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Walimbwa, M., Nampijja, D., Sikoyo, L.N., Ezati, B., Ayikoru, A. J., Okot, D (2022). Resilience of Students with Visual Impairment to learn before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: Experiences from Kyambogo and Makerere Universities. Second East African Teacher Education Symposium, November, 9-11, Kampala, Uganda.
Pallitt, N., Barlow-Zambodla, A., Grossman, H., Liu, J. C., Sikoyo, L.N, Tshuma, N., Kramm, N. (2022). Flexibility of online/remote learning as a ‘double-edged sword’ : sharing reflections across cultural settings, Association for Educational Communications and Technology Convention (AECT), October 23-25, 2022, Las Vegas & Virtual, Nevada, USA.
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Policy and Practitioner Briefs
Sikoyo, L.N, Ezati, B., Nampijja, D., Walimbwa, M., Ayikoru, J.A, Luyima R., Onyait, G (2022). Strengthening Capacities for Teaching and Learning of Students with Visual Impairment in Uganda’s Public Universities: A Policy Brief .