Benjamin K. Ahimbisibwe


Ahimbisibwe K. Benjamin is a Professional /Qualified Information Scientist with a commanding knowledge of Information Systems and research on Human-centered Computing and Information Science including supporting technology. He has vast experience in Information Management, Information Security Management and Systems Management. He is a Lecturer in the Department of Library and Information Science (LIS) and currently the Ag. Head of Department (HOD) – LIS, Faculty of Computing, Library and Information Sciences (FOCLIS). He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Library and Information Science (BLIS) from Makerere University Kampala (MAK); a Post Graduate Diploma in Information Systems Management (PDISM) from Uganda Management Institute (UMI); a Master of Science in Information Science (MAK); and is currently a Ph.D. candidate of Information Systems (Ph.D. IS) at Makerere University Kampala. Ahimbisibwe has teaching experience at University level including supervision of students. He has commendable competencies in Curriculum Development/Revision for various Course Units/Programs.

Ahimbisibwe is a Consultant in Systems Analysis, Information Security Management and ICT Capacity building. His research interests include but not limited to: Records/Archives Management, Information Security, Information Management, Information Systems Management, Library Science/Management, Knowledge Management and Representation, Database Management, ICT for Development (E-Learning, E-Governance and E-Health), Mobile Computing and Learning. He has published a number of articles in peer-reviewed journals and presented quality academic papers in various conferences both local and international.


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Edwin Achugbue Iroroeavwo , Benjamin, Ahimbisibwe , Olivia Nina Rugambwa, Patrick, Odong . (2020) . Citation Analysis of Undergraduate Projects Report in the Department of Library and Information Science Kabale University Uganda: An In-Text Citation Study . Journal of Library and Information Sciences, 8(1), pp. 54-59


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