Similarly, Krubu &Osawaru (2011) conducted a study on the Impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Nigerian University Libraries using interview as method of data collection. The results reveal that the challenges of ICT in Nigerian academic libraries include epileptic power supply, technical know-how, and lack of search skills, inadequate funding and infancy level of automation in libraries. Kaman (2013) studied the use of information communication technologies (ICTs) in academic libraries; his study revealed that use of ICTs in libraries has become great advantage for its users as they open up opportunities for interoperability and information exchange. Users can now access wide variety of information resources such as text, sound, images etc. Furthermore, the study reported that application of ICTs has provided considerable benefits on the way libraries relate to their user communities and become an essential part of evolving information society.
Ogbomo & Muokebe (2014) examined briefly how library and information services have undergone various stages of transformation from inception. Other factors that have hastened the growth of library and information services were discussed and how changes in technology have influenced changes in library and information services in Nigeria. The impacts of ICT in Nigerian libraries were discussed. Measures in place were needed to improve the use of ICT in Nigerian libraries. Initiatives and programs was also discussed with the aimed at strengthening the effectiveness and set backs of ICT in the Nigerian libraries.
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