Email: efogbomo@delsu.edu.ng

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  • Area of Specialization: Librianship, Institutional Repository and Children's Literature, Statistics
  • Department of Library and Information Science

  • Dr. OGBOMO, Esoswo Francisca (CLN) is a senior lecturer in the Department of Library and Information Science, Faculty of Education, Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State, Nigeria. She is a member of the Nigeria Library Association (NLA). She obtained a Diploma, BLS degree and M.Sc from the Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State, Nigeria and Ph.D from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. She possesses professional certificates in IZO-007 Introduction to Oracle 9i: SQL and Oracle Database 10g: Administration I. She has published both in local, national and International journals. She has attended conferences and seminars in Nigeria and foreign countries. Her areas of interest include ICTs, research and statistics.
    My Publications
  1. Ogbomo, E.F., & Ikolo, V. (2019) A survey of Career Intentions and Entrepreneurial Competencies Needs of Library and Information Science (LIS) Students in Delta and Edo States, Nigeria, Africa Journal of Archival and Information Science
    https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajlais/article/view/192527 Vol.29(1) Pages: 159-168

  2. Ogbomo, E.F. (2019) Actualizing the Attainment of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) of Quality Education for all In Nigeria: The Roles of Libraries , Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education: Faculty of Education, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria
    Vol.4(1) Pages:

  3. Ogbomo, E.F., & Okuonghae, O. (2019) Librarians’ Awareness and Willingness to Deploy QR Code in Libraries: A Study of Selected Nigerian University Libraries, Library Progress International
    doi: 10.5958/2320-317X.2019.00001.1 Vol.39(2) Pages: 261-273

  4. Osawele, R.E., Ogbomo, E.F., & Aba, J.I. (2018) Impact of information seeking behaviour on effective primary healthcare service delivery in Edo state, Nigeria, The Information Technologist: An International Journal of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
    Vol.15(2) Pages: 9-18

  5. Ogbomo, E.F. (2018) Deploying quick (QR) response codes in libraries, Nigerbiblios
    Vol.27(1&2) Pages: 18-40

  6. Ogbomo, E.F., Kabapagasa, L.M., Ngobese, N., & Nwalubanda, J. (2018) Copyright exceptions for libraries: Supporting access to information in a recessed economy, DELSU Journal of Educational Research and Development (DJERD)
    Vol.3(1) Pages: 107-118

  7. Ekhororutomwen, M.G. & Ogbomo, E.F. (2017) Electronic resources usage and academic performance of students in university of Benin, African Journal of Studies in Education
    Vol.12(1) Pages: 321-329

  8. Ogbomo, E.F., & Muokebe, B.O. (2015) Institutional repositories, as emerging initiative in Nigerian University libraries, Information and Knowledge Management
    https://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/IKM/article/view/19418 Vol.5(1) Pages: 321-329

  9. Muokebe, B.O., & Ogbomo, E.F. (2014) The place of ICT in the development of Nigerian public libraries, ANSU Journal of Integrated Knowledge
    Vol.3(1) Pages: 229-256

  10. Obiora, N.C. & Ogbomo, E.F. (2013) Awareness of lecturers in South-South federal universities in Nigeria of institutional repositories, International Research: Journal of Library and Information Science
    Vol.3(1) Pages: 116-133

  11. Obiora, N.C. Ogbomo, E.F. & Anaehobi, E.S. (2013) Health information availability and utilization by medical practitioners for chronic disease management in central hospitals, Warri, Delta State, ISOR Journal of Pharmacy
    http://www.iosrphr.org/papers/v3i3/D0331018023.pdf Vol.3(3) Pages: 116-133

  12. Ogbomo, E.F. & Muokebe, B.O. (2013) Information needs of rural health professionals in the tuberculosis and leprosy referral centre (TB/L), Eku, Delta State, ANSU Journal Educational Research (ANSUJER)
    Vol.1(1) Pages: 205-220

  13. Ogbomo, E.F. (2012) Mentoring in libraries, Delta Library Journal
    Vol.6(2) Pages: 89-94

  14. Obiora, N.C. & Ogbomo, E.F. (2012) Education, e-learning and pedagogical approaches, UNIZIK Orient Journal of Education
    Vol.6(1) Pages: 93-104

  15. Ogbomo, E.F. (2011) Harnessing ICTs for political empowerment of rural women in Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria, PNLA Quarterly
    https://pnla.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/volume-75-3.pdf Vol.75(3) Pages: 1-12

  16. Ogbomo, E.F. (2011) ICT and rural women education and empowerment: A case study of Ethiope East Local Government of Delta, Nigeria, Focus on Contemporary Issues (FCI)
    Vol.4(1) Pages: 8-23

  17. Ogbomo, E.F. & Muokebe, B.O. (2011) Essentials of school library in developing the reading habits of secondary school students: A case study of Christ the King College Onitsha North Local Government Area, ANSU Journal of Integrated Knowledge
    Vol.1(1) Pages: 294-305

  18. Ogbomo, E.F. (2011) Issues and challenges in the use of information communication technology (ICT) in education, Information Impact: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management
    Vol.2(1) Pages: 53-68

  19. Obiora, N.C. & Ogbomo, E.F. (2011) ICT in education: a catalyst for effective use of information, PNLA Quarterly, Summer
    https://pnla.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/volume-75-4.pdf Vol.75(4) Pages: 1-13

  20. Okiy, R.B. & Ogbomo, E.F. (2011) Supporting rural women’s use of information and communication technologies for sustainable economic development in Ethiope- East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria, Journal of Information Technology Impact (JITI), Spring
    https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/23670824/pdf-journal-of-information-technology-impact Vol.11(1) Pages: 1-13

  21. Obiora, N.C. & Ogbomo, E.F. (2010) The impact of information society on the library and information science profession, Library Philosophy and Practice
    https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/441/ Vol. Pages:

  22. Ogbomo, E.F. (2010) Publication output of librarians in tertiary institutions: a case study of Delta State University, Library Philosophy and Practice
    https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/322/ Vol. Pages:

  23. Ogbomo, E.F. (2010) Undergraduate students’ information seeking behaviour in an ICT based environment: the case of library and information science, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria, Information Impact: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management
    Vol.1(3) Pages: 72-80

  24. Ogbomo, M.O. & Ogbomo, E.F. (2008) Availability and accessibility of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in rural communities of Delta State, Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice, Library Philosophy and Practice
    https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/187/ Vol. Pages:

  25. Obiora, N.C. & Ogbomo, E.F. (2008) Importance of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in making a healthy information society: The case of Delta State, Library Philosophy and Practice
    https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/219/ Vol. Pages:

  26. Ogbomo, E.F. (2007) The Impact of library services on educational development in Delta State, Educational Trends
    Vol.25(8) Pages: 88-96

  27. Adomi, E.E, Obarakpor (Ogbomo), E.F. & Akparobore, D.O. (2005) Use of information technology (IT) by electronic media workers in Delta State, Nigeria, Electronic Library
    www.emeraldinsight.com/el.htm Vol.23(3) Pages: 295-301