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Nazir Ahmad Suhail defends his PhD Thesis

Nazir Ahmad Suhail defends his PhD Thesis titled: A Framework for Implementation of Blended Learning in Constrained Low Bandwidth Environment

In his findings, Nazir identifies the multimedia (learning content) compatible with the challenges of constrained low bandwidth environment and the network (bandwidth) related issues. He also assessed the €œlevel of e-readiness for constrained low bandwidth€ through self reported perceptions of key stakeholders (institutions, lecturers, and students) about implementation of blended learning in the context of developing countries.

Committee

Chairperson - Dr. Josephine Nabukenya € Dean, School of Computing and Informatics Technology (CIT)

Opponent - Dr. Julianne Sansa-Otim € Chair, Department of Networks (CIT)

Panelists -

Dr. Agnes S. Rwashana € Lecturer, Department of Information Systems (CIT) Dr.

Rehema Baguma € Chair, Department of Information Systems

Dr. Paul Muyinda Birevu € Lecturer, College of Education and External Studies

Thesis Supervisors

Dr. Jude Lubega € Chair, Department of Information Technology

Dr. Gilbert Maiga € Lecturer, CIT

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