Nigeria Library and Information Science Students' Forum

Nigeria Library and Information Science Students' Forum

A global network of Library and Information Science students. kindly visit our website and register as a member of NLISSA.. www.nlissa.com

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30/04/2023

*NIGERIAN LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION (N-LISSA)*

_National Headquarter_

*REGISTRATION OF N-LISSA NATIONAL CONFERENCE*

_Have you registered for the conference of the largest gathering of Library and Information Science Students in Nigeria_

Humble greetings from the leadership of the aforementioned national Association to all our Students spread across all Institutions in Nigeria, Professionals/Practicing Librarians, Professional body (NLA), National Library, LRCN, all other Library stakeholders in Nigeria, Library and other related information Organizations.

N-LISSA is the umbrella body for all registered Library and Information
Science Students across all institutions in Nigeria. The National body started since 2015 and was given approval in July 2018 at the 56th NLA National Conference in Abeokuta and inaugurated during the 57th NLA National Conference in Delta state by the immediate past NLA President, Dr. Umunna Opara. The first conference was held in the University of Ibadan in 2019 under the leadership of Mr. Solomon Akannam.

The current National leadership of N-LISSA under the leadership of Raji Nafisat Abidemi (National President) has put in place great plans to make the upcoming 4nd National Conference a scintillating experience for all participants.

All Library and Information Science Students across all institutions in Nigeria are expected to be in attendance.

This year conference aims to build the capacity of dynamic potentials, young Librarians towards sustainable leadership.

_*Details of the Conference are as follows:*_
*Theme:* _*Building Sustainable Leadership: The Role of Library and Information Science Professionals*_

*Date:* _Monday, 1st June to Thursday 4th June, 2023_

*Venue:* _Donald Ekong Library Exhibition Center, University of Port Harcourt, River State._

In view of the above, we cordially invite all Library and Information Science students across all Institutions to be part of this year conference. And we plead on all Head of Library Schools to encourage the students to attend.

We equally seek for support of all meaning Professionals (Working Librarians) and Professional bodies and Organization to support the Association financially and in gifts.

*How to Register for the conference*
_Step 1_
To register, make your payment of * #15,000 (with accommodation) and #12,000(without accommodation)* to the national body account details below either through bank payment or transfer:

*Bank Name:* Wema Bank PLC
*Account Name:* Nigerian Library and Information Science Students Association
*Account Number:* 0244892636

Note: the #15,000 registration fee covers Feeding, Accommodation,
Conference materials, magazine, Certificates, Trainings, Tours and Excursions, etc.

_Step 2_
After making your payment of * #15,000 (with accommodation) and #12,000(without accommodation)* click on the link below to fill in your data

https://bit.ly/3oIPu5n

Note: You will be required to upload the evidence of payment which can either be the bank teller or screenshot of transfer made.

_Step 4_
Join the N-LISSA National Conference Participants group for more gists about the conference by clicking the group link on the Google form

_Step 4_
Start preparations to attend the conference and get your transportation sorted out. You can contact your chapter president for plans and or payment for transportation.

Thanks in anticipation for your usual supports and cooperation

✍️E-signed
*Raji Nafisat Abidemi*
National President.
08108576733

✍️E-Signed
*Sulaiman Saheed Alabi*
Ag. National Secretary
+234 808 885 7498

🗣️Announcer
*Tally Kingsley Jiro-oghene*
National Public Relation Officer.
08163112165

_Kindly rebroadcast to all Library Students and each chapters_

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NLISSA Online Seminar with Mr. Victor Ejechi

"Book, Reader, and Library' are the basic elements of Ranganathan's laws. Even if we replace these keywords with other elements, Ranganathan's laws still work very well"

•Yesterday, NLISSA organised an online seminar on the topic "Aligning Ranganathan Laws of Librarianship to Today's Realities of Service Delivery" which was presented by our guest speaker, Victor Ejechi, and moderated by Miss. Bukola O James.

•The one-day online seminar which had over 17 participants, helped LIS students gain a better understanding of the "5 Laws of Library Science"; a theory proposed by S.R. Ranganathan in 1931 which contains the principles and practice of Librarianship and the library system.

•Victor Ejechi, who is a passionate Librarian cm data analyst for TheCable Newspaper, gave a brilliant insight into the modern-day realities for librarians who have now transformed into Cyberarians and Infoprenuers to serve the Library users who make up the digital native of today's world.

•He further corroborated that, even though the theory is as old as the hills and has been in existence for time immemorial, it still applies to modern day realities.

•He cited examples of how the digital phenomenon of librarians developed a new concept of
the library as a "Library without walls".

•The seminar also had brilliant submissions from Dr. Ayodele John Alonge who contributed to the topic of discussion.

Kindly find below a link to the presentation and snapshots of participants 👇🏽

1. https://bit.ly/PresentationbyVictorEjechi
2.https://bit.ly/NLISSAOnlineSeminarSeptember2022

12/09/2022

•The "5 Laws of Library Science" is a theory proposed by S. R. Ranganathan in 1931, detailing the principles of operating a library system.

•Five laws of library science are called the set of norms, percepts, and guides to good practice in librarianship.

• Many librarians worldwide accept them as the foundations of their philosophy. Dr. S.R. Ranganathan conceived the Five Laws of Library Science in 1924.

•The statements embodying these laws were formulated in 1928. These laws were first published in Ranganathan's classic book entitled Five Laws of Library Science in 1931.

•These laws are:

1. Books Are For Use
2. Every Reader His/Her Book
3. Every Book Its Reader
4. Save The Time Of The Reader
5. The Library Is A Growing Organism

•These sets of rules are the "fundamental laws" of Library Science. They apply to any problem in the areas of library science, library service delivery, and library practice.

•Delivery of impactful library services is one of the major functions of a library/information system without which the system cannot function effectively and efficiently as such there is a need for every Information Professional/Librarians to understand how the five laws of Ranganathan help in the delivery of library services to users.

Join the conversation on:

Date: Tuesday, 13th September 2022
Venue: Google meet

https://meet.google.com/obi-mxda-wrb

Time:12:00 pm

08/09/2022

•Stress affects your health in ways that you may not even be aware of, from headaches, to insomnia, to decreased productivity. Stress may impact your mood, your behavior, your relationships, and your studies. In short, stress can affect every aspect of your life.

•In fact, nearly 70% of doctor visits and 80% of serious illnesses may be associated with stress. That is why you should make managing stress a priority.

•If you are feeling the stress most especially now when our universities are shut down and every morning you find it difficult to define the purpose of your existence and are not sure how to handle it, here is another opportunity to meet with experts who will guide you through managing stress and coming out stronger.

Join the conversation on:

*Date: 10th September, 2022
*Venue: Google meet

https://meet.google.com/bxs-ocmh-dst

*Time: 10:00am

You may just find that managing your stress makes those other aspects of your life more manageable too.

05/09/2022

INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY, 2022

Since 1967, International Literacy Day (ILD) celebrations have taken place annually around the world to remind the public of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights, and to advance the literacy agenda towards a more literate and sustainable society.

The theme, "Transforming Literacy Learning Spaces”

According to UNESCO, Libraries when used strategically have the potential to play a key role in promoting national literacy efforts, as they are trusted by people in the communities they serve and are in a good position to provide a wide variety of literacy opportunities. Libraries provide literacy resources for children, youth and adults at all proficiency levels, thereby making an enormous contribution to supporting a reading culture and the creation of a literate society.

With the present need for libraries to go to users wherever they are and provide them with services on multimedia level, the transformation of “Literacy Learning Spaces” will require going “Beyond the Library Walls”

The Literacy pathway talk is therefore aimed at looking inwards for libraries to optimize their relevance and contribution towards reducing illiteracy so that the 771 million estimated global illiteracy level will be drastically lessened before the next ILD in 2023.

It is on this note we invite all Library Students, Library Professionals and lovers of Libraries to join the conversation

Date: 7th September, 2022
Time: 11am
Venue: Google meet
https://meet.google.com/bxs-ocmh-dst

Let's champion the literacy campaign programme in our local communities.

08/07/2022

Happy Birthday to a distinguished mentor, a rare gem, an exceptional woman with innovative library advocacy ideas.

Today is "World Mrs. Shade Adepoju's Day 🥰"
and we are more than happy to celebrate the motherly face behind Nigerian Library and Information Students (N-LISSA) right from inception.

We appreciate all your encouragement, push to walk the talk, and motivation to aspire for greatness. Wishing you many more years of good health, wealth, and peace of mind.

Congratulations 🎉 our ever-dynamic role model.

21/06/2022

Are you Ready?!!!!

Wikimedia awareness Campaign for Library and Information Science Students in Nigeria is a 2day awareness training session aimed at creating visibility about Wikipedia projects and other sister projects like Wikidata, Wikicommons e.t.c.

To register for this event, kindly use the link below:
https://bit.ly/WikipediaAwarenessforLibraryandInformationScienceStudentsinNigeria

Then, join the event Dashboard using the link below 👇👇
https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/courses/Wikipedia_Awareness_for_Library_and_Information_Science_Students_in_Nigeria/Wikipedia_Awareness_for_Library_and_Information_Science_Students_in_Nigeria

Here is the link to the meta page for all the information you need about this campaign👇

https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_Awareness_for_Library_and_Information_Science_Students_in_Nigeria

For further information/enquiries please contact :
Linason 08166917640

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3rd N-LISSA NATIONAL CONFERENCE

It is pertinent today that issues such as domestic violence, banditry and kidnapping, drug trafficking, and drug abuse, poverty have contributed negatively to the growth and development of Nigeria. The dimension of Boko Haram elements, abductions, and Sexual and gender-based violence is not only alarming but worrisome. It was on this basis that the Library and Information Science Students Association (N-LISSA) invited professionals, and erudite scholars in the field of Library and Information Science to a Two-day N-LISSA conference to discuss insecurity and the roles of Library and Information professionals in finding solutions to this carnage ravaging Nigeria today.

The above is what this conference seeks to achieve particularly in the papers that were presented, and generally in all other facets of the conference.

Interestingly, The 4th industrial revolution is connecting cyber, virtual, and physical space with advancements in digital technology which has made communication, collaboration, information flow, and work easier. There is a need for librarians and student librarians to possess a high level of knowledge and skills in web technology and database applications, robotic technology, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, big data, social media, smartphones, digital cameras, sensors, and Internet of Things as information dissemination is desirable for combating insecurity and other criminalities in our society. These digital technologies are currently contributing significantly to global information provision and dissemination as well as changing the information landscape in our society. Librarians and Information Professionals must not be left out in this contemporary challenge and phenomenon.
Therefore, Library and Information Professionals have important roles to combat security threats and other negative thoughts by engaging, inspiring, connecting, and communicating with information tools for positive change in society.

Special appreciation to the Keynote Speaker Dr. Mathias Gabriel Kasa, The facilitators: Dr. Yakubu Attahiru Liman, Mallam Abdulkarim Aliyu Bube, Dr. Mrs. Ijeoma Ibegbulam, Dr. Celina Jummai Nongo, Mr. Sylvester Ebhonu, Mrs Shade Bello Adepoju, Dr. Ayo Alonge, and Mr Adesewa Adedeji for wonderful, insightful, educative and informative thoughts. We greatly appreciate your contribution to knowledge and humanity.

17/06/2022

📍3RD Nigerian Library and Information Science Students Association (N-LISSA) Conference Online.

*Date*: 17th and 18th June, 2022
Time: *10:30am-1:00pm*

Below is the link for the conference.

https://zoom.us/j/94762094228?pwd=SEF0eS9JOEpYZTdDcHo3bXBkc04zUT09

Meeting ID: 947 6209 4228
Passcode: 338441






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17/06/2022

📍3RD Nigerian Library and Information Science Students Association (N-LISSA) Conference Online.

*Date*: 17th and 18th June, 2022
Time: *10:30am-1:00pm*

Below is the link for the conference.

https://zoom.us/j/94762094228?pwd=SEF0eS9JOEpYZTdDcHo3bXBkc04zUT09

Meeting ID: 947 6209 4228
Passcode: 338441

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15/06/2022

When it is Authentic, a Librarian is involved.

Do you want to end fake news & bring about an egalitarian/well informed Nigeria?

Then attend the NLA FCT Chapter's upcoming training on practical fact checking skills tagged:

"Verifying Fake News: Digital Tools For Fact checking"

Date: Tuesday, June 21st, 2022

Time: 10a.m.

Venue: National Library of Nigeria Headquarters, Abuja.

Experts from Dubawa (a West African independent verification and fact-checking project, initiated by the Centre for Journalism Innovation and Development (CJID) and supported by the most influential newsrooms and civic organisations in West Africa to help amplify the culture of truth in public discourse, public policy, and journalistic practice) will be on ground to impact us with requisite skills for fact-checking and media literacy.

You need your internet enabled Laptop or Tablet to effectively participate.

You will not like to miss it😊.

NLA FCT.... Poised for Impact.

Mohammed Nma Baba
P. R. O.

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Brownies

25/05/2022

Public notice!!!

This is to inform the general public that Samuel Brownson whose photo appears below; a student at the Department of Library and Information Science, University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, and previously the Vice President of the Nigeria Library and Information Science Association's South-South Region, has committed gross misconduct and disrespect against the NLISSA.

Following his actions, the NLISSA, therefore, wishes to inform the general public that he has seized to be an executive member of the Nigeria Library and Information Science Student Association (NLISSA) nor a member of the constituted authority.

Brownson Samuel has consistently disobeyed NLISSA's cautions against organizing a physical meeting owing to ASUU strike actions.

He has also involved himself in several unlawful actions against NLISSA which include:

1. Anti association stand

2. Disrespect for NLISSA council members, staff adviser, and executives.

3. Creating factions of NLISSA for his selfish interest to cause disunity among students across various regions.

4. Lobbying for favoritism from different librarians across the state for selfish reasons.


Therefore the general public, most especially librarians and library students are hereby informed to avoid further dealings with him.

NLISSA shall not bear any liability for dealings contrary to the advice hereby given.

Thank you

Signed

NLISSA Excos.

24/05/2022

Disclaimer! to the general public

This is to inform the general public that Amb. Enwongo-Abasi Francis whose photograph appears below is not an executive member of the Nigeria Library and Information Science Student Association (NLISSA) nor a member of the constituted authority and does not own any legal right to co-organise a parallel conference under the auspices of the NLISSA.

Mr. Abasi Francis has continuously gone against the NLISSA series of warnings against holding a physical conference due to ASUU strike actions among other unlawful actions against NLISSA which include;

1. Anti association stand

2. Disrespect for NLISSA council members, staff advisers, and executives even when he doesn't hold any official post in Nlissa.

3. Creating factions of NLISSA for his selfish interest to cause disunity among students across various regions.

4. Lobbying for favoritism from different librarians across the state for selfish reasons.


The general public, most especially librarians and library students are hereby informed to avoid further dealings with him.

NLISSA shall not bear any liability for dealings contrary to the advice hereby given.

Thank you

Signed

NLISSA Excos.

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*DISCLAIMER*

The Nigerian Library and Information Science Students' Association (N-LISSA) is the student national body for all Library and Information Science Students across Nigeria, registered and recognized by the Nigerian Library Association (NLA).

One of the constituted mandates of the association is that the association shall be responsible for bringing together all Library and Information Science Students across the nation under the same umbrella, irrespective of gender, tribe, region, race, ethnicity, or religion, for information and knowledge sharing, in form of seminars, online training, conferences, workshops among others.

It is pertinent to note that the association is organized in such a way that information flows from its Advisers to the Council and her executives for prompt discharge of responsibilities.

It is equally pertinent to note that the association is devoid of any form of discrimination, division, or separation in any way, as the core foundation of the association was built to unify Nigerian Library and Information Science Students under one indissoluble umbrella.

Recently, the attention of the association was drawn to a publication by some individuals around the South-South region of the country, trying to cause disunity, fraction and disintegration among the Library and Information Science Students in the country, against the peace and harmony of the association seek to promote.

On this note, the National body of NLISSA wishes to disassociate herself from the purported regional conference that is scheduled to take place in Uyo from 25th to 27th May 2022.

The Library and Information Science Students, Professionals, Information Specialists, Stakeholders, and individuals are advised to be wary of the individuals parading themselves as executives of NLISSA, they are men of questionable integrity and their words should be taken with no seriousness. These individuals are out on self-promotion and egocentrism, their actions are against the interest of the national body and the interest of Library and Information Science Students as a whole.

The association wish to inform the general public that her 2022 annual conference as planned, will hold virtually on the 17th and 18th of June 2022.

Lastly, the drivers of the UYO conference are advised to call themselves to order. Every attempt to soil the efforts made by visionary individuals to unify LIS students nationwide will be resisted and the consequences of their actions may be counterproductive for them.

While appreciating your support over the years, we appeal that you take caution while handling financial transactions with these individuals.

Thank you.

Signed
Raji Nafisat Abidemi
National President

Jegede Abdulazeez Adebayo
Secretary General

08/05/2022

Nigerian Library and Information Science Students' Association (N-LISSA) cordially invites all Library and Information Science Students and Professionals across Nigeria to her forthcoming 3rd National Conference Online.


When: 17th-18th June. There will be core hours several times a day when most online activities will take place.

Where: The NLISSA 3RD National Conference 2022 will primarily be held online via Zoom.

*Theme*
Curbing Incessant Security Threats Bedeviling The Nigerian States: The Roles of Library and Information Professionals.

*DATE*
17th -18th of JUNE 2022

*VENUE*
Online

*CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE*
Online: NGN 2,000

*Please note that the conference online registration fee, covers online participation, certificate, online magazine, and conference papers.*

https://bit.ly/NIGERILIBRARYANDNLISSA3RDNATIONALCONFERENCE2022

Meet 03/05/2022

N-LISSA 3rd National Online Conference Update with Excos and Students
Tuesday, May 3 • 7:00 – 8:00 PM
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/bgh-yczh-img

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N-LISSA NATIONAL CONFERENCE UPDATE

In view of the current state of ASUU, NASU and SANU and sequel to the resolution meeting held on the 25/4/2022.

The above association wish to inform the general public that the
N-LISSA National Conference which was scheduled to hold physically at the Akwa Ibom State, Uyo, has been cancelled.

Please kindly disregard any memo indicating a change in resolution made as it has no legal backing from all members of the board and executives of the association.

Hence, the Conference venue remains strictly Online via Zoom and is scheduled to hold on the 17th and 18th of June, 2022.

Kindly follow the registration procedures provided via the Google form attached to this letter to get yourself registered for the forthcoming online conference by clicking on the link below: https://bit.ly/NIGERILIBRARYANDNLISSA3RDNATIONALCONFERENCE2022

Please note the newly reviewed Registration fee for the online conference is now NGN 2000 which is expected to be paid into the National Library and Information Science Students Association WEMA Bank account 0244892636 which is the only recognized account number by the association.

Please kindly disregard any informal and unofficial memo from any external source without directives from the national association.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this might have caused you.

Thank you.

10/04/2022

Entrepreneurs, Businessmen/women who wish their goods and/or services be advertised to our large audience that spans across the country should contact 08088857498 or [email protected]

03/04/2022

Mark (√) your calendar for the next IFLA Section Education and Training webinar on April, 27th to Learn how to write scholarship and conference funding applications.

More information to be announced soon via ifla.org/units/set/

22/03/2022

The Webinar on Impact of Libary Advocacy Funds & Initiative; A monthly webinar series for LIS students IFLA Division C holds today!!

Not registered yet?

Click the link 👇🏾

https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WuF9JMVfTgG-Bw3bP6WLvA

Date: Wednesday 23rd March, 2022

Time: 16:00-17:30 CET

This event will be recorded and made available via the IFLA Education and Training Section's YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo9R8g3vwtNgv2k4rNUzjOA





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15/03/2022

NIGERIA LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION (N-LISSA)

3rd National Conference

```CALL FOR ARTICLES```

THEME
Curbing incessant security threats bedeviling the Nigerian States: The Roles of Library and Information Science Professionals

Sub-themes:

1. Combating Banditry and Kidnapping in Nigeria: The Roles of Library and Information Science Professionals

2. The Roles of Library and Information Science Professionals in Curbing Domestic Violence in Nigeria

3. Drug trafficking and Drug Abuse in Nigeria: The Roles of Library and Information Science Professionals

4. The Roles of Library and Information Science Professionals in Fighting Fake News

5. The Roles of Library and Information Science Professionals towards Protecting the Lives and Properties of Nigeria people

6. Promoting National Unity: The Roles of Library and Information Professionals

7. Fighting Poverty in Nigeria, The Roles of Library and Information Science Professionals

8. Library and Information Services provision to Fostering Economic Development of Nigeria

9. Library and Information Services Provision to Ensuring Political stability

10. Library and Information Services Provision in Fostering Internal and External Sovereignty

11. Library and Information Services provision in the 21st Century for National Development

Guidelines for Submission:

1. Articles are to be sent in MS Word format

2. Authors should provide their Name, Institution, Level (Students) Occupation (Professionals), and picture in the article to be sent

3. All references should follow the Anglo American Psychological Association (APA) referencing style 6th edition

4. Articles are to be sent to [email protected]

5. Deadline for the submission is 14th of April, 2022

For Enquiries Contact:
08088857498, 08168681945

14/03/2022

.Libraries are increasingly in the position of demonstrating their economic value to the community.

To find out how! then kindly
register to attend the forthcoming IFLA Division C monthly webinar series for LIS students on the "Impact of Library Advocacy Funds and Initiatives".

Keynote Speaker:
Cleo Jones will be presenting a topic on “Libraries Deliver: the power of libraries to deliver decision-makers. Persuading decision-makers that Libraries matter."

Moreover, Two (2) LIS students will also share their experiences with Library Advocacy.

Date: Wednesday, 23rd March 2022.
Time: 16:00-17:30 CET

Registration link: 👇🏾
https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WuF9JMVfTgG-Bw3bP6WLvA

This event will be recorded and made available via the IFLA Section Education and Training Section's YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo9R8g3vwtNgv2k4rNUzjOA



10/03/2022

.Are you a Library and Information Science Student?
Do you know what it takes to advocate for libraries in your community or institution?
Have you carried out any campaign to support a library?
Would you like to promote advocacy in libraries?
Would you like to share your advocacy experience with the LIS students globally?

Then register to attend the forthcoming IFLA Division C monthly webinar series for LIS students on the "Impact of Library Advocacy Funds and Initiatives".

Date: Wednesday, 23rd March 2022.
Time: 16:00-17:30 CET
Registration link:
https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WuF9JMVfTgG-Bw3bP6WLvA



Re-thinking Work and Experience Acquisition For The Future 06/03/2022

Re-thinking Work and Experience Acquisition For The Future

NLISSA Connect is a platform that provides opportunities to LIS students to help them achieve their dreams of acquiring a world-class education in any foreign university of their choice using the available scholarships.

To register, kindly use the link below👇

https://forms.gle/G9XaT8McMQmdoCC36



Re-thinking Work and Experience Acquisition For The Future NLISSA Connect is platform that provides opportunities to LIS students to help them achieve their dreams to acquiring a world class education in any foreign universities of their choice using the available scholarships.

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