PUBLICATIONS

  • Musoke, Maria G. N., Kakai Miriam & Okello-Obura C.C. (2018). “Open access institutional repository in Africa”. Information and Learning Sciences (early cite)
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. &Mwesigwa, Andrew (2017).  “Informing policy and practice through assessment of new library books’ usage at Makerere University”. Library Collections, Acquisitions & Technical servicesJournal, January issue. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/2I46yAIGEq6mnCzEhVYw/full
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2016). Informed and healthy: theoretical and applied perspectives on the value of information to health care.  Elsevier – Academic Press. ISBN: 978-0-12-804290-8. 

        http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-804290-8.00003-8

         https://www.elsevier.com/books/informed-and-healthy/musoke/978-0-12-804290-8 

         https://news.mak.ac.ug/2016/09/prof-maria-musoke-solid-bridge-between-health-and-information-sciences

  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2015). “Academic libraries in Sub-Saharan Africa: present and future”. Chapter 9, In: The new African librarian: perspectives from the continent. (African Library Summit). Pretoria: Unisa Press. (pp 106-125).
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2014). “Librarians’ contribution to social change through information provision: the experience of Makerere University library.”

         http://library.ifla.org/1054/1/166-musoke-en.pdf

  • Musoke, Maria G. N. ,Mwesigwa, Andrew& Sentamu Timothy (2014).  “The changing IT trends: are academic libraries coping?”.Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML) Journal.

          http://www.qqml.net/papers/December_2014_Issue/342QQML_Journal_2014_Musokeetal_Dec_787-809.pdf

  • Musoke, Maria G. N. &Landoy, Ane (2014). “Building the capacity of librarians through collaboration: the experience of the University of Bergen and Makerere University libraries with their partners in the North and South”, Chapter 11; In: Chakraborty, Susmita (editor), International Collaborative Librarianship. IGI Global.

         http://www.igi-global.com/book/collaboration-international-comparative-librarianship/75483

  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2014).“University library infrastructure for persons with special needs: the Makerere University Library experience” In:“Information and Knowledge Management as a Driving force for Socio-Economic  Development in Africa”. Proceedings of XXI SCECSAL, 28th July to 1st August 2014. Lilongwe, Malawi. ISBN: 9789990804546.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2012).  “Outreach to rural health units in Uganda enhances access to information resources”, In: Omondi, B. & Onyango, C.  (Editors), Information for Sustainable Development in a digital environment.  Proceedings of XX SCECSAL, 4-8th June.  Kenya Library Association and The Law Publishers, Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN:978-9966-69-467-6.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2010). “Access and use of information by primary health care providers in rural Uganda: a qualitative approach”. International Journal of Decision Support System Technology,vol2 (2).
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2010). “Reconstruction@maklib with minimal resources”.  http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla76/106-musoke-en.pdf
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2009). “Document supply services enhance access to information resources in remote Uganda”. Interlending and Document Supply Journal, vol37 no4.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2008). “Strategies for addressing the University library users’ changing needs and practices in Sub-Saharan Africa.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship,vol34, no 6, pp 532-538.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. & Kinengyere, Annet A. (2008). “Changing strategies to enhance the usage of electronic resources among the academic community in Uganda with particular reference to MakerereUniversity”. In: Rosenberg, D (ed): Evaluating electronic resouce programmes and provision: case studies from Africa and Asia. INASP Research and Education case studies no 3. Oxford: INASP. ISBN:978-1902928-31-9.   Ch 6. pp 79-100.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2007). “Information behaviour of primary health care providers in rural Uganda: an interaction-value model”. Journal of Documentation, vol. 63 no3, pp. 299-322.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2007). “Access to health information: The African users’ perspective.” In:Mlambo, A. (ed): African Scholarly Publishing Essays. African Books Collective Ltd., Oxford. ISBN:1-904855-83-0. pp 120-128.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2006). “Repackaging health information to reach rural areas”. In: Kiathe R. (ed), Millennium Development Goals and health information provision in Africa: proceedings of the 10th Biennial Congress of theAssociation for Health Information and Libraries in Africa(AHILA), Mombasa-Kenya, 23rd-27th October, 2006. ISBN: 9966-7243-0-3
  • Musoke, M., Kakai, M and Akiteng, F. (editors).(2005). Library automation in East and Southern African Universities: Proceedings of a Sub-regional Conference, 6-8 June, 2005, Makerere University. Kampala. ISBN:9780-950-01-8880-8.
  • Musoke, M. G. &Birungi P. (editors). (2004). Towards a Knowledge Society for African Development: Proceedings of SCECSAL XVI. Kampala: Uganda Library Association and National Library of Uganda. ISBN: 9970-879-00-6
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2003). “Information and women’s health”, In: Madunagu, B. (Editor), For Social and Gender Justice: African feminists search the experiences of African women for humanist alternative paradigms of human well-being and social development. Calabar- Nigeria: Clear Lines & DAWN. ISBN: 978-36720-0-2
  • Musoke, M. G. N. (2002). “Maternal health care in rural Uganda: leveraging traditional and modern knowledge systems”, IK Notes no. 40 / Indigenous Knowledge for Development Program – World Bank. http://www.worldbank.org/afr/ik/iknt40.pdf
  • Musoke, M.G. (2000).  “Information and its value to health workers in rural Uganda: a qualitative perspective”, Health Libraries Review, 17(4), 194-202.
  • Musoke, M.G. (2000).  “The use of information by health workers in rural Uganda: an inductive approach”, Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Medical Librarianship (ICML), 2-5 July. London: LA.  http: www.icml.org/Tuesday/africa/musoke.htm.
  • Musoke, M.G. (2000).  “Health workers’ perceptions of information use in rural Uganda”, WHO Liaison.
  • Musoke, M.G. (1999).  “Some Information and Communication Technologies and their effect on maternal health in rural Uganda”.  Paper presented at the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), and the African Development Forum (ADF) Conference ‘The Challenge to Africa of globalisation and the Information Age’, 24-28 October.  Addis Ababa: ECA. http://www.uneca.org/adf99/worddocs/adf-musoke.doc.
  • Musoke, M.G. (1998).  “Health informatics in Uganda”, In: Bryant, J.  (Editor), Current Perspectives in Health Care Computing.  Proceedings of a Conference, 23-25th March.  Guildford, BCS HIC.
  • The Uganda Health Information Digest, published three times a year from April 1997 to date. Chair of the editorial committee. ISSN: 1028-5105.
  • Musoke, M. G., Birungi, P. and Sengero, L. (editors) (1994). Information for Health for All: Proceedings of the Forth Congress of the Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA).Kampala. Makerere University.
  • Musoke, Maria G.N. (1993). Research on women in Uganda: an annotated bibliography. Kampala. Makerere University.
  • Musoke, M. G., Kharono, E. and Mugisha, M. (editors). “Gender, Transformation and Empowerment: East African Women’s Conference Report.” Uganda Women’s Network and SNV&Novib, Kampala. 1993.
  • Musoke, M. G. (1990). “Health information services in Uganda.”  In Development of a National Information and Documentation Network.  D.E.S., Bonn.

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2018). “Research4life in Uganda: The journey”Presentation at the‘Digital Access to Research (DAR) Launch’, Mukono, Uganda, 7th Nov,2018.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2018). “The management and use of information in a changing environment”.A Keynote presentationat ‘Transforming the Global Information Landscape’ the 44th Annual Conference of the International Association of Aquatic and Marine Science Libraries and Information Centers (IAMSLIC), Entebbe, Uganda, 22-25 October,2018.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2018). “Access and use of information: a key to sustainable development”. Paper presented at the International Conference on‘Women and Sustainable Development in Africa’, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 8-10 March 2018.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2017).“Innovate, document and share: Makerere university library advocacy initiatives”. Paper presented at the ‘Managing Change: Library Transitions – moving into the future: best practices from around the world.’ Pre-IFLA conference, Bergen, Norway 15 – 17 August 2017.http://www.managingchange2017.org/
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. Et al (2017).“Health information behaviour of women in low-income communities: a comparative study of North Carolina and Uganda”. Paper presented at the 9th QQML Conference, 23-26 May. Limerick, Ireland.http://www.isast.org/images/Programme_20170511.pdf.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2016).“Electronic health initiatives support information access and use for sustainable development in Uganda” In:“Digital transformation and the changing role of libraries and information  centres in the sustainable development of Africa”. Proceedings of XXIISCECSAL, 25th – 29th April 2016. Mbabane, Swaziland. ISBN: 978-0-7978-0408-1.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2014).  “Thirty years of AHILA: achievements and challenges”. Keynote paper presented at the Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA) biennial conference, Tanzania.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2013). Open access uptake by academic institutions in Uganda: A SWOT analysis. Presentation to the OA Conference, organised by CUUL, Silver Springs Hotel, Kampala, May, 2013.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2012).  “Partnership reflections from a Sub-Saharan African perspective. Keynote address presented at the Partnerships for Health Information (Phi) 20th Anniversary celebrations. London, November, 2012.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2012).  “Enhancing access to current health information through successful grant proposal writing, implementation and sustainability”. Paper presented at the AHILA-13 Congress. Cape Verde, 15-19 October.
  • Kigongo-Bukenya, I. & Musoke, Maria G. N. (2011). LIS education and training in developing countries: developments and challenges with special reference to Southern Sudan and Uganda.
  • Paper presented at the Pre-IFLA Conference of SIG LIS Education in Developing Countries, Puerto Rico, San Juan, 10-11th August, 2011. Musoke, Maria G. N. & Mbaga, Sara (2010).
  • Outreach to remote health units in Uganda enhance access to information resources. Paper presented at the Pre-IFLA Conference on Science and Technology, Crete, Greece, August, 2010.
  • Akiteng, Faith &Musoke, Maria (2010). “Challenges posed by diversity in academic institutions as they implement Information Literacy: the experiences of Makerere University Library in Uganda.” In: Creating Knowledge IV Conference. ‘Information literacy and diversity in higher education: mapping the learning environment’, 8-10 September, 2010, Bergen, Norway.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2009). “Challenges and solutions to sharing library resources for research and education in Uganda with special reference to Makerere University Library”. Presentation at the UbuntuNet Alliance Conference, November, 2009. http://renu.ac.ug/ubuntunet-connect/files/libraries.pdf.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. & Landoy, Ane (2009). “Skills acquired and passed on: the collaboration between the University of Bergen and MakerereUniversity libraries and their new partners in the North and South”.
  • Paper presented at the Pre-IFLA Conference on LIS education in Developing countries, University of Milan, Italy, August, 2009.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2009). “Access and use of information by primary health care providers in rural Uganda: a qualitative approach”. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Qualitative and  Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML), MAICH, Chania, Greece, May, 2009.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2008).  “Medical Library users’ needs with particular reference to Makerere University, Uganda”. Paper presented at the Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA) biennial conference, Maputo-Mozambique, October, 2008.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2007). “Technology and repackaging enhance information delivery to remote Uganda”. Paper presented at the FORO conference, University of Arizona, USA, February, 2007.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2004).  “Health information for all rural communities in Africa by 2015: a myth or reality”. Keynote paper presented at the Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA) biennial conference, Malawi, October, 2004.
  • Musoke Maria, Street Katie & Cooke Rachel (2004). “The Benefits of an International Link: Albert Cook Medical Library & Kent, Surrey and Sussex Library and Information Services – share what you know, learn what you don’t”. Paper presented at the Health Libraries Group Conference, Belfast, September, 2004.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2004). “University libraries in East Africa: current issues”. Paper presented at The Annual General Meeting of the Vice-Chancellors of East Africa/ The  Inter-University Council for East Africa,  Arusha-Tanzania, March, 2004.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2003). “The use of ICTs for CME content development: The Uganda Health Information Digest as an example”. Paper presented at the Regional Conference on ICTs and Continuing Medical Education (CME) in East and Southern Africa, Moshi-Tanzania, April, 2003.
  • Musoke, Maria G. N. (2002). “The effect of information on women’s health”. Paper presented at the Women’s World Conference, Makerere  University, Kampala, July, 2002.
  • Musoke, M., Kamau, N. &Masanjika, R. (2002). “Training of health sciences librarians in Sub-Saharan Africa: Initiatives by AHILA members”. Panel presentation at the AHILA VIII Conference at Bamako, Mali, September, 2002. http://www.ahila.org
  • Musoke, M.G. (2001).  “The value of health information to rural women”.  Paper presented at the Global Health Council Annual Conference in Washington, May 2001.
  • Musoke, M. G. (1996). “Accessing health information:  challenges to Uganda health information providers”.  Paper presented at The Health Information Exchange in Eastern and Southern Africa Workshop, November. Nairobi.
  • Musoke, M. (1994) “Information for reproductive health: a Keynote address” to a seminar on establishment of the Safe Motherhood and Reproductive Health Information Centre.  May, Kampala.
  • Musoke, M. G. (1990). “The dissemination of health information at grassroots level with special reference to women”.  Paper presented at The Sixth International Congress on Medical Librarianship.  September. New Delhi.
  • Musoke, M. (1987). “Appraisal of the existing special libraries and archives in Uganda”.  A paper presented at the Uganda Library Association National Conference, Kampala.