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Managing and Transforming an African University. John Pancras Mukasa Ssebuwufu. CODESRIA, Dakar, 2017, 808p., ISBN : 978-2-86978-716-2 Makerere is one of the oldest and most enduring African educational institutions. Initially established in 1922 as a technical school by the Department of Education under the British Protectorate...

Juma, Calestous; Agwara, Hezekiah (2006). Africa in the global knowledge economy: strategic options, International Journal of Technology and Globalisation 2(3/4): 218-231 Document Title: Africa in the global knowledge economy: strategic options Journal: International Journal of Technology and Globalisation Volume: 2 Issue: 3/4 No. of Pages: 218-231 Document Type: Journal Article (Peer Reviewed) Subject Area: Contributory Studies and...

Title of Paper: Knowledge and Change in African Universities Publisher: Sense Date: 2017 Document Type: Book (Peer Reviewed) Subject Area: Contributory Studies and Research Approaches Country: African Continent Keywords: Knowledge, Knowledge economy, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Society Cross, M; Ndofirepi, (eds) Knowledge and Change in African Universities, AFRICAN HIGHER EDUCATION: DEVELOPMENTS AND PERSPECTIVES, Volume 1 Abstract: This book series focuses on the...

An international joint university, frequently referred to as a binational university, is often confused with an international branch campus. A joint university is an independent higher education institution founded through collaboration between foreign higher education institutions and host country institutions or government. A good example is...

Authors: Charlina Gozali, Elizabeth Claassen Thrush, Michelle Soto-Peña, Christine Whang, Thomas F. Luschei Abstract Despite public commitments internationally and nationally to include the voices of all stakeholders, the voices of teachers have continued to be marginalized in the literature and in policy-making related to global educational development....