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
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
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
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
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 19 (3/4), 209-225, 2023
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 22 (1), 21-45, 2020
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
R Apau, FN Koranteng, S Adu
Journal of Information 5 (1), 39-59, 2019
The role of norms in information security policy compliance
I Wiafe, FN Koranteng, A Wiafe, EN Obeng, W Yaokumah
Information & Computer Security 28 (5), 743-761, 2020
An overview of the digital forensic investigation infrastructure of Ghana
R Apau, FN Koranteng
Forensic Science International: Synergy 2, 299-309, 2020
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 41 (4), 712-730, 2022
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
The role of usability, aesthetics, usefulness and primary task support in predicting the perceived credibility of academic social networking sites
FN Koranteng, J Ham, I Wiafe, U Matzat
Behaviour & Information Technology 41 (16), 3617-3632, 2022
Speed monitoring and controlling systems for road vehicle safety: a systematic review.
ZA Armah, I Wiafe, FN Koranteng, E Owusu
Advances in Transportation Studies 56, 2022
Controlling driver over-speeding with a persuasive and intelligent road marking system.
I Wiafe, JD Abdulai, F Katsriku, JA Kumi, FN Koranteng, ...
Advances in transportation studies 50, 2020
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
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
Investigating User Perceptions of Persuasive Design Elements that Influence Perceived Credibility
FN Koranteng, J Ham, I Wiafe
International Conference on Persuasive Technology, 164-177, 2021
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
Supporting to be Credible: Investigating Perceived Social Support as a Determinant of Perceived Credibility
FN Koranteng, J Ham, U Matzat, I Wiafe
International Conference on Persuasive Technology, 109-119, 2022
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