Edda Tandi Lwoga

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Purpose-The purpose of this study is to assess the application of knowledge management (KM) models in managing and integrating indigenous and exogenous knowledge for improved farming activities in Tanzania, by examining the management of indigenous knowledge (IK), access and use of exogenous knowledge, the relevancy of policies, legal framework, information(More)
OBJECTIVE This study sought to investigate the faculty's awareness, attitudes and use of open access, and the role of information professionals in supporting open access (OA) scholarly communication in Tanzanian health sciences universities. METHODS A cross-sectional survey was conducted. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 16 librarians, while(More)
Introduction The knowledge gap between rich and poor must be bridged if poverty is to be reduced. Access to information is an essential component in strengthening local teaching and research, improving local medical and agricultural practices, and empowering local experts to find solutions to local health, environmental, social, economic, and food issues,(More)
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