• My TCC Experience – Joyce Wangari Ngugi 04 October 2021

    Generation educationists and personal loss defined my passion for mental health awareness and women scholars’ excellence Wangari J. Ngugi is a Consultant Psychologist and Research Mentor. She is the Lead Research Mentor at Eider Africa, with a Certificate in Research Mentorship, where she is involved in the Design Team curating Research Mentorship programs including, among others, […]

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  • A Round Table Discussion on African Perspectives on Peer Review 23 September 2021

    TCC Africa, AfricArXiv, Eider Africa, and PREreview hosted  a 90-minute long roundtable discussion, bringing African perspectives to the global conversation around this years’ Peer Review Week’s theme, “Identity in Peer Review”. Together with a multidisciplinary panel of African editors, reviewers and early-career researchers, they explored the shifting identities of researchers in the African continent, from the dominant perspective that sees them […]

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  • MY TCC Experience -Dr Alice Ojwang 15 September 2021

    How my postgraduate assignment led to the creation of the first Dietetics centre in Kenya Dr. Alice Achieng’ Ojwang is a nutritionist and dietician, and a lecturer at the Technical University of Kenya. She completed her PhD at the NorthWest University and Master’s Program in Nutrition and Dietetics at the Stellenbosch University in South Africa. […]

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  • TCC Africa joins #NISOPlus2022 Planning Committee 01 September 2021

    We are excited to announce that our  Executive Director Ms. Joy Owango has joined  the National Information  Standards  Organization  Conference(#NISOPlus2022) planning   committee. The  National Information  Standards  Organization, which, organizes #NISOPlus2022  is  a not-for-profit membership organization that identifies, develops, maintains, and publishes technical standards to manage information.

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  • Best Practices and Innovative Approaches to #PeerReview in Africa 23 August 2021

    Originated and established in a western context over decades, research assessment and quality assurance are commonly achieved through a practice called “peer review”. Typically, one to three scholars of a research discipline similar to the one described in a manuscript submitted to a journal for publication assess research rigor based on their personal experience and […]

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  • MY TCC Experience – Dr. Edwin Walong 09 August 2021

    Pathology is complex and effective communication has helped me pivot my research career. Dr. Edwin Oloo Walong is a Lecturer at the Anatomic Pathology Unit, Department of Human Pathology, School of Medicine, at the University of Nairobi. In addition to teaching and instruction, he provides clinical service as a pathologist in Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi […]

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