OMOTAYO Oyejoke Adetayo

OMOTAYO Oyejoke Adetayo

Librarian I


Mrs Oyejoke Omotayo is a librarian by profession who has worked in different sections and
units of the library namely Readers’ Services Section, Periodicals Unit, Instructional Services
Unit and the Collection Development and Acquisitions Unit. Mrs Omotayo is presently the
Head, Collections Development and Acquisitions Unit, Bowen University, Iwo (BUI). She is
also the Liaison Librarian to the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, BUI. She is a
member of the NLA (Nigerian Library Association) and got chartered in 2013 making her a
member of the LRCN (Librarians’ Registration Council of Nigeria).
Mrs Omotayo lectures the first year students Library and Information Literacy Skills at the
Library and Information Science Department of the University. She conducts training on OPAC
(Online Public Access Catalogue) and Library databases for library users. Her research area
includes library administration, information literacy, information resources and use of social
Mrs Omotayo graduated with B.Sc. (Hons) Business Administration from Babcock University,
Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria in 2003 and MLIS (Library and Information Studies) in 2007
from the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.
She has contributed to knowledge through two publications in peer reviewed journals.


  • Masters in Library and Information Science (MLIS), University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State, 2007
  • B.Sc. Business Administration, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, 2003


  • Olajide, A.A. and Omotayo, O.A. (2016). “Users’ knowledge and use of library services: a case study of Bowen University Library”. Journal of Balkan Libraries Union 4(2):16-22
  • Olajide, A.A., Otunla, A.O. & Omotayo, O.A. (2017). “How libraries are using social media: Nigeria perspective”. International Journal of Digital Library Services 7(3):79-94