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Evaluation of Goodness-of-Fit Indices for Structural Equation Models
Discusses how current goodness-of-fit indices fail to assess parsimony and hence disconfirmability of a model and are insensitive to misspecifications of causal relations (a) among latent variables… Expand
Access and use of agricultural information and knowledge in Tanzania
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to assess access to and use of agricultural knowledge and information in the rural areas of Tanzania.Design/methodology/approach – Mixed quantitative,… Expand
Incorporating organizational justice, role states, pay satisfaction and supervisor satisfaction in a model of turnover intentions
Abstract In this study, two data sets were used to examine the relationship among organizational justice, role states, pay satisfaction, supervisor satisfaction, organizational commitment and… Expand
Managing indigenous knowledge for sustainable agricultural development in developing countries: Knowledge management approaches in the social context
This paper is based on a PhD study (Lwoga, 2009) that sought to assess the application of knowledge management (KM) approaches in managing indigenous knowledge (IK) for sustainable agricultural… Expand
Community libraries: a brief review of their origins and nature with particular reference to South Africa
- C. Stilwell
- 1 October 1989
This review of the development of community libraries draws upon a wide range of sources Public libraries in Africa were established by colonials for colonials, and the needs of the colonized were… Expand
Intelligent libraries and apomediators: Distinguishing between Library 3.0 and Library 2.0
- Tom Kwanya, Christine Stilwell, Peter G. Underwood
- Computer Science
- J. Libr. Inf. Sci.
- 1 September 2013
Using the ‘point oh’ naming system for developments in librarianship is attracting debate about its appropriateness, basis and syntax and the meaning and potential of Library 2.0. Now a new term,… Expand
The KwaZulu-Natal school library policy and its feasibility for implementation in the province.
This article reports on research on the KwaZulu-Natal School Library Policy, its implementation strategy and feasibility for implementation in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. The article is the base… Expand
A mixed qualitative-quantitative-participatory methodology: a study of the agricultural knowledge and information system (AKIS) of small-scale farmers in Kirinyaga district, Kenya
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to understand the agricultural knowledge and information systems (AKIS) of small‐scale farmers in Kirinyaga district, Kenya by identifying the key agricultural… Expand
Getting the write message right: review of guidelines for producing readable print agricultural information materials.
Print agricultural information materials (PAlMs). such as leaflets. booklets and fact sheets. are used extensively to provide information to farmers. Such print materials can play a vital supportive… Expand
Library 2.0: revolution or evolution?
Library 2.0 is a controversial concept that stirs debate on many fronts. As the concept continues to arrest the attention of most library users and practitioners, a number of issues relating to its… Expand