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Jecton is a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science.  His main research interests include IT policy, Software Engineering and Computer Science Education (CSE). Jecton holds a Bachelors degree in Education with specialization in mathematics from Kenyatta University (Kenya), and a Masters degree in Information Systems from the University of Nairobi (Kenya)


  • M.IS, Information Systems, University of Nairobi, Kenya
  • B. Ed, Mathematics, Kenyatta University, Kenya


  • Tocho, J.A. and Waema, T.M., 2013. Towards an e-waste management framework in Kenya. info
  • Anyango J.T. and Suleman, H, 2018. “Teaching Programming in Kenya and South Africa: What is difficult and is it Universal”?,in Proceedings of the 18th Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research. Koli Calling’ 18 (New York, NY, USA). Pp. 24:1- 24:2, 2018, ACM
  • Anyango, J.T. and Suleman, H., 2021, June. Supporting CS1 Instructors: Design and Evaluation of a Game Generator. In Proceedings of the 26th ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education V. 1 (pp. 115-121)
  • Anyango, J.T. and Suleman, H., 2020, July. Designing Programming Games for Diversity in Teaching Introductory Programming. In Annual Conference of the Southern African Computer Lecturers' Association (pp. 19-36). Springer, Cham
  • Anyango, J.T. and Suleman, H., 2021, Supporting Computer Science Trainee Teachers with Game Authoring Tools, In Proceedings of the virtual South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists (SAICSIT 2021), South Africa

Research Interests

  • ICT Policy
  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Science Education (CSE)