Murtala Ismail Adakawa

Murtala Ismail AdakawaMurtala Ismail Adakawa , CLN, has been a practicing librarian for a decade. He is currently working at the University Library, Bayero University Kano. He has participated in various committees at different capacities. He served as head, Mudi Sipikin Library, Mambayya House, Aminu Kano Centre for Democratic Research & Training, BUK. He has attended many international and local conferences and published several journal articles. He is currently a research fellow at the Department of Studies in Library and Information Science, University of Mysore, Manasagangothri, Mysuru, Karnataka, India. He authored a book (though in press) titled “Royal Library in Kano Palace: A Catalyst for Knowledge Society in Kano State.”

Publications

Between Digital Dentistry and Geriatric Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: Information Giving and Use Perspective
Murtala Ismail Adakawa, N. S. Harinarayana, Elizaveta Vitalievna Sokolova. © 2024. 37 pages.
This chapter explores digital dentistry and geriatric care in sub-Saharan Africa from information giving and use perspective. There is a growing concern about the increased...
Scientometric Analysis of Teaching Geriatric Dentistry in Institutions of Higher Education: A Global Perspective
Murtala Ismail Adakawa, Elizaveta Vitalievna Sokolova, N. S. Harinarayana. © 2024. 30 pages.
This chapter investigates scientometric analysis of teaching geriatric dentistry in institutions of higher education. The analysis is divided into two components: research on...
Metadata Technology Integration in Libraries: A Panacea for Effective Learning in the 21st Century
Murtala Ismail Adakawa. © 2022. 19 pages.
This chapter explores metadata technology integration as a panacea for effective learning in the 21st century libraries. The high influx of information resources into libraries...
Scholarly Communication Practice and Strategies in Institutions of Higher Learning in Africa: An Overview
Murtala Ismail Adakawa. © 2022. 27 pages.
This chapter explores scholarly communication practices and strategies in institutions of higher learning in Sub-Saharan Africa to increase visibility and reputation. For long...