Williams Ezinwa Nwagwu
Williams Ezinwa Nwagwu
Department of Data and Information Science, Faculty of Multidisciplinary Studies, University of
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The Internet as a source of reproductive health information among adolescent girls in an urban city in Nigeria
WE Nwagwu
BMC Public Health 7, 1-13, 2007
Integrating ICTs into the globalization of the poor developing countries
WE Nwagwu
Information development 22 (3), 167-179, 2006
Open access initiatives in Africa—structure, incentives and disincentives
WE Nwagwu
The Journal of Academic Librarianship 39 (1), 3-10, 2013
E-learning readiness of universities in Nigeria-what are the opinions of the academic staff of Nigeria’s premier university?
WE Nwagwu
Education and Information Technologies 25 (2), 1343-1370, 2020
Penetration of Nigerian predatory biomedical open access journals 2007–2012: A bibliometric study
WE Nwagwu, O Ojemeni
Learned Publishing 28 (1), 23-34, 2015
Women's health information needs and information sources: a study of a rural oil palm business community in South-Western Nigeria
WE Nwagwu, M Ajama
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2011
Building open access in Africa
WE Nwagwu, A Ahmed
International journal of technology management 45 (1-2), 82-101, 2009
Information systems user satisfaction: A survey of the postgraduate school portal, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
MBA Miss
Library Philosophy and Practice, 2014
Nigerian university websites: A webometric analysis
WE Nwagwu, O Agarin
Webology 5 (4), 1-20, 2008
Challenges and opportunities of e-learning networks in Africa
A Ahmed, WE Nwagwu
Development 49 (2), 86-92, 2006
Cybernating the academe: Centralized scholarly ranking and visibility of scholars in the developing world
WE Nwagwu
Journal of Information Science 36 (2), 228-241, 2010
Information Needs and Seeking Behaviour of Nurses at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria.
WE Nwagwu, R Oshiname
African Journal of Library, Archives & Information Science 19 (1), 2009
Acceptance of mobile advertising by consumers in public service institutions in Lagos, Nigeria
WE Nwagwu, B Famiyesin
The Electronic Library 34 (2), 265-288, 2016
Evaluation of the implementation of family life and HIV education programme in Nigeria
BI Udegbe, F Fayehun, UC Isiugo-Abanihe, W Nwagwu, I Isiugo-Abanihe, ...
African journal of reproductive health 19 (2), 79-92, 2015
The Nigerian university and the triple helix model of innovation systems: adjusting the wellhead
WE Nwagwu
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 20 (6), 683-696, 2008
Deficits in the visibility of African scientists: Implications for developing information and communication technology (ICT) capacity
W Nwagwu
World Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development 2 (3-4), 244-260, 2005
Open Access in the Developing Regions: Situating the Altercations About Predatory Publishing/L'accès libre dans les régions en voie de développement: Situation de la …
WE Nwagwu
Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 40 (1), 58-80, 2016
Creating science and technology information databases for developing and sustaining sub-Saharan Africa's indigenous knowledge
W Ezinwa Nwagwu
Journal of Information Science 33 (6), 737-751, 2007
A bibliometric analysis of productivity patterns of biomedical authors of Nigeria during 1967-2002
W Nwagwu
Scientometrics 69 (2), 259-269, 2006
Bibliometric analysis of Nigeria's social science and arts and humanities publications in Thomson Scientific databases
W Nwagwu, O Egbon
The Electronic Library 29 (4), 438-456, 2011
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