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    • Cyber Crime in Uganda: Myth or Reality? 

      Tushabe, Florence; Baryamureeba, Venansius (World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2005)
      There is a general feeling that Internet crime is an advanced type of crime that has not yet infiltrated developing countries like Uganda. The carefree nature of the Internet in which anybody publishes anything at anytime ...
    • Collaborative Framework for Supporting Indigenous Knowledge Management 

      Mondo, Theodora Mwebesa T.; Baryamureeba, Venansius; Williams, D. (Makerere University, 2007)
      Indigenous knowledge (IK) is an integral part of the culture and history of local communities. We need to learn from local communities to enrich the development process. IK systems are also dynamic; new knowledge is ...
    • Web Design Requirements for Improved Web Accessibility for the Blind 

      Baguma, Rehema; Lubega, Jude T. (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2008)
      Considerable research has been done on how to make e-learning systems accessible. But Learners in electronic and hybrid learning environments utilize many Web based systems beyond what the instructor and institution provides ...
    • A Web Design Framework for Improved Accessibility for People with Disabilities (WDFAD) 

      Baguma, Rehema; Lubega, Jude T. (International World Wide Web Conference., 2008)
      Information and Communication Technology (ICT) such as the World Wide Web (WWW) has increasingly become embedded in everyday life and is progressively becoming indispensable for public, business, personal efficiency or ...
    • Approaches Towards Effective Knowledge Management for Small and Medium Enterprises in Developing Countries - Uganda 

      Habinka, Annabella; Sol, Henk; Baryamureeba, Venansius (IIMC International Information Management Corporation, 2009)
      In developing countries, many Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) collapse due to complex factors. Knowledge shortage and fragmented information are their key challenges as a result of obsolete technology and exposure. ...
    • Integrating Action Research and System Dynamics: Towards a Generic Process Design for Participative Modelling 

      Oyo, Benedict; Williams, Ddembe; Barendsen, Erik (IEE, 2009)
      The process of building system dynamics models ranges from linear iterative phases to the circular iterative phases. However, while all these process designs are well known and explicit to system dynamics modellers, ...
    • A Teaching and Learning Softboard Application 

      Andresile, Peter; Oyo, Benedict (ResearchGate, 2010)
      A soft-board application allows users to write, draw, and manipulate graphics just like they would do with physical aids such as chalk/white boards or pen and paper. These applications have over the years advanced from ...
    • Knowledge Management Research Using Grounded Theory Strategy: Applicability, Limitations and Ways Forward 

      Omona, Walter; Van Der Weide, Theo; Lubega, Jude T. (Computing and ICT Research, 2010)
      Knowledge management (KM) is currently an emerging discipline in higher education, and its effective implementation is becoming a precondition for success in an increasingly globalized economy. Because it is interdisciplinary ...
    • Development of Online Laboratories for Modulation and Combinational Logic Circuit Analysis Using NI ELVIS IITM Platform 

      Mwikirize, Cosmas; Tumusiime Asiimwe, Arthur; Musasizi, Lea; Namuswa, Victoria; Nakasozi, Mary Dawn; Mugga, Charles; Katumba, Andrew; Tickodri - Togboa, Sandy Stevens; Butime, Julius; Musasizi, Paul Isaac (New Generations, 2010)
      This paper describes the work carried out by the Makerere University iLabs Project Team, hereafter referred to as iLabs@MAK. The procedures followed to develop Online Laboratories using the National Instruments ...
    • Optimized Association Rule Mining with Genetic Algorithms 

      Wakabi–Waiswa, Peter P.; Baryamureeba, Venansius; Sarukesi, Karunakaran (IEEE, 2011)
      The mechanism for unearthing hidden facts in large datasets and drawing inferences on how a subset of items influences the presence of another subset is known as Association Rule Mining (ARM). There is a wide variety ...
    • Optimization Based Multimedia Performance to Enhance Blended Learning Experience in Constrained Low Bandwidth Environment 

      Ahmad Suhail, Nazir; Lubega, Jude T.; Maiga, Gilbert (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg., 2011)
      The efficient transmission of multimedia applications and time sensititive applications in particular, over the heterogeneous networks is a challenging research problem that requires investigation. This paper focuses on ...
    • E-learning Readiness Assessment Model: A Case Study of Higher Institutions of Learning in Uganda 

      Omoda-Onyait, Godfrey; Lubega, Jude T. (pringer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2011)
      Uganda faces challenges in her efforts to achieve her goal “education for all”, as a developing country. E-learning has been suggested as an alternative approach that can overcome these challenges involved in ...
    • An Online Digital Filters and Sound Effects Laboratory Utilizing NI SPEEDY 33 and LabVIEW DSP Module 

      Kyesswa, Michael; Mbajja, Amru; Tumusiime Asiimwe, Arthur; Mwikirize, Cosmas; Musasizi, Paul Isaac; Tickodri-Togboa, Sandy Stevens; Katumba, Andrew; Butime, Julius (New Generations, 2011)
      There has been an increasing use and application of the internet due to the advances in technology. At Makerere University1, the internet has been used by students to remotely access and share scarce laboratory ...
    • Online Laboratories: Enhancing the Quality of Higher Education in Africa 

      Akinwale, O.B.; Ayodele, K.P.; Jubril, A.M.; Kehinde, L.O.; Osasona, O.; Akinwunmi, O.; Tumusiime Asiimwe, Arthur; Mwikirize, Cosmas; Musasizi, Paul Isaac; Tickodri Togboa, Sandy-Stevens; Katumba, Andrew; Butime, Julius; Nombo, Josiah P.; Baraka, Maiseli M.; Teyana, Sapula; Alfred, Mwambela J.; Musa, Kissaka M. (Conference of Rectors, 2011)
      Online laboratories have been adopted by the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) - Nigeria, Makerere University (MAK) - Uganda and the University of Dar-es-Salaam (UDSM) -Tanzania to enhance the delivery and quality of higher ...
    • Online Agriculture Information System for Uganda 

      Oyo, Benedict; Magara, Stephen; Andogah, Geoffrey (ISTAfrica, 2012)
      Over the last decade, agricultural output in Uganda has generally been declining yet the population is rapidly growing. This implies that interventions by government and other development partners through: improved seeds, ...
    • Performance of the Energy Aware Routing Protocol in Wireless Sensor Networks with mobile nodes 

      Fote Kamanyi, Antonia; Ngubiri, John; Sansa-Otim, Julianne (International Conference on Wireless Networks (ICWN), 2012)
      Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are increasing in popularity. This is due to several applications (like car tracking, acute patient monitoring and forest fire detection). Energy in WSNs is a scarce resource and therefore ...
    • Robust Mobile Cloud Services Through Offline Support 

      Omwenga Momanyi, Maxwell; Sansa-Otim, Julianne Suzanne; Namulindwa Lumala, Agnes F. (IEEE, 2012)
      Cloud computing improves the efficiency of mobile applications. This is because data storage and processing are moved from the low resourced mobile devices to the cloud. Mobile cloud computing however, faces the challenge ...
    • Multimedia to Enhance Blended Learning Experience in Constrained Low Bandwidth Environment 

      Ahmad Suhail, Nazir; Lubega, Jude T.; Maiga, Gilbert (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2012)
      This paper identifies multimedia compatible with the challenges of constrained low bandwidth environment by using a Multi Level Systematic Approach (MLSA) through literature investigation, aimed to enhance blended learning ...
    • Towards an Interactive Agent-Based Approach to Real-Time Feedback (IAARF) in E-Learning System 

      Omoda-Onyait, Godfrey; Lubega, Jude T.; Maiga, Gilbert; Angole, Richard O. (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2012)
      E-learning management systems use an interactive approach that presents the learner with learning objects to interact with during the learning process. Several interactive platforms for sharing learners’ ideas, ...
    • Requirements Framework for Personalized Real-Time Feedback in Interactive Agent-Based E-Learning Systems 

      Omoda-Onyait, Godfrey; Lubega, Jude T.; Maiga3, Gilbert (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg., 2013)
      E-learning systems at the market do not adequately support learning in a constructivist way because they do not adapt to the special needs and personal attributes of individual learners. Eliciting complete and ...