Kojo Osei Frimpong

MIT, MEdu Admin In EHI, BSc. ICT, Cart. “A”  
Position: Senior Lecturer & Director of Total Quality Management
Faculty: Faculty of Science and Technology / Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences
Department: Information and Communication Technology
Campus: Okwahu /Asante Akyem Campus
Location: Administration Block
Email: kojo.frimpong@presbyuniverty.edu.gh
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Brief Profile

OSEI FRIMPONG, KOJO is a Senior Lecturer at the PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY, GHANA. He has over fourteen (14) years of teaching and research experience in ICT. The areas of teaching in the field of ICT include IT Entrepreneurship Office Applications Skills, OS, Computer Organisation and Architecture, Computer Hardware, MIS, HMIS, Project Management and Research Methods. He also serves as an academic advisor and research supervisor to undergraduate and postgraduate students. He is a youth, family, academic and career counsellor. He is also. a public and conference speaker and a motivational speaker. He has also served on a number of committees and boards, such as the PUG Governing Council, Student Housing Committee, Student Counselling Committee, Examination and Time Table Committee, Chaplaincy Committee, Disciplinary Committee, etc. Currently, he is a member of the University’s Senate, Staff Welfare Committee, Appointment and Promotions Committee, etc., and a presbyter of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. He is a member of a number of professional bodies, such as the Institute of ICT Professionals, Ghana (IIPGH) and the Internet Society.

Research Interests:

    • IOT
    • BIG DATA
      • eLEARNING
      • mLEARNING
      • eHEALTH
      • mHEALTH
Publicationns and Conferences

Asare, S., Amponsah, A., Owusu-Mintah, C., Abrefah-Mensah, E., & Osei Frimpong, K. (2023). Analysis of Policy Frameworks for Integrating ICT in Ghanaian Education: Implications for Teacher Education and Professional Development: A Systematic Review. American Journal of Education and Technology, 2(3), 123–128. https://doi.org/10.54536/ajet.v2i3.1888

Asare, S., Otoo-Arthur, D., Osei Frimpong, K., & Owusu-Mintah, C., (2022). An Evaluation on The Knowledge and The Level of Internet Technology Usage Among Tertiary Students. Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal (LICEJ), 13(1), 3629- 3637. DOI: 10.20533/licej.2040.2589.2022.0478

Osei Frimpong, K., & Asare, S., (2020). The Prevalence and Knowledge of University Students on Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE), 22(4), 31-41. e-ISSN: 2278-0661 OR p-ISSN: 2278-8727 DOI: 10.9790/0661 -2204013141

Osei Frimpong, K., Asare, S., & Owusu-Mintah, C., (2019). Assessment of the effectiveness of ICT on Teacher Trainees in Colleges of Education. A Case of St. Monica’s College of Education. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology Research, 7(2), 128-135. ISSN 2348-120X (online) or ISSN 2348-1196 (print)

Asare, S., Osei Frimpong, K., Opoku, B. E., & Owusu-Mintah, C., (2019). Integrating Information Technology into the Teaching and Learning Process of Second Cycle Institutions in Ghana: A Case of Walewale Senior High Technical School. The International Journal Of Humanities & Social Studies, 7(4), 86-97. DOI No.: 10.24940/theijhss/2019/v7/i4/HS1904-032, ISSN 2321 – 9203

Osei Frimpong, K., Asare, S., & Otoo-Arthur, D., (2017). Evaluating the Perception of Student Nurses on the Use of IT in Electronic Health Delivery: Case of Presbyterian University College – Asante Akyem Agogo. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology Research, 5(4), 34-45. ISSN 2348

Frimpong, K. O., Asare, S., & Otoo-Arthur, D., (2016). The effects of mobile phone usage on the academic performance of Ghanaian students, A case of Presbyterian University College Asante -Akyem Campus. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies, 3(11), 33-43, ISSN 2394-4404

Frimpong, K. O., & Asare, S., (2016). The effects of social networks on the academic performance of the Ghanaian student. International Journal of Research in IT & Management, 6(6), 55-68. ISSN 2231-4334