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Use of a non-mist propagation system to vegetatively propagate 12 E. grandis X E. Camadulensis hybrid clones
(Kenyatta University, 2009)
Access to information resources by the visually impared using assistive technology: sharing the experience of Kenyatta University Library
As we think of the 21st Century library user, we cannot be oblivious of the pivotal role of technology and its requisite inclusion in the library, if the library is to be of benefit to the all users. This presentation looks ...
Students' Experiences in Using Haiku Learning Platform to Promote Problem based Learning in a Blended Classroom in Kenya
(ACM Digital Library, 2017)
Haiku is an online networking application that can be used by teachers and students to learn, share, communicate and remain connected. In problem based learning, students are able to team together to explore significant ...
Transforming Teaching and Learning through ICT for Sustainable Development in Kenya.
(Kenyatta University, 2015-05)
Education for sustainable development refers to an expanded, dynamic vision of education and development guided by the principles and values of respect for the environment, society and economy. The global knowledge economy ...
Constraints Facing the Implementation of Inclusive Education: A Case of Selected Secondary Schools in Kericho County
(Kenyatta University, 2015-05)
The National Special Needs Education Policy Framework in Kenya stipulates that there shall be elimination of disparities and enhancement of equity and equality for all learners, especially through the inclusion of learners ...
Song: an agent in social deconstruction of gender
The song is an essential part of many Kenyan communities. It caries serious implications of societal values and inspirations. While other oral art forms are controlled by traditions in content and form, songs possess ...
Aerobic mineralization and recovery of nitrogen as affected by soil organic matter status in three sites in Kenya
(The Soil Science Society of East Africa National Research Laboratories, 2005)
Pressure on available land has increased due to high population density and other competing land-use demands which have led to reduced use of traditional fallows and subsequent decline in soil fertility. Aerobic Nmi ...
The Status, Constraints and Environmental Health Implications of Service Provision and Management in Informal Settlements of Eldoret Municipality, Kenya
(Joypet Sevices & Printers Ltd., 2004)
One of the major challenges facing local authorities in developing countries is how to meet the ever-rising demand for urban environmental services. The problem is prominent in urban informal settlements where service ...
Engendering Empowerment: Education and Equality (E4) Conference Dakar, Senegal (17-20 May 2010)
(Jenny Parkes (Institute of Education, University of London, UK), 2010)
In the fifteen years since Beijing, there has been enormous progress in awareness of multiple forms of violence against girls, with research, policy and practice increasingly focusing on and attempting to address violence ...