International Association of Social Sciences Information Service and Technology

2nd African Regional Workshop 4th – 7th October 2022 (TIME ZONE: WAT — West African Time)

Tuesday, 4th October 2022
08:00- 09:00 Preparation, Registration of workshop delegates
09:00 –11:00 Opening CeremonyMain auditorium
Opening Prayer
Remarks from the Chair National Organizing Committee
Music interlude
Speech from Representative of IASSIST Africa Regional Office
Speech from President of IASSIST
Music interlude
Speech from Vice Chancellor/Guest of Honor
Official opening of workshop
Photo shoot/Media interviews
11:00- 11:30 Health Break

11:30- 12.10 Keynote speech
Main auditorium
Chair: Prof. Abiola Abioye
Speaker: Prof Sandra Canon – IASSIST President
Title: Data Literacy and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

12:10-13:00pm Overview of IASSIST Africa  Chapter
Prof Constant Obura-Okello 
 
13:00-14:00 Lunch break

14.00-15:30 Theme: Data Literacy and Considerations for Industrial Development 
Chair: Winny Nekesa Akullo
Dr. Adefunke Sarah Ebijuwa
Integrating Data Literacy into Information Literacy Programmes: Any Difference?
Dr. Bonifacio Flavio
Enhancing Data Literacy Teaching Data Analysis
Dr.  Sophia V. Adeyeye & Taofeek Abiodun Oladokun
Application of Emerging Technologies for Research Support in Nigerian Academic Libraries: Trends, Problems and Prospects.
Prof. Oluwayemisi Babalola
New Forms Of Capitalism In The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Implications For Higher Education in Nigeria.

15:30-16:00 Health Break.

16:00-17:20 Special Parallel Sessions
Room 1
Sub-theme: Data Collection and Preservation
Theme: Data Collection and Preservation 
Chair: Prof. Abiola Abioye
Dr. Akinniyi Adeleke
Data Literacy and Linked Data Management, Whither Nigerian Librarians?
Dr. Benson Oweghoro
Data Collection and Record Preservation in University College Hospital. Ibadan, Nigeria 
Dr. Sunday Tunmibi & Prof. Wole Olatokun
Security and Preservation of Election Data in Nigeria in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Room 2 
Sub-theme: Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR): Readiness and Future Considerations 
Luke Okello
The role of emerging ICT technology trends in facilitating realization of the 4th  industrial revolution in Africa
Olatunbosun Obileye
Scaling up data services with standard ontology
Dr. Abiola Omotosho
4IR and its impact on learning in academic institutions


End of day one
Wednesday, 5th October 202208:00- 09:00 Preparation, Registration of Workshop delegates

09:00-10:30 Keynote Speech 
Main auditorium
Chair: Olatunbosun Obileye
Speaker:  Prof. Wole Olatokun

10:30-11:00 Health Break

11.00-13.00 Theme: Data Protection Legislations
Chair:  Dr. Akinniyi Adeleke
Judith Nyangoma
Data Protection Legislations
Andrew Mankone
Data Protection Registration Laws: Case study of Kenyan Legislative 
Dr.Emily J. Ng’eno
Legal and Policy Framework is a Throttlehold to a Successful Research Data Management in Kenya’s Agricultural Research Institutes

14:00-15:30 Special and Parallel Sessions
Room 1
Workshop Session
Theme: Issues with the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Development Programs
Chair: Dr. Adetoun Adebisi Oyelude 
Dr. Esther Oluwayemi Jatto
Libraries and the Fourth Industrial Revolution 
Dr. Ibrahim Aliyu
Library as Tool for Sustainable Peace and National Development  

Room 2
Theme: Issues with the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Development Programs.
Workshop Session
Chair: Dr. Abiola Omotosho
Olatunbosun Obileye
Digital data collection and aggregation (offline and online) with ODK

15:30-16:00 Health Break

16:00-17:00 Special and Parallel Sessions
Poster Session
Chair: Ms. Winny Nekesa Akullo
Andrew Ojulong
Library Services During Covid-19 Pandemic and the 4IR Opportunities
Adetoun Adebisi Oyelude
Doing Data Designs Innovatively with the 4IR
Grace Temilolu Ikenna
Influence of Digitization on Preservation of Intellectual Property of Academics in University of Ibadan

Theme: Indigenous Knowledge, Data Literacy and Factors of Production Management
Chair: Prof. Abiola Abioye 
Folasade Oguntoye
Data Literacy and Indigenous Knowledge Management 
Ebelechukwu Ajuka & Wole Michael Olatokun
Conversational Characteristics Of Medical Professionals On Ebola Virus Disease In The Medscape Network 
Grace Oladoyin
Awareness and Perception of Librarians towards the use of cloud-based technology in academic libraries

Cocktail 18:30-22:00
End of Day 2
Thursday, 6th  October 202208:00- 09:00 Preparation, Registration of workshop delegates

09:00-9:30 Sponsors Half hour – Main auditorium
Sponsors Session (Emerald and DDI)

9:30-10:00 Health Break
10:00-12:00  Parallel sessions
Room 1
Theme: Data Literacy and Tertiary Education

Chair: Prof. Wole Olatokun 
Anna Leonard, Kingsley Egbukole, Josiline Phiri Chigwada & Gilbert Mushi
The State of Embedded Librarianship in the University Research Processes in African Academic Libraries 
Idris Oladipo
Rethinking Teacher Professional Development at Basic Education Levels in Nigeria for the New Digital World  
Oluwatosin Ologbosere
Data Literacy and Higher Education in the 21st Century of Academic Staff of Lead City University
Dr.Shozi Nobubele
The use of Datathons as a tool for Data literacy – A South African Perspective

Room 2
Theme: AI, Robotics, Data Literacy and the Wealth of Modern Nations
Chair: Dr. Benson Oweghoro
Adetoun A. Oyelude, Dr. Olanike A. Alabi & Oluwatosin Omorinkoba
There is a “He” in Every “She”: AI, Robotics and Data Literacy in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Olatunbosun Obileye
Data Submission App
Prof. E. Olawale Ogunkola
Artificial Intelligence, Future of Work and Higher Education in Nigeria

12:20-13:00 Workshop closing ceremony and speech
Speaker: Vice Chancellor, University of Ibadan, Ibadan

Lunch and Departure 13:00-14:00
N.B. Excursion/Tour around Ibadan City on Friday 6th October 2022 from 14:30-17:00 at the delegates own cost
End of the 3rd  Day


N.B. Excursion/Tour to IITA on Friday 6th October 2022 from 12:30-15:30 at the delegates’ own cost

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