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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills for Bachelor of Education Degree Students at the University of Zimbabwe: Implications for University Policy on a Computer Course for Undergraduate Student Teachers.
(Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research, 2008-11-03)
The development of appropriate computer literacy skills within all school teachers for non-computing subjects has recently become a strong international challenge. This is in view of the increasing use of computers in ...
Training for Automation at the University of Zimbabwe Library
This proposal for a poster session discusses and shows pictures of steps taken towards automation in the University of Zimbabwe Libraries. The university is celebrating its 50th anniversary. One of the milestones achieved ...
The Automation of University of Zimbabwe Library
Enhancing maximum utilisation of health information resources in a health sciences library.
In this era of hyper- inflation when health institutions are forced to make budget cuts, the health science library can be an easy and early target unless the librarian had established a strong support base among lecturing ...
The potential of information and communication technologies in collecting, preserving and disseminating indigenous knowledge in Africa
(The International Information and Library Review, 2006)
This paper gives an outline of the importance of African indigenous knowledge. After that it gives the definition of information and communication technologies (ICTs) and indigenous knowledge. It then goes on to highlight ...
The information environment of Veterinary Researchers at the University of Zimbabwe
(International Information and Library Review, 2001)