Recent Submissions

  • Security Shortcomings of Electronic Web Based Voting Systems for Universities in Kenya 

    Simiyu, Prestone; Mbugua, Samuel; Otanga, Daniel (KIBU, 2019-10)
    Electronic Voting can deliver free and fair elections as well as ensuring on time release of results. One factor fueling the adoption of e-voting is the access to internet and more so GSM network, by majority of the world ...
  • E-trafiki model: electronic solution architect for police highway patrolling in Kenya 

    Tenge, Evans; Mneria, Esau; Gekombe, Dickson; Sanja, Michael; Ogalo, James (2015)
    Among the six world regions, Africa remains least motorized but suffers the highest rates of road traffic fatalities causing deaths and fatal injuries. If these trends continue, traffic accidents will be among the top ...
  • Evaluating total cost of ownership for university enterprise resource planning: case of Maseno university 

    Owoche, Patrick Oduor; Gregory, Wanyembi; Juma, Kilwake Humphrey (2015)
    Higher learning institutions (HEI) are investing in IT to attain operational excellence. Organizations looking to reduce technology costs typically look for ways to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). TCO captures ...
  • A model for evaluating total cost of ownership of university enterprise resource planning: case of Maseno university 

    Unknown author (2013-09)
    Enterprise Resource Planning, (ERP) makes it possible to improve institutional efficiency and effectiveness. There is, however, a great deal of difficulty reported in the normative literature when it comes to the evaluation ...
  • Ict and education: enabling two rural western Kenyan schools to exploit information technology 

    Boit, John; Menjo, David; Kimutai, James (2012)
    The study was undertaken to evaluate the implementation of ICT to support learning, teaching, school administration and use of E-communication between cooperating rural secondary schools in Western Kenya under the Rotary ...
  • Choosing tools of pedagogy (case of program visualization) 

    Mutua, Stephen; Abenga, Elizabeth; Ogao, Patrick; Wabwoba, Franklin; Ikoha, Anselmo (International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management, 2012)
    Computer aided learning has over time been integrated in traditional pedagogical approaches in order to improve the quality of education as well as skillful content acquisition. Several programs have been developed over ...
  • Teaching computer programming in the 21st century 

    Mutua, Stephen; Wabwoba, Franklin; Abenga, Elizabeth; Kilwake, Juma; Ogao, Patrick (International Journal of Science and Technology, 2011)
    Over the years, research has shown that programming has proved to be a challenging task to many. Due to this, several program visualization tools have been developed to aid in teaching programming. This study aimed at ...
  • Students selection for university course admission at the joint admissions board (Kenya) using trained neural networks 

    Wabwoba, Franklin; Mwakondo, Fullgence M. (Journal of Information Technology Education, 2011)
    Every year, the Joint Admission Board (JAB) is tasked to determine those students who are ex-pected to join various Kenyan public universities under the government sponsorship scheme. This exercise is usually extensive ...
  • Information technology research in developing nations: major research methods and publication outlets 

    Wabwoba, Franklin; Ikoha, Anselimo Peters (International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Research, 2011)
    The multi-disciplinary nature of Information Technology has brought many methods of research with it. This has left many Information Technology specialists whose background is from the rigid scientific disciplines in a ...
  • The role of wireless technologies in taking education to rural villages in developing countries 

    Wabwoba, Franklin; Omieno, Kelvin K.; Simiyu, Carolyne N.; Sisungo, Zipporah W. (International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Research, 2011)
    The development of wireless technologies has generated a considerable amount of excitement among practitioners and academics because it results in shifting the academic environment from traditional classroom restricted ...
  • Classifying program visualization tools to facilitate informed choices: teaching and learning computer programming 

    Mutua, Stephen; Wabwoba, Franklin; Ogao, Patrick; Anselmo, Peter; Abenga, Elizabeth (International Journal of Computer Science and Telecommunications, 2012)
    Program Visualization (PV) is a technique that has been found useful in teaching computing programming. This has seen proliferation in development of PV tools with an aim of enhancing teaching/learning programming over the ...
  • Evaluating the role of information and communication technology (ICT) support towards processes of management in institutions of higher learning 

    Ujunju, Michael Okumu; Wanyembi, G.; Wabwoba, Franklin (International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 2012)
    The role of Information and Communication Technology in achieving organization’s strategic development goals has been an area of constant debate, and as well perceived in different management dimensions. Most universities ...
  • Barriers to implementation of green ICT in Kenya 

    Wabwoba, Franklin; Wanyembi, Gregory W.; Omuterema, Stanley (International Journal of Science and Technology, 2012)
    Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is playing an increasingly important role in both business and private undertakings. Its use in several areas in the world economy has brought about increased demand for ...
  • Pervasiveness of green ICT awareness amongst Kenyan ICT personnel 

    Wabwoba, Franklin; Wanyembi, Gregory W.; Omuterema, Stanley; Mutua, Stephen Makau (International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management, 2013)
    There has been growing concerns about the rising costs of doing business and environmental degradation world over. Green ICT has been proposed to provide solutions to the two issues yet it is not being implemented fully ...
  • Green ICT readiness model for developing economies: case of Kenya 

    Wabwoba, Franklin; Omuterema, Stanley; Wanyembi, Gregory W.; Omieno, Kelvin Kebati (International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 2013)
    There has been growing concerns about the rising costs of doing business and environmental degradation world over. Green ICT has been proposed to provide solutions to the two issues yet it is not being implemented fully ...
  • Virtual reality in education: trends and issues 

    Omieno, Kelvin; Wabwoba, Franklin; Matoke, Nahason (International Journal of Computers & Technology, 2013)
    Computer-mediated learning is becoming an increasingly common form of education in institutions of higher learning (IHL). Many IHL in developing nations, such as Kenya, have greatly experienced an increase in demand for ...
  • The role of ICT in social inclusion: a review of literature 

    Njoki, Muchiri; Wabwoba, Franklin (International Journal of Science and Research, 2013)
    The questions we seek to answer in this paper are; Have ICT contributed to enhance social inclusion? Has use of ICT brought new forms of exclusion? And what is the way forward in using ICT for an inclusive society? Desk ...
  • Assessing quality of open source software based on community metrics 

    Ndenga, Malanga Kennedy; Méhat, Jean; Ivaylo, Ganchev; Wabwoba, Franklin (International Journal of Software Engineering and Its Applications, 2015)
    The purpose of this study is to analyze data from Open Source Software (OSS) community with an objective of identifying community metrics that can predict quality of OSS projects. We experimented with data from Apache OfBiz ...
  • Factors affecting requirements elicitation for heterogeneous users of information systems 

    Ronoh, Lilian Cherotich; Muchiri, Geoffrey Muketha; Wabwoba, Franklin (International Journal of Computer Science Engineering and Technology, 2015)
    Modern organizations keep up with the fast changing technology through successful information systems development and integration to automate their business operations. Among others, this can be achieved through effective ...
  • ICT definition implication on ICT career choice and exclusion among women 

    Njoki, Muchiri Michael; Wabwoba, Franklin; Micheni, Elyjoy Muthoni (I.J. Information Technology and Computer Science, 2016)
    ICT is driving all areas of the economy and is likely to dictate the future for all genders. The narrow definition of ICT has greatly impacted on the female gender choosing ICT as a career of choice. There are few women ...

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