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|Curriculum reform in higher education in South Africa: how academics respond
||Muller, Johan; Ogude, Nthabiseng
|Challenges to development and indigenous knowledge management: informing university ICT pedagogical frameworks in Africa.
|Distinguishing the Field of Educational Technology.
|Research dissemination, utilization and commercialization by academic staff of a Nigerian university.
||Oduwaiye, R.O.; Owolabi, H.O.; Onasanya, S.A.
|The challenges of repackaging traditional knowledge in the context of intellectual property rights: case of Zimbabwe and Uganda.
||Chisita, Collence; Kaddu, Sarah
|Intra knowledge transfer success among information workers in higher public institutions of learning in Uganda: the role of information technology.
||Muhenda, Mary Basaasa; Lwanga, Elizabeth Kawuma
|Knowledge management strategies and performance improvement in management development institutes: empirical findings from the Ugandan and Tanzanian context.
||Muhenda, Mary Basaasa; Lwanga, Elizabeth Kawuma; Wanderage, Agatha
|Higher education, knowledge for its own sake, and an African Moral Theory.
|Knowledge-based North-South Partnerships: an effective model for promoting development in higher education?
||Nakabugo, Mary Goretti; Cremin, Peadar
|Enhancing knowledge retention in higher education: A case of the University of Zambia
||Wamundila, Sitali; Ngulube, Patrick
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