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2015
W. Ngaka and M. F. Masagazi, “Participatory Literacy Learning in an African Context: Perspectives from the Ombaderuku Primary School in the Arua District, Uganda”, Journal of Language and Literacy Education, vol. 11, no. 1, p. 88-108, 2015.
P. Birevu Muyinda, “Pedagogy. A Paper presented at a staff retooling workshop on the implementation of an online MSc. in Agriculture Information & Communication Management Programme, CoCIS, 23rd Feb 2015, Kampala, Uganda.”. 2015.
G. Maurice N. Isabwe, G. Mayende, A. Prinz, and P. Birevu Muyinda, “Peer Assessment Based Assignment to Enhance Interactions in Online Learning Groups”, in Paper presented at the International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL), 20-24 September 2015, Florence, Italy. , 2015.
F. E. K. Bakkabulindi, “Positivism: Distinguishing characteristics, criteria for choice, and methodology”, in In C. I. O. Okeke,& M. M. van Wyk (Eds.), Educational research: An African approach, Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford University Press, 2015, p. 19 - 38.
A. Merab Kagoda and J. Sentongo, “Practicing Teachers' Perceptions of Teacher Trainees: Implications for Teacher Education”, Universal Journal of Educational Research, vol. 3, no. 2, 2015.
A. Merab Kagoda and J. Sentongo, “Practicing Teachers' Perceptions of Teacher Trainees: Implications for Teacher Education”, Universal Journal of Educational Research, vol. 3, 2015.
M. B. Mulumba, “Reflections on the Attempted Annihilation of African Indigenous Languages: A Case of Uganda’s Education Reform”, International Journal of Education and Research, vol. 3, no. 1, 2015.
J. Kimoga, et al., “Refugees and Higher Education Accessibility: Issues of Policy and Law ”, British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, vol. 10, no. 3, p. 1-16, 2015.
F. E. K. Bakkabulindi, “Relevance of university education in Uganda. ”, in In S. Oni (Ed.), Making education work in Africa. Indianapolis, US: Dog Ear., 2015.
P. Birevu Muyinda, G. Mayende, and J. Kizito, “Requirements for a Seamless Collaborative and Cooperative MLearning System”, 2015.
J. Kimoga, P. Mugisa, B. Bbaale, A. Kabaliisa, B. Ochandi, and M. Okurut, “Retention and Gender Equity: Female Experiences on Graduate Evening Programmes”, British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, vol. 10, no. 3, p. 1-13, 2015.
F. Ndibuuza and F. E. K. Bakkabulindi, “Scholars of the dotcom era? The use of ICT by undergraduate students in Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda”, in In D. Nwaozuzu, & S. Mnisi (Eds.), South Africa International Conference on Educational Technologies, 19 – 21 April 2015 on the theme, “educational technologies in the 21st Century” (pp. 77 – 86). Pretoria, South Africa: African Academic Research Forum., 2015.
F. E. K. Bakkabulindi and F. Ndibuuza, “Scholars of the Dotcom Era? The Use of ICT by UndergraduateStudents inUganda Martyrs University, Uganda”. 2015.
B. P. Muyinda, M. Geofrey, and J. Kizito, “Seamless Collaborative and Cooperative mLearning System”, in A paper presented at the Mak-Sida International Research & Innovation Dissemination Conference, April 20 – 21, 2015, 2015.
A. Nalugwa, F. Nuwaha, E. Muheki Tukahebwa, and A. Olsen, “Single Versus Double Dose Praziquantel Comparison on Efficacy and Schistosoma mansoni Re-Infection in Preschool-Age Children in Uganda: A Randomized Controlled Trial”, journals.plos.org, 2015.
M. B. Kakeeto, “Stakeholders’ perspectives on the secondary school history curriculum towards national integration in Uganda.”, 2015.
P. Neema-Abooki and I. Bisirikirwa, “Supervision of Research at Makerere University: Perspective at the College of of College of Education and External Studies”, in Cases on Leadership in Adult Education, 2015.
P. Neema-Abooki, “Supervision of Research at Makerere University: Perspective at the College of Education and External Studies”, in Cases on Leadership in Adult Education, 263.IGI Global, 2015.
W. Michael, “Supporting Student Engagement in E-learning in a Resource-Constrained Institution”, in International Handbook of E-Learning , vol. 2, 2015.
T. N. Wandira Kaggwa, D. Onen, and J. Kimoga, “Teacher Development and Management System (TDMS) Training Programme and the Performance of Head Teachers in the Management of Public Primary Schools in the Greater Masaka Region of Uganda”, International Journal of Education and Research , vol. 3, no. 12, 2015.
Å. B. Sven, A. Lazareva, G. Mayende, D. Nampijja, and G. Maurice N. Isabwe, Together we can.Team and online collaborative work. 2015.
D. Kabugo, P. Birevu Muyinda, M. F. Masagazi, A. Muwagga Mugagga, and M. Bwanika Mulumba, “TRACKING STUDENTS’ EYE MOVEMENTS WHEN READING EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION ON MOBILE PHONES: A CASE OF A LUGANDA LITERARY TEXT”, in South Africa International Conference on Education 2015, 2015.
D. Kabugo, P. Birevu Muyinda, M. F. Masagazi, A. M. Mugagga, and M. Bwanika Mathias, “Tracking Students’ Eye Movements When Reading Educational Information on Mobile Phones: A Case of A Luganda Literary Text. In M. Dichaba, & D. Nwaozuzu (Ed.)”, in South Africa International Conference on Education 2015 (pp. 37-51). Pretoria, South Africa: African Academic Research Forum, 2015.
P. Akampa Neema-Abooki and N. Rukia Neema-Abooki, “USABILITY OF COMPUTERS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING AT TERTIARY-LEVEL INSTITUTIONS IN UGANDA”, African Journal of Teacher Education, vol. 4, no. 1, 2015.
2014
L. T. Jude, M. Annet Kajura, and P. Birevu Muyinda, “Adoption of the SAMR Model to Asses ICT Pedagogical Adoption: A Case of Makerere University”, International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning, vol. 4, no. 2, 2014.

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