Bio

Qualifications
PHD Computer Science (University of Warwick)
Msc Computing (Oxford Brookes University)
BCom (Hons) Informatics (Unviversity of Pretoria)
BCom Information Systems (North West University).


Conference papers
  1. Jantjies, M. (2017). A preliminary study of a digital and web literacy project for young South African women. Proceedings of the International conference for ICT, Society and Human Beings. Lisbon, Portugal.
2. Modise, T. Jantjies, M. and Mavetera, N.(2017). A Contextual Framework for EHR Adoption in South African Healthcare Centers: A Case of NW Province. HISA 2017, Johannesburg, South Africa
3. Onah, D. F., Sinclair, J., Pang, E. L., and Jantjies, M. (2016). Exploring the multi-dimensional attainment of self regulatory learning skills in educational contexts: a comparative study. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (EDULEARN16). IATED.
4. Chikerema, T., Mavetera, N., & Jantjies, M. (2016). A Contextual Framework for EGOV Adoption in SADC. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, pp. 416-419. ACM.
5. Jantjies, M. and Ditibane, L. (2014). Learning in a digital age: A case study on the effective use of e-fundi in the Information Systems Department of NWU. In: Scholarship of Learning and Teaching North West University, South Arica.
6. Jantjies, M. and Joy, M. (2014). A framework to support mobile learning in multilingual environments. In: IADIS 10th International conference on Mobile learning. Madrid, Spain.
7. Jantjies, M. and Joy, M. (2013). Mobile learning through indigenous languages: learning through a constructivist approach. In: 12 th World conference on mobile and contextual learning. College of the North Atlanic, Qatar.
8. Jantjies, M. and Joy, M. (2012). Multilingual Mobile Learning-A Case Study of Four South African High Schools. In: 11th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual. Helsinki, Finland, pp.208-211.
Journal papers 9. Jantjies, M and Joy, M. (2015). Mobile enhanced learning in a South African context. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 18 (1), pp.308-320.
10. Gombiro, C., Jantjies, M. and Mavetera, N., (2016). A conceptual framework for detecting financial crime in mobile money transactions. Journal of Governance and Regulation, pp.727.
11. Jantjies, M., amd Joy, M. (2016). Lessons learnt from teachers’ perspectives on mobile learning in South Africa with cultural and linguistic constraints. South African Journal of Education, 36(3), 1-10.

Book Chapters
12. Jantjies, M., & Joy, M. (2017). Teaching Through Mobile Technology: A Reflection From High School Studies in South Africa. In Handbook of Research on Instructional Systems and Educational Technology, pp. 299-312. IGI Global.

Technical Reports
13. Jantjies, M. (2015). Putting mobile into context. ELearning Africa Report 2015.

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