|Title||Link to publication||Year|
|Leveraging academic libraries through web 2.0: Implications for academic librarians and scholarly online communities in sub-Saharan Africa.
12th SCESCAL Conference Proceedings 2012.||View online|
|Are established democracies less vulnerable to censorship than authoritarian states?||View online|
|A comparative analysis of the use of electronic resources by undergraduate students at two Kenyan universities.
Mousaion Vol. 28, Issue 2, pp.64-81 2010.||View online|
|Social media access and participation in established democracies and authoritarian state. Innovation Vol. 2013 Issue 47, pp 121-144 2013.||View online|
|Empowering academic librarians for effective e-services: An assessment of Web 2.0 competency levels. The Electronic Library. Electronic Library, Vol 35 Issue 2, pp 263-282 2017.||View online|
|Theoretical and Practical Implications of Power Dynamics in Academic Libraries", Hines, S.S. and Ketchum, D.H. (Ed.) Critical Librarianship (Advances in Library Administration and Organization, Vol. 41), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 5-20. ||View online|
|Management of students’ academic records for best practice at KCA university, Kenya. The strategic journal of Change and Business Management, Vol 8, No 4. Pp 863-879, 2021.||View online|