December 2018

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  On 14th Dec 2018, the VC represented by the DVC AA, Dr. Umar Kakumba, led the Partnership for Enhanced and Blended Learning (PEBL) Project Team to the Uganda National Council for Higher Education (UNCHE) to present a Quality Assurance Rubric for Blended/Online Learning. The aim of the visit was to present the Rubric to...
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On 10th – 12th December 2018, the College of Education and External Studies participated in the Ministry of Education and Sports Teacher’s Symposium exhibition that was held at Kyambogo University in Uganda.   The Symposium was almost a collection of all institutions in Uganda that train teachers. The teacher’s Symposium was officially opened by the State...
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  On 7th December 2018, Dr. David Kabugo (PhD), Ag Cordinator Centre for Teaching and Learning Support, Makerere University presented a paper titled " Is our Privacy "Dead"? The Case for Minding Educator's Digital Footprints" In New Delhi, India, while participating in the Trainer of Trainers (TOT) workshop on the Common Wealth of Learning Digital...
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On 5th December 2018, the Deputy Principal College Of Education and External Studies, Associete Professor Paul Birevu Muyinda was in Berlin attending Online Education Berlin Conference in German. One of his objectives of attending this global online learning conference is to compare our practice in online learning at Makerere University with that from universities in...
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Makerere University College of Education and External Studies has learnt that Makerere University Appointment Board at its 587th Meeting held on 12th November 2018 took a decision to promote Dr. Ronald Bisaso from Senior Lecturer to a higher academic rank of an Associate Professor. The College Community is well aware of what it takes in...
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  Makerere University Vice Chancellor Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe has appointed Associate Professor Mulumba Bwanika Mathias as a Coordinator Study-in- Japan Project.  The project is aimed at strengthening collaborations/partnerships between Universities in Uganda and those in Japan; promoting "Study-in-Japan" by providing relevant and appropriate information to eligible population in Uganda; and promoting "Study-in-Uganda" by providing relevant...
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