Faculty of Information Communication Sciences and Technology
Position: Dean / Senior Lecturer
My Research interests cover Information and Communications Technologies for Development such as E-government, E-Health and E-Learning, Systems Development and Implementation Processes, Business Processes Reengineering. Current research includes E-government for decentralization in Ghana, innovation through Mobile Applications in developing countries among others.
1. Gyaase, Patrick Ohemeng, et al. "The Integration of Information and Communication Technology in Pre-University Education in Ghana: A Principal Component Analysis." Handbook of Research on Diverse Teaching Strategies for the Technology-Rich Classroom. IGI Global, 2020. 109-123.
2. Gyaase, Patrick Ohemeng, et al. "Towards an Integrated Electronic Medical Records System for Quality Healthcare in Ghana." Data Analytics in Medicine: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (2019): 117.
3. Gyaase, P O. Gyamfi, S A, Kuranchie A, (2019). Gauging the E-Readiness for the Integration of Information and Communication Technology into pre-Tertiary Education in Ghana: An Assessment of Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) IJICTE: Volume 15, Issue 2
4. Gyaase Ohemeng Patrick & Bright Koduah (2019): An Extension of the Information Systems Success Model; A Study of District Health Information Management System (DHIMS II) in Ghana: In book: Handbook on ICT in Developing Countries: Next Generation ICT Technologies, Chapter: 10; Publisher: River Publishers
5. Gyaase, P. O., Darko-Lartey, R., William, H., & Borkloe, F. (2017). Towards an Integrated Electronic Medical Records System for Quality Healthcare in Ghana: An Exploratory Factor Analysis. International Journal of Computers in Clinical Practice (IJCCP), 2(2), 38-55.
6. Gyamfi, S. A., & Gyaase, P. O. (2017). Virtualization of University Education: The Impact of ICT-Mediated Learning Environment on Students' Performance. International Journal of E-Services and Mobile Applications (IJESMA), 9(4), 24-40.
7. Samuel Adu Gyamfi · Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase · K Ansong-gyimah (2016); Designing Blended Learning Environment for Pre-service Teachers: The Moderating Role of Formative Experiment; Conference: SITE 2016, At Savannah, GA, United States
8. Gyamfi, S. A., Gyaase, P. O., & Ansong-Gyimah, K. (2016, March). Designing Blended Learning Environment for Pre-service Teachers: The Moderating Role of Formative Experiment. In Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (pp. 1724-1731). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
9. Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase · Edward Twum Anane · Attoh Armah (2015) ; The Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Knowledge Management in the Second Cycle Educational Institutions in Ghana; International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887) Volume 128; No.7, October 2015
10. Gyaase, P. O. and Samuel Adu Gyamfi (2015). Students’ perception of blended learning environment: A case study of the University of Education, Winneba, Kumasi-Campus, Ghana. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 11(1), 80-100.
11. Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase and Kwadwo Owusu (2014) “Dissemination of Climatic and Market Driven Extension Services to Smallholder Farmers in Africa Using Mobile Technology, The Case of Esoko Ghana Commodity Index” In The African Mobile Story. edited by Williams Idongesit, Knud Erik Skouby; Rivers Publishing, Aalborg, Denmark
12. P O Gyaase, A Anokye-Sarfo, Y Bediako (2014), “The Adoption of Information and Communication Technology in the Public Sector; A Study of the Financial Management in the Ghana Education Service (GES)” International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research; 2(12) 327-335.
13. Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase and Augustine Takyi (2014); “A Case for Public Financing Of Broadband Internet Infrastructure in Ghana.” International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research; 3(2) 60-68.
14. Patrick Ohemeng Kwadwo Gyaase and Williams, Idongesit (2013), "Self-Interest in Innovation Diffusion Decision Process: The Case of Extending Broadband Internet Services to Rural Areas of Ghana." Zn Nr 763 Ekonomiczne Problemy uslug NR 105 2 (2013): 45-57.
15. Gyaase, P. O. & Gyamfi, S. A. (2012): Transparency, equity and accessibility to secondary education in Ghana through E-governance: Stakeholder perspectives of the computerised school selection and placement system (CSSPS) in Ghana. International Journal of Basic Education: vol.2, issue 2: pp. 104-116
16. Takyi, Augustine, and Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase (2012) "Enhancing Security of Online Payments: A Conceptual Model for a Robust E-Payment Protocol for E-Commerce." Contemporary Research on E-business Technology and Strategy. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012. 232-239.
17. Williams, Idongesit, Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase, and Morten Falch. "Enhancing rural connectivity through an extended internet cafés business models." (2012).ITS Conference Proceedings, Bangkok 2012
Gyaase, P. O. K. (2014). RE-ENGINEERING GOVERNANCE; E-GOVERNMENT AS A TOOL FOR DECENTRALIZATION; GHANA AS A CASE STUDY. Videnbasen for Aalborg UniversitetVBN, Aalborg Universitet Aalborg University, Det Teknisk-Naturvidenskabelige Fakultet The Faculty of Engineering and Science, Center for Communication, Media and Information Technologies Center for Communication, Media and Information Technologies.
1) Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase: Preventing Failure and Ensuring success in ICT Projects. In e-Government Leadership Capacity Building: Seminar Manual, Ministry of Communication and National Information Technology Agency, June 2012
2) Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase: Technological Developments that will Impact E-government Initiatives. In e-Government Leadership Capacity Building: Seminar Manual, Ministry of Communication and National Information Technology Agency, June 2012
3) Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase: The Role of ICT and E-government in National Development. In e-Government Leadership Capacity Building Seminar, Executive Briefing Manual. Ministry of Communication and National Information Technology Agency June 2012