Oluremi Adenike Abiolu

Oluremi Adenike Abiolu
Federal University of Technology, Akure | futa · Library

PhD

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Women engagement and reward systems are vital for rural development as they have a direct consequence on the improvement, equality, as well as accelerating agricultural productivity generally, and increasing food supply in particular at the local and national levels. The study highlighted the contribution of the Award Incentives and Competition (AI...
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Among the Yorùbá people of Western Nigeria, music serves religious, social, and educational purposes. It is used for morale stimulation, praise-singing, and to articulate sociocultural values, political agenda, dynamics in power relations, as well as a medium to preserve and transfer knowledge across generations. We deliberate on Yorùbá indigenous...
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The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic and its crippling effects exacerbate many people’s vulnerability to food security across the world, including Africa. This article offers an explorative discourse on the implication of COVID-19 pandemic for South Africa’s food and livelihood security in the face of climate change. Using a scoping desktop review m...
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The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic and its crippling effects exacerbate many people’s vulnerability to food security across the world, including Africa. This article offers an explorative discourse on the implication of COVID-19 pandemic for South Africa’s food and livelihood security in the face of climate change. Using a scoping desktop review m...
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Background: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic brought unprecedented changes leading to ‘business unusual’ in all facets of life and livelihood on a global scale. The restrictions on gathering, social distancing and lockdown measures necessitated by the need to curtail its spread, had, and still have an enormous impact on the educational s...
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This study explored the information needs and sources used by engineers in Nigeria with a questionnaire randomly administered to 120 respondents using a survey research approach. The quantitative data were analysed using descriptive statistics. There were more male (89.7%) than female engineers, the higher greater percentage (45.2%) being between 4...
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After Nigeria got her independence on 1 October, 1960, the general consensus was that there was the need for educational emancipation through decolonization of the academic contents of education; to make education relevant to the needs of the individual and the society at large. This led to the organisation of the 1969 Curriculum Conference which h...
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This study explored environmental knowledge and behavior of 350 Nigerian youth using data from a randomly administered test. Results indicated respondents had general environmental knowledge (68%), which they accessed mainly from electronic media sources. Significant differences in their environmental knowledge were in relation to subject backgroun...
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This study investigated information needs among fish farmers in Ife Central Local Government area of Osun State, South West Nigeria. A simple random sampling technique was used to select 80 of the 160 fish farmers registered by the Zonal Office of Osun State Agriculture Development Project. A self-developed questionnaire segmented into sections was...
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This study investigates a bibliometric analysis of Studies in Family Planning journal from 2004 to 2009. It identified major areas of research focus, research design used, authorship patterns, affiliation of authors, citation patterns, continents of research focus and geographical distribution of authors. Findings revealed that family planning and...
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Environmental degradation has become a serious source of concern for contemporary society, giving rise to efforts in the way of advocacies, conferences and awareness campaigns at different levels. While information professionals in developing economies are positioned to contribute to environmental sustainability; they need to apply creativity and i...
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Rapid and reliable estimates of leaf area index (LAI) are important for studies of exchanges of energy and gases in the biosphere-atmosphere continuum. This paper evaluates the field performance of SunScan canopy analysis system for rapid estimation of LAI. Direct and indirect measurements of LAI were made in a maize (Zea mays L.) field at four pho...

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I can't really find my core course in your list. I am also interested in environmental information studies as well.

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This is to examine and determine how best the potentials of Nigerian youth can be harnessed for the sustainability of Nigerian environment