Dr. Samuel Kotei Nikoi


Research Areas/Interests



    1. Ahenkorah-Marfo, M., Nikoi, S.K. (2019) Change for a Better Paradigm: Assessing the Library Services for Distance Learners in an African Institution. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning. Volume 13, 2019 - Issue 3.
    2. Nikoi, S. (2018). Research Data Management: An overview. Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries and Association of African Universities Conference on "Managing research output for national development: Trends and issues". 9 to 13 July 2018, Accra - Ghana.
    3. Nikoi, S. & Korklu A Laryea. (2017). Learning transition and the learner experience: what implications for digital literacy teaching in higher education. 2nd AfLIA International Conference& 4th Africa Library Summit Yaounde, Cameroon. 2017.
    4. Edirisingha, P., and Nikoi, S. (2010). Mobile learning in the workplace: Teaching Assistants’ experience with PDAs in classrooms, in R. Güttler and O. Peters (eds). Grundlagen der Weiterbildung - Praxishilfen (GdW Ph), Köln: Luchterhand (Wolterskluwer Deutschland GmbH).
    5. Nikoi, S. and Armellini, A. (2012) “The OER mix in higher education: purpose, process, product, and policy”. Distance Education. 33(2), pp. 165-184. 0158-7919.
    6. Nikoi, S. (2012) A bibliography of British and Irish History. Cambrian Law Review. Vol. 43. 105.
    7. Nikoi, S. (2011). A bibliography on Devolution and the New Legislative Bodies in the UK 2010 -2011. Cambrian Law Review. Vol. 42. 178-183.
    8. Nikoi, S., Rowlett, T., Armellini, A. & Witthaus, G. (2011). “CORRE: A framework for evaluating and transforming teaching materials into Open Educational Resources”. Open Learning, 26(3), 191-207.
    9. Nikoi, S. (2010) A bibliography of British and Irish History. Cambrian Law Review. Vol. 41. 96 -102.
    10. Hawkridge, D., Armellini, A., Nikoi, S., Rowlett, T. & Witthaus, G. (2010). “Curriculum, intellectual property rights and open educational resources in British universities-and beyond”. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 22(3), 162-176.
    11. Nikoi, S. “Information Needs of NGOs: A case study of NGO development workers in the northern region of Ghana”. Information Development vol. 24 No. 1 February 2008.
    12. Feather, J., and Nikoi, S. (2001). “Large print books in Public Libraries: what users think”. CILIP Library and Information Update. January/February 2007. Vol. 6. 1-2.
    13. Nikoi, (2016). Copyright or Copyleft: what implications for ethical use of information? 2nd. Consortum of Academic and Research Libraries in Ghana International conference. CSIR-INSTI, Accra, Ghana. 26-30 September 2016.
    14. Samuel Nikoi (2014). “Information literacy and learning transition: what can we learn from first year undergraduates?” Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC) – Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professional. Sheffield 23-25 April 2014. Found at: http://www.lilacconference.com/WP/programme/abstracts-thursday/#nikoi
    15. Samuel Nikoi (2013) “Open Educational Practice: What's in it for us?” Gregynog Colloquium, Welsh Higher Education Libraries Forum. Newton, Wales. 11 - 14 June. 2013. http://ww2.glyndwr.ac.uk/gregynog2013/index.asp?page=programme

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