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Implicit Beliefs about English Language Competencies in the Context of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: A Comparison of University Students and Lecturers in Namibia
(Sciedu Press, 2013)
In many African countries, English is the medium of instruction in higher education even though students may not always be entirely familiar with “standard” English. This study aimed at investigating the relevance of ...
Education for Sustainable Development: Implications for University Managers, Government and the Private Sector in Uganda
(Uganda Martyrs University, 2009)
Taking the case of Makerere University, this study delved into the rationale underlying university participation in development planning and steps that universities could take to enhance their partnership with government ...
Research as a Cornerstone of Quality Assurance in University Education with specific Reference to Uganda Martyrs University
(African Journals Online, 2012)
This paper discusses the nexus between research and quality assurance in contemporary higher education, with specific reference to Uganda Martyrs University. Starting with discussion of the concept of research—touching ...
Towards a Five-Step Institutional Income Diversification Strategy for Institutions of Higher Education
(African Journals Online, 2010)
This paper discusses the strategic perspectives of financial management which are highlighted in a five-step Institutional Income Diversification Model for Institutions of Higher Education. It focuses on the need for ...