2015 TELIT-SA Accredited Research Publications

 

Beyers, R. N., & Blignaut, A. S. (2015). Going mobile: Using MXit to promote STEMI to students on the back seat of a taxi across Africa. In T. H. Brown & H. J. Van der Merwe (Eds.). The Mobile Learning Voyage—From Small Ripples to Massive Open Waters (Vol. mLearn 2015, CCIS 56, pp. 1-12). Switzerland: Springer.

Beyers, R. N., & Blignaut, A. S. (2015). Social Network Sites for Talent Identification in STEMI. Paper presented at the EdMedia 2015 World Conference On Educational Media & Technology Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 22-24, 2015.

Blignaut, A. S. (2015). Infinite possibilities for using eyetracking for mobile serious games in order to improve user learning experiences. In T. H. Brown & H. J. Van der Merwe (Eds.), The Mobile Learning Voyage—From Small Ripples to Massive Open Waters (pp. 1-14). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

Blignaut, A. S., Matthew, G., & Botha-Ravyse, C. R. (2015). Examining Chocolate-Covered Broccoli: Eyetracking Evaluation of the ExMan Serious Game. Paper presented at the EdMedia 2015—World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, Montréal, Québec, Canada.

Botes, A. R. & Smit, I. (2015). One Step Further: Pull-Process-Push Data Processing. (In Benkhelifa, Elhadj et al. Eds. Proceedings of the International Conference on High Performance Computing: ICHPC2015), 26-27 March 2015, Madrid, Spain, eISSN: 1307-6892, pp 1485-1491, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology: International Science Index.

Botes, A. R. & SMIT, I. (2015). To NoSQL or Not to NoSQL: That is the Question. (In Coleman, Emma Ed. Proceedings of the 44th Annual Southern African Computer

Lecturers Association (SACLA 2015)), 2-3 July 2015, Johannesburg, South Africa , pp 196-203, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

Botha-Ravyse, C. R., & Reitsma, G. (2015). Muti-media for flipped classrooms: Engaged Nutrition learning in a multi-media enhanced flipped classroom. Progressio, 37(1), 19-32.

Botha-Ravyse, C. R., Blignaut, A. S., & Booth, M. (2015). Mobile Learning: Flipping Nutrition Learning and Multimedia in a Higher Education Classroom. In T. H. Brown & H. J. Van der Merwe (Eds.). The Mobile Learning Voyage - From Small Ripples to Massive Open Waters (Vol. mLearn 2015, CCIS 560, pp. 1-12). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

Goede, R. & Harmse, A. (2015). Using Social Media to Improve the Work-Integrated Learning Experience of ICT Students: A Critical Systems Approach. In: Kommers, P., Isais, P. & Tomauess, ISSA (Eds.). Perspectives on Social Media: A Yearbook. New York, N.Y.: Routledge.

Goede, R. & Nhlapo, M. E. (2015). The Use of a Social Media Community by Multicultural Information Systems Development Teams to Improve Communication. In: Kommers, P., Isaias, P. & Tomayess. ISSA (Eds.). Perspectives on Social Media: A Yearbook. New York, N.Y.: Routledge.

Goede, R. & Taylor, E. (2015). Using critical systems thinking in emancipatory postgraduate supervision. Governing the Anthropocene: the greatest challenge for systems thinking in practice? The 59th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS), August 2-7, 2015, Berlin, Germany.

Goede, R. (2015). Empowering Programming Students through Reflective Practice: An action research study on developing reflection through teaching of linked lists. 6th Annual International Conference on Computer Science Education: Innovation and Technology, 5-6 October 2015, Singapore.

Goede, R. (2015). Rescuing Project Based Learning in Computer Science with Reflective Practice: A critical systems reflection on the instructional design of a data warehousing module. 6th Annual International Conference on Computer Science Education: Innovation and Technology, 5-6 October 2015, Singapore.

Goede, R. (2015). Taking another step forward in reflective practice for Information Systems faculty members. Dilemmas 2015, 9-11 September 2015, Vaxjo, Sweden, Linnaeus University.

Goede, R. (2015). Using Critical Social Research and Project-based Learning to Emancipate Students in Computer Programming Classes with Different Skill Levels. International Journal of Digital Society (IJDS), 6, 930-936.

Kloppers, M. & Jansen van Vuuren, M. (2015). Enhancing critical thinking dispositions in the mathematics classroom through a flipped learning approach. Journal of Communication, in press.

Laubscher, D., Blignaut, A. S., & Nieuwoudt, H. J. (2015). South Africa, Tanzania and Finland: Mathematics teacher-students’ opinions about Information and Communication Technology. Progressio, 37(1), 1-19.

Ledimo, M. & Terblanche, J. T. (2015). Using HCI principles to design an interactive guide for a university orientation program. Proceedings of International Business Information Management Conference (26th IBIMA), 11-12 November 2015, Spain, Madrid (978-0-9860419-5-2). Accepted.

Leendertz, V., & Jansen van Vuuren, M. (2015). The Ship Has Left the Harbour, but the Captain is MIA: Mobile Adoption within Higher Education Institutes. In T. H. Brown & H. J. Van der Merwe (Eds.). The Mobile Learning Voyage—From Small Ripples to Massive Open Waters (Vol. mLearn 2015, CCIS 56, pp. 11-128). Switzerland: Springer.

Leendertz, V., Blignaut, A. S., Nieuwoudt, H., & Ellis, S. M. (2015). The development, validation and, standardization of a questionnaire for ICT professional development of mathematics teachers. Pythagoras, 36(2), 1-11. doi: 10.4102/pythagoras.v36i2.297.

Leendertz, V., Fitchat, L., & Booth, M. (2015,). Survive with Vuvu in the Vaal: Conceptualizing, designing and developing a Serious Game for first year statistics students at the Vaal Triangle Campus. Paper presented at the EdMedia 2015 World Conference on Educational Media & Technology, June 22-24, 2015. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Pretorius, D. D., Goede, R. & Terblance, J. T. (2015). Action research or design science research as methodology for the development of a historical digital graphical novel? A critical systems perspective. Governing the Anthropocene: the greatest challenge for systems thinking in practice? The 59th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS), August 2-7, 2015, Berlin, Germany.

Smit, I. (2015). WhatsApp with Learning Preferences? (In DeAntonio, M., Purzer, S., Mina, M. & Korhonen, A. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 45th Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE2015), El Paso, USA. IEEE press. p. 2101-2106).

Taylor, E. & Goede, R. (2015). Innovative supervision of postgraduate CS / IS students for overburdened supervisors in South Africa. 6th Annual International Conference on Computer Science Education: Innovation and Technology, 5-6 October 2015, Singapore.

Taylor, E. & Goede, R. (2015). Using critical social heuristics and project-based learning to enhance data warehousing education. Systemic Practice and Action Research. Accepted.

Terblanche, J. T. 2015. Designing interactive learning material using design science research and HCI principles. Proceedings of International Business Information Management Conference (26th IBIMA), 11-12 November 2015, Spain, Madrid (978-0-9860419-5-2). Accepted.

Terblanche, J. T. (2015). Evaluating interactive learning material according to HCI principles. Proceedings of International Business Information Management Conference (26th IBIMA), 11-12 November 2015, Spain, Madrid (978-0-9860419-5-2). Accepted.

Terblanche, J. T., & Myburgh, I. (2015). Student perceptions on game content creation in an IT curriculum that introduced serious games. Paper presented at the The 2nd International Conference on Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Education Technologies (CSCEET 2015), Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Thomas, B. A., Botes, E. P., Smit, I. Goede, R. (2015). How Can We Help You? Identifying High Risk 1st Year IT Extended Students. In: Colemen, E., (Ed.). Proceedings of the 44th Annual Southern African Computer Lecturers Association (SACLA 2015), 2-3 July 2015, Johannesburg, South Africa. University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 191-195.

Venter, C. & Goede, R. (2015). A critical systems approach to business intelligence system development. Governing the Anthropocene: the greatest challenge for systems thinking in practice? The 59th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS), August 2-7 2015, Berlin, Germany.

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