Master of Education (Management), University of Cape Coast, Ghana,
Master of Engineering (Computer Science and Information Technology), Hunan University, Peoples Republic of China,
BSc (Honours) (Zoology, Botany), University of Cape Coast, Ghana,
Dip. (Education),University of Cape Coast, Ghana.
PhD Project Title
Resilience, e-learning and change in tertiary education
Distinguished Professor Niki Davis
Associate Professor Una Cunningham
Expected Completion of PhD
Lecturer, Computer Science Education Unit, Department of Science and Mathematics Education, University of Cape Coast, Ghana.
Country of Origin
E-learning, Use of ICT in education, Computer networks
Ayebi-Arthur, K. & Davis, N. (2014). Evolving resilience through e-Learning: An emerging case study of change in initial teacher education programmes as a result of seismic events. Paper presented at the SITE International Symposium 2014 conference at Christchurch, New Zealand.
Ayebi-Arthur, K. (2013). Email policy for tertiary institutions – A study of University of Cape Coast. International Journal of Computing Academic Research (IJCAR), 2(5), 192-199. Available at http://www.meacse.org/ijcar/archives/30.pdf
Ayebi-Arthur, K. (2013). The management of web presence for tertiary institutions in Ghana: The case of University of Cape Coast. International Journal of Research Studies in Computing (IJRC) 2(2), 1-9. http://dx.doi.org/10.5861/ijrsc.2013.517
Ayebi-Arthur, K. (2013). Internet presence: A case for web 2.0 technology in the University of Cape Coast. International Journal of Computing Academic Research (IJCAR), 2(1), 31-35. Available at http://www.meacse.org/ijcar/archives/13.pdf
Ayebi-Arthur, K., Aidoo, D.A & Aheto, S.P.K. (2012). Including the digital divas: Female representation in ICT programmes at the University of Cape Coast – An investigation of the competencies of teachers teaching ICT in Basic Schools in the Cape Coast. International Journal of Research Studies in Computing, 1(2), 3-12. Available at http://www.consortiacademia.org/index.php/ijrsc/article/view/79
Aidoo, D. B., Akotoye, F.X.K., & Ayebi-Arthur, K. (2012). ‘Academic 419’: Locating computer crimes in the use of ICT for the management of educational systems in Ghana – The case of University of Cape Coast, Journal of Educational Management, 6, 102-111.
Ayebi-Arthur, K. (2011). Doppelganger domains: A study of the University of Cape Coast. Accepted for publication in Journal of the Science and Mathematics Education (JSME)
Ayebi-Arthur, K. (2011). Interest in ICT studies and careers: Perspectives of senior high school female science students in three districts in the central region of Ghana. Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching 12, 229-236. Available at http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/detail?accno=ED538264
Wilson, K. B., Ayebi-Arthur, K. & Tenkorang, E.Y. (2011). Integrating ICT in higher education – A case study of University of Education, Winneba. Ghana Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 5(1), 138-150. Available at http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/detail?accno=ED538533
Ayebi-Arthur, K. (2010). Attitudes and performance of students in ICT in the University of Cape Coast. International Journal of Basic Education, 1(1), 74-80. Available at http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/detail?accno=ED538184
Aggrey G. K., Anthony, S. Ayebi-Arthur, K. Essilfie J. E. & Attache, J. (2010). Distortion analysis of the sub-band coder. Journal of The Ghana Institute of Engineers, 8(1), 33-38
Beccles, C. & Ayebi-Arthur, K. (2009). Improving the quality of science instruction in primary schools in Cape Coast. Ghana Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 4(1), 103-112.
Ayebi-Arthur, K., Tenkorang, E.Y., Ntim, E.K., & Aidoo, D.A. (2009). Integrating ICT in higher education: A case study of students with visual impairment in the University of Cape Coast. Ghana International Journal of Mathematics, Science and Computing Education, (1), 53-65.Available at http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/detail?accno=ED539154
Ayebi-Arthur, K., Aidoo, D. A. & Wilson, K.B. (2009). A study on the use of the Internet in senior high schools in the Cape Coast metropolis of Ghana. Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching, (8), 131-141. Available at http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/detail?accno=ED538265