Undergraduate Qualifications
Bachelor of Arts (Library Science/English) University of Nigeria, Nsukka
Postgraduate Qualifications
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Library and Information Science (Nnamdi Azikiwe University) Masters in Library, Archival and Information Studies (University of Ibadan)
Professional Qualifications
Certified Librarian of Nigeria (CLN) (Librarians’Registration Council of Nigeria) E-Learning Certificate (World Health Organization in partnership with MLA/Librarians Without Borders® (U.S.A) and ITOCA (South Africa). Certified Medical Librarian of Nigeria (CMLN) (Medical Library Association of Nigeria) Certificate of Achievement (Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN))
Books Published
EDITED BOOK

34. Anyaoku, E. N. and Osuchukwu, N. P (2020) Libraries for all: Expansive, Engaging, and Inspiring Information Services for National Development: Compendium of Papers presented at the 2020 Conference and Annual General Meeting of The Nigerian Library Association, Anambra State Chapter, Awka. 148p. (ISBN: 978 - 978 - 986 - 080 – 7)

35. Anyaoku, E. N. Emejulu O. and Oyewusi, F. O (2019) Library and Information Services for Children and Young People in the Digital Age: Festschrift in Honour of Professor Virginia W. Dike (ISBN: 978-978-964-665-4)

BOOK CHAPTERS

36. Anyaoku, E. N. (2019) Perspectives on Library and Information Services for Children and Young People in the Information Environment of the Digital Age. In Library and Information Services for Children and Young People in the Digital Age: Festschrift For Professor Virginia W. Dike 1 -7 Nnewi: Greeno Publishers.

37. Anyaoku, E. N. (2019). Electronic Library Resources: Strategic Platform for Digital Inclusion of Nigerian Children. In Library and Information Services for Children and Young People in the Digital Age: Festschrift For Professor Virginia W. Dike 10 -27 Nnewi: Greeno Publishers

38. Anyaoku, E. N. (2019). Internet Use and Online Safety for Children and Young People in the Library Platform. In Library and Information Services for Children and Young People in the Digital Age: Festschrift For Professor Virginia W. Dike 290 -306 Nnewi: Greeno Publishers

39. Anyaoku, E. N. (2018). Use of Library and Online Resources for Literature Sourcing including Search Tips for HINARI and PUBMED Databases in Ike Odimegwu, Ike et al. (ed.) Fundamentals and tools for research: Research Methodology Series Volume 1. Awka, Nnamdi Azikiwe University School of Postgraduates Studies, pp. 21-38

40. Anyaoku, E. N. (2016). Introduction to Computers (Input, Output, and Storage devices) in Use of Library and Information Literacy for Higher Education (101-111). Awka: Potential Books.

41. Anyaoku, E. N. (2016). Digital Reference Services and using Reference Sources to Answer Specific Reference Questions in Use of Library and Information Literacy for Higher Education (191-208). Awka: Potential Books

42. Osuigwe N. E. Jiagbogu C.O., Udeze. N. S. and Anyaoku, E. N. (2015). Innovative use of Short Message Service (SMS) for Library Services in Public Libraries in Nigeria in Gill Needham and Mohamed Ally (Ed) M-Libraries-5: from device to people Hong Kong: Facet Publishers.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

43. Anyaoku, E. N, Udem O. K, Nwofor, F. A. and Ogbonna A. U (2016). Inventory of ICT Facilities and use by students and staff in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Library. A Report submitted to Nnamdi Azikiwe University Library Advisory Committee 23p

44. Ikpeze, O. C., Nwofor A. M. E., Onyenekwe C.C., Modebe, I., Ifeadike G., Anyaoku E. et. al. (2011) A Strategic Plan for the College of Health Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University 2012-2015. College Publications 14p.

45. Anyaoku, E. N. Udigwe G. O. Udemezue O. O. Nnamah N. K, Chukwuanukwu T. O. & Obiatuegwu O. C (2009). History of College Of Health Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nnewi Campus. College Publications 67p.


CONFERENCE PAPERS

46. Anyaoku, E. N. (2019) Data Librarianship: Open Data Awareness, Perceptions and Services in Medical Libraries in Nigeria. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2019 - Athens, Greece - Libraries: dialogue for change in Session S07 - Health and Biosciences Libraries. In: International and local development that enhance scholarly communication in the biomedical and social sciences, 23 August 2019, Athens, Greece.

47. Anyaoku, E. N. (2016). Medical Libraries and Achieving Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria. Paper presented during the 2016 National Conference/Annual General Meeting held from 24th – 29th July 2016 in Gudu, Abuja, Nigeria.

48. Anyaoku, E. N. (2015). Internet and Child Security: Information Security Measures for Young People in the Library Platform. Paper presented at Annual Conference/ AGM of the Nigerian Library Association Anambra State chapter from held at Kenneth Dike E-Library, Awka. 11 -12

49. Eneh, E A. and Anyaoku, E. N. (2014). Preservation and conservation of indigenous knowledge of the Igbo people in South East Nigeria: what roles for Librarians? paper presented at the Annual Conference/ AGM of the Nigerian Library Association Anambra State chapter

50. Osuigwe, N. E., Jiagbogu C.O., Udeze. N. S. and Anyaoku, E. N. (2014). Perceptions of Library Professionals towards Innovative use of Short Message Service (SMS) for library services in public libraries in Nigeria. paper presented at the 5th M-Libraries Conference 2014 held at The Chinese University of Hong Kong from 25th -26th May

51. Anyaoku, E. N. Ezeani, C. Osuigwe, N. E., (2014). Building a Knowledge Society: Information Literacy Skills and Practices of Librarians in Universities in South East Nigeria. paper presented during the 52nd National Conference of Nigerian Library Association in Enugu from 22-26 June.

52. Anyaoku, E. N. Osuigwe, N. E. and Oguaka, C. (2013). The Knowledge Society, Libraries and Expectations on Information Service Delivery: any Paradigm Shift? Paper presented at the Annual Conference/ AGM of the Nigerian Library Association Anambra State chapter from held at Paul University, Awka.

53. Anyaoku, E. N. (2011). Embracing the New paradigm: Services and Challenges of the Hybrid Library System in the Medical Library of Nnamdi Azikiwe University. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Conference / AGM of the Medical Library Association of Nigeria.

54. Anyaoku, E. N. (2010). Responding to Change: Fee – based Library Services as Panacea for Library Development in Nigeria. Paper presented at the Annual Conference/ AGM of the Nigerian Library Association Anambra State chapter.

Publications
1. Anyaoku, E. N. and Akpojotor, L. O., (2020) Usability Evaluation of University Library Websites in South South Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal). 3898. https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/3898

3. Anyaoku, E. N., Nwabueze, A.U., Baro, E. E. (2019) Digital preservation practices in university libraries: An investigation of institutional repositories in Africa", Digital Library Perspectives, 35 (1), 41- 64, https://doi.org/10.1108/DLP-10-2017-0041

4. Anyaoku, E. N. (2019) Data Librarianship: Open Data Awareness, Perceptions and Services in Medical Libraries in Nigeria. IFLA Institutional Repository http://library.ifla.org/2786/1/s07-2019-anyaoku-en.pdf

5. Anyaoku, E. N. (2018) Relationship between Patients’ Access to Health Information and Coping with Chronic Diseases: Information Impact: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management 2018, Vol. 9 (3) 117-131 https://www.ajol.info/index.php/iijikm/article/view/182042

6. Anyaoku, E. N. and Okonkwo, Ifeyinwa N. (2018) Publication Pattern of Library and Information Science Digest Journal: 2007 – 2016: A Bibliometric Analysis Information Impact: Journal of Information and Knowledge Management 2018, Vol. 9 (1) 68 - 79 https://dx.doi.org/10.4314/iijikm.v9i1.7 https://www.ajol.info/index.php/iijikm/article/view/175790/165214

7. Anyaoku, E. N. and Nwosu, Obiora C. (2017) Extent of Access to Health Information and Sources for Chronic Disease Patients in Tertiary Health Institutions in South East Nigeria: Implications for Libraries Role Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal) paper 1504 http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/1504/

8. Eneh, E A. and Anyaoku, E. N. (2017). Preservation and Conservation of Indigenous knowledge of the Igbo people in South East Nigeria: Roles for Libraries. Library and Information Science Digest, 10 22-27

9. Anyaoku, E. N. (2017). Medical libraries and achieving sustainable development goals in Nigeria Nigerian Libraries, 50 (1) 51-59.
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/jnla/article/view/166961

10. Anyaoku, E. N. (2016). Demographic Determinants of Quality of Work Life of Librarians Working in Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Library and Information Science, 4(1), 312 -323 doi:10.23953/cloud.ijalis.217

11. Anyaoku, E. N. (2016). Librarians Conceptions of Information Literacy in three Federal Universities in South East Nigeria: Implications for Effective Implementations of Information Literacy Programmes. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal) paper 1317 1-16 http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3712

12. Anyaoku, E. N. and Nwosu, O. C. (2016). Determinants of Health information Use for Self-efficacy in Lifestyle Modification for Chronic Disease Patients. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice 11 (2), 136 -148 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18438/eblip.v11i2.25544

13. Anyaoku, E. N. (2015). Evaluating Undergraduate Students Awareness and Use of Medical Library Resources: A study of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria. International Journal of Library Science 4(3) 53-58. http://doi.10.5923/j.library.20150403.02

14. Anyaoku, E. N. Nwafor-Orizu, O. E. and Oguaka, C. (2015). Internet Information seeking and use by medical students of Nnamdi Azikiwe University International Journal of Library and Information Science 7(8) 148–154 http://doi.10.5897/IJLIS2015.0604

15. Anyaoku, E. N. and Anunobi, C. V., Eze, M. (2015). Information Literacy skills and Perceptions of Librarians in Colleges of Education in Nigeria Journal of Information and Knowledge Management 5(8) 83-89 http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/IKM/article/view/24767

16. Anyaoku, E. N. Ezeani, C. and Osuigwe, N. E., (2015) Information Literacy Practices of Librarians in Universities in South East Nigeria. International Journal of Library and Information Science, 7(5), 96-102. http://doi.10.5897/IJLIS2014.0489

17. Anyaoku, E. N. Osuigwe, N. E. and Oguaka, C. (2015). Technology and Job Satisfaction in Academic Libraries: Role of Leadership Style and Librarians’ Attitude International Journal of Library Science 4(4) 73-80. http://doi.10.5923/j.library.20150404.02

18. Anyaoku, E. N. Nwafor-Orizu, O. E. and Eneh, E. A. (2015) Collection and Preservation of Traditional Medical Knowledge: Roles for Medical Libraries in Nigeria. Journal of Library and Information Sciences, 3 (1) 33-43 Doi.org/10.15640/jlis.v3n1a2

19. Anyaoku, E. N. and Anunobi, C. V. (2014). Measuring HINARI Use in Nigeria through a Citation Analysis of Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice. Health Information and Library Journal, 31(2), 148-155. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/hir.12056/

20. Anyaoku, E. N. (2014) Empowering Patients for Chronic Disease Self - Management through Access to Health Information in Nigeria: Overview of Strategies. Journal of Health Information, 2 (1&2), 22-28. https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=6AHWk

21. Anyaoku, E. N. Osuigwe, N. E. and Oguaka, C. (2014). The Knowledge Society, Libraries and Expectations on Information Service Delivery: any Paradigm Shift? Library and Information Science Digest 7, 101-111. https://www.academia.edu/13180895/

22. Osuigwe, N. E., Ezeani, C. and Anyaoku, E. N. (2013). Emotional Intelligence of Library Leaders and Innovative Library Services in Anambra and Enugu States of Nigeria. Information and Knowledge Management, 3(10) 42-51. http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/IKM/article/view/7998

23. Anyaoku, E. N. (2013). Hybrid Library: Opportunities and Challenges for Medical Libraries in Nigeria. Journal of Health Information, 1(1), 42-47. www.researchgate.net/publication/278760976

24. Anyaoku, E. N. Orakpor, A. M and Ezejiofor V. O. (2012). Knowledge and use of web 2.0 by Librarians in Anambra State, Nigeria. African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science, 22(1), 31-39. http://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajlais/article/view/106583

25. Anyaoku, E. N. (2012). Responding to Change: fee – Based Library Services as Panacea for Library Development in Nigeria. Unizik Journal of Research in Library and Information Science, 3 (2), 91 – 102.

26. Anyaoku, E. N. (2012). Computer Skills set of Librarians in Nigeria: Confronting the Stereotype. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 59 (2) 128–134. http://op.niscair.res.in/index.php/ALIS/article/view/148

27. Anyaoku, E. N. & Nwosu, O. C. (2009). Potentials of Fee-based Library Services in Nigeria: with a Case Report of a Fee-Based Service in a Medical Library. The Information Technologist, 6 (2), 155 – 161. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ict.v6i2.52724 4

28. Anyaoku, E. N. (2008). Application of ICT to Health Information: the Experience of the Medical Library of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nnewi. Anambra State Library and Information Science Digest, 1(2), 45-56.

29. Maduekwe, E. N. and Ajala, E. (2000). Staff Development to meet the Challenges of Academic Status for Librarians working in Nigerian Universities. Library Bulletin: Journal of the Nigerian Universities Library System, 5(1 & 2), 56-70.

30. Maduekwe, E. N. and Ajala E. B. (2000). Community Resources Centres and their Potential for Life Long Education for Igbo Male School Dropouts. African Journal of Educational Management, 8, (2), 105-11.

31. Maduekwe, E. N. (2000). Oral Archives: Ozo Title Taking in Ojoto. OJOMAG- Education, Light for Development 12.

32. Atinmo, M. I. and Maduekwe, E. N. (1999). Environmental Information Resources and Services to Managers in Industries: a case Study of Nnewi, Anambra State of Nigeria, African Journal of Educational Research, 5 (2), 45-53.

33. Maduekwe, E. N. and Atinmo, M. I. (1997). Environmental Information needs of Managers in Selected Industries in Anambra State, Nigeria. African Journal of Labour Studies, 3 (1), 134-141.