Ahmed Imran

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The adoption and effective use of information and communication technologies (ICT) has the potential to yield significant benefits in the least developed countries (LDCs), which are recognized as the most vulnerable in the international community. The aim of this study was to investigate strategies to advance the use of ICT in the public sector in LDCs,(More)
Despite the potential for information systems to improve societal conditions in developing countries, a lack of cumulative knowledge building to inform interventions hampers progress. This paper reports an integrated action research – design science project that addressed the problem of limited adoption of e-government in Bangladesh and contributes to(More)
Movements of the meniscal bearing on the tibial plateau after Oxford knee arthroplasty (Biomet Orthopedics, Inc, Warsaw, Ind) reflect tibiofemoral movement. They have been shown to be load dependent. This article describes the use of a mathematical model of the knee in the sagittal plane to show that movement differences under load are caused by differences(More)
Least developed countries (LDCs), have been struggling to find a workable strategy to adopt information and communication technology (ICT) and e-government in their public sector organizations. Despite a number of high-level initiatives at national and international levels, the progress is still unsatisfactory in this area. Consequently, the countries are(More)
This paper presents the first phase of a study on using current eLearning trends in course design to overcome challenges in eLearning within developing countries, particularly for non-tertiary training providers. The paper outlines the research and development of an ICT artefact using the Action Design Research method. The artefact will later be deployed(More)