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The Department of Oral Documentation and Research, is a fully functional research based Department within the Faculty of Education at Muteesa I Royal University. The Department was established in 2014 with an aim of coordinating all research related programs within the faculty by fostering excellence in innovations as well as providing skill based training to learners through community participation. The Department as well plays as a center for Historical and Cultural research where Historical artifacts are preserved through documentation, filming and voice transcription. The Department/Center apart from imparting research skills to the upcoming generation of researchers, preserves historical heritage that is threatened with extinction as a consequence of climatic changes, disappearance of historical evidences among others.
Give solution to academic and community challenges through research projects steered by students and the staff by applying varying research techniques.
To Promote an effective and efficient, enabling environment for innovation through imparting research skills to students, as well as protecting and preserving the historical heritage for further inquiry.