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On-line quality management a precursor for improving E-learning adoption in midwifery schools in Uganda
(ERIC: International Journal of Educational Methodology, 2020)
E-learning pedagogy is used in many health training institutions in Uganda, However, despite the high investment, e-learning adoption is still low. This study aimed at ascertaining the relevance of on-line quality management ...
E-learning adoption: does the instructional design model matter? An explanatory sequential study on midwifery schools in Uganda
(E-Learning and Digital Media, 2020-07-26)
E-learning has become an integral part of mainstream society and hence revolutionizing distance education endeavours. A number of change agents and bureaucrats in Uganda have embraced this pedagogy constructing it as an ...
Does the school financing role matter in e-learning adoption? An explanatory sequential study in midwifery schools in Uganda
(Contemporary Educational Technology, 2020-02)
Despite the high level of investment on e-learning programs in Uganda, there is a low adoption of this new pedagogy in midwifery schools. This trend is likely to frustrate government’s efforts to improve the skill mix, ...
Technology leadership practices of end users and the adoption of e-learning in midwifery institutions in Uganda
(Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development, 2022-04)
E-learning has gained popularity in Uganda. Midwifery institutions have invested in it to manage the increasing demand for educa- tion. However, its adoption is low, which is likely to hinder the enhancement of numbers, ...