Felix Nti Koranteng
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An Empirical Study of the Relationship Between Social Networking Sites and Students’ Engagement in Higher Education
FN Koranteng, I Wiafe, E Kuada
Journal of Educational Computing Research 57 (5), 1131-1159, 2019
402019
Factors that promote knowledge sharing on academic social networking sites: An empirical study
FN Koranteng, I Wiafe
Education and Information Technologies 24 (2), 1211-1236, 2019
272019
Understanding trust on social networking sites among tertiary students: An empirical study in Ghana
FN Koranteng, I Wiafe, FA Katsriku, R Apau
Applied Computing and Informatics, 2020
112020
CYBER-CRIME AND ITS EFFECTS ON E-COMMERCE TECHNOLOGIES
R Apau, FN Koranteng, S Adu
Journal of Information 5 (1), 39-59, 2019
62019
Impact of Cybercrime and Trust on the Use of E-Commerce Technologies: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior.
R Apau, FN Koranteng
International Journal of Cyber Criminology 13 (2), 2019
52019
An empirical investigation into the perceived effectiveness of collaborative software for students’ projects
FN Koranteng, FK Sarsah, E Kuada, SA Gyamfi
Education and Information Technologies 25 (2), 1085–1108, 2020
42020
Factors that affect acceptance and use of information systems within the Maritime industry in developing countries: The case of Ghana
I Wiafe, FN Koranteng, T Tettey, FA Kastriku, JD Abdulai
Journal of Systems and Information Technology, 2019
42019
Artificial Intelligence for Cybersecurity: A Systematic Mapping of Literature
I Wiafe, FN Koranteng, EN Obeng, N Assyne, A Wiafe, SR Gulliver
IEEE Access 8, 146598-146612, 2020
32020
Persuasive social features that promote knowledge sharing among tertiary students on social networking sites: An empirical study
I Wiafe, FN Koranteng, E Owusu, AO Ekpezu, SA Gyamfi
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2020
32020
Biometric authentication schemes and methods on mobile devices: a systematic review
AO Ekpezu, EE Umoh, FN Koranteng, JA Abandoh-Sam
Modern Theories and Practices for Cyber Ethics and Security Compliance, 172-192, 2020
22020
Assessing the impact of persuasive features on user’s intention to continuous use: the case of academic social networking sites
I Wiafe, FN Koranteng, FA Kastriku, GO Gyamera
Behaviour & Information Technology, 1-19, 2020
12020
The role of norms in information security policy compliance
I Wiafe, FN Koranteng, A Wiafe, EN Obeng, W Yaokumah
Information & Computer Security, 2020
12020
Factors that influence user perception of ubiquitous monitoring environments: An empirical study in a developing country
I Wiafe, FN Koranteng, E Owusu, S Alimo
Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, 1-15, 2021
2021
Antecedents of Social Commerce Adoption in Developing Countries: An Empirical Study
FN Koranteng, R Boateng, R Apau
Research Anthology on E-Commerce Adoption, Models, and Applications for …, 2021
2021
An overview of the digital forensic investigation infrastructure of Ghana
R Apau, FN Koranteng
Forensic Science International: Synergy, 2020
2020
Controlling driver over-speeding with a persuasive and intelligent road marking system.
I Wiafe, J Abdulai, F Katsriku, JA Kumi, FN Koranteng, ...
Advances in transportation studies 50, 2020
2020
Predicting Engagement on Collaborative Learning Systems: Perceptions of Postgraduate Students
SA Gyamfi, FN Koranteng, R Apau, K Ansong-Gyimah
Proceedings of the 2020 9th International Conference on Educational and …, 2020
2020
Towards a Student Security Compliance Model (SSCM): Factors Predicting Student Compliance Intention to Information Security Policy
FN Koranteng
Modern Theories and Practices for Cyber Ethics and Security Compliance, 204-216, 2020
2020
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Deterrence Theory in Information Security Compliance: New Insights From a Developing Country.
FN Koranteng, R Apau, J Opoku-Ware, AO Ekpezu
Modern Theories and Practices for Cyber Ethics and Security Compliance, 140-151, 2020
2020
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