Oluwabunmi Dorcas Bakare

Oluwabunmi Bakare is an Information Professional/Researcher in the Department of Information Management, Faculty of Communication & Information Sciences, Lead City University. Her research interest covers emerging technologies, digital & virtual libraries, information use and user communities, bullying and mobile bullying, etc. She is passionate about emphasizing the significant roles of Librarians in solving different societal issues with the arsenal of information at their disposal. She is a fellow of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa and a Queen Elizabeth Scholar in the Advanced Scholars West Africa (QES-AS-WA) program, Carleton University, Canada.

Publications

Entrepreneurial and Innovative Opportunities of Smart Working and Distance Learning
Oluwabunmi Bakare-Fatungase, Sudetu Oseni. © 2024. 24 pages.
COVID-19 crisis has enabled most tertiary institutions as well as business organizations worldwide to search for other means of imparting knowledge to students as well as...
Sustainable Adaptability of the Library Ecosystem in the 4.0 Era: A Routeway for Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4)
Oluwabunmi Dorcas Bakare-Fatungase. © 2024. 13 pages.
The adaptable nature of the library ecosystem into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4thIR) technological era has been fundamental to its sustainability even in the actualization...
Integrating Artificial Intelligence in Education for Sustainable Development
Oluwabunmi Dorcas Bakare-Fatungase, Feranmi Emmanuel Adejuwon, Temitope Oluwatofunmi Idowu-Davies. © 2024. 15 pages.
A promising technology that has the potential to change many facets of the educational ecosystem is artificial intelligence (AI) which is playing a significant role in the...
Emerging Technologies as a Panacea for Sustainable Provision of Library Services in Nigeria
Oluwabunmi Dorcas Bakare. © 2023. 21 pages.
The sustainability of library services is the contemporary trend within the library global ecosystem in which emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain...
Digital Technologies and Resources for Learning Under Lockdown
Oluwabunmi Dorcas Bakare, Nosakhare Okuonghae. © 2023. 17 pages.
Digital technologies like smartphones, social media, the internet, software applications, websites, and e-books are redefining the educational landscape, which was accentuated...
ChatGPT and Other Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Tools in Teaching and Learning as Integrative Pathways to Contemporary University Education
Oluwabunmi Dorcas Bakare, Taofeek Oladokun, Ganiyu Oluwaseyi Quadri, Temitope Oluwatofunmi Idowu-Davies. © 2023. 13 pages.
The emergence of artificial intelligence such as ChatGPT and other generative AI tools is redefining the educational landscape. This chapter discusses how ChatGPT and other...
The Potential Impact of Chatbots on Student Engagement and Learning Outcomes
Oluwabunmi D. Bakare, Omeiza Victor Jatto. © 2023. 18 pages.
Emerging technologies such as Chatbots are redefining communication, engagement, and outcomes in the digital space in contemporary times. Academic institutions are now left...
Makerspace: An Innovative Inclusion in Nigerian Libraries
Fehintoluwa E. Omosebi, Oluwabunmi Dorcas Bakare. © 2022. 16 pages.
Librarianship as a profession globally is witnessing lots of innovations and creativity at an unprecedented rate in this era of digital connectivity. One of such is the...