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2017
J. Kimoga, N. Justine, A. Mukhtar Omar, A. Betty, and K. Faith, “Critical Thinking Through Participatory Learning: Analysing The Nature Of Freedom Of Expression In Makerere University Lecture Theatres”, Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, vol. 4, no. 5, 2017.
J. C. Okware and W. Ngaka, “Rational and challenges of Technical Vocational Education and Training in Uganda”, in Technical Education and Vocational Training in Developing Nations, 2017.
L. Marie Ezat Azikuru, D. Onen, and B. Ezati, “STAFFING AND THE QUALITY OF TEACHING IN UNIVERSITIES”, European Journal of Education Studies, vol. 3, no. 3, 2017.
2016
D. Nampijja and P. Birevu Muyinda, “Adoption and use of mobile technologies for learning among smallholder farmer communities in Uganda”, in nteractive Mobile Communication, Technologies and Learning (IMCL), 2016 International Conference on, 2016.
M. S. K. Batiibwe, F. E. K. Bakkabulindi, and J. M. Mango, “Application of the technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge framework in a positivist study on the use of ICT in pedagogy by teachers of mathematical disciplines at Makerere University: a conceptual paper”, Makerere Journal of Higher Education, vol. 8, no. 2, 2016.
D. Onen, “Appropriate Conceptualisation: The Foundation of Any Solid Quantitative Research”, The Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods , vol. 4, no. 1, p. 28-38, 2016.
C. B. Mugimu and S. Sekiziyivu, “Authentic Instructional Materials and the Communicative Language Teaching Approach of German as Foreign Language in Uganda”, International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, vol. 14, no. 5, 2016.
N. Banadda, F. Lule, C. Sempala, and J. Kigozi, “Comparative study of two modeling approaches for predicting heavy metals contaminant migration from polyethylene bags”, Int J Agric & Biol Eng, vol. 9, no. 3, 2016.
J. L. McBrien, J. Stewart, and B. Akullu Ezati, “Contemporary Journal of African Studies - Positive youth development in war-affected children in Uganda”, Contemporary Journal of African Studies , vol. 4, no. 1, p. 29 - 56, 2016.
G. Gyaviira Musoke, K. Prisca, and M. Maurice, “THE CONTRIBUTION OF STUDENT SERVICES INTRAPRENEURIAL VENTURES TO SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ STANDARDS OF LIVING (SOL) IN KALUNGU DISTRICT (UGANDA)”, Asian Journal of Management Science and Economics , vol. 3, no. 1, 2016.
A. M. Mugagga, C. B. Mugimu, P. Mpiso Ssenkusu, and W. Scot Wafula, “Discourse on the values transmitted in universities Uganda”, Makerere Journal of Higher Education, vol. 8, no. 2, 2016.
T. N. Wandira Kaggwa, D. Onen, and J. Kimoga, “THE EFFECT OF SCHOOL GOVERNANCE AND CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT TRAINING ON THE PERFORMANCE OF HEAD TEACHERS IN MANAGING PRIMARY SCHOOLS”, European Journal of Education Studies, vol. 1, no. 3, 2016.
K. N. Tibagwa, D. Onen, and J. Oonyu, “THE EFFECT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL AND BUREAUCRATIC STYLES OF LEADERSHIP ON THE QUALITY OF TEACHER SUPPORT SUPERVISION”, European Journal of Education Studies, vol. 2, no. 9, 2016.
P. Namuli, F. E. K. Bakabulindi, and P. Birevu Muyinda, “Electronic Learning: A Review of Literature . A paper presented at the Distance Education Leapfrogging Project 2015 Workshop (DELP 2015W), 15th June, 2015, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.”. 2016.
W. Michael and P. Birevu Muyinda, “Emerging Technologies Redesigning the DistanceLearning Environment at MakerereUniversity”, in Presented at the Emerging Technologies and Authentic Learning Conference 2015 in Cape Town, 2016.
G. Mayende, P. Birevu Muyinda, and A. Prinz, “Experiences and Use of Online Learning Groups in Distance Learning Courses at Makerere University”, in Distance Education Leapfrogging Project 2016 Workshop (DELP 2016W), 02nd June, 2016, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. , 2016.
D. Thaddeus Ofoyuru, R. Lukwago, and J. Kimoga, “Extent of Institutional Autonomy in Determination of Content and Quality of University Education in Uganda”, International Research in Higher Education, vol. 1, no. 2, 2016.
L. Ddungu, “External Environment and Gendered Student Indiscipline in Public Universities in Uganda”, East African Researcher, vol. 1, 2016.
G. Mayende, P. Birevu Muyinda, G. Maurice No Isabwe, M. Walimbw, and S. Ndeda Siminyu, “FACEBOOK MEDIATED INTERACTION AND LEARNING IN DISTANCE LEARNING AT MAKERERE UNIVERSITY”, 2016.
O. David, “FACTORS INFLUENCING STUDENT CHOICE OF THE RESEARCH SUPERVISOR: A STUDY OF DOCTORAL STUDENTS”, South Africa International Conference on Education. 2016.
D. Onen, “FACTORS INFLUENCING STUDENT CHOICE OF THE RESEARCH SUPERVISOR: A STUDY OF DOCTORAL STUDENTS”, 2016.
W. Ngaka, R. Graham, M. F. Masagazi, and E. Moses Anyandru, “Generational, Cultural, and Linguistic Integration for Literacy Learning and Teaching in Uganda: Pedagogical Possibilities, Challenges, and Lessons from one NGO”, Journal of Language and Literacy Education, vol. 12, no. 1, 2016.
G. Gyaviira Musoke, “Importance of Intrapreneurial Practices Prevalent Among Secondary School Teachers in Kalungu District”, Journal of Education and Learning. , vol. 10, no. 1, p. 41-52, 2016.
I. Etomaru, M. Stella Ujeyo, A. Luhamya, and J. Kimoga, “Institutional Autonomy: Implications for Teaching and Research in Public Universities in Uganda”, International Research in Higher Education, vol. 1, no. 2, 2016.
R. Atugonza, D. Mwanje Ssenabulya, G. Boaz Hiire, R. Kanyerezi, and J. Kimoga, “Institutional Autonomy in Allocation of Income among the Various Categories of Expenditure in Higher Education: A Case of Makerere University”, International Research in Higher Education, vol. 1, no. 2, 2016.

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