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Makerere Journal of Higher Education (MAJOHE) is the official publication of the East African School of Higher Education Studies and Development (Makerere University). The goal of the Journal is to provide a visible outlet for definitive articles that discuss the theory, practice and policies relating to the role, development, management and improvement of higher education from an international viewpoint. Therefore, the editor invites contributions that link relevant theory and research evidence to the policy and practice of higher education. Though a highly diverse range of contributions will be considered, the Journal gives special preference to conceptual and empirical writing that is relevant to the understanding, promotion and constructive criticism of the reform agenda in African higher education institutions and national systems and integrates pertinent international developments, debates and challenges. This is because the Journal’s management board acknowledges that the questions, issues, theories and policies pertaining to the development of contemporary higher education institutions and systems require in-depth study and comparison at an international level. Preference is also given to contributions that discuss new initiatives at regional and continental levels (including the work of national and multilateral higher education organisations and associations). The Journal’s editorial policy prefers submissions that synthesise the significance of different higher education policy alternatives and geographical experiences in explaining the phenomenon at hand. On top of rigorous examination of the ‘local dimension’ of the issues that they expound, therefore, contributions mirror conversance with relevant international perspectives and experiences, thereby situating the debate in a broad discourse that facilitates holistic understanding of the issues at hand.


Vol 11, No 2 (2019): Makerere Journal of Higher Education

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Editorial EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jude Ssempebwa vii
Preparedness for and Commitment to Pre-service ‘Teaching Practice’ in Kwara State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lawal Abdulyaqin Abubakar, Omosidi Abdulrahman Sayuti, Murtala Abdulyaqin Tukur, Ogbudinkpa Charity Ijeoma 95-104
Selected Stakeholders’ Perception of the Contribution of Vocational Education to Botswana’s Economy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Samuel Oshima Mmolai, Ushe Makambe 105-118
Philosophical Identities in the ‘Market’ for University Education in Uganda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Denis Sekiwu, Anthony Mugagga Muwagga, Nicholas Itaaga 119-137
Utilization of E-Learning Resources among Tertiary Students in Ogun State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Adeola Kiadese Lukmon 139-147
Teachers’ Perception of the usefulness of ICT in Colleges of Education in Osun State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Faremi Margaret Funke, Abanikannda Mutahir Oluwafemi 149-159
Perception of Ecotourism among Undergraduate Students of Agricultural Science in Tai Solarin University of Education and Olabisi Onabanjo University EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I O Ewebiyi, A A Akinsulu, A Aderinto 161-170
Justifications for Undertaking Marketing Orientation Studies in Higher Learning Institutions in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Francis Muya, Hawa Tundui 171-188


ISSN: 2707-6113
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