Prof. Jude T. Lubega

Position: Deputy Vice Chancellor

judelubuga@nkumbauniversity.ac.ug |

Jude Lubega is a Professor of Information Technology who has vast experience in ICT4D. He is currently the Deputy Vice Chancellor of Nkumba University. He previously served in Makerere University from 2007 t0 2012 as the Deputy Dean and the Head of the Information Technology Department in the College of Computing and Information Sciences. He also served as the deputy Vice chancellor for Uganda Technology and Management University – UTAMU from 2013 to 2019. He has been the Chief Executive Officer for 8Tech Consults one of the leading ICT consulting companies in Uganda. He was listed among the 100 Movers and Shakers in Corporate Online Learning for 2018 in Africa. He also serves as the Rotary Club of Namasuba President 2019 – 2020.

He is an experienced ICT4D consultant and has undertaken numerous researches and projects both nationally and internationally. He is a member of several boards and has won several research funding to undertake ICT4D projects. He is formerly a researcher and Lecturer in the School of Systems Engineering at the University of Reading, UK. He has been involved in developing several information systems including election monitoring using mobile devices.

His research interests include Tracking and Assessment in e-learning, Content Authoring, Multimedia, Multi-Agent Systems, Data Science, Knowledge Representation, ICT for Development (E-Governance, E-Health, E-Agriculture), Mobile Computing, ICT Strategic Planning and Management, Web-based Systems and Mobile Learning. He has published widely in journal, books and conference proceedings.

  • ICT for Development ICT4D
  • ICT for Agriculture ICT4AG
  • E-learning for teaching and Learning
  • ICT Policy design and development

Books and Paper Publications:

  • Books
  1. Basheka, B.C. Lubega, J.T & Kibukamusoke, M (2017). Management and Organizational Efficiency: Exploring Current Trends and Practices, Kampala, Uganda, ISBN: 978-9970-9707-0-4.
  • Journal Papers 
  1.  Agaba, J.E., Nakakawa, A and Lubega, J.T. (2019). Decomposition, Adaptation and Assembly of Reusable Learning Objects with Multi-Format Assets for Higher Education Instructional Design. The International Journal of E-Learning and Educational Technologies in the Digital Media (IJEETDM), ISSN: 2410-0439, Volume 5 (2): 64-72.Link
  2. Mirembe, D.P., Lubega, J.T and Kibukamusoke, M (2019). Leveraging Social Media in Higher Education: A Case of Universities in Uganda. European Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning – Vol. 22 (1) 70 -84, ISSN 1027-5207. Link
  3. Agaba, J.E. and Lubega, J.T. (2018). Reusable Learning Object Metadata Adaptation for Higher Education Instructional Design. The International Journal of E-Learning and Educational Technologies in the Digital Media (IJEETDM) ISSN: 2410-0439, Volume 4 (3): 66-74. Link
  4. Ahabyoona, F., & Lubega, J. T. (2018). Enhancing Credit Facilitation Processes for Agricultural Cooperatives in Uganda: Decisions That Matter. International Journal of Technology and Management (IJOTM), 3(1), 13-23. Link
  5. Kibukamusoke, M., Omvia, D., Mirembe, D., & Lubega, J. (2018). Economic empowerment for women through accountability and transparency activities. International Journal of Technology and Management, 3(2), 10. Retrieved from:https://ijotm.utamu.ac.ug/index.php/ijotm/article/view/111
  6. Basheka, B. C. Byamugisha, A and Lubega, J. T. (2017) Towards a Model for Assessing Performance of Public Sector Organisations (PSOs) in Uganda – A Rapid Assessment. Administratio Publica Vol 25 No 2 June 2017.pp. 139 – 161. ISSN 1015-4833 Link
  7. Basheka, B.C. Lubega, J.T & Baguma, R (2016) Blended-Learning Approaches and the Teaching of Monitoring and Evaluation Programs in African Universities: Unmasking The UTAMU Approach. African Journal of Public Affairs, Volume 9 number 4.
  8. Agaba, J. E. and Lubega, J. T. (2015). Adaptation of Learning Objects with Multi-format Assets, International Journal of Information and Education
    Technology, (IJIET), Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 76 – 79. ISSN 2010-3689
  9. Namisango F. and Lubega, T. J. (2014). A Theoretical Framework for Improving Information Management in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: The Case of Uganda, International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning (IJEEEE), Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 95 – 101 – Link
  10. Lubega J., Mugisha A. K. and Muyinda P. B. (2014). Adoption of the SAMR Model to Asses ICT Pedagogical Adoption: A Case of Makerere University, International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning (IJEEEE), Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 106 – 115 – Link
  11. Agaba, J. E and Lubega, J. T. (2014). On Addressing Design Issues that Hinder Reusability of Learning Objects in Instruction Design, International Journal of Information and Education Technology, (IJIET), Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 25 – 28 – Link
  12. Ayoo, P. O and Lubega, J. T. (2014). A Framework for e-Learning Resources Sharing (FeLRS), International Journal of Information and Education Technology, (IJIET), Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 112 – 119 – Link
  13. Nath, R., Chen, L., Muyingi, H.N. and Lubega, J. T. (2013). Internet Addiction in Africa: A Study of Namibia and Ugandan College Students. International Journal of Computing and ICT Research (IJCIR), ISSN 1996-1065, 7 Issue 2, pp 9-22 – Link
  14. Suhail, N. A., Lubega, J., and Maiga, G. (2013). Identification and Performance Analysis of Multimedia to Enhance Blended Learning Experience in Constrained Bandwidth Environment, Journal of Multimedia Technology (MT), ISSN: 2327-1086, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 25 – 32 – Link
  15. Omoda-Onyait, G., Lubega, J. T. and Maiga, G. (2013). Requirements Framework for Personalized Real-Time Feedback in Interactive Agent-Based E-Learning Systems. In Cheung, S. K., Fong, J., Fong, W., Fu, L. W., and Kwok, L. F.: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-642-39749-3 (Print) 978-3-642-39750-9 (Online), Vol.8038, pp. 290-300 – Link
  16. Suhail, N. A., Lubega, J., and Maiga, G. (2012). Multimedia to Enhance Blended Learning Experience in Constrained Low Bandwidth Environment. In Cheung, S. K. S., Fong, J., Kwok, L., Li, K., and Kwan, R.: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-642-32017-0,Vol.7411, pp. 317-328 – Link
  17. Omoda-Onyait, G., Lubega, J. T., Maiga, G. and Angole, R. O. (2012). Towards an Interactive Agent-Based Approach to Real-Time Feedback in (IAARF) E-Learning System. In Cheung, S. K. S., Fong, J., Kwok, L., Li, K., and Kwan, R.: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-642-32017-0, Vol.7411, pp. 362-372 – Link
  18. Omona, W., Lubega, J. T. And van der Weide, T. (2012). Enhancing Knowledge Management Using ICT in Higher Education: An Empirical Assessment, Journal of Knowledge Management Practice, ISSN 1705-, 13, No. 3 – Link
  19. Munguatosha, G. M., Muyinda, P. B. and Lubega, J. T. (2011): A social networked learning adoption model for higher education institutions in developing countries, On the Horizon: Emerald Journal, ISSN: 1074-8121, 19, No. 4, pp. 307-320 – Link
  20. Muyinda, B. P., Lubega, J., Lynch, K. Weide, T. (2011). A Framework for Instantiating Pedagogic mLearning Applications. In C. Antonio and P. Pekka (Eds.): ICTAC-Theoretical Aspects of Computing. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Vol. 6916, ISBN 978-3-642-23282-4, pp. 194-217 – Link
  21. Suhail, N. A. and Lubega, J. T. (2011). Optimization Technique for Implementation of Blended Learning in Constrained Low Bandwidth Environment. In Tatnall, A; Kereteletswe, O. C and Visscher, A.: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer- Boston, ISBN: 978-3-642-19714-7, pp. 166-173 – Link
  22. Onyait, G. and Lubega, J. (2011). E-Learning Readiness Assessment Model: A Case Study of Higher Education Institutions of Learning in Uganda. In Kwan, R.; Fong, J.; Kwok, l. and Lam, J.: Hybrid Learning. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-642-22762-2, Vol. 6933, pp. 200-211 – Link
  23. Suhail, N. A.; Lubega, J. and Maiga, G. (2011). Optimization Based Multi-media Performance to Enhance Blended Learning Experience in Constrained Low Bandwidth Environment. In Kwan, R.; Fong, J.; Kwok, l. and Lam, J.: Hybrid Learning. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-642-22762-2, Vol. 6933, pp. 188-199 – Link
  24. Omona, W., van der Weide, T. and Lubega, J T. (2010). Using ICT to enhance Knowledge Management in higher education: A conceptual framework and research agenda   International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), Vol. 6, Issue 4, pp.83-101 – Link
  25. Muyinda, P.B., Lubega, J.T. and Lynch, K. (2010). Unleashing mobile phones for research supervision support at Makerere University, Uganda: the lessons learned, Journal of Innovation and Learning, ISSN: 1471-8197, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp.14–34 – Link
  26. Lubega, J.T and Williams, S. (2009). Integrating Constructive Feedback in Personalised E-learning. In Wang, F.L.; Fong, J.; Zhang, L.; Lee, V.K.S. (Eds.): Theoretical Computer Science and General Issues. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-642-03696-5, Vol. 5685, pp. 218-229 – Link
  27. Baguma, R., Stone, R., Lubega, J.T. and Van der Weide, T.P. (2009). Integrating Accessibility and Functional Requirements. In Jacko, J.A.; Stephanidis, C.; Harris, D.; Schmorrow, D.D.; Grootjen, M.; Karsh, B.-T.; Shumaker, R.; Zaphiris, P.; Ozok, A.A.; Duffy, V.G.; Kurosu, M.; Smith, M.J.; Salvendy, G.; Aykin, N.; Estabrooke, I.V. (Eds.) HCI International Series, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-642-02944-8, Vol. 5610-56 – Link
  28. Ayoo, P. O and Lubega, J. (2009). A Requirement Analysis Framework for Human Activity Systems (HAS): The Case of Online Learning. International Journal of Computing and ICT Research (IJCIR), ISSN 1996-1065, Special Issue, 3 (1): 12-25 – Link
  29. Muyinda, B. P., Lubega, J., Lynch, K. (2009). A Model for Scaffolding Traditional Distance Learners in Africa for Constructivist Online learning. MAJOHE, Vol. 2, 155-176.
  30. Baguma, R., Stone, R. G., Lubega, J. T. and van der Weide T. P. (2009). A framework for filtering web accessibility guidelines. W4A, ACM, Spain Madrid, 46-49, ISBN 978-1-60558-561-1 – Link
  31. Baguma, R. and Lubega, J. T. (2008). Web Design Requirements for Improved Accessibility for the Blind. In Fong, J., Kwan, R and Wang, F L. (Eds.): Hybrid Learning and Education. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-540-85169-1, Vol. 5169, pp. 392-403 – Link
  32. Muyinda, B. P., Lubega, J., Lynch, K. (2008). The Mobile Research Supervision Initiative (MRSI) at Makerere University. International Journal of Computing and ICT Research (IJCIR), ISSN 1996-1065, Special Issue, 1 (1): 48-59 – Link
  33. Baguma, R. and Lubega, J. T. (2008). A web design framework for improved accessibility for people with disabilities (WDFAD). W4A, ACM, New York, NY, 134-140, ISBN: 978-1-60558-153-8 – Link
  34. Lubega, J and Williams, S (2006). A Study of Factors Contributing to Late Submission Of course Work, European Journal of Open, Distance and E-learning (EURODEL), ISSN: 1027-5207, 2006/1 – Link
  35. Lubega, J.T, Sun, L. and Williams, S. (2005). A Design for Generating Personalised Feedback in Knowledge Construction. In Lau, R. W. H., Li, Q., Cheung, R. and Liu, W. (Eds.): Advances in Web-based Learning. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 978-3-540-27895-5, Vol. 3583, pp. 302-310 – Link
  36. Sun, L., Lubega, J. and William, S. (2004). Design for a Learner-Oriented Tracking. In Liu, W., Shi, Y. and Li, Q. (Eds.): Advances in Web-based Learning. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN: 3-540-22542-0, 3143, pp. 155-162 – Link
  37. Adams, A., Lubega, J., Walmsley, S and Shirley Williams, (2004). The Effectiveness of Assessment Learning Objects Produced Using Pair Programming. Electronic Journal of e-Learning (EJEL), ISSN: 1479-4403, pp. 247-256 – Link
  • Book Chapters
  1. Tweheyo, R. Lubega, J.T. and Baguma, R. (2018). A mobile artefact for collecting and availing indigenous knowledge to farmers for food security enhancement. 6th International Conference on M4D Mobile Communication Technology for Development, pp. 87-99, ISSN 1403-8099, ISBN 978-91-7063-886-2
  2. Twongyirwe, T. and Lubega, J. (2018). Exploratory Study on the Adoption of Knowledge Management Practices in Small Medium Enterprises in Resource Constrained Areas: A Case Study of the Dairy Industry in Uganda. In Bernardino, J., Salgado, A and Filipe, J.: Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (IC3K 2018) – Vol. 3: KMIS, pp. 177-185, ISBN: 978-989-758-330-8.
  3. Twongyirwe, T. M., & Lubega, J. (2018). Evaluation of a Knowledge Management Dashboard for Manufacturing SMEs in Resource Constrained Areas. In International Conference on Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning (pp. 397-406). Academic Conferences International Limited.
  4. Agaba, J and Lubega, J. (2011). E-Learning Software Acquisition for Blended Learning: The Case of Higher Institutions in Uganda with Limited Budgets. In Kizza, M. J., Lynch, K, and Nath, R.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. VII pp. 378-393. ISBN: 978-9970-25-128-5.
  5. Paul B. Muyinda, B. P., Lubega, T. J., Lynch, K and van der Weide, T. (2011). Learning Context of University Students in Africa: A Propeller or Inhibitor for Mlearning? In Kizza, M. J., Lynch, K, and Nath, R.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. VII pp. 342-357. ISBN: 978-9970-25-128-5.
  6. Kisa S., Kinyera, O. S., Twesigye, C. K., Oriada, R, Mugeni, B., Okumu, R. C., Lubega, J and Kasozi, J. (2011). A Methodological Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) Approach for Demystifying the norm that Teaching of Mathematics and Science for Lower Secondary Education is hard. In Kizza, M. J., Lynch, K, and Nath, R.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. VII pp. 169-181. ISBN: 978-9970-25-128-5.
  7. Walter O., Theo Vav Der Weide, Lubega, J.T. (2010). Knowledge Management Research Using Grounded Theory Strategy: Applicability, Limitations and Ways Forward: An Awareness Campaign. In Kizza, M. J., Lynch, K, Aisbett, J, Nath, R. and Vir, P.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. VI 163-185. ISBN: 978-9970-25-015-8.
  8. Zawedde, A., Lubega, J.T., Kidde, S. and Nakiyimba, I. (2010). Methodological Pluralism: An Emerging Paradigmatic Approach to Information Systems Research. In Kizza, M. J., Lynch, K, Aisbett, J, Nath, R. and Vir, P.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. VI 99-128. ISBN: 978-9970-25-015-8.
  9. Muyinda, P. B., Lubega, J. T., Lynch, K. and van der Weide, T. (2010). Mobile learning objects deployment and utilization in developing countries. In Sánchez, I. A. and Isaías, P.: Mobile Learning, pp. 116-123, ISBN: 978-972-8924-99-7.
  10. Ayoo, P. and Lubega, J. (2009). Academic Applications of ICT in Developing Countries: the Case of East African Universities. In Cunningham, P. and Cunningham, M.: IIMC International Information Management Corporation, ISBN: 978-1-905824-11-3.
  11. Lumala, A. F., Kanagwa, B., Quenum, J. and Lubega, J. (2009). Service-oriented Architecture as a Vehicle for ICT in Developing Countries: An Awareness Campaign. In Kizza, M. J., Lynch, K, Aisbett, J, Nath, R. and Vir, P.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. V, pp. 14-34, ISBN: 978-9970-02-738-5.
  12. Baguma, R., Stone, R. G., Lubega, J. T. and van der Weide T. P. (2009). Web Content Filtration According to Context of Use: Case Study of Accessibility Guidelines. In Kizza, M. J., Lynch, K, Aisbett, J, Nath, R. and Vir, P.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. V, pp. 190-199, ISBN: 978-9970-02-738-5.
  13. Nabende, P., Ahimbisibwe, B. and Lubega, J. (2009). Relationship between Information Systems Development Paradigms and Methods. In Kizza, M. J., Lynch, K, Aisbett, J, Nath, R. and Vir, P.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. V, pp. 75-84, ISBN: 978-9970-02-738-5.
  14. Lubega, J. and Niyitegeka, M. (2008). Integrating E-Supervision in Higher Educational Learning. In Aisbett, J., Gibbon, G., Rodrigues, A. J., Kizza, M. J., Nath, R. and Renardel, G. R.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. IV, pp. 351-358, ISBN: 978-9970-02-871-2.
  15. Ayoo, P. O. and Lubega, J. (2008). Exploring the Implementation of Blended Learning in a Developing Country: A Case Study of Uganda. In Aisbett, J., Gibbon, G., Rodrigues, A. J., Kizza, M. J., Nath, R. and Renardel, G. R.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. IV, pp. 133-143, ISBN: 978-9970-02-871-2.
  16. Lubega, J. and Ssozi, F. M. (2008). A Generic E-Learning Framework: A Case Study Faculty of Computing and Information Technology (CIT) Makerere University. In Aisbett, J., Gibbon, G., Rodrigues, A. J., Kizza, M. J., Nath, R. and Renardel, G. R.: Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Vol. IV, pp. 340-350, ISBN: 978-9970-02-871-2.
  17. Lubega, J. T., Sun, L. Williams, S. A. (2004). An Effective Tracking Model for Personalised e-Learning. ISBN: 0-9547096-7-5, pp. 181-188.
  18. Lubega, J. T., Sun, L. and Williams, S. A. (2005). A Method for Personalised Tracking in Knowledge Construction. ISBN: 1-905305-13-3, pp. 217-226.
  19. Williams, S., Baker, K., Sun, L., Fu, Y., Johns, K., Ousmanou, K. and Lubega, J. (2004). Example Uses of a Learning Object: In New Horizon in Web-Based Learning, edited by Ronnie Cheung, Rynson Lau and Qing Li, ISBN 981-256-029-7 pp 51-60.
  20. Lubega J and Williams, S (2004). Patterns of Use when Interacting with a Managed Learning Environment. Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, ISBN: 1-880094-53-3, pp. 5001-5005.
  21. Lubega, J., McCrindle, R., Williams, S., Ursula Armitage, Clements, I (2004). Uses of Mobile Phones in Higher Education. Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, ISBN: 1-880094-53-3, pp. 3951-3956.
  22. Sun, L., Williams, S., Ousmanou, K and Lubega, J (2003). Building Personalised Functions into Dynamic Content Packaging to Support Individual Learners. ISBN: 0-9544577-4-9, pp. 439-448.
  23. Bagarukayo, E; Lubega, J.T. and Mbarika, V. (2007). Enhancing the Attainment of Higher Order Cognitive Skills through Multi-Media E-Learning. ISBN: 978-1-905305-57, pp. 693.
  • International Conferences  
  1. Muyinda, B. P., Lubega, J. and Lynch, K. (2008). A Model for Scaffolding Traditional Distance Learners for Constructivistic Online learning. A paper presented at the 1st Regional Conference on E-learning. Kenyata University, Nairobi, Kenya, 18th -20th November 2008.
  2. Muyinda B. P., Lubega, J. and Lynch, K. (2008). An Evaluation of the Mobile Research Supervision Initiative (MRSI) at Makerere University. A paper presented at eLearning Africa 2008 Conference, Accra, Ghana.
  3. Lubega, J. T. (2007). Information Communication Technology (ICT) for Development. International Conference on Science, Technology, Innovations and Development, Kampala, Uganda.
  4. Lubega, J. T. (2007). Information Communication Technology (ICT) as a Driver for Development. International Conference on Science and Technology, Kyabongo Kampala, Uganda.
  5. Lubega, J and Williams, S (2003). The Effect of Using a Managed Learning Environment on the Performance of Students. In the Proceedings of the International Workshop of Interactive Computer Aided, Villach, Austria.
  • Papers Under Review in Journals
  1. Drake Patrick Mirembe, Martha Kibukamusoke, Dennis Kaggwa Omvia and Jude T. Lubega. (2020). Economic empowerment for women through accountability and transparency activities (under review)
  2. Drake Patrick Mirembe, Martha Kibukamusoke and Jude, T. Lubega (2020). Use of ICT for democratic process: A case of Uganda (under review)
  3. Martha Kibukamusoke, Drake Patrick Mirembe, Jude T. Lubega (2020). Women Empowerment through ICT for Service Delivery in Northern Uganda (under review)
  4. Drake Patrick Mirembe, Jude T. Lubega and Martha Kibukamusoke (2020). Using ICTs to enhance duty bearer accountability and transparency to citizens in Eastern and Northern Uganda (under review)

 

  • 2019 – Team leader of Eight Tech Consults on Development of the RUFORUM Information Management Systems (RIMS)
  • 2019 – Associate Researcher on Developing a Turnaround Strategy for Uganda Institute of Communication and Information Technology (UICT), funded by Uganda Communication Commission (UCC)
  • 2019 – Lead researcher on Collaborative Research on Evaluation of Use of Social Media for Educational Purposes and Economic Empowerment in Uganda, funded by Uganda Communication Commission (UCC)
  • 2019 – Lead consultant on Research Study of Current Teacher Incentive Practices in Selected Primary Schools in Uganda, funded by UNICEF
  • 2019- Lead researcher on Collaborative Research on Assessment of the State of Information Communications Technology (ICT) for Agricultural Innovations in Uganda, funded by Uganda Communication Commission (UCC)
  • 2018 – Lead researcher on ICT Innovation Initiatives Impact Assessment funded by Uganda Communication Commission (UCC)
  • 2018 – Development of The Terms of Reference (TORs) for the Design and Procurement of a Management Information System (MIS) for DGF
  • 2018 – Associate Consultant in Radix on Conducting a Western Local Governments Annual performance assessment for 2017 and accountability requirements and cross cutting and sectoral functional processes and systems for the Office of the Prime Minister
  • 2018 – Associate Consultant in Radix on Conducting an assessment of 56 Public Sector Organizations in Uganda on behalf of the Office of the Prime Minister
  • 2018 – Associate Consultant in Radix on the Mid-Term Evaluation of the Makerere University Sida Research Collaboration Programme funded by SiDA
  • 2017 – Team leader of Eight Tech Consults on Review of existing NPA reporting and HRIS and developing a more suitable automated system funded by GIZ
  • 2017 – Project Leader for the Research Project on Needs Assessment for Peace Education funded by UNESCO-ICBA
  • 2017 – Project Leader for the Project on Collaborative Prefeasibility and Feasibility Study for The ICT Innovation Support Project funded by Uganda Communication Commission (UCC).
  • 2017 – Associate Consultant in Radix for the Conducting of a Joint Annual Review of three Implementing Partners Supported by DGF.
  • 2017 – Associate Consultant in Radix and Ass Project Leader for Developing a Reward system for Motivation of teachers in Uganda under the Ministry of Education and Sports funded by UNICEF.
  • 2017 – Associate Consultant in Radix on Evaluating the Performance of 15 Public sector organisations in Uganda under the Coordination of the Office of the Prime Minister, funded by DFID and coordinated by 3ie
  • 2017- Project Leader for the Roll out of the PPDA E-Learning in Public Procurement and Contract Management funded by Ministry of Finance (FINMAP)
  • 2017 – Project leader for the Production of short animated skits on financial literacy based on the core messages developed under Bank of Uganda’s strategy for financial literacy in Uganda funded by GIZ
  • 2017 – Project Leader for Developing A Financial Literacy Mobile App Based On The Financial Literacy E-Learning Tool, under Bank of Uganda’s strategy for financial literacy in Uganda and funded by GIZ
  • 2017: Team leader for the Project on Capacity building in e-learning for teachers of TTIs funded by UNESCO China Trust Fund
  • March 2016 – May 2016: PPDA Project on Developing a Public Procurement and Disposal E-Learning System
  • June 2016 – Associate Consultant in Radix on Conducting An Evaluation To Ascertain The Cumulative Results Of The Voter Education Programme Undertaken By The DGF 14 Partners Through The 16 Voter Education Projects Over The Period Of One Year: June 2015 – May 2016, funded by DGF
  • December 2015 – December 2016: GIZ Project on Implementing a Master in Monitoring and Evaluation
  • December 2015 – June 2016: Belgian Technical Corporation (BTC) project on Developing a Framework for National Training Teachers Colleges
  • September 2015 – February 2016: GIZ and Bank of Uganda Project on Implementing an e-learning Financial Literacy Programme
  • May 2015 – December 2015: UNESCO Project on Building the capacity of teacher educators in effective use of learner management system (LMS) in networking and partnership among the key TTIs and school-based teachers’ continuous professional development
  • February 2015: Participated in the development and installation of the Kampala International University Learning Management System plus training its staff.
  • February 2015: Participated in the development and installation of the Bishop Stuart University Learning Management System plus training its staff.
  • 2015 – August 2015: GIZ Project on Implementing a Postgraduate Certificate in Evaluation
  • 2014 – Part of Team that developed the Social Economic Development Association (SEDA) Strategic Plan
  • 2013 – Team Leader on the Development of the Mpanga Tea Grower Enterprise Management System
  • 2013 – Senior Researcher on the Project funded by UNIDO, Microsoft and Microsoft Innovation Centre Uganda called: The Impact of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) on Small Holder Farmers Particularly Women- Draft Report
  • 2013 – Developed a Strategic Plan for Uganda Business and Technical Examinations Board (UBTEB)
  • 2012 – Developed the first Strategic Plan for Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU)
  • 2012: Participated in the development and installation of the Bishop Stuart University Learning Management System
  • 2012: Participated in the development and installation of the Mutesa I Royal University Learning Management System, development of an E-Learning Policy and training of staff
  • 2012 – 2013: Developing Cross Media Services to Promote Citizens Participation in Local Governance Activities Project funded by SPIDER in Sweden
  • 2012 -2013: Developing and implementing an E-Learning System plus its Policy for Bishop Stuart University
  • 2012 – Date: Transformational e-Learning Content Space (TeLCS) – An Open Source Multi-media Content Repository for lower educational institutions of learning
  • 2012 –2013: Propelling an ICT Led Pedagogy in Makerere University – Project funded by SPIDER in Sweden
  • 2011 – Developed an E-Learning Policy for Bishop Stuart University
  • 2011 – Participated in the Project for developing Mobile Application for Maternal Health data collection based on the openXdata framework as a researcher
  • 2011-Date NUFFIC ZAMREN Project in Zambia for Developing the Zambia Research Network (Participating in building Capacity for E-Learning)-Consultant
  • 2011 – NUFFIC E-Learning Capacity Building Project in Mozambique for Six Public Universities (Consultant)
  • 2009-2010 IUCEA Project, Enhancing the capacity of East African universities to utilize ICT for sustainable regional development: ICT staff-training programmes development and validation (Lead Researcher)
  • 2010, Establishing the East African Network of Research Excellence and Observatory (EANREO): UNECA and IUCEA (Consultant)
  • August 2009 AVOIR Project on Animal Health Information System (AHIS) funded by USAID and University of Western Cape South Africa (Lead Researcher)
  • 2009 to date coordinating the Pan African e-Network Project in the component of Tele Education (coordinator).
  • 2008 to date, Makerere Coordinator for the NUFFIC II project titled: Strengthening ICT Training and Research Capacity in the Four Public Universities in Uganda
  • African Virtual Open Initiative and Research Project (AVOIR), 2007 to 2009 funded by IDRC (Lead Researcher)
  • Pan African Research Agenda on the Pedagogical Integration of ICT (2007 to 2012) funded by IDRC and ERNWACA (Researcher)
  • February 2009 to 2012, Millennium Science Initiative Project for Improving education through Open Distance Learning (oDEL) for Kyambogo University (Consultant)
  • 2010; establishing an E-Learning Policy ad Environment for Mbarara University of Science and Technology (Lead Researcher)
  • March 2009, participated in the development of the ICT Policy for the Inter University Council of East Africa (IUCEA) (Member)
  • 2008-2009, Development of the French Portal for French Teachers Association in East Africa (Lead Researcher)
  • February to June 2006, working on Reading University Stage Direction Project. I designed a system to help in searching electronically for stage directions more effectively and efficiently (Lead Researcher)
  • January 2003 to December 2006, Research Project in E-learning University of Reading. Within this research project I designed a method for Personalised tracking used in Learning Management Systems (Lead Researcher)
  • March to September 2002 Data Warehousing Project (Data mining) at the University of Reading. While on this project, I was assigned to carry out Data Mining on the relationships between the students’ performances and their use of the Managed Learning Environment (Black board) (Lead Researcher)
  • January 2003, Data warehousing (Data mining) project with Dr. Hong, Faculty of Computing University of Reading. The aim was to find out how the teaching and learning methods of the university affected the students’ performance (Lead Researcher)

 

  • Completed PhD
  1.  Baguma Rehema: – A web Design Framework for Improved Accessibility for People with Disabilities- completed in 2010
  2. Paul Birevu: – Deployment and Utilisation of Learning Objects on Mobile Phones (Award winner for Emerland and Uganda Communication Commission 2010) completed in 2010
  3. Nazir Suhail: – A Framework for Implementation of Blended learning in Low Bandwidth Environments: completed in 2012
  4. Drake Mirembe: – A model for security management in ambulatory wireless sensor networks (AWSN): completed in 2015
  5. Philip Ouma Ayo: – A Constructivist Framework for Personalized Online Learning Systems: completed in 2015
  6. Prossy Katumba: – Decision Enhanced Services in Water Asset Management: Completed 2016
  7. Rebecca Tumwebaze: – Enhancing Business Performance for Poultry Farming through Business Process Monitoring in Uganda: Completed 2016
  8. Joab Agaba: – Improving Reusability in Instructional Design: Adaptation of Learning Objects with Multi-Format Assets: Completed in 2017
  9. Hasifah Kasujja Namatovu: – A decision enhancement studio for enabling evidence-based planning and monitoring in maternal health care service delivery: Completed in 2018
  10. Robert Tweheyo: – Indigenous Knowledge and Food Security: Enhancing Decisions of Rural Farmers: Completed in 2018
  11. Godfrey Onyait: – Software Agent-Based Model for Personalized Feedback Generation in E-Learning: Completed 2018
  12. Theodora M. Twongyirwe: – Knowledge Management for the Industrialisation of Small Medium Enterprise in Resource Constrained Areas: A Case of the Dairy Sector in Uganda : Completed 2018
  13. Faith Ahabyona: – Decision Enhancement Studio for Credit Facilitation and Input Supply for Agricultural Cooperatives In Uganda: Awaiting Defence
  14. Mugisha Annet Kajura: – Enhancing Active Teaching and Learning Instructional Strategy for Primary Tutors in Uganda Through ICTs: In Progres

  • Guest Lecture at KIM University graduation ceremony on the 21st Century Educational Institution using Technology- March 2016
  • Training of Mozambique Higher Institutional Lecturers on E-Learning and its
    integration August 2010
  • Research Presentation of EANREO at the Workshop on 10 years of Revitalization
    of Inter University Council for East Africa,
  • Paper Presentation on E-Learning Opportunities and Challenges, Enhancing
    Modern University and Research Management Practices in Institutions of Higher
    Learning in Uganda, 2007, funded by NUFFIC
  • Paper Presentation on Blended Learning at University of Reading, Blended
    Learning Symposium, University of East London, 2003, funded by ESCalate.
  • Poster Presentation on Learning Technologies, University of Reading June 2002,
    Development of Teaching and Learning.

Membership to Bodies/Associations

  • Chair for the Kampala ACM Chapter – 2011/2012
  • Secretary to Kampala ACM Chapter – 2010/2011
  • Member of the British Computer Society
  • Member of the ACM
  • Member of the E-Learning Guild
  • Member of the Rotary Club of Kampala City Makerere