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Dr. Gyaase Patrick Ohemeng (PHD)

Faculty:Information Communication Sciences and Technology(ICST) 

Position: Dean of Faculty

Contacts:

Office Address: Catholic University College of Ghana
 P.O. Box 363, Sunyani, B/A

 
          
Education        
  • PHD, Information Technology, Aalborg (Denmark), MSc. Information Technology, Univ. of West England, Bristol

Publications

  • 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

  • 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

  • Williams, Idongesit, Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase, and Morten Falch. "Enhancing rural connectivity through an extended internet cafés business models." (2012).ITS Conference Proceedings, Bangkok 2012

  • Patrick Ohemeng Kwadwo Gyaase and Williams, Idongesit, "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

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase and Asante Audrey (2014) “Stimulating ICT Entrepreneurship in Ghana. The Long Way Forward” Journal of Information Technology. 1(2) 1-14

  • 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 University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 11(1), 80-100.

  • Samuel Adu Gyamfi • Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase • K Ansong-gyimah; Designing Blended Learning Environment for Pre-service Teachers: The Moderating Role of Formative Experiment; Conference: SITE 2016, At Savannah, GA, United States

  • Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase • Edward Twum Anane • Attoh Armah ; 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

Book Chapters         
  • 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. eds Williams Idongesit, Knud Erik Skouby; Rivers Publishing, Aalborg, Denmark

Technical Papers         
  • 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

  • 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

  • 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






   
 
 
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