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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 DELSU Library Abraka Campus

  • Mrs. Diodemise Ese Ovwasa, MSc. (LRCN), is Librarian 11 and Head of Serials Division, Delta State University Library, Abraka, Delta State. Nigeria. Her research areas includes: Health Informatics, ICT4D, knowledge Management-SKI, Community Library, Information ethics, and inforpreneurship. Contact: Delta State University Main Library, Delta State Nigeria. Cell: +2348061642273 Email:
    My Publications
  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Ovwasa, D.E. (2021) An overview of Nursing Informatics status in South Africa: Contextualization, Nigerbiblios
    Vol.31 Pages: 1-24

  5. 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

  6. 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