Monica Naluwooza

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Ms. Monica Naluwooza is the Archivist in the University Library and also the Acting Team Leader MAKLIBIS Project, which focuses on automation of the Library services. Ms. Naluwooza holds a Bachelor of Library and Information Science Degree from Makerere University.

She has had numerous trainings in archives management including: Archives Management at the National Library of Wales (United Kingdom); Certificate in Advanced Records and Information Management, from East African School of Library, Makerere University; Certificate in Records and Office management, from Information Science, Makerere University and Certificate in Acquisitions, Archives and Cataloguing Modules, Makerere University Library.

She also has training Project Planning and Management, organized by Makerere University Library with support from the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP).

She received training in Marc 21 Format at Makerere University Library conducted by the Mortenson Centre Team, University of Illinois, Chicago. She has attended numerous conferences including: VTLS European Users’ Group meeting at Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia. Specific to music, Ms. Naluwooza has received training on documentation, care, handling and preservation of audio-visual materials at the Archives at Makerere University, the Archives and Research Center for Ethnomusicology at the American Institute of Indian Studies.

Her un-published research include: “The assessment of information services: a case of Kampala International University Library.” One of her on going research is titled: “Towards a Democratic Society: The Role of Libraries in Facilitating Social Equality and Economic Development in Uganda” to be presented at The Standing Conference of Eastern, Central and Southern African Library and Information Associations (SCECSAL) in Botswana, December 2010.  (Link to her CV)