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    MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
    ICCIR INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2013
    KAMPALA UGANDA
  • 9TH ICCIR
    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
    MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
  • ICT MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
  • COLLEGE OF COMPUTING & INFROMATION SCIENCES
    MAKERERE UNIVERSITY

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8th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTING AND ICT RESEARCH - ICCIR 12

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Part One: Part One: Information Communication Technology for Development   1
Annabella Habinka Basaza Ejiri Decision Enhancement Design for Maternal and Child Health Service Delivery in a Resource Constrained Setting
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John Ngubiri and Daniel Ocakacon Maximization of Benefi ts from Commercial Banks’ Liquidity: A Simulation Study |Abstract |Full-Text| 14-26
Fredrick E. Kitoogo National IT Standards for Sustainable ICT in Development: The Ugandan Context |Abstract |Full-Text| 27-39
 
Peter P. Wakabi-Waiswa and Patrick Birungi The Role of Information and Communications Technology in Sustainable Development Planning: Experience from Uganda |Abstract |Full-Text| 40-48
John Matovu; Aminah Zawedde; Das Pamela; and Herbert Ruhunde ICT and Journalism: Challenges and Opportunities for the Media in Uganda |Abstract |Full-Text| 49-70
Paul B. Muyinda, Jude T. Lubega, Kathy Lynch, Theo van der Weide Study Mode Does Not Matter: Mlearning Can Support Internal and Distance Learners |Abstract |Full-Text|  
Part Two: Information System Tracking    
Benjamin Kanagwa, Josephine Nabukenya, Agnes R. Semwanga, Julianne S. Otim A Model for Facilitating Uganda to a Preferred BPO Destination in the Region |Abstract |Full-Text| 93-111
Gilbert Maiga and Flavia Namagembe A User Based Model for Adoption of Telemedicine by Pediatricians in Resource Constrained Environments |Abstract |Full-Text| 112-133
Emmanuel Eilu and Rehema Baguma Bridging the User Experience Gap in Mobile Phone Voting in Developing Countries |Abstract |Full-Text| 134-150
Gilbert Maiga and Elizabeth Asianzu
Adoption of E-tax services in Uganda: The Perspective of the Technology Acceptance Model |Abstract |Full-Text| 151-175
Kombe Hussein Mariaka and Robert Oboko Understanding Intention to Use Computer Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques (CAATTs) Using UTAUT Model: Perspectives of Auditors in Kenya National Audit Offi ce (KENAO) |Abstract |Full-Text| 176-197
Edward Kirui and Rehema Baguma Improving Usability of E-government Services in Developing Countries|Abstract |Full-Text| 198-211
Richard Okelo Angole, Peter Jehopio and Gilbert Maiga
On Ontology of African Traditional Medicine for Medical Integration|Abstract |Full-Text| 122-226
Part Three: Information Technology    
David Luyombya and Dennis Fred Obbo Digitisation of Land Registry Operations in Uganda: Challenges and Solutions |Abstract |Full-Text| 229-246
Jennifer Somali Angeyo, Peter Jehopio and Henry Michaels Onoria Evaluating the Infl uence of Environmental factors on Legislative Data Using Support Vector Machine Techniques |Abstract |Full-Text| 247-261

Joab Agaba and Benjamin Kanagwa
On Addressing Challenges in Instruction Design using Learning Objects |Abstract |Full-Text| 262-268
Fridah Katushemererwe and Rehema Baguma RUMORPH - The Morphological Analyzer of Runyakitara: Approach, Results and Issues |Abstract |Full-Text| 269-294
Part Four: Networking 295
Diana Babirye and Benjamin Kanagwa Voi-Web: A Tool Support for Browsing the World Wide Web by Voice |Abstract |Full-Text| 297-302
Prof. Joseph M. Kizza Cloud Computing and Development: Focus on Africa |Abstract |Full-Text| 303