1. OKE, TIMOTHY AKINLOLU
1. DATE OF BIRTH: 23 April, 1957, Ibadan, Akinyele LGA
2. NATIONALITY: Nigerian [Yoruba]
3. MARITAL STATUS: Married
4. NUMBER OF CHILDREN: Three, Aged: 18, 16, and 14 respectively
5. CONTACT ADDRESS: Kenneth Dike Library
University of Ibadan
GSM 08055126079; 07065519273
a) University of Ibadan, Ibadan, 2003 to date
b) University of Ado-Ekiti, Ado Ekiti, 1998 to 2001
c) University of Ibadan Consultancy Services, April 1996 – December, 1996.
d) University of Ibadan, Department of Computer Science, Jan. 1993 – November, 1994.
e) Liberty Academy Secondary School, Ibadan 1982.
6. ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
a) (Degree in View): MPhil./PhD Programme in Educational Technology, 2006/2007 to
b) Masters Degree in Education (M.Ed. Educational Technology), University of Ibadan,
c) Professional Diploma in Computer Science, Department of computer Science, University
of Ibadan, Ibadan, November 1994 (Postgraduate Diploma Equivalent) – (Lower Credit).
d) B.Sc. (Ed.) (Honours) Business Education, University of Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State. (1998 –
2001) (2nd Class Lower Division).
e) Certificate and Diploma in Business Administration, Association of Business Executives,
London, December, 1986 and 1988 respectively. (ND Equivalent).
f) WASC/GCE 1982.
a) Journal Article:
(i ) Oke, T. Akin Computers Systems and Applications. Nigerian Journal of Computer
Literacy. Vol. 1 No. 2, 1998. Pages 189 – 203.
ii) Oke, T. Akin and Olatoregun M. Relevant of Computer Applications in Business
Education Curriculum in Nigeria. Journal of Professional Teacher Trainers
(JOPTET) Volume 3, Nos. 1&2. Pages. 63 – 71.
iii) Olatoregun M. & Oke, T. Akin, Computer Applications and Business Education
Curriculum: A need for Curriculum Change. Wonder Hand – Journal of Vocational
Education, Federal College of Education, Osiele Abeokuta, Nigeria. Vol. 4 January
2003 Pages. 137 – 147.
iv) Oke, T. Akin. Information Communication Technology Applications in Arts and
Humanities as a solution to issues and problems of National Building, Nigerian
Journal of Arts and Social Science. Osiele Journal of Arts and Social Sciences
(OJASS) Volume 6, June 2006.
v) Oke, T. Akin. Effects of Information Technology Skills and Literacy in Manpower
Development for E-learning and Use of Information Communication Technology
in Nigerian Higher Education System. COEASU Journal of Contemporary Issues.
Vol. 2:1, February, 2010.
vi) Accepted for Publication: Alade Abimbade and T. Akin Oke, Technology
Integration of Microsoft Office Suits Productivity Software into Teaching and
2. Learning: A Basic Tools for Nigerian Educational System. Journal of E-Learning
Nigeria. Vol. 2.
vii) Accepted for Publication: Olatoregun M. & Oke, T. Akin, Mastering
Keyboarding: An Essential Skill for All in Information Technology Age.
i) Oke, T. A. Computer Applications in Banks, February 1994. 22p. (un-published), in
partial fulfillment of Professional Diploma in Computer Science.
ii) Oke, T. A., Uwakwe, G.S. and Agbo, A.A.; An assessment of Impact of Computer
Applications in the Library and Information System in Nigeria. (A case study of
Kenneth dike Library, University of Ibadan) February, 1994, (un-published).
iii) Oke, T.A., The Design and Implementations of Computer-Based Customers
Services System in Bank,. Being Final Project submitted as part of requirements
for the award of Professional Diploma in Computer Science, University of Ibadan.
May, 1994, 77p (un-published)
iv) Oke, T. A. Relevance of Computer Applications in Business Education Curriculum
in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. In part fulfillment for the requirement for the
award of B.Sc. (Ed.), Business Studies. 2001 (un-published) 90 p.
v) Oke, T. A. Integration of Computer Applications Software Package for Continuous
Assessment Practice into Nigerian Primary School Curriculum. In part fulfillment
for the requirement for the award of (M.Ed.) Educational Technology, 2005. (un-
(c) Conference/Workshop Attended (National and International).
i) National Conference on Electronic Learning. Organized by E-learning Network of
Nigeria. Held at the Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan: 4th – 7th
October, 2005. Paper presented: Alade Abimbade and T. Akin Oke, (2005).
Technology Integration of Microsoft Office Suits Productivity Software into
Teaching and Learning: A Basic Tools for Nigerian Educational System.
ii) International Workshop on Open, Distance and Electronic Learning (OdeL).
Organized by Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ile Nigeria in collaboration with
Carnegie Corporation of New York. Held between 3rd and 5th May, 2006.
iii) National Conference on Electronic Learning. Organized by E-learning Network of
Nigeria. Held at the Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan: 9th – 13th
iv) E-Learning Africa 2007 - 2nd International Conference on ICT for Development,
Education and Training. Held at the Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, May 27 –
v) 22nd Annual Conference of School Library Association of Nigeria. Held at Chapel
of the Resurrection Hall, University of Ibadan between October, 2007. Paper
Presented: R. A. Ojo and T. Akin Oke (2007). Automation Package for School
Library Media Centres, (School Library Automation System: What, Why and
vi) National Conference on Electronic Learning. Organized by E-learning Network of
Nigeria. Held at the Federal College of Education, Omoku, Rivers State 9th – 13th
vii) EuroAfrica-ICT Forum Workshop, (Connecting Sub-Saharan African and the
European Union for ICT partnership under FP7. Held at University of Lagos,
Nigeria. Between February 20 and 21 2008.
viii) Workshop organized by The Nigerian ICT Forum of Partnership Institutions. An
Initiative of Nigerian Research and Education Institutions, Held at Kenneth Dike
Library, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, 21 – 25 April, 2008
ix) 23rd Annual Conference of the School Library Association of Nigeria. Held at the
Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, between 27 and 31 October,
2008. Paper presented: Integration of E-Learning Resources into the School
Library Media Centres.
x) University of Ibadan, MacArthur Foundation Grant, ICT Training Programme for
3. Staff. January – March, 2009. Resource Person for the following topics: (i)
Basic Computer Operations I, Ii & II; (ii) Spreadsheet I, II, & II; (iii) Presentation
Technique I, II, & III and (ix) Document Management I;
xi) Partnership for Higher Education in Africa Educational Technology Initiative
Workshop, held at ICT Conference Room, Benue Road, University of Ibadan,
between 27 – 30 April, 2009.
(D) Conference/Workshop Attended (Local).
(xii) Resource Person: Annual Workshop on education Computing for Primary
Classroom. Paper Presented: Demonstration Lectures on Introduction to
Computers, Operating Systems and Word Processing, Faculty of Education,
University of Ibadan, 1994 to date.
xii) Resource Person: In-Service Training Programme on Microcomputer use for
Secretaries and Typist in the Service of Kenneth Dike Library, University of
Ibadan 2 – 6 & 9 – 13 December, 1996. Papers Presented: (I) Introduction to
Word-processing/Desktop Publishing; (ii) Word-processing using WordPerfect
5.1; (iii) Word-processing/Desktop publishing using Microsoft Word.
xiii) Resource Person: One-week intensive course for Academic Librarians. Paper
Presented: Introduction to Library Applications Software. Organized by GISE
Associates, Ibadan. Held at National Archives, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
xiv) Resource Person: One-week intensive computer appreciation course for all
senior secretaries, principal/private secretaries and confidential secretaries in the
public establishments. Paper Presented: Word-processing and Desktop
Publishing Application Software Packages for Secretaries. Organized by Petog
Konsult, Lagos 3rd – 7th September, 2001 at Zaria Hotel Conference Centre,
Samaru Road, Zaria.
xv) Resource Person: One-Week intensive course for Record Keeper in the public
and private establishments. Paper Presented: Database Management Systems
using Microsoft Access and CDS-ISIS for Windows. Organized by Petog Konsult,
Lagos 17th – 21st September, 2001 at Alumni Centre, University of Ibadan.
xvi) Resource Person: One-Week intensive course for Librarians on Library
Automation in Nigeria. Paper Presented: Planning Library Automation.
Organized by Petog Konsult, Lagos
xvii) Resource Person: One-Week intensive course for Accountants in Public
Establishment: Paper Presented: Introduction to spreadsheet applications
software. Organized by Petog Konsult, Lagos 16th – 20th April, 2001 at Alumni
Centre, University of Ibadan.
xviii) Resource Person: One-Week intensive course for Secretaries in Public Sector.
Paper Presented: Introduction to Computer Network and Internet Applications
For Secretaries. Organized by Petog Konsult, Lagos 24th – 28th September,
2001 at Alumni Centre, University of Ibadan.
xix) Resource Person: One-Week intensive workshop. Organized by OMEP and
Association of Nursery/Primary School Proprietors of Nigeria. Held at the
Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan from Monday 5 to Friday 9
2001. Paper Presented: Computer Literacy. 10p.
xx) Resource Person: One-Week intensive course for Statisticians in Public Sector.
Paper Presented: Introduction to Computer and Statistical Applications Software.
Organized by Petog Konsult, Lagos 24th – 28th March, 2002 at Alumni Centre,
University of Ibadan. 5p
xxi) Resource Person: One-Week intensive course for Medical Records Officers in
Nigerian Teaching Hospitals. Paper Presented: Computer Applications in
Medical Records. Organized by Petog Konsult, Lagos 5th – 9th August, 2002 at
Alumni Centre, University of Ibadan. 6p.
xxii) Resource Person: One-Week intensive course for Personnel Managers and
Administrators. Paper Presented: The Role of Computer in Personnel
Administration. Organized by Petog Konsult, Lagos 14th – 18th April, 2003 at
Conference Centre, University of Ibadan. 6p.
xxiii) Resource Person: One-Week intensive course Managers in Public and Private
4. Sectors. Papers Presented: (i)Computer Appreciation and Information
Management (ii) Computer appreciation to information management: an
Integrated Approach. Organized by Royaldill Konsult, Lagos 16 th – 20th June,
2003 at Conference Centre, University of Ibadan. 6p
xxiv) Resource Person: One-Week intensive course for Directors and Educational
Personnel in Federal and State Ministries. Paper Presented: Educational
Technology and Computer Applications in Education. Organized by Petog
Konsult, Lagos 16th – 20th June, 2003 at Conference Centre, University of
xxv) Resource Person. One-Week intensive workshop for Lectures of the Federal
College of Education, Omoku, Rivers State on E-Learning. Papers Presented:
(1) Data and Information Processing, (2) Use of MS Word in Education. (3) Use
of MS Excel in Education. November, 6 – 10 2006.
10. TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
A. OND/HND Level
School of Health Information Systems, University College Hospital, Ibadan.
(i) LBM 102 - Library Management I, 2003/2004 and 2004/2005.
(ii) LBM 202 - Library Management II 2004/2005 session.
(iii) HIS 113:- Health Information Systems I 2005/2006, 2006/2007
(iv) COM 113 – Basic Programming Language 2005/2006, 2006/2007, 2007/2008
xxvi) COM 311 – Operating Systems I 2006/2007, 2006/2007
xxvii) COM 321 – Operating System II , 2006/2007 2008/2009
xxviii) COM 214A: Computer Applications Packages 2007/2008, 2008/2009
xxix) COM 214B Computer Files Organization Management 2007/2008, 2008/2009
B. N.C.E. LEVEL – Emmanuel Alayande College of Education – Sandwich Programme, Abadina
College, University of Ibadan – Introduction to Library Studies
C. UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL
University of Ado-Ekiti, Oyo State College of Education, Sandwich Degree Program)
ACC 3111 – Management Information System (University of Ado-Ekiti -, 2005/2006;
D. POSTGRADUATE (MASTERS DEGREE) LEVEL
Department of School Media Resources Management, (Abadina Media Resources Centre),
University of Ibadan
- AMR 705 – Media Hardware Management – 2007/2008, 2008/2009. 2009/2010
- AMR 703 – Automation of Library and Information Systems, 2007/2008,
- AMR 739 – Information Architecture 2007/2008, 2009/2009
- AMR 803 - ICT in Library, Archival and Media Resources Management –
- AMR 802 – Instructional Design and Development – 2008/2009, 2009/2010
11. PROJECTS SUPERVISED
A) AYINDE, Oyewale, (2009), (HND), International Classification of Disease in Health Care
Delivery in Nigeria. A Comparative Study of University College Hospital, Adeoyo Maternity
State Hospital, Oluyoro Catholic Hospital and Molade Primary Health Centre All in Ibadan
Oyo State. P. I – xi, 102
B) LAWAL, Sijuwonuola Tolulade,(2009) (HND), Sudden Death, A case Study of University
College Hospital and Olabisi Onabanjo Teaching Hospital. P. I – viii, 51.
11b. MEMBERSHIP OF RESEARCH GROUP
1. Late Professor S.T. Bajah led project on Early Learning Science Series for Africa Project –
1998 till 2007
2. Dr. A. Abimbade led project on Electronic Learning Network of Nigeria – 2005 to date
5. 12. WORKING EXPERIENCE:
Systems Analyst I - Kenneth Dike Library, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
13. CURRENT SCHEDULE OF DUTIES
a) Responsible for the daily operations and monitoring of the Library’s computer systems.
b) Responsible for organizing, initiating, monitoring and completing all batch processing
jobs on the computer.
c) Maintaining the inventory of special supplies for the Computer room and request for new
stock when necessary.
d) Supervising CD-ROM Database search operations and Responsible for the administration
and keeping of the units diskettes, CD-ROM, Books, Manuals etc.
e) Maintains system problems, updates and hardware etc.
f) Network and Database Administration.
g) Training and supervision of Typist/Data Entry Clerks.
h) Maintenance and management of E-Classroom Operations and e-Learning delivery.
a) Dr. B. A. Oladele
University of Ibadan
b) Professor Tekena N. Tamuno
c/o Kenneth Dike Library
University of Ibadan
c) Professor I. O. Akinyele
Head, Department of Human Nutrition
University of Ibadan
Date: OKE, TIMOTHY AKINLOLU