Peer-reviewed scientific articles

  1. Mwandosya, G., Suero Montero, C., Mbise, E.R. (2018). Introducing mobile technology for enhancing teaching and learning at the College of Business Education in Tanzania: Teachers and students perspectives. In A. Rocha & N. Serrhini (Eds), Information Systems and Technologies to Support Learning. EMENA-ISTL 2018. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol 111. Springer. Link
  2. Mwandosya, G., Suero Montero, C., Mbise, E.R. (2018). Exploring the acceptance of mobile technology application for enhancing teaching and learning at the College of Business Education in Tanzania. In A. Rocha & N. Serrhini (Eds), Information Systems and Technologies to Support Learning. EMENA-ISTL 2018. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol 111. Springer. Link
  3. Kapinga, A.F., Suero Montero, C., Mwandosya, G.I., Mbise, E.R. (2018). Exploring the contribution of business and technology incubators to women entrepreneurs' business development in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 8(23). Link
  4. Misaki, E., Apiola, M., Gaiani S., Tedre M. (2018). Challenges facing sub-Saharan small-scale farmers in accessing farming information through mobile phones: A systematic literature review. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries. 8(4). Link
  5. Gomera, W.C., Oreku, G.S. (2018). Mobile phone: A loan monitoring tool for micro businesses. International Journal of ICT Research in Africa and the Middle East, 7(2). Link
  6. Kapinga, A.F., Suero Montero, C. (2017). Exploring the socio-cultural challenges of food processing women entrepreneurs in Irigna Tanzania and strategies used to tackle them. Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 7(17), 1-24. Link
  7. Gomera, W.C., Oreku, G.S, Apiola, M., Suhonen, J. (2017). Mobile training in micro business: Design science research for frugal innovation. In D.R. Cornish (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE Science Technology & Innovation for Africa Conference (AFRICON2017) - Advancing Technology for Humanity (pp. 501-506). IEEE. Link
  8. Mramba, N., Rumanyika, J., Apiola, M., Suhonen, J. (2017). ICT for informal workers in Sub-Saharan Africa: Systematic review and analysis. In D.R. Cornish (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE Science Technology & Innovation for Africa Conference (AFRICON2017) - Advancing Technology for Humanity (pp.507-512). IEEE.Link
  9. Kapinga, A.F., Suero Montero, C., Mbise, E.R. (2017). Mobile technology for women entrepreneurs in Iringa, Tanzania: User requirements and architectural design. In D.R. Cornish (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE Science Technology & Innovation for Africa Conference (AFRICON2017) - Advancing Technology for Humanity (pp.518-524). IEEE. Link
  10. Mwandosya, G., Suero Montero, C. (2017). Towards a mobile education tool for higher education teachers: A user requirements definition. In D.R. Cornish (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE Science Technology & Innovation for Africa Conference (AFRICON2017) - Advancing Technology for Humanity (pp. 908-914). IEEE. Link
  11. Mwandosya, G., Apiola, M., Lähde, K. (2016, to appear). Building the innovation ecosystem in Tanzania: four viewpoints to technology business incubation. To appear in Proceedings of 22nd ICE/IEEE International Technology Management Conference.
  12. Apiola, M., Munishi, E., Nangawe, A., Suhonen, J., Sutinen, E. (2016, to appear). Running a business informatics researcher training unit in Tanzania: First experiences. To appear in Proceedings of 22nd ICE/IEEE International Technology Management Conference.
  13. Mramba, N., Tulilahti, J., Apiola, M. (2016). Bookkeeping for informal workers: Co-creating with street traders. In Tackling Society's Grand Challenges with Design Science (Proceedings of DESRIST 2016), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 97-113). Springer. Link
  14. Misaki, E., Apiola, M., Gaiani, S. (2016). Technology for small scale farmers in Tanzania: A design science research approach. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 74(4), 1-15. Link
  15. Mramba, N., Apiola, M., Kolog, E.A., Sutinen, E. (2016). Technology for street traders in Tanzania: A design science research approach. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, 8(1), 121-133. Link.
  16. Gomera, W, Oreku, G.S. (2016). Mobile technology in training micro businesses: Users' requirements and architectural design. ICT Research in Africa and the Middle East, 5(2), 14-24.
  17. Kapinga, A.F., Suero Montero, C., Mbise, E.R. (2016). Investigating women entrepreneurs usage of mobile technologies for accessing market information in Iringa, Tanzania. In Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Interactive Mobile Communication, Technologies and Learning. IEEE. Link.
  18. Gomera, W.C., Apiola, M. (2015). Improving MFI-MB interaction with technology: an explorative study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. In Proceedings of the 12th IEEE AFRICON 2015 Conference.. IEEE. Link
  19. Mramba, N., Apiola, M., Sutinen, E., Msami, P., Klomsri, T., Haule, M. (2015). Empowering street vendors through technology: an explorative study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. In Proceedings of the 21st ICE/IEEE International Technology Management Conference.IEEE. Link
  20. Misaki, E., Apiola, M., Gaiani, S. (2015). Technology for agriculture: Information channels for decision making in Chamwino, Tanzania. In Proceedings of the 21st ICE/IEEE International Technology Management Conference. IEEE. Link
  21. Apiola, M., Suhonen, J., Nangawe, A., Sutinen, E. (2015). Building CS research capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa by implementing a doctoral training program. In Proceedings of the SIGCSE 2015 (pp. 633-638), ACM. Link.
  22. Mramba, N., Sutinen, E., Haule, M., Msami, P. (2014). Survey of mobile phone usage patterns among street vendors in Dar es Salaam City - Tanzania. International Journal of Information Technology and Business Management, 28(1), 1-10.

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