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Dr Joseph Appolinary Rusanganwa

13 Jun 2022

 Dr Joseph Appolinary Rusanganwa

P G studies Coordinator-SAL CASS SAL Modern Languages Educational Research Dr Joseph Appolinary Rusanganwa is a senior lecturer at the School of Arts and Languages, UR, and a PhD holder in Educational Sciences from Linköping University, Sweden. His specialisation is Learning Sciences through languages and ICT. He has done a number of publications especially in Higher Education, Linguistics and Educational technology. His research interest is in online teaching using ICT, but mainly involves himself in PhD and Masters Academic Supervision. josrus39@gmail.com, Tel +250788743915 "Evode mukama, Joseph Rusanganwa, Marie Chantal Uwimana &Oliva Bazirete (2019). Uko bandika ibyagaragajwen’ubushakashatsi, isobanura bwite n’imyanzuro (book chapter 9) in Ubushakashatsi mu Bumenyi Nyamuntu n’Imibanire y’Abantu. Evode Mukama & Laurent Nkusi (Eds).( How to do research in Social Sciences) Cape Town : African Minds.
In English ‘Research Methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences’

Joseph Appolinary Rusanganwa (2013) : Developing a multimedia instrument for technical vocabulary learning : a case of EFL undergraduate physics education, Computer Assisted Language Learning, DOI:10.1080/09588221.2013.784708
Link : http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09588221.2013.784708

Joseph Rusanganwa (2012) Multimedia as a means to enhance teaching technical vocabulary to physics undergraduates in Rwanda, English for Specific Purposes 32 36–44. 2013
Ingrid Andersson , Anne Marie Kagwesage & Joseph Rusanganwa (2012) Negotiating meaning in multilingual group work : a case study of higher education in Rwanda, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
Rusanganwa, J & Andersson, I. (2011). Language and space in a multilingual undergraduate physics classroom in Rwanda, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 14(8), 751-764. Available online : 10 June 2011

Rusanganwa, J (2006) Rwanda : Language Situation, Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics (Second Edition), pp715-716, Copyright © 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved,"

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