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2016
A. Merab Kagoda, “Teaching of Geography in Uganda Secondary Schools: Reflections of Geography Teacher Trainees at the School of Education, Makerere University, Uganda”, Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, vol. 3, no. 5, 2016.
M. S, K. Batiibwe, and F. E. K. Bakkabulindi, “TECHNOLOGICAL PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (TPACK) AS A THEORY ON FACTORS OF THE USE OF ICT IN PEDAGOGY: A REVIEW OF LITERATURE”, South Africa International Conference on Education. 2016.
D. Sebbowa, “Towards a pedagogical framework for construction of historicity: a case of using Wikis among pre-service teachers at Makerere University”, 2016.
M. G. Nakabugo and C. Mugimu, “Tracing Universal Primary Education in Uganda since Independence”, in Achieving Education for All: Dilemmas in the systemwide reforms and learning outcomes in Africa, 2016.
D. Kabugo, P. Birevu Muyinda, M. F. Masagazi, A. M. Mugagga, and M. Bwanika Mulumba, “Tracking Students’ Eye-Movements when Reading Learning Objects on Mobile Phones: A Discourse Analysis of Luganda Language Teacher-Trainees’ Reflective Observations”, JL4D, vol. 3, no. 1, p. 51-65, 2016.
K. C and J. Sentongo, Uganda: The Teaching of Science in Secondary Education. In Vlaardingerbroek, B. and Taylor, N. (Eds.). Teacher Quality in Upper Secondary Science Education: International Perspectives. 2016.
J. B. Sessanga and B. Musisi, “University Students’ Attitude towards Teacher Training Courses in Uganda”, Nkumba Business Journal, vol. 15, no. 068, p. 203-208, 2016.
H. Mutambo Nabushawo, J. Norah Aguti, and M. Winterbo<om, “Unlocking the Potential of Public Libraries in Supporting Distance Learning”, 2016.
D. Onen, “Using Debate to Teach: A Multi-skilling Pedagogy Often Neglected by University Academic Staff”, International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, vol. 15, no. 17, p. 110-126, 2016.
R. Sanya and M. Mubangizi, “Using mobile phone data to study dynamics of rural-urban mobility”, in 2016 IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Engineering, Kochi, India, 2016.
R. N. Edopu, P. Kwesiga, R. Kyeyune, J. Ssempebwa, and J. B. Mpoza, “Why are University-Community Partnerships Failing? Evidence from the case of the Bachelor of Industrial and Fine Art Program at Makerere University”, 2016.
B. Beatrice N. Kasande, D. Onen, O. Joseph, and K. Edris S, “Written and Non-Written Communication Methods as Correlates of Employee Performance: A Study of Academic Staff of Primary Teachers' Colleges in Central Uganda”, Journal of Education and Practice, vol. 7, no. 10, p. 1-11, 2016.
2015
W. Mugizi, F. E. K. Bakkabulindi, and R. Bisaso, “Antecedents of commitment of academic staff in universities in Uganda: A conceptual paper”, 2015.
W. Mugizi, F. E. K. Bakkabulindi, and R. Bisaso, “Antecedents of commitment of academic staff in universities in Uganda: A conceptual paper. ”, in Paper read at the four-day Kabarak University 5th Annual International Conference, under the theme, “Research, innovation for sustainable development and a secure world”, held at Kabarak University main Campus, Nakuru, Kenya, July 14 to 17, 2015., 2015.
F. E. K. Bakkabulindi, A. M. Mugagga, J. M. Shopi, and J. Kabasiita, “Application of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology to the Use of ICT by Undergraduates in the School of Education, Makerere University”, African Higher Education Review, vol. 9, no. 1, 2015.
P. Birevu Muyinda, D. Ng’ambi, G. Mayende, and M. N. G. Isabwe, “Authentic Integration of mVodcasts in the Teaching of the Physics Concept of Electromagnetism in Uganda. ”, in A Paper Presented at the Emerging Technologies and Authentic Learning in Higher Vocational Education Conference 2015. 31st August – 3rd September 2015, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa., 2015.
M. F. Masagazi, “Developing a Friendly and Productive Language Learning Environment (FPLE) Using the Learner as a Resource”, Journal of Education and Training Studies, vol. 3, no. 5, 2015.
M. F. Masagazi, “Diminishing Communicative Competencies Among University Students to Use African Proverbs in their Daily Discourse: A Luganda Language Experience.”, International Journal of Education and Research, vol. 3, no. 8, p. 335-348, 2015.
D. Kabugo, M. F. Masagazi, and A. M. Mugagga, “A Discourse Analysis of Teacher-Trainees’ Abstract Conceptualizations of Emerging Technologies in Teaching to Revitalise Luganda Language”, Journal of Learning for Development-JL4D, vol. 2, no. 3, 2015.
J. D. Busingye and R. Najjuma, “DO LEARNING AND TEACHING MATERIALS INFLUENCE LEARNING OUTCOMES AMIDST HIGH ENROLMENTS? LESSONS FROM UGANDA'S UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION”, Africa Education Review,, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 109-126, 2015.
W. Michael and P. Birevu Muyinda, “Emerging Technologies Redesigning the Distance Learning Environment at Makerere University”, in A Paper Presented at the Emerging Technologies and Authentic Learning in Higher Vocational Education Conference 2015. 31st August – 3rd September 2015, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa., 2015.
M. Kiggundu Musoke and N. Itaaga, “EQUITY IMPLICATIONS OF THE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION FUNDING MECHANISMS IN UGANDA”, Review of Knowledge Economy, vol. 2, no. 2, p. 80 - 92, 2015.
J. Bbuye, S. Siminyu, J. N. Aguti, and P. Birevu Muyinda, “Essentials for a Professional Youth Workers Course: Needs Assessment Survey for a BYDW Course at Makerere University. A paper presented at the Distance Education Leapfrogging Project 2015 Workshop (DELP 2015W), 15th June, 2015, Makerere University, Kampal”. 2015.
P. Birevu Muyinda, “Evolution of and Innovations in Education Methodologies: Can we apply them in Epidemiology/Biostatistics Department? A paper presented at the Epidemiology/Biostatistics Department, School of Public Health, Makerere University Staff Retreat, 16th April 20”. 2015.
W. Mugizi, F. E. K. Bakkabulindi, and R. Bisaso, “Framework for the Study of Employee Commitment”, Makerere Journal of Higher Education, 2015.

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