Sarah Kakuru Rwotolonya

Assistant Lecturer-Library and Information Mgt

Sarah Kakuru Rwotolonya is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Library and Information Science, Kabale University.

She holds a Masters degree in Information Science from Makerere University and a Bachelors from the same University.

She is currently pursuing a PhD in Information Science from Makerere University.

She also has vast experiences in management of Libraries and Library resources.


-PhD(Student) Information Sciences -Mak – 2019

-Msc. Information Science-Mak-2015

-Bachelor of Library & Information Science –Mak-2003

Research Interests

  1. Management of libraries and Information Resources
  2. Institutional Repositories
  3. Information Literacy
  4. Bibliometrics





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  1. New technologies for acceleration of SDGs in Africa: The Ugandan, Nigerian and Ghananian approaches. Presented at the Carnegie Capstone conference, University of Pretoria on 29th, March 2019
  2. Accessibility of electronic resources in Ugandan University Libraries: a paper presented in Bishop Stuart University during Research and Dissemination Workshop on 28th February 2019
  3. Addressing information Behaviour: a seminar presentation in College of computing and Information Science Makerere University 2017
  4. Open access to information at Bishop Stuart University, presented at Mbarara University of Science and Technology in OPENCON workshop. ‘Building impact through openness in action, 2016
  5. Open access to information: a key for checking plagiarism, enhanced visibility and research citations. BSU Dissemination workshop, 2016

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