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Makerere University CIT

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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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1st ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTING AND ICT RESEARCH - SREC 05

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Author(s) Title Pages
Part One: Measuring Research Excellence in Computing    
Ddembe Williams and Venansius Baryamureeba An Investigation of Heads of Computing
Departments in Higher Education |Abstract |Full-Text|
3-13
Part Two: Computing Research in Higher Education    
Farida Muzaki and Ezra Mugisa Towards Enhancing Learning with Information and Communication
Technology in Universities. |Abstract |Full-Text|
15-25
Venansius Baryamureeba and Ddembe Williams The Doctoral Programme in Computing at Makerere University: Lessons
Learned and Future Improvements. |Abstract |Full-Text|
 
Venansius Baryamureeba and Ddembe Williams Inter-departmental Staff Transfers in a Multidisciplinaty Research
Environment: Towards Transfer Criteria for Academic Staff at
Universities in Developing Countries.|Abstract |Full-Text|
26-35
Peter Wagacha, Katherine Getao and Bernard Manderick Strengthening Research and Capacity Building in Computer Science:
Case of the School of Computing and Informatics, University of Nairobi. |Abstract |Full-Text|
36-43
Ronald Bisaso Optimising the Potential of Educational Computing Research in
Emerging Countries. |Abstract |Full-Text|
44-55
Part Three: Strategic Planning and Quality Assurance in Higher
Education
   
Shushma Patel, Dilip patel. Huong Tang and Geofrey Elliot Research Methods for Organisational Studies. |Abstract |Full-Text| 64-76
Part Four: Sustainable Information and Communication Technology
Development
   
Justine Kasigwa, Ddembe Williams and Venansius Baryamureeba The Role of ICTs and their Sustainability in Developing Countries. |Abstract |Full-Text| 78-88
Anthony Rodrigues G. Wainaima and E.W. Mwangi Income Generation at Public Universities: A Case of the University
of Nairobi Enterprises and Services Limited. |Abstract |Full-Text|
89-111
Elisha T. O. Opiyo, Erick Ayienga, Katherine Getao, Bernard Manderick, Okello-
Odongo and Ann Nowé
Computing Research Challenges and Opportunities with Grid
Computing. |Abstract |Full-Text|
112-133
Part Five: Research Approaches in Information Technology Projects    
Shushma Patel Foundations and Research Trends in Object-oriented Information
Systems. |Abstract |Full-Text|
135-142
Jon Warwick, Gary Bell and Micheal Kennedy Exploring “Myths and Meanings” in Higher Education Planning. |Abstract |Full-Text| 143-158
Elijah I. Omwenga, Christopher Chepken and Bishar Duble Complexity Reduction in the Formative Evaluation Process using the
Quizintegrator. |Abstract |Full-Text|
159-166
Part Six: Gender and Information Technology Development    
Aramanzan Madanda and Peace Mutuwa Access to ICT Higher Education: Reflections on Good Practices
in Promoting Gender Equality at Makerere University. |Abstract |Full-Text|
168-179
K. R. Santhi and G. Senthil Kumaran Design of Engendered Information Society: The Challenges. |Abstract |Full-Text| 180-197
Part Seven: Software Architecture and Web-based Systems    
Rehema Baguma Affordable E-governance Using Free and Open Source Software. |Abstract |Full-Text| 199-208
Katherine Getao and Evans Miriti Automatic Construction of a Kiswahili Corpus from the World Wide Web. |Abstract |Full-Text| 209-219
Ibrahim Kaliisa and Martijn Oostdijk Towards Excellence in Internet Security Research for Developing
Countries |Abstract |Full-Text|
220-227
Jennifer S . Angyeyo, Venansius Baryamureeba and Peter Jehopio A Dynamic Framework for the Protection of Intellectual Property
Rights in the Cyberspace. |Abstract |Full-Text|
228-245
Part Eight: Information and Communications Technology Policies and
E-governance in Developing Countries
   
Anthony J. Rodrigues and Joseph Muliaro Wafula Sub-regional ICT Policy: Case of EAC Headquarters and Autonomous
Institutions. |Abstract |Full-Text|
247-266