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      The challenges of advocating for open access through institutional repository building: Experiences from Makerere University, Uganda [1]
      Commissioning of the Makerere University main library new library extension: activities@MakLib [1]
      Connecting to a cloud-hosted DSpace instance (Version 1.8.2) and testing the enhancements in DSpace 3.0 demo [1]
      Evading the endgame in an insurgency undertaking: The case of the Lord’s Resistance Army and beyond [1]
      Evaluating Makerere University Library's institutional repository using the balanced scorecard [1]
      Exploring the rate of e-commerce adoption among SMEs in the UK. [1]
      Guidelines for uploading theses, dissertations and project reports in the postgraduate repository (Mak IR) [1]
      The hidden forces that positively shape library consortia: addressing the gap between developed and developing countries [1]
      Information behaviour of Makerere University Masters and Doctoral students with specific reference to the use of information technology (IT) [1]
      Information dissemination is not enough: Preparing librarians for effective climate change effects mitigation in Uganda [1]
      Information literacy at Makerere University [1]
      Institutional change in the Ugandan Library sector: the establishment of the National Library of Uganda [1]
      Nelson Mandela the Legend: Lessons to the Youth [1]
      Organisational readiness for implementation of an Integrated Library System in Uganda: An assessment of Makerere University Library [1]
      The quest for academic status: a critical review of the criteria for appointment and promotion of Librarians at Makerere University, Uganda. [1]
      Risk factors for hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke in Sub-Saharan Africa [1]
      The role of knowledge management in health libraries in Uganda: a case study of Albert Cook Library, Makerere University [1]
      Strengthening the foundations - sharing expertise in East Africa [1]
      taxes [1]
      Ungoverned spaces and armed civil conflicts: The predicament of developing nations [1]