Now showing items 1-5 of 5
Maximising the socioeconomic value of indigenous knowledge through policies and legislation in Kenya
(Emerald insight, 2018)
Purpose – Indigenous knowledge (IK) is the anchor of survival and stability for indigenous communities. The purpose of this study was to establish how the socioeconomic value of IK can be maximised in Kenya througheffect ...
Assessment of Reengineered Library Services and Spaces for Improved User Experience in Universities in Kenya
(Journal of Arts & Humanities, 2019-04)
Innovation and transformation have been synonymous with the library environment, as they strive to rethink the services they offer amidst the changing information landscape. This paper assesses the reengineered library ...
An Analysis of Indigenous Knowledge Legislation and Policies in Kenya
Since the dawn of history, humanity has always sought more knowledge to feed families, stay healthy, argue with neighbours, and understand the immediate environment, among other issues. Before scientific approaches of ...
Electronic Records Management Strategies by Government Agencies in Kenya
(Record and Library Journal, 2019-09-30)
Background of the study: With the advancement in technology, government agencies generate, receive or use records in electronic formats. There is need to develop appropriate strategies to manage these electronic records ...
Challenges facing Academic Libraries in Supporting Webometrics Ranking of Universities in Kenya
(African Journal of Education, Science and Technology, 2019)
Webometrics refers to the study of the quantitative aspects of the creation and usage of information resources, structures and technologies on the web drawing on bibliometric and infometric approaches. Across the world, ...