JRNL Works in Progress

The International Centre for IT and Development

 

Works in Progress

  • Nchise, A, Boateng, R., Mbarika, V. (2011). The Sophistication of Internet Usage in Sub Saharan Africa. Telemedicine Adoption in Rwanda. MISQE

  • Sood S.P., Negash, S. Mbarika, V.W.A., Kifle, M. & Prakash, N. Technology mediation in healthcare: telemedicine adoption in private and public hospitals in India, Submitted at Elsevier’s JSS.

  • Isabalija R., Mbarika V. Transfer of Information Technology from Developed to Developing World: Case of E-Medicine Sustainability in Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Mbarika V. A Theoretical Investigation of “Low-Tech” Information Technology Use for Healthcare Delivery in Resource-Poor Settings of Rural Louisiana and Sub- Saharan Africa.

  • Mbarika V. and Nchise A. Implementing an Artifact and Theorizing E-Democracy and Citizen Participation in Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Mbarika V., Broussard J. A Multi-Media Case Study Pedagogical Approach on Electronic Health Records for STEM Students.

  • Mbarika V. Information Technology Use for Agricultural Information Exchange in Resource-Poor Settings of Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Masango C. and Mbarika V. The Software Piracy Menace: A Look at Software Development in Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Musa M. and Mbarika V. A Theoretical Investigation of Social Media and Female Genital Mutilation in Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Xue, Y., Liang, H., Mbarika, V. and Oneurine N. Understanding Healthcare Professionals’ Adoption of Telemedicine in Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Manka, E., Tanjong, E. and Mbarika, V. Women in Pink Collar ICT Jobs in Cameroon.

  • Mbarika V., Ngwa, O., and Ignatius Suh. Moving from Oral Traditions to Digitizing Information on Africa’s Complementary and Alternative Medicine (e- ACAM).

  • Rehakova-Whitehead, V. Mbarika, V., Nwabueze, S., Shu, J. & Wada, F. A theoretical framework for global diffusion of the Internet (GDI) in developing nations: The case of Czech Republic.

  • Samake, K. & Mbarika, V. A theoretical framework for global diffusion of the Internet (GDI) in developing nations: the case of Mali.

  • Mbarika, V., Akuta, E., Barika, E., Ebanga, C., & Jokwi, J.A theoretical framework for global diffusion of the Internet (GDI) in developing nations: the case of Cameroon.

  • Ngwa, O., Wada, F., & Mbarika, V. The unintended consequences of information technology in Africa.

  • Bagarukayo, E., Lubega, J. & Mbarika, V. Enhancing the attainment of higher order cognitive skills through multi-media e-learning.

  • Mbarika, V., Kifle, M., McCoy, S. & Okoli, C. A unified theory of acceptance and use of technology in developing countries: the case of telemedicine in Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Kifle, M., Mbarika, V. & Okoli, C. Telemedicine transfer to developing nations: an infrastructure-based model.

  • Kifle, M., Mbarika, V. & Okoli, C. TeleMedicine transfer to developing nations: a culture-based model.

  • Mbarika, V. & Samake, K. A theoretical framework for global diffusion of the Internet (GDI) in developing nations: the case of Rwanda.

  • Samake, K. & Mbarika, V. A theoretical framework for global diffusion of the Internet (GDI) in developing nations: the case of Ethiopia.

  • Samake, K. & Mbarika, V. A theoretical framework for global diffusion of the Internet (GDI) in developing nations: the case of Eritrea.

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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