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    • Green ICT Policy Maturity for Actualization of Sustainable Computing in Developing Nations 

      Wabwoba, Franklin (International Journal of Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology, 2019-10-19)
      Green ICT Policy encompasses the frameworks an organization has developed and put in place to apply environmental sustainability criteria throughout its value chain. The lack of appropriate green policy alignment to ...
    • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF CELL PHONES PENETRATION AND DISPOSAL IN KENYA 

      Wabwoba, Franklin; Sakwa, Thomas; Mbugua, Samuel; Kilwake, Humphrey (International Journal of Computers & Technology, 2014-05-25)
      ABSTRACT Kenya has over six million active mobile subscribers who may at some point want to replace or get rid of old mobile phones. A big number of the mobile phones were recently switched off for not being genuine ...
    • STAKEHOLDERS’ DILEMMA AND ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP ON THE DIFFERENT COMPUTING DISCIPLINES 

      Wabwoba, Franklin; Nambiro, Alice (International Journal on Integrating Technology in Education, 2018-09-10)
      There is significant overlap between the uniqueness of the disciplines that has complicated trainers, learners and business community’s choice between the different disciplines. As computing has rapidly evolved its ...
    • The Role of ICT in Social Inclusion: A Review of Literature 

      Motochi, Vincent; Barasa, Samuel; Owoche, Patrick; Wabwoba, Franklin (International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), 2015-12-04)
      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 ...
    • The Role of ICT in Social Inclusion: A Review of Literature 

      Muchiri, Njoki; Wabwoba, Franklin (International Journal of Science and Research, 2015-12-13)
      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 ...
    • Green ICT Readiness Model for Developing Economies: Case of Kenya 

      Wabwoba, Franklin; Omuterema, Stanley; Wanyembi, Gregory; Omieno, Kelvin (International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 2013-12-15)
      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 ...
    • Determination of Tannin Concentrations in African Indigenous Vegetables, Grains and Cassava Roots from Emuhaya District, Western Kenya 

      Alwala, Joseck; Kiema, Francis; Wanzala, Wycliffe (American Journal of Nutrition and Food Science, 2014-01-15)
      The study evaluated tannin concentrations in four vegetables, three grains and cassava roots as the most common foodstuffs in the diet of local communities from Emuhaya district in western Kenya and their nutritional ...
    • Cyber Security Challenges to Mobile Banking in SACCOs in Kenya 

      Nambiro, Alice; Wabwoba, Franklin; Wasike, Jotham (International Journal of Computer, 2020-09-05)
      Development of mobile technology has enabled mobile devices to be adopted in daily activities. Financial institutions are adopting mobile devices for banking purposes to enable their clients to bank from anywhere at any ...
    • VIRTUAL REALITY IN EDUCATION: TRENDS AND ISSUES 

      Omieno, Kelvin; Wabwoba, Franklin; Matoke, Nahason (International Journal of Computers & Technology, 2013-02-09)
      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 ...
    • Pervasiveness of green ICT awareness amongst Kenyan ICT personnel 

      Wabwoba, Franklin; Wanyembi, Gregory; Omuterema, Stanley; Mutua, Stephen (International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management, 2013-01-06)
      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 ...
    • The Relationship between Budget Adequacy and Student Enrolment in TVET Institutions in Bungoma County, Kenya 

      Wasike, Jayne Nasimiyu; Ingendi, Juma; Maiyo, Julius K. (Journal of Advances in Education and Philosophy, 2020-09-30)
      The purpose of the study was to investigate the relationship between budget adequacy and student enrolment in TVET institutions in Bungoma County, in Kenya. Proportionate stratified sampling, Census and simple random ...
    • Influence of Teachers’ Pedagogical Skills on Provision of Quality Education in Cheptais Sub-County, Bungoma County, Kenya 

      Chele, Restich Musee; Maiyo, Julius K.; Kikechi, Ronald W. (Stratford Peer Reviewed Journals and Book Publishing, 2020-04-14)
      Every educational process must have qualified teachers as a portion of the ingredients essential in the provision of quality educational services to pupils. With the emerging, trends in education in Kenya where the quality ...
    • Utility of government initiatives in technical, vocational and training institutions on student enrolment in Bungoma County, Kenya 

      Maiyo, Julius K.; Wasike, Jayne Nasimiyu (European Journal of Education Studies, 2021-01-14)
      The Government of Kenya lays great emphasis on Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for her social and economic growth in the 21st century. Her estimated requirements for an effectual technical workforce, ...
    • Further Generalization of Unitary Quasi-Equivalence of Operators 

      Wanjala, Victor; Nyongesa, A. M. (International Journal of Mathematics And its Applications, 2020-10-06)
      In this paper, we further generalize the class of n-Unitary Quasi-Equivalence by extending this study to (n,m)-Unitary Quasi-Equivalence. We investigate the properties of this class and also the relation of this equivalence ...
    • On Class (Q ) 

      Wanjala, Victor; Nyongesa, A. M. (International Journal of Mathematics And its Applications, 2020-11-12)
      Class (Q) operators was introduced and studied by Jibril in (quote). In this paper , we introduce and study the “cousins” to this class, namely class (Q∗). An operator T ∈ B(H) is said to belong to class (Q∗) if T ∗2T 2 ...
    • On N Quasi D-Operator Operators 

      Wanjala, Victor; Nyongesa, A. M. (International Journal of Mathematics And its Applications, 2020-01-11)
      : In this paper, we introduce the class of N quasi D-operator acting on the usual Hilbert space H over the complex plane. An operator T is said to be an N quasi D-operator if T(T ∗2 (T D) 2 ) = N(T ∗T D) 2T, where ...
    • On Some generalization of Unitary Quasi-Equivalence of Operators 

      Wanjala, Victor; Nyongesa, NyoA. M (International Journal of Mathematics And its Applications, 2020-01-01)
      In this paper, we generalize the class of Unitary Quasi-Equivalence by extending this study to n-Unitary Quasi-Equivalence and investigate the properties of this class. We investigate the relation of this equivalence class ...
    • On (α,β)-Class (Q) Operators 

      Wanjala, Victor; Nyongesa, A. M. (International Journal of Mathematics and its Applications, 2021-01-12)
      In this paper, we introduce a new class of operator, the class of (α, β)-Class (Q) operator acting on a complex Hilbert space H. An operator T ∈ B(H) is said to be (α, β)-Class (Q) if α 2T∗2T 2 ≤ (T∗T) 2 ≤ β 2T ∗2T 2 for ...
    • Hadithi fupi_utanzu uliopuuzwa 

      Mohochi, Ernest Sangai (1997)
    • The role of creative arts in the fight against COVID-19 in Kenya 

      Mohochi, Ernest Sangai; Mwita, James Marwa (East African Scholars Publisher, Kenya, 2021-02-01)
      Initial response to the outbreak and fast spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) disease was very slow in most countries. Rightly, most efforts at understanding it turned to and concentrated on the medical field, and within ...