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Exploring the rate of e-commerce adoption among SMEs in the UK.
This paper presents the findings of a study of Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the East Midlands Region in the UK. A collective case study of five SMEs was carried out to verify the reasons why there is slow ...
The role of knowledge management in health libraries in Uganda: a case study of Albert Cook Library, Makerere University
(Standing Conference of Eastern, Central and Southern Africa Library and Information Associations (SCECSAL), 2006-07)
The development of knowledge management in recent years has become a key concern for libraries. Although Knowledge Management is an old concept, we need to recognize the fact that it has been with us but not in its infancy ...
Strengthening the foundations - sharing expertise in East Africa
(Association of Commonwealth Universities, 2008-04-28)
Raising the profile of librarians requires a strong professional identity at all levels. Here, members of the Information Science Foundation for Eastern Africa discuss why a new association was needed, and how it is helping ...
Institutional change in the Ugandan Library sector: the establishment of the National Library of Uganda
(Sage Publications, 2007)
This article is part of a larger research project focusing on institutional change in the Ugandan library sector from the 1960s up until today, with special focus on the development of the National Library of Uganda. The ...
The challenges of advocating for open access through institutional repository building: Experiences from Makerere University, Uganda
This paper was perceived as a result of the slow response in populating an institutional repository at Makerere University, launched in 2006 under the umbrella name “Uganda Scholarly Digital Library (USDL)”. Having heard ...