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Dr. Elizaphan Maina

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Name: Dr. Elizaphan Muuro Maina
Title/Qualifications:
BED. Hons. (KU, Kenya), PGD.Cs, Msc. Is,PhD Cs (UON, Kenya)
Department/Unit/Section:
CIT
Contact Address:
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Position:
  Lecturer
Area of Specialization:
Artificial intelligent systems
Research Interests:
Artificial intelligent systems
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PUBLICATIONS

Articles in refereed journals

  • Muuro, M. E., Wagacha, W. P., Kihoro, J., & Oboko, R. (2014). Students’ perceived challenges in an online collaborative learning environment: A case of higher learning institutions in Nairobi, Kenya. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 15(6)

1. Articles in Conference Proceedings

  • Gitonga, R., Muuro, M., & Nzuki, D. (2014, May). Student’s experiences of using Wiki spaces to support collaborative learning in a blended classroom: A case of Kenyatta and KCA universities in Kenya. In IST-Africa Conference Proceedings, 2014 (pp. 1-10). IEEE.
  • Maina E. Muuro, Manderick, B. and P.W. Wagacha, (2005) On Support Vector and Relevance Vector Machines, Proceedings of the 17th Belgium-Netherlands Conference on Artificial Intelligence (Pg 297-304), BNAIC.

2. Book Chapter

  • E. Muuro, P. Wagacha, and R.Oboko, “Improving Online Collaborative learning Using Machine Learning,” in Models for Improving and Optimizing Online and Blended Learning in Higher Education, Jared Keengwe and J. J. Agamba, Eds. IGI Global. Pennsylvania, USA, 2014, pp. 204–219.

3. Papers under Review

  • Machine Learning in e-learning:- use of machine learning techniques to improve the adaptability of e-learning system.
  • Machine Learning in online collaborative learning:- use of machine learning techniques to improve the collaboration process in an online learning environment.
  • Learning Mechanisms: use of social constructivism theories in online learning systems.

Participation in Workshop/Conferences

  • Attended EMC Cloud Infrastructure and service workshop in Kenya, Strathmore University, 2nd to 6th March, 2015
  • Attended AITEC East Africa ICT Summit incorporating eGov Kenya, Kenya School of Monetary Studies, Nairobi 18th and 19th February, 2015
  • Attended 6th International Conference on Appropriate Technology in Kenya, Kenyatta University, Kenyatta University Conference Center 25th to 29th November, 2014
  • Attended 12th International Conference on IT Applications and Management (ITAM-12) in Kenya, Kenyatta University Conference Center 9th July, 2014

Presentation of papers at Academic and Professional Conferences

  • E. Muuro, P. Wagacha and R.Oboko (2014) Intelligent Grouping Based on Collaboration Competence Level (IGCCL). 2014 International eLearning Innovations Conference & Expo: 29-31 July 2014, Safari Park Nairobi, Kenya
  • Gitonga, R., Muuro, M., & Nzuki, D. (2014, May). Student’s experiences of using Wiki spaces to support collaborative learning in a blended classroom: A case of Kenyatta and KCA universities in Kenya. In IST-Africa Conference Proceedings, 2014 (pp. 1-10). IEEE.
  • E. Muuro, P. Wagacha and R.Oboko (2013) Students’ Perceived Challenges in an Online Collaborative Learning Environment: A Case of higher learning institutions in Nairobi, Kenya. 2013 1st International Conference of the AVU, 20-22 November, Intercontinental Hotel; Nairobi, Kenya
  • E. Muuro, P. Wagacha and R.Oboko (2013) Intelligent Grouping Based on Collaboration Competence Level (IGCCL). 2013 International eLearning Innovations Conference & Expo: 29- 30 July 2013, Safari Park Nairobi, Kenya

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