2017 TELIT-SA Accredited Research Publications

 

Ravyse, W.S., Blignaut, A.S., Leendertz, V. and Woolner, A. (2017). Success factors for serious games to enhance learning: a systematic review. Journal: Virtual Reality, 2016(2): 1-28. doi: 10.1007/s10055-016-0298-4

Zeeman, M.J., Kirlidog, M., Coetzee, W. and Van der Vyver, C. (2017). Unfulifilled need: reasons for insufficient ICT skills in South Africa. Journal: Information Development, 5(32): 1-15. doi: 10.1177/0266666916671984

Venter, C. and Goede, R. (2017). The use of Critical Systems heuristics to surface and reconcile user's conflicting visions for a business intelligence system. Journal: Systemic Pracvtice and Action Research 2017 4(29): 1-26. doi: 10.1007/s11213-016-9401-8

Botha-Ravyse, C.R. and Blignaut, A.S. (2017). Does the early adopter catch the worm or choke on it?  A reflective journey of the challenges of technology adoption in a health sciences education institution. Journal: Education for Health, 2017 (Vol 30, No. 2): 176-181.  doi: 10.4103/efh.EfH_219_16

Blignaut, A.S. and Ravyse, W.S. (2017). Collating researchable issues of african digital games. Paper presented  at EdMedia 2017 - World conference on educational media & technology, Washington DC, United States of America. 20-23 June 2017 .  Pp. 313-327.  ISBN: 978-1-939797-29-2.

Leendertz, V. and Blignaut, A.S. (2017).  Creating a codebook for ascertaining South African and Finnish mathematics teachers WSTP to cultivate technology intense professional development.  Paper presented  at EdMedia 2017 - World conference on educational media & technology, Washington DC, United States of America. 20-23 June 2017 .  Pp. 47-55.  ISBN: 978-1-939797-29-2.

Jordaan, D.B., Laubscher, D.J. and Blignaut, A.S. (2017).  Design of a prototype mobile application to make mathematics education more realistic.  Paper presented at the 13th International conference on Mobile Learning 2017, Budapest, Hungary. 10-12 April 2017.  Pp. 22-29.  ISBN: 978-989-8533-61-6.

Blignaut, A.S. and Matthew, G.D. (2017).  Part II: Survive with Vuvu on the Vaal - Electroencephalography results of a gameplay experience evaluation of  mobile serious game for statistics education.  Paper presented at mLearn 2017 - 16th World conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, Larnaca, Cyprus.  30 October 2017 - 01 November 2017.  Pp.  1-8.  ISBN: 978-1-4503-5255-0.

Pelser-Carstens, V. and Blignaut, A.S. (2017).  Towards using mobile technologies to digitise a table-top game for accountancy students.  Paper presented at mLearn 2017 - 16th World conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, Larnaca, Cyprus.  30 October 2017 - 01 November 2017.  Pp.  1-5.  ISBN: 978-1-4503-5255-0.

Bunt, L.R., Leendertz, V. and Blignaut, A.S. (2017).  A heuristic evaluation of the design and development of a statistics game.  Paper presented at mLearn 2017 - 16th World conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, Larnaca, Cyprus.  30 October 2017 - 01 November 2017.  Pp.  1-5.  ISBN: 978-1-4503-5255-0

Greeff, J.J., Heymann, R., Heymann, M. and Heymann, C. (2017). Codebreakers: Designing and Developing a Serious Game for the Teaching of Information Theory.  Paper presented at ICWL 2017 - 16th International Conference, Advances in Web-Based Learning, Cape Town, South Africa. 20- 22 September 2017.  Pp. 13-22.  ISBN: 978-3-319-66733-1.  doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-66733-1_2.

Greeff, J.J., Heymann, R., Heymann, M. and Heymann, C. (2017). Codebreakers: Designing and Developing a game for Telecommunication Engineering Students.  Paper presented at SASEE 2017 - 4th Biennial Conference of the South African Society for Engineering Education, Cape Town, South Africa.  14-15 June 2017.  Pp. 390-392.  ISBN: 978‐0‐620‐76309‐7.

Greeff, J.J., Heymann, R., Carroll, J. and Nel, A. (2017). Enriching engineering student experiences of final year projects through gamification and authentic learning.  Paper presented at SASEE 2017 - 4th Biennial Conference of the South African Society for Engineering Education, Cape Town, South Africa.  14-15 June 2017.  Pp. 381-383.  ISBN: 978‐0‐620‐76309‐7.