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About

Julian Bass is researching how communities adapt and use digital technologies. He has published findings in ICT for International Development, agile software development methodologies and socio-technical systems engineering (See Citation List).

 

Dr Bass is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) at University of Salford, Co-Chair of the IFIP Working Group Conference on the Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2017 and a Senior Editor of the Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC).

Bio

Julian was formerly secretary of the IFIP Working Group on the Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries.

Previously Dr Bass was the Higher Education IT Advisor at the Higher Education Strategy Centre (an agency of the Ministry of Education) in Ethiopia.

He co-authored and edited the national Computing Guidance Notes and Benchmark document now in use in the country.

ICT for Development Education

An Early-Stage ICT Maturity Model

An Early-Stage ICT Maturity Model

Julian M. Bass

 

Read more: An Early-Stage ICT Maturity Model

Changing Computing Curricula in African Universities

Julian M. Bass and Richard Heeks

Read more: Changing Computing Curricula in African Universities

New Computing Curricula Final Approval

 

 

 

The curriculum guidelines proposed by the computing curriculum change working group have been accepted. Several new degree courses have started and the Ministry of Education has agreed to fund increasing the duration of computing degrees from 3 to 4 years.

Read more: New Computing Curricula Final Approval

ICT Status Survey

A survey of ICT status in some public universities in Ethiopia has been conducted. The survey has, so far included visits to Hawassa, Wolaita Sodo, Dilla, Debre Marcos and Addis Ababa.

Read more: ICT Status Survey

Computing Self Evaluation Benchmark

Here is reproduced the computing benchmark document being used in Ethiopia, adopted in June 2008.

Read more: Computing Self Evaluation Benchmark

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