Maryanne Bagore

         Ms. Maryanne Bagore

          Lecturer

          Department of Information Systems

          Faculty of Business & Informatics

 
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Tel: (675) 422 2937  Ext: 738
Fax:
(675) 422 2812

Blog:

Location: IS Tower

Research interest:

Her current research interest areas include implementation factors of ERP systems in Papua New Guinea (PNG), user perceptions on e-learning platforms in PNG, how continuous innovation from digital disruptions can stimulate a creative economy in PNG, and how taxicab geometry can be used in Excel to calculate real distances.

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Summary

Maryanne Bagore (Ms) is currently a lecturer in Information Systems Department. She joined the university after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in IS at Divine Word University in 2009. She teaches programming, enterprise systems and system analysis & design units to IS students. She also teaches spreadsheet management and database management (IS service units) to Business Studies and Health Management students.



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Madang Campus

PO Box 483,
Madang 511
Papua New Guinea

email:
[email protected]

Tel: (+675) 424 1800
       (+675) 422 2937
       (+675) 7111 0002


Port Moresby Campus

DWU POM Campus
PO Box 582
Konedobu, NCD 131

email: 
[email protected]

Tel: (+675) 325 5668
       (+675) 7091 5741

 

Wewak Campus

St. Benedict’s campus,
PO Box 542
Kaindi, Wewak, ESP 531

email:
[email protected]

Tel: (+675) 456 2327
       (+675) 456 3243

Fax: (+675) 456 2331

 

Rabaul Campus

c/- OLSH Kabaleo
P.O. Box 138
Kokopo, ENB 613

email:
[email protected]

Tel: (+675) 982 8213
Fax: (+675) 982 8339

 

Tabubil Campus

c/- DWU POM Campus
PO Box 582
Konedobu, NCD 131

email:
tabubilcampus@dwu.ac.pg

Tel: (+675) 325 5668
       (+675) 7091 5741

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