of Educational Experiences. Global Journal of Educational Research 18: 63-69|
|Inyokwe, F. E. and Agwunobi, J. N. (2017). Motivation indices and Staff Productivity in the University of Calabar Library. Research Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies 3(2):52-58.|
|Umoren, P. T. and Agwunobi, J. N. (2017). Communication in academic Libraries: An Assessment of University of Calabar Library Technique in Information Services Delivery. Global Journal of Educational Research 17:47-54.|
|Inyang, O. G. and Agwunobi, J. N. (2016). Training cataloguers in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) era to promote research best Practices in University of Calabar. Information and Knowledge Management 6(5):42-49.|
|Inyokwu, F. E. and Agwunobi, J. N.(2916). Internet and Library classification as determinants of students Utilization of information resources in University of Calabar library. The Information Technologist 13(1):117-181.|
|Fidelis, E. I and Agwunobi, J. N. (2015). Abstract and Bibliography as retrieved devices and Students utilization of information resources in University of Calabar Library. Global Journal of Educational Research 14:31-39.|
|Agwunobi, J. N. and Ottong, E. J. (2013).The influence of self-concept of Undergraduate student on delinquent behaviour in academic libraries in Cross River State, Nigeria. Library and Information Practitioner 4(1)(2): 565-570.|
|Agwunobi, J. N. and Ottong, E. J. (2011). The influence gender and age of students on delinquent behavior in the University Libraries in Cross River State, Nigeria. Library and Information Practitioner 4(1)( 2): 381-386.|
|Agwunobi, J. N. and Ofre, E. T. (2011). Parental marital status and attitude towards Undergraduate studentsâ€™ delinquent behaviour in academic libraries in Cross River State, Nigeria. Library and Information Manager 4(1): 147-156.|
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