David Folorunso Elaturoti

CURRICULUM VITAE

I. NAME: David Folorunso Elaturoti

DATE OF BIRTH: 23 July, 1946.

MARITAL STATUS: Married

DEPARTMENT: Centre for Educational Media Resource Studies

Faculty of Education,

University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

II. APPOINTMENT: Professor of Library Studies.

III. UNIVERSITY EDUCATION:

i. Obafemi Awolowo University (formerly University of Ife), Ile-Ife.

September, 1968 – June, 1971.

ii. University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

September, 1973 – June, 1974; November, 1980 – February, 1989.

iii. International Graduate Summer School, College of Librarianship, Wales, U.K. 1 July – 24 August, 1974.

iv. Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, U.S.A.

August, 1979 – August, 1980.

IV. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

B.A. (Educ.) Hons. (Ife) - June, 1971.

M.S.L. (Western Michigan) - August, 1980.

Ph.D. Librarianship (Ibadan) - February, 1989.

V. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND DIPLOMA:

P.G. Dip. Lib. (Ibadan) - June, 1974.

VI. SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS:

i. Federal Government Bursary Award for Undergraduate Course.

Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 1968 - 1971.

ii. The Librarian of the Year 2000. Award of the Nigerian Library Association, Oyo State Chapter. - December, 2000.

iii. Fellow, Nigerian Library Association. (FNLA) - August, 2003.

iv. Distinguished Alumni Award, Faculty of Education, Obafemi

Awolowo University, Ile – Ife. - June, 2005.

VII. MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED SOCIETIES, BOARD AND COMMISSION:

I International Association of School Librarianship:

Member - 1977 to date. Director for African Region. 1981 - 1987; 1991-1997.

ii Nigerian School Library Association: Founding Member & Executive Secretary - 1977 to date.

iii Nigerian Library Association: Member – 1974 to date.

iv Association of West African Book Editors: Member – 1990 to date.

v. Librarians Registration Council of Nigeria: Member – 28 July, 2002 to date.

vi Member, Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)2006 to date.

vii Member, Nigerian Academy of Education 2007 to date.

VIII. DETAILS OF ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL:

(a) Teaching:

Postgraduate Courses

AMR701 - Materials and Methods for School Media Programme

AMR702 - Curriculum Resources and Services in the School

Library Media Centre

AMR801 - Themes and Issues in School Media

AMR805 - Nigerian Children and Young Adult Literature

Supervision of Students’ Dissertation / Thesis

Ph.D Thesis Supervised

5 Students

Aramide, K.A. - Thesis examined in December, 2014

Akerele, J.A. - Thesis examined in January, 2015

Busayo, I. O. - Presented Pre-field seminar. Collecting data for

Post-field seminar

Afolabi, A.K. - Has presented Pre-field seminar, collecting data for post

field presentation

Aboyade, M.A.- Slated for pre-field seminar

M.Phil Dissertation Supervised

2 Students

(b) Library Experience

Appointment and Promotions in the University.

Temporary Assistant Lecturer, Dept. of Library Studies 25th June, 1974

Assistant Librarian Dept. of Library Studies 18th June, 1975

Sub-Librarian II Abadina Media Resource Centre 1st October, 1976

Sub-Librarian I Abadina Media Resource Centre 1st October, 1978

Senior Librarian Abadina Media Resource Centre 1st October, 1981

Principal Librarian Abadina Media Resource Centre 1st October, 1983

Deputy Librarian Abadina Media Resource Centre 1st October, 1991

Ag. Director, Abadina Media Resource Centre 1st August. 1987 -1st Sept. 2002

Professor of Library Studies, Abadina Media Resource Centre 4th Sept., 2002

Director, Abadina Media Resource Centre 4th Sept., 2002 - 31st Dec., 2003

(c) External Examiner

i. Department of Library and Information Science, Delta State University Abraka

ii. Department of Library and Information Science, University of Nigeria Nsukka

iii. Department of Library and Information Science, University of Calabar, Calabar.


IX. RESEARCH

(i) Completed

. Analysis and documentation of the recorded tapes of educational radio programmes in the holding of Radio Nigeria Educational Service, Ibadan. Conducted from January – June, 1977. the publications from the research are:

Elaturoti, D.F. (1976) Fifteen years of educational broadcasting In Nigeriaia 1961-1976 a bibliography, Ibadan, Nigeria Broadcasting Corporation, 63p.

Elaturoti. D.F (1978)Nigeria mass media resources: their effective organization organization and utilization. Nigerian School Library Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, 27-33.

2. A survey of school libraries in Oyo, Ogun and Ondo State of Nigeria, conducted in 1976.77 school year. The report of he survey was published in an article titled:

Elaturoti D.F. (1982) Survey of secondary school libraries in Oyo, Ondo, and Ogun States. Nigeria Journal of Library and Information Studies. Vol. 1, No 1, 52-55

3. Collection, Evaluation and Selection of suitable books and Magazines as resource materials in schools for Nigerian Children. The project was carried out between 1976 and 1978. The selected titles were published under the title:

Elaturoti, D.F. (1980) A select list of books for children. Ibadan, Abadina Media Resource Centre, 126p.

4. Identifying suitable library equipment and materials and the sources of supply in the South Western Nigeria. It is a joint project sponsored by the University of Jos Library in 1981. the equipment ands materials identified throughout Nigeria were compiled ands published under the title:

Directory of Sources of Library Equipment and Materials in Nigeria. University of Jos Library, 87p.

5. A study of resource sharing among school libraries in Nigeria. Conducted in 1982. The report of the study was published in a paper titled.

Elaturoti, D.F. (1982) “Resource sharing among school libraries in Nigeria”. In John G. Wright ed. Sharing: a challenge for all.

Proceedings of eleventh annual conference of International Association of School Librarianship. Red Deer, Canada, August 1-6, 317 327

6. Collection of Nigerian folk-tales and evaluation as source materials for children’s books. The project was implemented in 1982 and 1983. The publications from the research project are:

Elaturoti, D.F. (1986) “ Use of resource people in generating resources for learning in Nigeria schools: Abadina Media Resources Centre, Ibadan Nigeia”. In IASLAnnual Conference proceedings , Hlifax, Nova Scotia. July 27- August1, 169-174.

Elaturoti, D.F. (1987) Ade’s naughty chicken and other stories. Ibadan, University Press, 36p.

Elaturoti, D.F. (1993) Animal tales for children, Ibadan University Press, 52p.

7. Survey of Nigerian children’s literature, conducted in 1986. the report of the survey was published as a chapter in a book with the title.

Elaturoti, D.F. (1987) “Nigeria children’s literature” varieties and relevant”. In Anne Taylor ed. Books and Borrowers. Belfast, International Association of School Librarianship 55.60

Use of educational radio programme me as learning resources in selected secondary school in Ibadan. It is a Ph.D. study completed in 1999 in the Department of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of Ibadan.

8. Study and usage pattern of Abadina Media Resource Centre’s learning resources among secondary school students, conducted in 1991. The report of the study was published in an Article titled:

Elatutori, D.F. (1993) Usage patter of library resources among secondary school students: users’ survey of Abadian Media Resources Centre. Nigeria School Library Journal Vol. 3. Nos 1 & 2. 29-38.

9 Evaluation study of the contribution of Abadina Media Resource Centre and the Nigeria School Library Association to school library development in Nigeria, conducted in 1998. The report has been published in the 21st anniversary publication of the Nigerian school Library Association under the titles.

10 Situation Analysis of Libraries and Resource Centres in Nigeria. Research project of the Education Sector Analysis Unit of the Federal Ministry of Education carried out in 2003-2004. Report published as part of a larger publication of the Federal Ministry of Education.

Elaturoti, D.F. (1998) “Abadina Media Resource Centre: contributions to school library development in Nigeria 1974-1998”. In D.F. Elaturoti ed. Nigeria school librarianship yesterday, today and tomorrow. Ibadan, NSLA. 219-228.

Elaturoti, D.F. (1998): “ Nigeria School Library Association at 21. In D. F. Elaturoti ed. Nigeria school Librarianship: yesterday, today and tomorrow. Ibadan NSLA. 17-27.

11 Revitalizing Public Library Systems in Nigeria. A research into the structure and services of public library systems in Nigeria funded by the Nigerian Library Association Report submitted on January 19, 2012.

ii In Progress:

(a) Identification of Information literacy skills for school children and developing the skills into curriculum for primary and secondary schools in Nigeria. The curricula for Primary 1-6, JSS 1-3 and SS 1-3 have been developed and draft copy presented to the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council Abuja in 2014 for a critique workshop for publication into a National Curricula for teaching Library and Information Literacy Skills in Schools. Other members of the research team are: Prof. V.W. Dike and Dr. N.E. Achebe of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Began in 2014.

(b) Selection of Development of Skills for School Librarians in Nigeria. To be published in a Handbook for school libraries in Nigeria. Sponsored by the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council. Co-researchers, Prof. C. Ekoja, Jaja Azubuike, and John Akanya. Began in 2014

iii Thesis:

Elaturoti, D.F. (1989) Use of educations radio programme as learning resources in selected secondary schools in Ibadan. Unpublished Thesis, Ph.D University of Ibadan

X PUBLICATIONS

i) Books and Chapters in books already published:

1 Elaturoti, D.F. Compiler (l978) Fifteen Years of Educational

Broadcasting in Nigeria l961-l976: a bibliography. Ibadan,

Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation, 63p.

2 Elaturoti, D.F. Compiler (l980) A select list of books for children.

Ibadan, Abadina Media Resource Centre. 126p.

(AMRC Publications 3).

.

3. Elaturoti, D.F. Co-Compiler (l982) Directory of sources of library

equipment and materials in Nigeria. Jos,

University of Jos Library, 86p.

4 Elaturoti, D.F. (1982) “Resource sharing among school libraries

in Nigeria”. In John G. Wright ed. Sharing: a challenge for all.

Proceedings of eleventh annual conference of International Association of School Librarianship. Red Deer, Canada, August 1 - 6. 317 - 327.

5 Elaturoti, D.F. (1986) “Use of resource people in generating resources for learning in Nigerian schools”. In Shirley Coulter ed International Association of School Librarianship Annual

Conference proceedings, Halifax, Nova Scotia, July 27-August 1, 169-174

6. Elaturoti, D.F. (1987) Moonlight stories for children, Ibadan. Associated Book Makers. 27p. (Y-Books).

7. Elaturoti, D.F. (1988) “The school librarian as intermediary to knowledge: what future in Nigerian schools?” In Sigrun Klara Hannesdottir ed. Proceedings of 16th annual conference of International Association of School Librarianship. Reykjavik, Iceland, 26 – 31 July. 245 - 252.

8. Elaturoti, D.F. (1988) “Nigerian children’s literature: varieties and relevance”. In Anne Taylor ed. Books and borrowers. Belfast, International Association of School Librarianship. 55 - 60.

9. Elaturoti, D.F. and Fagbeja, I.O., Kolade, H.K. and Oniyide, D.B. (1988) Approach to organizing learning resources in school library media centre, Ibadan, Nigeria School Library Association. 68p.

10. Elaturoti, D.F. (1990) Developing a school library media centre. Ibadan. Onibonoje Publishers, 91p

11. Elaturoti, D.F. (1991) “Learning resources and the implementation of the national policy on education”. In National Policy on Education Implementation Prospect: Conference proceedings of Ife School Cucciculum Improvement Group. Ile Ife. 24 – 26 September. 31 - 47.

12. Elaturoti, D.F. (1991) Ade’s naughty chicken and other stories. Ibadan, University Press. 36p.

13. Elaturoti, D.F. Co-compiler (1992) Minimum standards for school libraries in Nigeria: Lagos, Federal Ministry of Education and Youth Development. 52p.

14. Elaturoti, D.F. (1993) Animal tales for children. Ibadan, University Press. 52p.

15. Elaturoti, D.F. (1993) “Data generation and utilization in the publishing industry in West African Sub-region”. In C.O. Adejuwon ed. Proceedings of 2nd International Congress of Book Editors in West African Sub-region, Conference Centre, University of Ibadan. 16 – 17 August. 27 - 34.

16. Elaturoti, D.F. (1995) Training school librarians for the Nigerian school system: a new perspective In S.K. Hannesdottir, B. Woolls & D.C. Adcock ed. Dreams and Dynamics: Selected papers from the 22nd Annual Conference of International Association of School Librarianship, Adelaide, South Australia. 27 - 30 September. 50 - 55.

17. Elaturoti, D.F. (1995) “Books for Nigerian children and identified reading preferences. “ In Micheal Robert Gomez ed. Proceedings of 3rd congress of AWABE seminar on the theme: child and reading, Cotonou, 6 - 18 August. 63 - 70.

18. Elaturoti, D.F. (1995) “Competency requirements for effective use of libraries and learning resources by pupils at the primary school level.” In A.O. Ajayi and J.A. Akinwumiju ed. Personnel performance and capacity building. Ibadan, Department of Educational Management. 178 - 184.

19. Elaturoti, D.F. (1998) ed. Nigerian school librarianship: yesterday, today and tomorrow. Ibadan, Nigerian School Library Association. 253p.

20. Elaturoti, D.F. (1998) “Abadina Media Resource Centre: Contributions to school library development in Nigeria 1974-1998”. In D.F. Elaturoti ed.: Nigerian school librarianship: yesterday, today and tomorrow. Ibadan, Nigerian School Library Association. 219 - 228.

21. Elaturoti, D.F. (1998) “Learning resources and development for Nigerian school libraries”. In D.F. Elaturoti ed. Nigerian School librarianship: yesterday, today and tomorrow. Ibadan, Nigerian School Library Association. 49 - 58.

22. Apeji, E.A., Elaturoti, D.F. and Oshunfowora, R.E. (1998) “The book publishing industry and the development of school libraries in Nigeria”. In D.F. Elaturoti ed. Nigerian school librarianship: yesterday, today and tomorrow. Ibadan, Nigerian School Library Association. 75 - 78.

23. Elaturoti, D.F. (1998) “Nigerian School Library Association at 21”. In D.F. Elaturoti ed. Nigerian school librarianship: yesterday, today and tomorrow. Ibadan, Nigerian School Library Association. 17 - 27.

24. Elaturoti, D.F. (1999 May) “Essential knowledge-base for school librarians in a democratic culture”. In Information for the sustenance of a democratic culture: a compendium of paper presentations at the 1999 Annual Conference and AGM of Nigerian Library Association. Port-Harcourt. May 8 - 14. 121 - 126.

25. Elaturoti, D.F. (2000) “Strategies of school library practice in the new millennium”. In Library and Information agenda for the new millennium: a compendium of papers presentations at the 2000 Annual Conference and AGM of Nigerian Library Association. Abuja. June 25 - 30. 85 - 91.

26. Elaturoti, D.F. (2002) “Development of public and school libraries in Nigeria”. In Proceedings of Pan African Pan Arab Conference on Public and School Libraries. Rabat, Morocco 19 - 22 September, 2001. Pp. 114 - 122. (IFLA Professional Reports: 71).

27. Elaturoti, D.F., Udoh, V.W. and Shyllon, A. (2002) “40 years of school library service to the nation: past, present and future”. In O. Olanlokun ed. 40 years of library and information service to the nation: a compendium of papers presented at the 40th National Annual Conference and AGM of Nigerian Library Association. ASCON, Badagry. June 16 - 21. 44 - 59.

28. Elaturoti, D.F. and Oniyide, D.B. (2003) “Learning resources development and utilization in schools.” In Oluremi Ayodele-Bamisaiye, I.A. Nwazuoke and Abiodun Okediran eds. Education this millenium: innovations in theory and practice. Ibadan, Macmillan, 144 - 160.

29 Elaturoti, D.F. and Kolade, H.K. (2003) “The school library media centre in the Universal Basic Education (UBE) programme.” In Oluremi Ayodele-Bamisaiye, I.A.Nwazuoke and Abiodun Okediran eds. Education this millenium innovations in theory and practice. Ibadan, Macmillan. 464 - 472.

30. Elaturoti, D.F. and Babarinde Kola (2004) eds. Teachers’ mandate on education and social development in Nigeria. Ibadan, Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan. 226p.

31 Elaturoti D.F, Fagbeja, I.O, Kolade, H.K, Oniyide D.B, Olaojo P.O and Aramide K.A (2009) Approach to organising learning resources in school library media centre ands other libraries 3rd ed. Nigerian School Library Association.

32 Elaturoti, D.F. (2009). The School Library Media Centre in Effective Implementation of the School Curriculum In Oyesiku K, Ogunsaju and Oni J. eds. Contemporary School Administration in Nigeria. Ijebu – Ode, Tai Solarin University of Education 206-218.

33 Elaturoti, D.F. (2012). Repositioning the Public Library for the 21st Century In Daniel J.O, Ifidon, E.I. and Okegbola, Tunji eds. Trends in Library and Information Science in Nigeria: A Festschvift in Honour of Professor Sam. E. Lagos, Ells Associates 231-244.

Articles that have already appeared in learned journals

34 Elaturoti, D.F. (1976) Local input into media resource centres in Nigerian schools. Nigerian Libraries, Vol. 12, Nos. 2 & 3, 250 -259.

35. Elaturoti, D.F. (1978) Nigerian mass media resources: their effective organization and utilization. Nigerian School Library Journal, Vol., No,1. 27 - 33

36. Elaturoti, D.F. (1978) The role of the school library in the implementation of the new national policy on education at the primary school level in Nigeria. Nigerian School Library Journal, Vol. 1, Nos. 2, 25 - 29.

37. Elaturoti, D.F. (1982) Survey of secondary school libraries in Oyo, Ondo and Ogun States. Nigerian Journal of Library and Information Studies, Vol. 1, 52 - 56

38. Elaturoti, D.F. (1982) Management of media centres in Nigeria: the Abadina Media Resource Centre experience. Lagos Librarian, Vol. 9, No. 1, 77 - 90.

39. Elaturoti, D.F. (1983) Learning resources for social and cultural studies in Nigerian schools. Nigerian Libraries, Vol. 19, Nos. 1 - 4, 75 - 80.

40. Elaturoti, D.F. (1984) Training of teacher librarians for Nigerian school libraries: assessment of existing facilities. Nigerian School Library Journal, Vol. 2, Nos. 2, 37 - 44.

41. Elaturoti, D.F. (1989) Preparing Students for life-long learning: the role of effective school library media programmes. Education Today,Vol.2. No.4. 8 - 11.

42. Elaturoti, D.F. (1990) Subject usage of educational radio programme as learning resources in selected secondary schools in Ibadan. Nigerian Libraries, Vol. 24, Nos. 1 & 2, 28 - 36.

43. Elaturoti, D.F. (1991) Implementing the new national policy on education: relevance of educational radio broadcasting. Education Today, Vol. 4, No.4, 18 - 21.

44. Elaturoti, D.F. (1991) Selecting books for the pre-primary and primary education. Education Today, Vol. 4, Nos. 2, 45 - 49.

45. Elaturoti, D.F. (1991) Towards promoting the use of educational radio programme as learning resources in Nigerian secondary schools. Journal of Library and Information Science Review, Vol. 9, Nos. 2, 1 - 8.

46. Elaturoti, D.F. (1992) Educational radio programmes in Nigeria: relevance as learning resource materials to the secondary school syllabus. Nigerian Libraries, Vol. 25, Nos. 1 & 2, 38 - 47.

47. Elaturoti, D.F. (1993) Usage pattern of library resources among secondary school students: users’ survey of Abadina Media Resource Centre. Nigerian School Library Journal, Vol. 3, Nos. 1 & 2, 29 - 38.

48. Elaturoti, D.F. (1994) The relevance of technical papers and articles in knowledge communication in librarianship and information science. Nigerian Libraries, Vols. 27 & 28, 87 - 94.

49. Elaturoti, D.F. (1995) Strategic planning for collection development in libraries and information centres. Nigerian Library and Information Science Review, Vol. 12 & 13, Nos. 1 & 2, 67-73.

50 Elaturoti, D.F. (1997) Towards effective library programme in nursery and primary schools: the relevance of classroom library. Nigerian Libraries, Vol. 30, Nos. 1 & 2, 44-51.

51. Elaturoti, D.F. (2001). Personal requirement for effective school Library service in the implementation of Universal Basic Education Programme in Nigeria. Nigerian School Library Journal, Vol. 4 No. 1&2, 23 – 32.

52 Elaturoti, D.F. (2006). Stakeholders in Nigerian education as facilitators in effective school library service development. Nigerian School Library Journal Vol. 5 No.2, 57-66.

53 Elaturoti, D.F. (2009) Curriculum reforms and implementation: contribution of school media programmes. Nigerian School Library Journal Vol. 8, 58-69

54 Elaturoti, D.F. (2010). Programme Collaboration among educational agencies: a panacea for effective school library media programmes in Nigerian School. Nigerian School Library Journal Vol. 9, 1-7.

55 Elaturoti, D.F. and Aramide, K.A. (2012) Dearth of school library: Inhibition to reading promotion programmes in Nigerian schools. Nigerian School Library Journal vol. 11, 24-31.

56 Aramide, K.A and Elaturoti, D.F. (2013) Assessment of resource inputs and service delivery to school library media centres in Nigeria: Implications for Basic and Post-Basic Education. Nigerian School Library Journal Vol. 12, 2013. 1-8.

Technical Reports and / or Monographs

56. Elaturoti, D.F. et al. (2000) Education Tax Fund Ad Hoc Library Sub committee Report on Learning Skills: report submitted by the Library Sub-Committee on Development of Library Services for the Learning Centres: Report submitted to Education Tax Fund by Ad-Hoc Library Sub-committee Abuja. March, 2000.

57. Ene, P., Elaturoti, D.F., Ajibero, M. and Gamba, S. (2001) A training

manual for teachers on management and use of classroom materials

Abuja. Universal Basic Education Programme. 30p.

58 Elaturoti, D.F. (2009). Systematic Neglect of Teacher Education Programme in State and Privately Owned Universities in Nigeria: Implication for National Development. Lecture delivered at Osun State University of Education, Maiden College Distinguished Annual Lecture Series, Ipetu-Ijesha, Osun state. 23p.

59 Elaturoti, D.F. et al (2012) Approach to Revitalizing Public Library Systems in Nigeria-Proposal. Submitted to the Council of Nigerian Library Association at Lokoja 19th January 2012. Project sponsored by the Nigerian Library Association was carried out by a 6-member committee chaired by me.

CONFERENCE ATTENDED WITH PAPER READ

1 28th National Annual Conference of Nigerian School Library Association, Lagos Yaba College of Technology, 28 Oct – 1st November, 2013.

2 1st Conference of Certified Librarians in Nigeria, organized by the Librarian Registration Council of Nigeria. Abuja, National Universities Commission, 18-23rd May, 2014,

Paper presented:

Faculty Status of Training Institutions in the Library and Information Science Profession: Panacea to Boosting Career Prospects of Professionals.

3 52nd National Conference and Annual General Meeting of Nigerian Library

Association. Enugu 22 – 27 June, 2014

4 29th National Annual Conference of Nigerian School Library Association. University of Ibadan, Ibadan 27 – 31st October, 2014.

Professor David F. Elaturoti CLN, FNLA, MNAE