Christopher Chepken
Christopher Chepken
Lecturer of Computer Science, University of Nairobi
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Factors affecting the use of ICTs on agricultural input information by farmers in developing countries
M Kante, R Oboko, C Chepken
AIMS Agriculture and Food 1 (3), 315-329, 2016
An ICT model for increased adoption of farm input information in developing countries: A case in Sikasso, Mali
M Kante, R Oboko, C Chepken
Information processing in agriculture 6 (1), 26-46, 2019
ICTD interventions: Trends over the last decade
C Chepken, R Mugwanya, E Blake, G Marsden
Proceedings of the fifth international conference on information and …, 2012
Influence of Perception and Quality of ICT‐Based Agricultural Input Information on Use of ICTs by Farmers in Developing Countries: Case of Sikasso in Mali
M Kante, R Oboko, C Chepken
The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 83 (1 …, 2017
Development of a business process outsourcing industry in Kenya: critical success factors
TM Waema, G Odera, CNA Adeya-Weya, P Were, EM Masinde, ...
Policy brief submitted to the International Development Research Centre …, 2009
Partial least square structural equation modelling’use in information systems: An updated guideline of practices in exploratory settings
M Kante, C Chepken, R Oboko
Kabarak Journal of Research & Innovation 6 (1), 49-67, 2018
A new approach to modelling the effects of cognitive processing and threat detection on phishing susceptibility
PMW Musuva, KW Getao, CK Chepken
Computers in Human Behavior 94, 154-175, 2019
Farmers' perceptions of ICTs and its effects on access and use of agricultural input information in developing countries: Case of Sikasso, Mali
M Kante, R Oboko, C Chepken, S Hamunyela
2017 IST-Africa Week Conference (IST-Africa), 1-8, 2017
Software design for informal setups: Centring the benefits
C Chepken, E Blake
University of Cape Town, 2011
Telecommuting in the developing world: a case of the day-labour market
C Chepken
University of Cape Town, 2012
Day labour mobile electronic data capture and browsing system
C Chepken, E Blake, G Marsden
Proceedings of the South African Institute of Computer Scientists and …, 2011
A naturalistic methodology for assessing susceptibility to social engineering through phishing
P Musuva, C Chepken, K Getao
The African Journal of Information Systems 11 (3), 2, 2019
ICTs and survival tactics for the day-labour workers: Implications for design
C Chepken, E Blake, G Marsden
2013 IST-Africa Conference & Exhibition, 1-8, 2013
Improving information and communications technology (ict) knowledge and skills to develop health research capacity in Kenya
A Monroe-Wise, J Kinuthia, S Fuller, M Dunbar, D Masuda, E Opiyo, ...
Online journal of public health informatics 11 (3), 2019
Effects of farmers’ peer influence on the use of ICT-based farm input information in developing countries: a case in Sikasso, Mali
M Kante, C Chepken, R Oboko
Journal of Digital Media & Interaction 1 (1), 99-116, 2018
Methods for translating ICTs’ survey questionnaire into French and Bambara
M Kante, C Chepken, R Oboko
Knowledge and Innovation for Social and Economic Development, 2017
ICTs’ Model for Cereal Farmers in the Access and Use of Agricultural Input Information in Developing Countries: Questionnaire Validation Using SEM
M Kante, R Oboko, C Chepken
American Journal of Information Systems 5 (1), 1-12, 2017
The poor and the mobile phone related spending
CC Chepken, A Muhalia
International Journal of Computing and ICT Research 5 (1), 10-19, 2010
Revisitant les facteurs affectant l’utilisation des Tics sur l’information relative aux intrants agricoles par les paysans dans les pays en voie de développement d’Afrique et Asie
M Kante, C Chepken, R Oboko
JISTEM-Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management 14 (2), 169-189, 2017
Importance of Participant Characteristics in Software Systems Design In the Informal Sector
C Chepken
African Journal of Computing and ICT 7 (2), 2014, 2014
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