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PHILIPS AYENI

GRANTS AND AWARDS

Awards and Scholarships First-Place award winner, 2022 ALISE/Jean Tague-Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Research Poster Competition held in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. ($200 USD and complimentary 2023 Doctoral Students to ALISE grant) October 26, 2022. Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC) doctoral scholarship 2022-2023 ($28,000 CAD) June 2, 2022. Association for Information Science & …

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PHILIPS AYENI - Professional experience

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Professional Experiences Fidelis Oditah & Co, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria Assistant Law Librarian (May 2016 – August 2018) Sunshine International High School, Ibadan Oyo State, Nigeria School Librarian (February 2014 – September 2014) Service Experiences Peer- Reviewer, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) (August 2022 – Present) Co-Chair, 2023 Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS/ACSI) …

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Teaching - Philips Ayeni

TEACHING

School of Information Studies, McGill University 1. Course Lecturer, GLIS 690 – Information Policy (September – December 2021) Redeveloped contents of a master’s course with a global and Canadian-specific focus on policies. The topics covered in this course include: Intellectual Property, Copyrights, Access to Information in Canada and abroad, Mis-Information and Disinformation, Net neutrality, Digital …

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PHILIPS AYENI - Publications

PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles (Peer-reviewed) Ghenai., A., Ayeni, P., Yu, J., Cohen, R., & Moffatt, K. (2023). Guidelines for designing social networking sites for older adults; a systematic review with thematic synthesis. ACM Transactions in Accessible Computing 16(3), 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1145/3615662 Ayeni, P., Agbaje, B. O., & Tippler, M. (2021). A systematic review of library services provision in response …

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PHILIPS AYENI - Research positions

RESEARCH POSITIONS

School of Information Studies, University of Ottawa, Canada Postdoctoral Fellow, Knowledge Synthesis Grant (November 2023 – Present) Working on a SSHRC-funded knowledge synthesis research project, led by Prof. Lynne Bowker. This project seeks to synthesize knowledge on linguistic privilege and marginalization in scholarly commination, with the aim of understanding the role of new technologies for …

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