BOOK, BOOK CHAPTERS, PAPER AND ARTICLE PUBLICATIONS

BOOK

i. Sanga, C., Magesa, M. & Kayunze, K. (2011). eLearning Technology-Enabling Science Education to Female Students: The Case Study of Tanzania Universities , Lap Lambert Academic Publishing Ag & Co Kg, ISBN: 9783844381856, Germany. URL: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Learning-Technology-enabling-Science-Education-

Students/dp/3844381856

ii. Sanga, C., Kadeghe, F. & Kilima, F.T.M. (2012). Projects Monitoring and Evaluation Information System, Lap Lambert Academic Publishing Ag & Co Kg, ISBN 9783845420271, Germany. URL: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Projects-Monitoring-Evaluation- Information-System/dp/3845420278/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1338881961&sr=1-2

2. BOOK CHAPTERS

i. Shirima, C., & Sanga, C. A. (2017). Assessment of Contribution of ICT for Sustainable Livelihoods in Kilosa District. In T. Tossy (Ed.), Information Technology Integration for Socio-Economic Development (pp. 260-283). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-0539-6.ch010

ii. Kipanyula, M. J., Sanga, C. A., Geofrey, A. M., & Fue, K. G. (2015). On Piloting Web-Based Rabies Surveillance System for Humans and Animals: Web-Based Rabies Surveillance System. In T. Iyamu, & A. Tatnall (Eds.) Maximizing Healthcare Delivery and Management through Technology Integration (pp. 305-323). Hershey, PA: Medical Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-9446-0.ch017

iii. Sanga, C. A., & Kibirige, G. (2015). Applying Kolb Learning Experiential Theory with Cloud Computing in Higher Education Institutions: Tanzania. In N. Rao (Ed.), Enterprise Management Strategies in the Era of Cloud Computing (pp. 104-136). Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-8339-6.ch005

REPRINT: Sanga, C. A., & Kibirige, G. (2016). Applying Kolb Learning Experiential Theory with Cloud Computing in Higher Education Institutions: Tanzania. In Web-Based Services: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 1968-2000). Hershey,

PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-9466-8.ch087

iv. Sanga,  C.  A.,  Tumbo,   S.   D.,   &   Mlozi,   M.   R.   (2014).   System   Design   and  ICT Adoption  in   Agricultural   Extension   Services   Delivery   in   Tanzania.   In    K.     Bwalya     (Ed.),     Technology     Development     and     Platform     Enhancements for  Successful  Global  E-Government   Design   (pp.   282-306).   Hershey,   PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-4900-2.ch015, ISBN13: 9781466649002, ISBN10: 1466649003, EISBN13: 9781466649019

v. Sife, A.S., Lwoga, E.T. and Sanga, C. (2009). New technologies for teaching and learning: challenges for higher learning institutions in developing countries. IN: Mukherjee, D. (ed) Information and Communication Technology: Changing Education. India: Icfai University Press. pp: 160 – 175. ISBN: 978 314 2308.

vi. Sanga, C., Churi, A.J. and Tumbo, S. Status, Opportunities, Potential and Challenges of Technology-Mediated Open and Distance Education (Tech-MODE) for Agricultural Education and Improved Livelihoods A case study of Tanzania, July 2007. Commonwealth of Learning (COL) for Technology-Medicated Open and Distance Education for Agricultural Education and Improved Livelihoods in Sub-Saharan Africa: country case studies, Vancouver, Canada. pp.113-133. URL: http://www.col.org/SiteCollectionDocuments/TechMODE_report_online.pdf

3. JOURNAL ARTICLES

vii. Barakabitze, A. A., Fue, K. G., Kitindi, E. J., & Sanga, C. A. (2016). Developing a Framework for Next Generation Integrated Agro Food-Advisory Systems in  Developing Countries. International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development (IJICTHD), 8(4), 13-31. doi:10.4018/IJICTHD.2016100102

viii. Kiberiti, B. S., Sanga, C. A., Mussa, M., Tumbo, S. D., Mlozi, M. R., & Haug, R. (2016). Farmers' Access and Use of Mobile Phones for Improving the Coverage of Agricultural Extension Service: A Case of Kilosa District, Tanzania. International Journal of ICT Research in Africa and the Middle East (IJICTRAME), 5(1), 35-57. doi:10.4018/IJICTRAME.2016010103

ix. Al Lily, A., Foland, J., Stoloff, D., Gogus, A., Erguvan, I., Awshar, M., Tondeur, J.,

Hammond, M., Venter, I., Jerry, P., Vlachopoulos, D., Oni, A., Liu, Y., Badosek, R., López de la Madrid, M., Mazzoni, E., Lee, H., Kinley, K., Kalz, M., Sambuu, U., Bushnaq, T., Pinkwart, N., Adedokun-Shittu, N., Zander, P., Oliver, K., Pombo, L., Sali, J., Gregory, S., Tobgay, S., Joy, M., Elen, J., Jwaifell, M., Said, M., Al-Saggaf, Y.,

Naaji, A., White, J., Jordan, K., Gerstein, J., Yapici, İ., Sanga, C., Nleya, P., Sbihi, B., Lucas, M., Mbarika, V., Reiners, T., Schön, S., Sujo-Montes, L., Santally, M., Häkkinen, P., Al Saif, A., Gegenfurtner, A., Schatz, S., Vigil, V., Tannahill, C., Partida, S., Zhang, Z., Charalambous, K., Moreira, A., Coto, M., Laxman, K., Farley, H., Gumbo, M., Simsek, A., Ramganesh, E., Birzina, R., Player-Koro, C., Dumbraveanu, R., Ziphorah, M., Mohamudally, N., Thomas, S., Romero, M., Nirmala, M., Cifuentes, L., Osaily, R., Omoogun, A., Seferoglu, S., Elçi, A., Edyburn, D., Moudgalya, K., Ebner, M., Bottino , R., Khoo, E., Pedro, L., Buarki, H., Román-Odio, C., Qureshi, I., Khan, M., Thornthwaite, C., Kerimkulova, S., Downes, T., Malmi, L., Bardakci, S., Itmazi, J., Rogers, J., Rughooputh, S., Akour, M., Henderson, J., de Freitas, S. and Schrader, P. (2016). Academic domains as political battlegrounds: A global enquiry by 99 academics in the fields of education and technology. Information Development. doi: 10.1177/0266666916646415.

x. Kipanyula, M. J., Geofrey, A. M., Fue, K. G., Mlozi, M. R., Tumbo, S. D., Haug, R., & Sanga,

C. A. (2016). Web and Mobile Phone Based Rabies Surveillance System for Humans and Animals in Kilosa District, Tanzania. International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development (IJICTHD), 8(2), 47-59.

doi:10.4018/IJICTHD.2016040104

xi. Fue, K. and Sanga, C. (2015) Remote Scheduling System for Drip Irrigation System Using Geographic Information System. Journal of Geographic Information System, 7, 551-563. doi: 10.4236/jgis.2015.75044.

xii. Barakabitze, A. A., Kitindi, E. J., Sanga, C., Shabani, A., Philipo, J., & Kibirige, G. (2015). New technologies for disseminating and communicating agriculture knowledge and information (AKI): Challenges for Agricultural Research Institutes (ARI) in Tanzania. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 70, 2, 1-22

xiii. Sanga, C. & Venter I. M. (2015). Algorithm for the evaluation of Free and Open Source Software when the Evaluator is "Uncertain”, International Journal of Management Science and Information Technology (IJMSIT); Vol 3, Issue 17, 36 – 55

xiv. Njelekela, C. & Sanga, C. (2015). Contribution of Information and Communication Technology in Improving Access to Market Information among Smallholder Farmers: The case study of Kilosa District, International Journal of Management Science and Information Technology (IJMSIT); Vol 3, Issue 17, 56 - 71

xv. Barakabitze, A. A., Kitindi, E. J., Sanga, C., Kibirige, G., & Makwinya, N. (2015). Exploring Students' Skills and Attitudes on Effective Use of ICTs: Case Study of Selected Tanzanian Public Secondary Schools. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 3(6), 407-425.

xvi. Kibirige, G. W., & Sanga, C. (2015). A Survey on Detection of Sinkhole Attack in Wireless Sensor Network. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, 13 (5), 1-9, available at https://www.academia.edu/12698086/A_Survey_on_Detection_of_Sinkhole_Attack_in_Wireless_Sensor_Network

xvii. Mshangi, M., Nfuka, E. N., Sanga, C. (2015). Using Soft Systems Methodology and Activity Theory to Exploit Security of Web Applications against Heartbleed Vulnerability,

International Journal of Computing and ICT Research (IJCIR), 8 (2), 32 - 52

xviii. Kitindi, E. J., Alex, A., Sanga, C., Shabani, A., Kibirige, G., Phillip, J., & Oketchi, J. (2014). Mobile phone based payment authentication system: An intervention for customers‟ bank account fraud in Tanzania, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Research, 4 (9), 325 - 337

xix. Emmanuel, P., Sanga, C., & Magalla, Asherry B. P. (2014). Realising the Potential of ICT in Human Rights Promotion in Tanzania, Working Paper Series on ICT for Development, 4 (1), 110-136

xx. Sanga, C., Mussa, M., Tumbo, S., Mlozi, M., Muhiche, L., & Haug, R. (2014). On the Development of the Mobile based Agricultural Extension System in Tanzania: A Technological Perspective. International Journal of Computing & ICT Research, 8(1), 49-67

xxi. Nfuka, E. N., Sanga, C., & Mshangi, M. (2014). The Rapid Growth of Cybercrimes Affecting Information Systems in the Global: Is this a Myth or Reality in Tanzania?. International Journal of Information Security Science, 3(2), 182-199.

xxii. Sanga, C., Kalungwizi, V., and Msuya, C. (2014). Bridging Gender Gaps in Provision of Agricultural Extension Service using ICT: Experiences from SUA FVR project in Tanzania, International Journal of ICT Research and Development in Africa (IJICTRDA), 4 (1), 1- 19

xxiii. Sanga, C., Magesa, M., Chingonikaya, E., and Kayunze, K. (2013). Can e-learning promote participation of female students in STEM disciplines in higher learning institutions of Tanzania?. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT, ISSN: 1814-0556, 9(3), pp. 86-102

xxiv. Sanga, C., Tumbo, S.D., Mlozi, M.R.S, and Kilima, F. T.M. (2013). Stakeholders‟ Analysis using Value Chain Analysis: AHP in action. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Technology and Business (ISITB), ISBN: ISSN 1923-970X (Print), ISSN 1923-9718 (On-line), ISSN 1923-9726 (CD-ROM), Volume 1, Issue 2, pp. 85 - 104

xxv. Sanga, C., Kadeghe, F., Nicodemus, N., and Kilima, F.T.M. (2013). Web-based System for Monitoring and Evaluation of Agricultural Projects‟. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Technology and Business (ISITB), ISBN: ISSN 1923-970X (Print), ISSN 1923-9718 (On-line), ISSN 1923-9726 (CD-ROM), Volume 1, Issue 1, North American Institute of Science & Information, pp. 17-43

xxvi. Sanga, C., Kalungwizi, V., and Msuya, C. (2013). Building agricultural extension services system supported by ICTs in Tanzania: Progress made, Challenges remain. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT, ISSN: 1814-0556, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 80-99

xxvii. Sanga, C.; Mlozi, M.R.S.; Tumbo, S.; Mussa, M.; Shetto, M.C.R.; Mwamkinga, G.H. and Haug.

R. (2013). On search for strategies to increase the coverage of agricultural extension service: Web based Farmers' Advisory Information System, International Journal of Computing and ICT Research (IJCIR), ISSN 1996-1065 (online), ISSN 1818-1139 (print), 7 (1), pp. 42-55

xxviii. Sanga, C., and Buzingo, J. (2013). Factors Influencing the Adoption and Use of ICT by Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Tanzania: A Case Study of Kilosa District, ICT for Development Working Paper Series, Volume 3, Issue 2, ISSN 2307- 0099, pp.77-93

xxix. Sife, A., Lwoga, E., and Sanga, C. (2007). New technologies for teaching and learning: Challenges for higher learning institutions in developing countries. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT [Online], Vol. 3, Issue 2, pp. 57-67, ISSN: 1814-0556.

URL: http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu/viewarticle.php?id=246

xxx. Sanga, C. & Venter, I. M. (2009). Is a multi-criteria evaluation tool reserved for experts? The

Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation (EJISE).Volume 12, Issue 2, pp. 165 – 176,

ISSN 1566-6379. URL: www.ejise.com/issue/download.html?idArticle=556

xxxi. Sanga, C., Kilima, J. and Busagala, L.S. P. (2010). Optimizing Internet Bandwidth in Higher Learning Institutions: A Case of Sokoine University of Agriculture. International Journal of Computing and ICT Research, Vol. 4, Issue 2, pp. 27-36, ISSN 1996-1065 URL: http://www.ijcir.org/volume 4-number2/article3.pdf

4 PAPERS IN PROCEEDINGS & CONFERENCE PAPERS

xxxii. Fue, K. G., Tumbo, S.D., & Sanga, C.A. (2015). Experts‟ Assignment Algorithm for Cloud- based Agro-advisory Service Information System (CASIS) using Weighted Sum Model: Piloting CASIS. Beyond Connectivity: The Road to NREN Maturity, UbuntuNet-Connect 2015, 19-20 November 2015, Maputo, Mozambique: http://www.ubuntunet.net/uc2015_cfp

xxxiii. Sanga, C., Sumari, N., and Siza, D. (2013). On the Development of Climate Data Visualization tool for Interpretation of Empirical Results from Climate Model: Does it add Value to Different Stakeholders?, Proceedings of the 6th UbuntuNet Alliance annual conference, Pages 213-226

xxxiv. Mlozi, M.R.S., Sanga, C., Tumbo, S., Shetto, M.C. and Mwamkinga, G.H. (2012). The Role of Mobile Phones Towards Improving Coverage of Agricultural Extension Services: Preliminary Findings from Kilosa District, Tanzania, 1st EPINAV Annual Scientific Conference, 17 – 18 December 2012 Hilux Morogoro

xxxv. Sanga, C., Lwoga, E.T., and Venter, I.M., "Open Courseware as a Tool for Teaching and Learning in Africa," tedc, pp. 55-56, ISBN: 0-7695-2633-0, Fourth IEEE International Workshop on Technology for Education in Developing Countries (TEDC'06), 2006. URL: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/TEDC.2006.23

xxxvi. Chilimo, W. L. and Sanga, C. Towards Effective Knowledge Management Practices for Agricultural Information Specialists in Tanzania, SCECSAL XVII, Volume 1, pp 124-139. ISBN 9987 9086 1 6, XVII Standing Conference of Eastern, Central & Southern Africa Library & Information Associations, 2006. URL: http://www.tla.or.tz/scecsal2006/Volume1.pdf

xxxvii. Sanga, C. and Lwoga, E.T., Sustainability of donor funded ICT Projects in Higher Learning Education – case study of SUA, International Conference on Inter-disciplinary research, 11th – 12th August 2005, University of Zambia (UNZA) under VLIR-UNZA IUC Programme, p. 27, Lusaka, Zambia

xxxviii. Sife, A.S., Sanga, C., and Lwoga, E.T., New Technologies for teaching and learning: Challenges for Higher Learning Institutions in Developing Countries, Tanzania Society of Agricultural Engineers, TSAE, 21st - 23rd November, 2005, SUA, Morogoro, Tanzania.

xxxix. Lwoga E.T, Sanga, C., Kazwala R.R. And Mganilwa Z.M. (2006). Using free and open source software for e-learning system in Tanzania, Sustainability of ICT in Education Workshop, 5th International Congress on Higher Education, Havana, Cuba, February 13th – 17th, 2006.

xl. Sanga, C. and Venter, I. M. (2006). Using Soft Systems Methodology to Understand how to Exploit Learning Technologies in Developing Countries, Education Students' Regional Research Conference organized by Five Higher Learning Institutions of Western Cape, November 2006, PET-University of the Western Cape, South Africa

xli. Sanga, C., Venter, I.M., and Agbinya, J.I. A Comparative Study Between Qualitative Weight Sum and Analytic Hierarchy Process Methodologies, Annual Conference of the South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists, Fish River Sun, Sunshine Coast, South Africa, Sept 30 - 3 October, 2007. URL: www.nmmu.ac.za/saicsit/2007/programme.htm

OTHER RESEARCH WRITINGS

Ph.D Thesis. (Unpublished). A Technique for the Evaluation of Free and Open Source e- Learning Systems (2010), University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa

MSc. Dissertation . (Unpublished). Web Enabled Data warehouse – Banking System as case study (2004), Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.

BSc. Final Year Project. (Unpublished). Analysis, Design and Implementation of Estate Management and Control System (2001), University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

 

EXTENSION, OUTREACH AND CONSULTANCY EXPERIENCE

i. From 2014 to date – I am part of SUA staff administering a mobile and web based farmers‟ advisory information system. The agro-advisory services are offered to at least 672 farmers in Kilosa District and other Districts of Tanzania through their Mobile Phones in real time (http://ushaurikilimo.org/index.php).

ii. In 2014 / 2015, I was part of team engaged to develop Information System for Monitoring and Evaluation Projects under Enhancing Pro-poor Innovations in Natural Resources and Agricultural Value-chains (EPINAV), SUA

iii. In December 2012 – February 2013, I was part of the team engaged to revise SUA ICT policy and guidelines

iv. In February & November 2013, I was part of resource persons engaged to train SUA academic staff on the use of IT in teaching and learning under University Teaching and Learning Improvement Programme (UTLIP)

v. In November 2011 - March 2012, I was part of six-man consultancy team engaged by the NATIONAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS to carry out a consultancy titled: “ICT Needs Assessment” through Mzumbe University, The study covered ICT needs assessment for the National Bureau of Statistics, A 66-page report was prepared, submitted and accepted by the client (i.e. NBS and World Bank – USA).

vi. In September – November 2012, I was part of consultancy team from Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda engaged to revise ICT Master plan & ICT policy for Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA)

vii. In 2012, I was a chairman of a team engaged in developing Software Requirements Specification Document for SUA Students‟ Information System (SUASIS)

  1. E-learning and Problem Based Learning (2015-2016), Funded by DANIDA, Position: Project leader in e-learning group at SUA
  2. The role of mobile phones towards improving coverage of agricultural extension services: a case study of maize value chain, Funded by Norway (2012– 2016), Position: Assistant Project Leader
  3. Monitoring and Evaluation for 17 Projects under Enhancing Pro-poor Innovations in Natural Resources and Agricultural Value-chains (EPINAV) at SUA, Funded by Norway (2012 – 2016), Position: Team member
  4. Impacts of climate variability and change on agricultural systems in Eastern Africa while enhancing the region‟s capacity to undertake integrated assessment of vulnerabilities to future changes in climate – AGMIP, (2012 – 2014), Funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID), UK Department for International Development‟s (UKaid) and the US Department of Agriculture, Position: Team member
  5. Farmer Voice Radio (FVR) Project : Building a radio - based, impact driven small farmer extension service system (September 2011 – June 2012), Funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, 2012; Position: researcher
  6. Gender-based potential benefits and weaknesses of e-learning technology in higher learning institutions of Tanzania: the case of participation of female students in Science, Mathematics and Technology disciplines. Funded by Forum for African Women Educationalists-FAWE (2005-2006), Position: Project leader

 

i. Teaching at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)

Since 2002, I have been involved in teaching undergraduate courses. These courses includes: CIT100 – Computer applications, INF210 – Human Computer Interaction, INF300 – Information System Analysis and Design, INF 302 – Database Implementation and Management, 309 – IT security, INF 210 – Research methodology for computing and information management

ii. Teaching at Mzumbe University

In 2015/2016, I am involved in teaching the following course as part time lecturer: ICT 6104:

Advanced Database and Data Modeling

iii. Teaching at University of Dodoma

In 2011, I was involved in teaching the following courses as part time lecturer: MG 100 - Introduction to Information and Communication Technology, MG 203 – Database management system and MG 204 – Information resource management

iv. Teaching at Iringa University College of Tumaini University

In 2006, I was involved as part time lecturer in teaching a course titled “introduction to computer application” for undergraduate students

v. Supervision of Field Practical Training (FPT) at SUA

Since 2010, I have been involved in supervising FPT for students taking Certificate in information technology, Diploma in Information technology and BSc. Informatics.

vi. Supervision of Final year special research project (SP) at SUA

Since 2010, I have been supervising over 20 students in their SP. My research area of interest has primarily been ICT for Development.

vii. Examination of Thesis / Dissertation

  • In 2015, I have examined two PhD Dissertations from School of Computational and Communication Science and Engineering (COCSE), The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST), Arusha
  • In 2014, I have examined one MSc. thesis from Faculty of ICT, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
  • In 2016, I am expecting to examine one PhD thesis from Department of Computer Science, University of the Western Cape, South Africa

viii. Supervision of postgraduate students

  • Name of student undertaking masters of rural development at SUA: KIBERITI BOAZ.S. REG: HD/T/SUA/DSI/61/2012, “Access and use of mobile phones for improving the coverage of agricultural extension services: a case study of Kilosa district” – 2013 / 2014,

Role: main supervisor

  • Name of student undertaking Master of Science in Agricultural and Extension Education at Ohio State University: Elizabeth Lucas Isaya, “Sources of Agricultural Information for Women Farmers in Tanzania” – 2013 / 2014, Role: co-supervisor with Dr. Robert Agunga and Dr. Robert J. Birkenholz.
  • Name of student undertaking PhD in IT security at Open University of Tanzania: Maduhu Mshangi, “Enhancement of Information systems security in Education Sector.” – 2014 / 2017, Role: co-supervisor with Dr. Edephonce Ngemera Nfuka

Head of Department of Informatics, Faculty of Science, Sokoine University of Agriculture (January 2011 to date)

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Managing the Department ICT infrastructure
  • Managing students records in SUASIS
  • Assisting in planning, budgeting and reporting activities
  • Training staff and other users in the use Information and Communication Technology for teaching
  • Representing the Department in different University meetings related to appointment and human resources, budgeting, examinations, quality assurance, research and technology transfer.
  • Chairing all departmental meetings
  • Planning of the curriculum for each course of BSc. Informatics
  • Coordinating of the lecturing personnel in the Department
  • Vote holder for the Department
  • Coordinating the development of new curricular for the Department
  • Coordination of teaching of all courses hosted in our department
  • Supervising the curricular revision for BSc. Informatics and BSc. with Education (Informatics & Mathematics) as per University Qualification Framework provided by Tanzania Commission of Universities (TCU)

 

ii. Member, SUA Procurement Management Unit (PMU) (2012 – 2015)

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Advise the SUA Management on matters pertaining to the procurement of goods and services and logistics management;
  • Monitor adherence to procurement process and procedures as per Public Procurement Act;
  • Develop an annual procurement Plan for the university;
  • Procure, maintain and manage supplies, materials and services to support the logistical requirements of the university;
  • Maintain and monitor distribution of office supplies and materials;
  • Maintain and update inventory of goods, supplies and materials;
  • Provide Secretariat services to the university Tender Board as per Public Procurement Act;
  • Set specifications/standards for goods and services procured and monitor adherence to them to ensure value for money; and
  • Prepare action plan, progress reports and budgets for the Unit.