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  • Area of Specialization: Medical Librarianship
  • Department of Physiology

  • Dr. Violet E. Ikolo is an academic librarian attached to the Medical Library of the College of Health Sciences, Delta State University , Abraka . As a Librarian, she is passionate about meeting the research needs of both staff and students of the College of Health Sciences, through the provision of relevant health information resources and services. She is also a researcher whose areas of research interest are, medical librarianship, librarian skills for service delivery, librarians job satisfaction and commitment, information literacy and library users satisfaction. She is member of several library associations, such as, the Nigerian Library Association (NLA), Medical Library Association of Nigeria (MLA-NG), Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA). In addition, she is a Certified Librarian in Nigeria (CLN) and a Certified Medical Librarian of Nigeria (CMLN).
    My Publications
  1. Ikolo, V.E., & Adomi, E.E (2022) Librarians’ Satisfaction with Promotion Practices in University Libraries in South-South, Nigeria, University of South Africa Press/ Mousaion: South African Journal of Information Studies
    DOI: Vol.40(1) Pages: 22

  2. Ikolo, V.E. (2022) Perception of Traditional Medicine Practitioners towards Formal Information Sources in Delta State , Ghana Library Journal/Ghana Library Association
    Vol.27(1) Pages: 60-69

  3. Ikolo, V.E. (2022) Information Service Delivery in Academic Libraries: The 21st Century Scenario , Ess Ess Publishers
    Vol. Pages: 286-312.

  4. Ikolo, V.E. (2021) Demographic Attributes as Correlates of Commitment Among Librarians in Universities in Delta State Nigeria. , International. Journal of Information Processing and Communication (IJIPC)/Faculty of Communication and Information Sciences, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
    Vol.11(2) Pages: 171-180

  5. Ekoko, O.N & Ikolo, V.E (2021) Menstrual Hygiene Literacy Campaign Among Secondary School Girls in Rural Areas of Delta State, Nigeria, Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)/University of Nebraska – Lincoln Vol.5904. Pages:

  6. Ikolo, V.E. & Nongo, C.J (2021) Training needs of medical librarians in Nigeria: A survey, Health Information & Libraries Journal/Wiley-Blackwell Publishing
    DOI: 10.1111/hir.12383 Vol.39(2) Pages: 155-165.

  7. Ikolo, V.E. (2020) Doctor’s Awareness and Perception of Medical Library Resources and Services: A Case Study of Delta State University Teaching Hospital (Delsuth), Nigeria, International Journal of Library and Information Services (IJLIS)
    Vol.9 92) Pages: 58-71

  8. Ikolo, V.E. (2020) Perceptions of Librarians and Library and Information Science Educators towards Collaboration and Promotion of Information Literacy in Nigeria , African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science/ Archlib and Information Service Ibadan, Nigeria
    Vol.30(2) Pages: 165-180

  9. V.E. Ikolo (2020) Doctor's Awareness and Perception of Medical Library Resources and Services: A Case Study of Delta State University Teaching Hospital (Delsuth), Nigeria , International Journal of Library and Information Services (IJLIS) Vol.9(2) Pages: 58-71

  10. V.E. Ikolo, B.A. Akporhonor (2019) Job Satisfaction Among Librarians In Universities In South South Zone Of Nigeria: Demographic Differences, Nigerbiblios
    Vol. Pages:

  11. V.E. Ikolo (2019) Transformation Leadership for Academic Libraries in Nigeria Advanced Methodologies and Technologies in Business Operations and , Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, (4th Ed). IGI Global Publishers Vol.Chapter in a Book Pages: 1429-1439

  12. V.E. Ikolo (2019) A Survey of First Year Student’s” Use of Medical Library” in Delta State University, Abraka , International Journal of Forensic Medical Investigation (Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences) Vol.4 (2) Pages: 9-14

  13. V.E. Ikolo E.F. Ogbomo (2019) A Survey of Career Intentions and Entrepreneurial Competencies Needs of Library and Information Science (LIS) Students in Delta and Edo States, Nigeria. , African Journal of Library, Archives & Information Science Vol.29 (2) Pages: 9-14

  14. V.E. Ikolo (2019) Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction Among Library And Information Science Educators In South South, Nigeria , Library philosophy and practice Vol.2694 Pages:

  15. V.E. Ikolo (2018) Job Satisfaction and Personal Factors among Medical Librarians , Journal of Health Information and Librarianship Vol.4 (1) Pages: 1-12

  16. V.E. Ikolo (2017) Librarians profile of professional development programmes in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. , Benue Journal of Library Management and Information Science (BJLIMIS)
    Vol.7(2) Pages: 27-44

  17. E.E. Baro, V. Ikolo, L.A. Atanda (2015) Awareness and Use of Web 2.0 Tools By LIS Students In Delta State University, Abraka , Global Journal of Academic Librarianship Vol.4 (1) Pages: 27-42

  18. V.E. Ikolo (2015) Users satisfaction with library services: A case study of Delta State University library , International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education
    DOI: 10.4018/ijicte.2015040107 Vol.11(2) Pages: 80-89

  19. C. Akporido, V.E. Ikolo (2014) Awareness and Use of Special Collection Services by Post Graduate Students in Delta State University, Abraka , International Journal of Library and Information Studies Vol.4 (1) Pages: 111-118

  20. V.E. Ikolo J.O. Ubogu, (2013) Job Satisfaction among Library Staff in Delta State University, Abraka. , PeCop Journal of Library Information Science and Technology
    Vol.1(1&2) Pages: 27-32

  21. V.E. Ikolo (2013) Attitude of students towards the restrictions on mobile phone use in the library , Information Technologist Vol.10 (1) Pages: 67-73

  22. VE Ikolo, RB Okiy (2012) Gender differences in computer literacy among clinical medical students in selected Southern Nigerian Universities, Library philosophy and practice Vol.58 Pages: 73-87

  23. O.N. Alakpodia, V.E. Ikolo, L.E. Ogbah (2011) Role of information dissemination in combating corruption in Nigeria., Information Impact Vol.1(3), Pages: 51-58

  24. V.E. Ikolo (2011) Gender digital divide and national ICT policies in Africa , Handbook of Research on Information Communication Technology Policy: Trends, Issues and Advancements. IGI Global PUblishers
    DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-847-0.ch014 Vol. Pages: 812-832

  25. O.N. Alakpodia, V.E. Ikolo (2010) An assessment of ICT adoption and use by organizations in Abraka and Warri Metropolis in Delta state , Information Technologist
    DOI: 10.4314/ict.v7i2.65632 Vol.7 (2) Pages:

  26. O.N. Alakpodia, V.E. Ikolo (2010) An Assessment of ICT Adoption and Use by Organizations in Abraka and Warri Metropolis in Delta State. , International Journal of Information and Communication Technology
    Vol.7(2) Pages: 57-72

  27. Alakpodia, O.N. & Ikolo, V.E. (2010) Accessing the achievement in millennium development goals: A case study of MDGI and Abraka rural women, Journal of Gender Studies, University of Benin
    Vol.2(2) Pages: 11-24

  28. V.E. Ikolo (2009) Assessment of Information Literacy Skills among Clinical Medical Students. , Delta Library Journal
    Vol.3(1/2) Pages: 86-97