Asogwa Caroline Ngozi, a Chief Systems Programmer who works in Nnamdi Azikiwe Library, University of Nigeria Nsukka is equally attached to Computer Science Department as a Ph.D Student. She obtained her first degree in Computer Science and Statistics (with Second Class Honors, Upper Division) in 1998; a Master’s degree in 2008 and Ph.D in view. She has two (5) publications to her credit.
Areas of Interest/Summary of Expertise
Main research interest is Software Development with major research focus on Information Personalisation using Artificial Neural Networks in Digital Libraries.
Current research interests are Information Personalization, Information Filtering and Information Retrieval, User Modelling techniques and Artificial Neural Networks
Other scholarly activities
• Membership in Professional Organizations
1. Member, Computer Professionals Association of Nigeria (CPN)
2. Member, Computer Society of Nigeria (NCS)
Current research and publications
A. Chapters in Books
1. Alice M. Okore, Caroline N. Asogwa and Helen Eke (2009) Online Resources and Web Research, The Use of the Library and Study Skills ed. by Omekwu, Charles O., Okoye M. O. and Ezeani, C .N. pp105-117
B. Journal Publications
2. Inyiama, H and Asogwa Caroline Ngozi (2011): Evolution of Digital Libraries in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects. The IUP Journal of Information Technology. Vol.VII (4) Pp 18 – 30.
3. Modesta. E. Ezema; Chidera C. Ezema and Caroline Ngozi Asogwa (2015). An Assessment of Computer Based Transactions in Nigeria. International Journal of Computer Science Issues . Vol 12 , Issue 5. Paper no IJCSI-2015-12-5- 10812.
4. Chikodili H. Ugwuishiwu1, Mathew C. Okoronkwo and Caroline N. Asogwa (2017).Performance evaluation of law enforcement agency on crime information management using queuing network model. International Journal of Physical Sciences, February
C. Unpublished Thesis
1. Caroline Ngozi Asogwa (2008). Virtual Library Development. Unpublished M. Sc. Thesis Submitted to the Dept of Computer Science, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
Paper Presented at International Conference
1. Caroline Ngozi Asogwa and Chikodili Ugwuishiwu (2016). Building Institutional Repository in Academic Digital Libraries: Requirements and Implementation Issues. Paper presented at South Africa International Conference on Educational Technologies (SAICET) 24th – 26th April 2016