Behavioral Informatics Digital Humanities & Development Research
An ICT University USA - Foundations Endowed International Pan-African Journal Publication in Collaboration with the The Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques (SMART) in Africa - Published Quarterly and Disseminated Open Access Free
Prof. Wada, F.J
Professor of Management & Public Policy Informatics
Barney School of Business
University of Hartford
West Hartford, Connecticut, USA
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Ehichioya, Innocent, Okodugha, Dauda A. & Adoga, Emmanuel
Sarumi J.A. & Adelodun, (PhD)
Onwuama T.U., Okpalla C.L. & Enyindah P.
Towards Enhanced Security for E-Voting Systems – A Review of Existing Techniques
Agbor, S. & Igweh, F.K.
Ikenna L. Ezea
Ibanga Isaac Jonah & Ituen Uwem J.
Olugbenro, S.O., Ojo, O.I., Okoye, P.C.N (PhD) & Nwagwu, A.
Banjo, K.A., Oloyede, F.A. & Saka, T.S.
Sarumi J.A. (PhD) & Okunoye, A. (PhD)
Edom, E.U. (PhD, CLN, AWLIN) & Ibegbulam, K.
Olaniyan, A.B., Oyekunle, O.O. & Anih E.M.
Longe, O.B, Onawola, H.J, Okolo, O., Adegbenro, D.A., Wada, F & Chiemeke, S. & Durosinmi, A.
Morka, E.O., Nwabudike, F.C. & Okowa-Nwaebi, L.
Konyeha, S. & Ngonadi, V.I.
Ikuomola A. J. & Nwanze M.N.
Osa, E & Konyeha, S
Osuchukwu, C.L., Meremikwu, B,C., Obaseki, E., Onuoha, B & Unuogu, C.C.
Amao, F.A., Oladapo, D.I. & Ajani, T.O.
Ahmed El-murdi Saeed Omar
Edom, Eunice Uchechi & Onuegbu, Remigius Chinedu
Ogunsola, K. & Olojo, T.P.
Agbor, S., Ogana, M & Dieyi, G.P.
Ezea, I. L.
Vol 6. No 1, March 2020 Series
Oduntan, E.B. & Abas, A.
Raji, S.T., Bamidele, A.G., Popoola, T.A. & Buari, I.A.
Echebiri, W. & Ochei, L.C.
Ugwu, G.U (PhD)
Siyaka, H.O., Owolabi, O. & Hashim, B.I.
Nura, T. A., Ibrahim, M., Ibrahim, A., Umar, A.M. & *Ibrahim, M.I.
Alao, K. A., Yusuf, Y., Alarape, M. A. & Ndakotsu, A. A.
Atiku, A.U. & Sajoh, D.I.
Abatan, S. & Abatan, T.
Vol 5. 2019 Series
Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Education on Students’ Business Innovation and Value: Evidence from Selected Universities in South- West, Nigeria
Ajose, O.A., Brimah, A.N., Abdulraheem, I. & Zekeri, A.
Olorunlambe, G.A., Abdulraheem, I. & Zekeri, A
Onwobi , G. & Marwa, H.
Mbagwu, J.U (PhD) & Obileye, A.A.
Aderogba, A. Ademola
Owolewa, M.A., Mustapha, ‘R.O. (PhD) & Brimah, A.N (PhD)
Ademola, E. O.
Vol .4 2018 Series
Oloyede, A., Adedara, O., Nwaocha Vivian .O., Ogunlana, D., Adeyemi, B. & Longe, O.
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The Journal of Behavioral informatics, Digital Humanities and Development Research is An ICT University USA - Foundations Endowed International Pan-African Journal Publication in Collaboration with the The Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques (SMART) in Africa - Published Quarterly and Disseminated Open Access Free. It aims to provide a platform for discourses on the informatics of behaviors so as to obtain behavior intelligence and behavior insights. Articles focusing on applied behavior analysis and digital humanities from the psychological perspective, socio-cultural context, development issues, computational theories, systems, criminology, peace and conflict studies, economics of behaviour, social artificial intelligence, IoT, qualitative and quantitatively model, behavior management, within individuals, groups and organizations are welcomed. We also accept papers whose discourses are on the classic study of behavioral, including behavior modeling, applied behavior analysis, behavior analysis, organizational behavior. individual and group behavior formation, representation, computational modeling, analysis, learning, simulation, and understanding of behavior impact, utility, non-occurring behaviors, behavior intervention and management. The Journal promotes and accepts research articles, technical papers, short communications, work in progress and position papers. It also publishes extended versions of papers presented during the International Multidisciplinary (iSTEAMS) Conferences and other conferences disseminating cutting edge research content that fits within the scope of the Journal. Authors are welcomed to submit articles via email@example.com
Prof. Wada, Fiday Josiah
Professor of Management & Policy Informatics
Barney School of Business
University of Hartford
West Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Prof. Longe Olumide Babatope
Distinguished Fulbright Scholar
& Chair - American University of Nigeria
EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
Ime Obot, Ph.D.
King Fahd University, Saudi Arabia
Bojaji Adefolarin MSc, ZCP
Purdue University, Indianapolis, USA.
Prof. Emmanuel Ojo Ademola
Centre for Citizenship and Leadership Galaxy
London, United Kingdom
Colin S. Thakur PhD
Durban University of Technology, South Africa
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