Titles of Accepted Abstracts

Titles of Papers to be Presented at the 3rd Covenant University Conference on e-Governance in Nigeria – CUCEN2016*

N Author(s) Paper Title**
1 Adeleye, Adekunbi  E-Path to Improving Legal Education Standard In Nigeria: The Right Use and Benefits, Barriers and Practical Solutions
2 Adelowo, Stephen Asonibare & Olukayode Oladele Odetokun Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) In Nigeria: A Possibility or a Mirage?
3 Adelowo, Stephen Asonibare Admissibility of Electronic Evidence Under Nigeria’s Evidence Act: A Milestone or Stumbling Block to Effective Administration of Justice?
Adeola, Gabriel Lanre & Ogunlusi, G. Citizen’s Right and Political Participation in a Democratized and Digitalized Changing World
6 Adetunji, Temitope

E-governance and E-government in Nigeria: The Pros and Cons

7 Afolayan, Oluyinka Titilope Privacy Violations, Breach of Confidentiality and Trust of Users by GSM Telecomms Service Providers in Nigeria
10 Akangbe, Ibrahim & Abdullahi Saliu Ishola Virtual Law Practice in Nigeria: Ethical Challenges and Prospects 
12 Akhakpe Ighodalo Bassey E-Government and Sustainable Development: Bridging the Digital Divide for Inclusive Growth and Development in Nigeria



Ayoade, Olusola Bamidele

An Empirical Study of Factors Influencing Users’ Intention to Use E-Government Services in Nigeria

19 Eneanya, Augustine Nduka E-Government and Challenges of Public Service Delivery to Clients in Public Institutions in Nigeria: A Case Study of University of Lagos, Lagos Nigeria
20 Ejukunemu, Joyce A. M. E-governance: The Portrait of Women in Nigeria
21 Etim, Okon Frank Sustainable Development in the Digital Age: A Recipe for Nigeria
24 Gafar, Oroyinyin Adebiyi G., Ibrahim Akangbe and G.T Ibuoye-Fadare Imperative Legal Frameworks for a Viable E-Justice System in Nigeria
 25  Joshua, Esther O. & Patience Akpan-Obong

ICTs as for Governance in Camps for Internally Displaced Persons: A Case Study of Gwoza/Bama Camp in Abuja

27 Nasir, Maruf Adeniyi Combating E-Corporate Frauds In Nigeria: Role of Financial Investigation and Disclosure Mechanisms
28 Okonji, Patrick, Monique Lhussier, Catherine Bailey & Mima Cattan Computer mediated communication and visually impaired older people

Oladeji, Florence. A, Ajetunmobi, Rukayat A. Ajayi Olasupo O., Adeniyi Adebayo & Olatunji M.,

A Hybrid of RSA Cryptography with Huffman Compression Algorithms as a Data Security Measure for Internet Users



Oladunjoye,  Olawale T. & Oyefesobi,  Olukemi, O.

Communication Infrastructure and Entrepreneurship Development in Lagos Business Metropolis

31 Olagunju, Paul et al Issues of Concern in the Adoption of Technologies in Public Sector Governance: Open Data, Big Data and Cloud Computing
32 Oligie, Clement Ndidi Comparative Study of Political Participation and Democratic Development in the Internet Age
33 Olowojolu, Olakunle & Ake Modupe Challenges of E-Governance Implementation in Nigeria
34 Olutoyin J. Oloniteru An Exploration, Analysis and Review of Cyberspace and E-Governance: Cybersecurity, Cyberlaw & Cybercrime as Fulcrum in ICT For Governance in Nigeria
35 Oluwalogbon, ‘Leke Abraham & Adedeji, Adebayo Olumide Managing Change: Transition From Traditional Bureaucratic Practices to E-Governance
 36  Sodiq Omoola

 The Prospect of Online Legal Services forAccess to Justice in Nigeria 

37 Onayinka, Toyin "Na only you waka come:” Situating Online Comments of Nigerian Newspaper Readers Within Haberma’s Public Sphere

Oshionebo, Esther Emike & Ita, Antigha Akabom

 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Teachers’ Job Performance in Secondary Schools in Cross River State

41 Remilekun, Sarumi Fausat &   Idowu Samuel Sunday E-Governance and Democratic Growth in Nigeria

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*Please note that this list does not include presentations by the Special Guest of Honour, Barr. Adebayo Shittu, Hon. Minister of Communications; the two keynote speakers, Sir Demola Aladekomo, Chairman of Smart City Resorts, Lagos and Prof. Kelechi A. Kalu, Vice Provost and Professor of Political Science, University of California, Riverside, USA. In addition, there will be two guest panels featuring presentations by experts drawn from the public and private sectors and academia as well as two workshops, tagged E-government 101, targeted mostly at public sector administrative personnel, civil servants, local government workers and ICT teachers. We anticipate that the conference will generate at least 50 research, policy and position papers covering the broad spectrum of e-governance in Nigeria.

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