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    • L ATEX in 24 hours : A practical guide for scientific writing 

      Datta, Dilip (Springer International Publishing AG, 2017)
      The necessity for writing this book was felt long back, during my Ph.D. work, when I saw students and researchers struggling with L ATEX for preparing their articles and theses. A very limited number of books on L ATEX are ...
    • Landscaping, a new vocation course to try 

      Mbabaali, Desire (Daily Monitor, 2019-04-15)
      According to Rosemary Nampindi, a second-year student at CIDI, one of the course units is on landscape – which includes compound designing, drawing/ making compound plans, implementing a plan, maintenance of gardens. Jucinta ...
    • Language across the curriculum & CLIL in English as an additional language (EAL) contexts : Theory and practice 

      Lin, M.Y. Angel (Springer Science+Business Media Singapore, 2016)
      Language Across the Curriculum (LAC) and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) constitute rapidly growing areas of both research and practice in many parts of the world, especially in Asia, Australia and Europe. ...
    • The language of law school : Learning to “think like a lawyer” 

      Mertz, Elizabeth (Oxford university press, 2007)
      This is a study whose genesis dates back to the day I first took my seat in a Contracts classroom as a first-year law student, and that came to fruition as I for the first time taught Contracts to first-year law students. ...
    • Law of success the 21st-century edition 

      Hill, Napoleon (High roads media inc., 2007)
      The genesis of the principles explored in Law of Success date from the day in I908 when Napoleon Hill was assigned to write a magazine profile on steel baron and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. During their interview ...
    • Leadership in education 

      Brundrett, Mark; Burton, Neil; Smith, Robert (Sage publications Inc, 2003)
      Over the period of a generation, leading educational researchers have attempted to discover the factors that can enhance school effectiveness and, for many, the term ‘leadership’ has become centrally synonymous with school ...
    • Leadership in The Promotion of Security and Stability in South Sudan: A Case of Juba 

      Thai, Juac Luba (Nkumba University, 2018-09)
      The purpose of this study was to investigate how leadership has influenced the promotion of security and stability in South Sudan. The study objectives were on the vital roles of leadership in promoting security and ...
    • Leadership roles and management functions in nursing : Theory and application 

      Marquis, L. Bessie; Huston, J. Carol (Lippincott-Raven Publisher, 2015)
      This book’s philosophy has evolved over the past 30+ years of teaching leadership and management. We entered academe from the acute care sector of the health-care industry, where we held nursing management positions. In ...
    • Leadership styles and organizational performance of statutory institutions in Uganda: A case study of National Forestry Authority, Head office, Kampala 

      Serumaga, Gonza Kaita (Nkumba University, 2018-10)
      The study examined the relationship between leadership styles and the performance of statutory institutions in Uganda, using the National Forest Authority (NFA) as the case study. The study was guided by three objectives: ...
    • Leadership today: Practices for personal and professional performance 

      Marques, Joan; Dhiman, Satinder (Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2017)
      Leadership starts with leading oneself before leading others. Purpose is a foundational aspect thereby. This chapter defines a perspective on leadership that may not be the most common one, but is highly identifiable for ...
    • Lean management and financial performance in the banking industry in Uganda 

      SSenyonjo, Fredrick (Nkumba University, 2019)
      The purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between lean management and financial performance of commercial banks in Uganda, a case study of Eco-bank Uganda. The study was guided by three specific objectives, ...
    • Learners need basic research skills to survive in Uganda, says UCU professor 

      Sabano, Jessica (Daily Monitor, 2020-01-29)
      Research should be compulsory in schools starting from lower level to universities to equip learners with knowledge in a bid to fight poverty and develop Uganda, according to Uganda Christian University (UCU) professor.
    • Learners’ attainment of numeracy skills, is supervision relevant? A case of selected districts in Acholi Sub-region Uganda 

      Poro, G Sammy; Yiga, P Andrew; Enon, C. Julius (International Journal of Emerging Technology and Innovative Engineering, 2019-05-08)
      The study sought to analyse the monitoring and provision of support supervision on the learners’ level of attainment of numeracy skills in Acholi Sub-region Uganda. The study adopted the casual comparative research design ...
    • Learning landscape ecology : A practical guide to concepts and techniques 

      Gergel, E. Sarah; Turner, G. Monica (Springer-Verlag New York, 2017)
      Landscape ecology continues to grow as an exciting discipline with much to offer for solving pressing and emerging problems in environmental science. Much of the strength of landscape ecology lies in its ability to address ...
    • Legal practice in Uganda : The law, training, practice and conduct of advocates 

      Bwengye, F. A. W. (Marianum pushing company ltd, 2020)
      Assoc. Prof. Francis A. Wazarwahhi Bwengye, the dean school of law, Nkumba university and a senior legal practitioner has asked me to write a foreword to the second edition of his book entitled legal practice in Uganda. I ...
    • Lessons learnt from the 4th Joan Kagezi Memorial lecture 

      Musekura, Kenedy (New Vision, 2019-05-01)
      As country, we benefit from the insights from various speakers at the memorials. Secondly, the families of the deceased never remain the same, perhaps due to constant publicity given to the lectures, it is common to hear ...
    • LGBT-Parent families : Innovations in research and implications for practice 

      Allen, R. Katherine; Goldberg, E. Abbie (Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2013)
      In 2003, I began teaching an undergraduate course titled “Sexual Diversity in Society” in what proved to be a turning point year for North American struggles for LGBT family rights. Gay rights plaintiffs in the USA and ...
    • Life cycle assessment of renewable energy sources 

      Singh, Anoop; Pant, Deepak; Olsen, I. Stig (Springer-Verlag London, 2013)
      In recent years, a lot of emphasis has been given to renewable, sustainable and environment friendly energy sources in order to offset the dependence of mankind on conventional and non-renewable sources of energy most of ...
    • Life-cycle of engineering systems: Emphasis on sustainable civil infrastructure 

      Bakker, Jaap; Frangopol, M. Dan; Breugel, van Klaas (Taylor & Francis Group, 2017)
      Nowadays, the analysis, design, construction, inspection, monitoring, repair, maintenance and optimal management of infrastructures require the consideration of the life-cycle of systems under uncertainty. The objective ...
    • The Limits of International Law 

      Goldsmith, L. Jack; Posner, A. Eric (Oxford University Press, Inc., 2005)
      International law has long been burdened with the charge that it is not really law. This misleading claim is premised on some undeniable but misunderstood facts about international law: that it lacks a centralized or ...