Information Systems Department Research Output

2013

  • Breytenbach, J., De Villiers, C., & Hearn, G. (2013). Directing the South African ICT labour force towards growth sectors: a case for non-institutional scarce skills transition and reskilling courses. Proceedings of the 6th Annual Pre-ICIS SIG ED Workshop, 13-18 December, 2013, Milan, Italy, December 2013.

 

2014

  • Dzvapatsva, G., Mitrovic, Z. & Dietrich, A.   (2014) “The use of social media as a means of improving the quantity and quality of the pass rate in computer programming at FET colleges in the Western Cape”, South African Journal of Information Management 16(1), Art. #604, 7 pages. http://dx.doi. org/10.4102/sajim.v16i1.604.  
  • Mitrovic, Z., Taylor, W. & Sharif, M. (2014) “Key success factors for developing e-skills in developing country: South African Case Study”, e-Skills for Knowledge Production and Innovation Conference, 17-21 November 2014, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Xi, L. & Mitrovic, Z. (2014) “Readiness Assessment of Cloud-Computing Adoption within a Provincial Government of South Africa”, ”, The 4th International Conference on Design, Development and Research (DDR 2014), 8-10 September 2014, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Mitrovic, Z., Thompson, K., Klaas, V. & Mbhele, F. (2014) “E-skills for successful m-government in the Western Cape”, The 4th International Conference on Design, Development and Research (DDR 2014), 8-10 September 2014, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Katunga, N. & Mitrovic, Z. (2014) “Identifying the e-Skills needed for the effective utilisation of electronic small businesses development support services”, e-Skills for Knowledge Production and Innovation Conference,  17-21 November 2014, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Plaatjies, F. & Mitrovic, Z. (2014) “ICT and skills shortage: South African case study of retaining ICT-skilled professionals”,  e-Skills for Knowledge Production and Innovation Conference,  17-21 November 2014, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Simon – Tshinu,  M., Mitrovic, Z. & Twum-Darko, M. (2014) “Security E-Competencies: The Spheres And Levels in The Higher Education Environment of South Africa”, 3rd International Conference on Economics and Social Sciences, Durban, South Africa, 21 – 22 June 2014.
  • Mitrovic, Z., Sharif, M. & Taylor, W. (2014) “The place of e-Astuteness and e-Social Astuteness in the e-Skills Policy-making in South Africa”, accepted for presenting at InSITE 2014: Informing Science + IT Education Conferences, Wollongong, Australia, Jun 30 – Jul 4 2014.
  • Visser, K., Craffert, L., & Breytenbach, J. (2014). Social Media and Innovation – a systemic approach to commercialization of socio-economic solutions. Proceedings of the European Conference on Social Media ECSM 2014, July 2014, Brighton, UK..
  • Grové, W.J., Breytenbach, J., & Craffert, L. (2014). Aliens on campus – An alternate reality approach to student inclusion. Proceedings of the 1st International Serious Games Conference, August 2014, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa. [Accredited, Peer reviewed, submitted to peer reviewed journal, Dec 2014]

 

2015

  • Simon – Tshinu,  M. & Mitrovic, Z. (2015) “Developing security e-competencies in higher education environment – a multiple case study comparing practices in four higher education institutions in the Western Cape Province”, The 7th International Conference on Business and Finance (ICBF), 9-10 September, 2015,  Cape Town, South Africa
  • Katunga, N. & Mitrovic, Z. (2015) “E-skills for effective electronic small businesses development support services: An exploratory study in a developing country”, accepted for publishing in the Journal of Community Informatics. {Check – not pubished in JOCI)
  • Mitrovic, Z. (2015) “E-Competences for Organisational Sustainability Information Systems”, in “Strategic Information Technology Governance and Organizational Politics in Modern Business” (Ed. Tiko Iyamu), IGI Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania
  • Craffert, L., Visser, K., Breytenbach, J. (2015). Social Media and Open Innovation – a Systemic Approach to Commercialisation of Socio‐economic Solutions. In  Greener, S., & Rospigliosi, A. (Eds.), Leading Issues in Social Media Research for Researchers, Teachers and Students.  UK.  Reading: Academic Conferences and Publishing International Ltd. 19 – 32. (ISBN: 978‐1‐910810‐22‐4)
  • Grové, W.J., Breytenbach, J., & Craffert, L. (2015). Aliens on Campus. Civic Media Project. MIT Press. http://scalar.usc.edu/works/civic-media-project/playandcreativity (This MIT Press article did not have a ISSN, but I’ll put it on the list anyway)

 

 

2016

  • Jantjies, M., & 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).
  • Mapeshoane, T.J. and Pather, S. 2016.   The Adoption of E-Commerce In The Lesotho Tourism Industry. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 75(8), 1-24.
  • 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.
  • Onah, D. F., Sinclair, J., Pang, E. L., & Jantjies, M. 2016. Exploring the multidimensional 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.

 

 

2017

  • Jantjies, M and Joy, M. (2017).  Teaching through mobile technology, a reflection from high school studies in South Africa. Edited: Kidd, T., & Morris, Jr., L. R. (2017). Handbook of Research on Emerging Instructional Systems and Technology (pp. 1-400). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-2399-4