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|Out of Africa: a typology for analysing open educational resources initiatives
||Bateman, Peter; Lane, Andy; Moon, Bob
|Pedagogical implications of students' misconceptions about deductive geometric proof
||Ndlovu, Mdutshekelwa; Mji, Andile
|Peer to peer support: the disappearing work in the doctoral student experience
||Rosemerry, Devenish; Sylvia, Dyer; Therese, Jefferson; Linley,Lord; Sue van,Leeuwen; Victor, Fazakerley
|Perceived characteristics as correlates of ICT adoption in Makerere University.
||Bakkabulindi, Fred E. K.; Nkata, James L.; Amin, Martin E.
|Percieved ICT facilitation, employee competences and performance of MFIs in Uganda
||Moya, Musa; Wanda, Robert; Akodo, Robinah
|Performance Contracting as a Paradigm Shift in the Utilization of Teaching & Learning Resources. Perceptions of Tutors from selected Technical Institutes in Kenya.
|Predicators of self-employment efforts among unemployed Nigerian graduates.
||Kolawole, C.O.O.; Arikpo, P.A.
|Private higher education in Uganda: the case of its distribution, contribution to access and costs.
||Nkata, James L.
|Private universities in Uganda: growth and role(s) in the provision of higher education.