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Prof. Elijah I Omwenga Publications
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62016Quality Indicator Framework For Assessing DEel Programs In Kenya: A Technological And Educational Functional Parameters Approach
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72016Application Of The UTAUT Model To Understand Factors Influencing The Use Of Web 2.0 Tools In E-learning In Kenyan Public Universities
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82016Towards The Development Of A Citizen-Centric Framework For Evaluating The Impact Of E-government: A Case Study Of Developing Countries
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92016Proposed Model For Predictive Mapping Of Graduate’s Skills To Industry Roles Using Machine Learning Techniques
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102016Citizen-Centric Critical Success Factors For The Implementation Of E-Government: A Case Study Of Kenya Huduma Centres
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112016A Bridging Technology Of Learner Entry Behavior In A Flipped Classroom Model. In J. Keengwe, & G. Onchwari (Eds.)
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122016Developing Pedagogical Skills For Teachers: A Learner Centered Approach For Technology Supported Instruction. Accepted For Publication In J. Keengwe, & G. Onchwari (Eds.)
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132016A Roadmap For The Adoption Of Government E-payments In Kenya
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142016State And Extent Of Electronic Commerce Adoption Among SMEs In Kenya. Journal Of Emerging Trends In Computing And Information Sciences
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152015E-Waste Management In Kenya: Challenges And Opportunities
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162015The Critical Technological Factors Of E-Government In Kenya
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172015The Critical Organizational Factors Of E-Government In Kenya
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182015Modelling An Institutional Mobile Learning Readiness Analyser
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192015Methods Of Investigating The Use Of Podcasting In Higher Education: A Review Of Recent Studies
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202013A VLIR-Belgium Report On The Training Workshop On E-Content Development For Faculty Science University Staff. Kenya Wildlife Services Training Institute, Naivasha, Kenya, 29.
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212012Harnessing Africa’s Scientific, Engineering And Technology Innovation For Sustainable Development: The Role Of Universities
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222011Text-Based Productivity Tools.
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232011Modelling A Computer-mediated Learning Infrastructure: Concepts, Principles And Implementation Requirements
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242011The Development Of A Framework For Open Courseware For Emerging Economies: The Case Of Kenyan Public Universities.
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252011An Asynchronous Framework For A Flexible Web-driven Courseware Development And Learning Environment
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262010ICT For Science And Engineering Education – Models For Best Practice Implementation.
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272010A Framework For Distributed Learning Objects Repository.
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282009Oboko, R. O.,Wagacha,P. W., Omwenga, E. I.,Odotte Z. (2009). Non-Obtrusive Determination Of Learning Styles In Adaptive Web-Based Learning.
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292009Using Adaptive Link Hiding To Provide Learners With Additional Learning Materials In A Web-Based System For Teaching Object Oriented Programming
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302009Oboko, R. O.,Wagacha,P. W., Omwenga, E. I.,Odotte Z. (2009). Non-Obtrusive Determination Of Learning Styles In Adaptive Web-Based Learning.
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312009Using Adaptive Link Hiding To Provide Learners With Additional Learning Materials In A Web-Based System For Teaching Object Oriented Programming
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322009Comparison Of Different Machine Learning Algorithms For The Initialization Of Student Knowledge Level In A Learner Model-based Adaptive E-learning System.
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332009Non-Obtrusive Determination Of Learning Styles In Adaptive Web-Based Learning.
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342009Revitalizing Science, Engineering And Technology Research And Deployment For Sustainable Development In Africa.
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352008Gakuu, C. M., Libotton, A., Omwenga, E. I., Kidombo, H. J. (2008). Factors That Influence Lecturers
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362008Gakuu, C. M., Libotton, A., Omwenga, E. I., Kidombo, H. J. (2008). Factors That Influence Lecturers
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372007Gakuu C.M., Libotton A., Omwenga E.I. (Feb. 2007). Towards Enhancing Readiness To Adopt Distance Education And E-learning By University Of Nairobi Lecturers.
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382007Gakuu C.M., Libotton A., Omwenga E.I. (Feb. 2007). Towards Enhancing Readiness To Adopt Distance Education And E-learning By University Of Nairobi Lecturers.
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392007Relevance Of Science, Engineering And Technology Training To Development Challenges In Africa.
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402006Omwenga E.I., Waema T. M. Towards Development Of A Model Expressing A Set Of E-learning Variables. Reviewed
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412006Omwenga, E. I., Rodrigues A. J. Towards An Education Evaluation Framework: Synchronous And Asynchronous E-learning Cases.
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422006Omwenga E.I., Waema T. M. Towards Development Of A Model Expressing A Set Of E-learning Variables. Reviewed
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432006Omwenga, E. I., Rodrigues A. J. Towards An Education Evaluation Framework: Synchronous And Asynchronous E-learning Cases.
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442006Classical Instructional Methods Have Been Used And Will Continue To Be Used In The Teaching And Learning Process. However, Their Limitations In Different Circumstances Vary Depending On Student And Instructor Needs, Where They Are And Who They Are. In Thi
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452005A Novel Approach To E-Content Development Process: Complexity Reduction And Process Automation
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462005Omwenga, E. I., Chepken C.K., Bishar D. Complexity Reduction In The Formative Evaluation Process Using The QuizIntegrator. In Sustainable ICT Capacity In Developing Countries.
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472005Omwenga, E., Waema, T., & Eisendrath, G., Libotton A. (June 2005b). Development And Application Of An Objectives-driven E-content Structuring And Deployment Model (ODC-SDM).
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482005A Novel Approach To E-Content Development Process: Complexity Reduction And Process Automation
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492005Omwenga, E. I., Chepken C.K., Bishar D. Complexity Reduction In The Formative Evaluation Process Using The QuizIntegrator. In Sustainable ICT Capacity In Developing Countries.
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502005Omwenga, E., Waema, T., & Eisendrath, G., Libotton A. (June 2005b). Development And Application Of An Objectives-driven E-content Structuring And Deployment Model (ODC-SDM).
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512004Omwenga, E., Waema, T., & Wagacha, P. A Model For Introducing And Implementing E-learning For Delivery Of Educational Content Within The African Context.
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522004Omwenga, E., Waema, T., & Wagacha, P. A Model For Introducing And Implementing E-learning For Delivery Of Educational Content Within The African Context.
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532002Omwenga E.I., Waema T. M., Eisendrath G.E. (Nov. 2002). Modelling An E-learning Infrastructure With A Content Calibrator Within A Resource-constrained Environment.
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542002Omwenga E.I., Waema T. M., Eisendrath G.E. (Nov. 2002). Modelling An E-learning Infrastructure With A Content Calibrator Within A Resource-constrained Environment.
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552001Omwenga E. I., Waema T. M. An Asynchronous Framework For A Flexible Web-driven Courseware Development And Learning Environment.
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562001Omwenga E. I., Waema T. M. An Asynchronous Framework For A Flexible Web-driven Courseware Development And Learning Environment.
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571999An Interactive Infrastructure For Facilitating Learner-Participation Within A Web-enabled Courseware Delivery Environment
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581999An Interactive Infrastructure For Facilitating Learner-Participation Within A Web-enabled Courseware Delivery Environment
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591998An Infrastructure For A Web-based Courseware Development System
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601998An Infrastructure For A Web-based Courseware Development System
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