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  • Area of Specialization: Health Informatics, Informetrics, cloud storage, archivisation, cloud computing, blockchain, digitization, Indigenous knowledge, Public Library and Ethics
  • Department of Library & Information Science

  • Diodemise Ese Ovwasa, PhD (South Africa), MSc (Nigeria) and BLS (Nigeria) (LRCN), is a Health Informaticist Lecturer and staff of Delta State University, Abraka. She is currently lectuere 1 in the Department of Library and Information Science of the same University. Dr. Ovwasa has published articles in various Journals, nationally and internationally from 2014 till date. Her research focuses on Health Informatics, Artificial Intelligent, cloud computing, public Library, Research methodoloy and the global politics of knowledge management (SMEs) in the 21st century. Ovwasa D.E. received her PhD from the University of ZuluLand where she studied as a Health Informatics scholar and then worked as research Assistant in the Faculty of Arts, the department of English Library and the University main Library using the (SirsiDynix Symphony workflows). She also taught and supervises various courses as a research assistant in the department of Information Studies for the year 2018 to 2019. Presently, she has lecture Computer and Data processing in her home University. She is a member, Nigeria Library Association and Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria. In recognition of her dedicated work and organizing ability to promote the cause of Librarianship during her National Service year in 2003, she was honored with National Youth Service Corps State Directors Recognition Certificate. Her research ID is Cell: +2348061642273 Email:
    My Publications
  1. Friday J., Ovwasa, D.E. & Nwosu, J.I. (2024) Adoption of social media in teaching library and information science in public universities in South South Nigeria. , ournal of Applied Information Science Vol.12 Pages: 41-57

  2. Diodemise Ese Ovwasa (2024) Difficulties Encountered in the delivery of Library Services in the period of pandemic Experience from Academic Libraries in Tertiary Institutions in Delta State., SLU Journal of Science and Technology. Vol.11 Issue 2. Pages: 1-16

  3. Diodemise Ese Ovwasa (2024) Nursing Informatics in Health care. A global view. Information, knowledge and Technology for Teaching and Research in Africa. DOI:10.1007/978-3-031-60267-2, Thomson Reuters (ISI) Vol.Book Pages: 97-130

  4. Diodemise Ese Ovwasa (2024) Use of Informatics Technologies by Nurses in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital: A focus on UTUAT Model. Journal of science technology and Education vol 12. no. 2.., ATBU Journal of Science, Technology and Education Vol.12 issue 2 Pages: 426-435

  5. Diodemise Ese Ovwasa (2023) Social demographic variables and the use of electronic information resources among University students in Nigeria, ATBU Journal of Science, Technology and Education Vol.11 Issue 2. Pages: 426-435

  6. Diodemise Ese Ovwasa (2022) Status and Development of Nursing Informatics in Nigeria. , Optimizing advanced technologies to leverage issues in information science, Ess Ess New Delhi; Indian Vol.Book Pages: 337-360

  7. Diodemise Ese Ovwasa (2022) A literature review on the state of nursing informatics in South Africa., Nigerbiblios
    Vol.32/1 Pages: 1-18

  8. Owolabi, K.A., Ugbala, C.P., Olateju, a., Ovwasa, D.E. & Akinbode, R.O. (2022) Demographic variables and ultilization of public libraries among entrepreneurs in Nigeria., Routledge, Tailor and Francis group Vol.vol. 55. no 1. Pages: 44-55

  9. Owolabi, K.A, Ovwasa, D.E, Ajayi, T.B &Odewale, O. (2021) Preservation and use of indigenous knowledge practices in public Libraries in Nigeria, Public Library Quarterly/Tailor and Francis. Routledge Vol.40 Pages: 1-17

  10. Ovwasa, D.E. (2021) Information Needs and seeking behaviour of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Managers in Nigeria, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Vol.11 Pages: 113-126

  11. Ovwasa, D.E. (2021) Current status of Nursing Informatics Education in South Africa, ABTU Journal of Science, Technology and Education Vol.9 Pages: 1-17

  12. Ovwasa, D.E. (2021) Factors Influencing behavioural Intention of Nurses to adopt and use Nursing Informatics Technologies in Nigeria teaching hospital, International Journal of Information Processing and Communication Vol.11 Pages: 1-10

  13. Ovwasa, D.E. (2020) An appraisal of Nursing Informatics research and the Influence of Unified theory of Acceptance and use of Technology, Library Philosophy and Practice Vol. Pages: 1-17

  14. Diodemise Ese Ovwasa (2014) Accessibility of public Libraries by Rural Dwellers in Rural areas of Delta State. An international journal of Information and communication Technology (ICT). Vol. 11. No. 2, AJOL Vol.11 Issue 2. Pages: 136-156