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PUBLICATIONS:

Anunobi Chinwe Veronica, & Nkiru Emezie (2016) A paradigm competences and library services for e-learning: a proposal for librarians in developing countries. IFLA/WLIC. http://library.ifla.org/1455/1/124-anunobi-en.pd

Nwaohiri, N. M & Emezie, N.A (2015).Information and Communication Technology and the physically challenged: an advocacy for an inclusive information society in Nigerian libraries. MiddleBelt Journal of Library and Information Science, Vol.13, No.1

BOOK CHAPTERS
Issa, A.O; Sadiku, S.A; Olarongbe, S.A; Emezie, N.A & Igwe, K.N (2015). Tools, technologies and systems for knowledge management in organizations. In Igwe, K.N; Nnadozie, C.O; Unagha, AO; Uzuegbu, C.P & Naga, M.M (Eds.). Fundamentals of knowledge management for the knowledge economy. Lagos: Zeh Communications Ltd. pp 111-127. 

Emezie, N .A; Chukwu, S.AJ & Anyanwu, A.I (2015). Marketing published information resources. In Igwe, K.N & Ahmed, AO (Eds.) Issues and themes in publishing. Lagos: Zeh Communications Ltd. pp 266 - 274.

1.       Emezie, Nkeiru A. and Nwaohiri, Ngozi .M. (2014). The challenges of library automation  in  Nigerian universities of technology:  the example of Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria. The  information technologist: An international journal of information and  communication technology (ICT). Vol 11, (1), June. Pp 182 – 194. ISSN 1597 - 4316

2.       Igwe, K.N; Emezie, N.A and Uzuegbu, C.P (2014). Information literacy skills and the research process. In Information literacy education for tertiary institutions. Lagos, Zeh Communications.

 

3.       Emezie, Nkeiru. (2013). An analysis of circulation use statistics in a Nigerian University Library. MiddleBelt journal of library and information science. Vol 11, no.1. Pp  195 – 204.  ISSN: 1596 – 1595

4.       Emezie, Nkeiru and Nwaohiri, Ngozi. (2013). 21st century librarians and effective information service delivery. Information impact: Journal of information and   knowledge management. Vol 4 (1), July. Pp 30 – 43 ISSN: 2141 – 4297

 

5.          Nwaohiri, N.M. and Emezie, N.A. (2012): Factors affecting the adoption of        information technologies by university libraries in Imo State. The Information technologist: An international journal of information and communication technology (ICT). 9(2) Dec. Pp 45 -53.

 

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6.        Chima-James, N, Emezie, N. A and Nwaohiri,N. M. (2010):  Globalization oppurtunities and challenges in university libraries in Imo state. Journal of library and information science technology vol 1(no 1), July - September.

 

 

7.   Emezie, N. A, Nwaohiri N. M. and Chima-James, N. (2009): The impact of         digital divide on skills development amongst academic librarians in Imo state. The Information technologist: An international journal of information and communication technology (ICT). 3(2).Pp 95-106.

 

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8.   Onyebinama, C. O, Njoku, I.S and Emezie, N. A. (2008): Museums and young people: the heritage of pride. The Information technologist: An international weekly of information and communication technology (ICT).5 (2) December.Pp.107 – 112.

 

ISSN 1597 – 4316