School of Computing

Educational Technology

Educational technology is defined by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology as "the study and ethical practice of facilitating learning and improving performance by creating, using, and managing appropriate technological processes and resources."

Educational technology thus concerns the effective use of software and hardware tools, as well as processes, to facilitate learning and improving performance. Educational technology further refers to the use of educational theoretics. It encompasses several domains, including learning theory, computer-based training, online and e-learning, and, where mobile technologies are used, m-learning.

Bi-weekly group meetings serve a variety of purposes, but the broad categories are:

  • To promote discussion about the latest educational technology research and findings
  • To provide mentorship and support group members in various ways with their own research 
  • To update group members on the research everyone else is doing
  • To foster a sense of community and thus collaboration between members

Active members of this group:

  • Marthie Schoeman
  • Lovemore Motsi
  • Charlotte Hlengwa
  • Tayo Abatan
  • B Chipangura
  • Esme Leus
  • Maggie Selepe
  • Muhandji Kikunga
  • Apostolos Giannakopoulos
  • Mmafani Serote
  • Phillip Choshi
  • Lazarus Aron
  • Siphe Mhlana
  • Bester Chimbo
  • Molefe Maloma
  • Judy van Biljon
  • Mc Donald van der Merwe

  • Publications

    This page is not necessarily up to date.

    JOURNAL PUBLICATION/S

    Vadachalam. (2017)
    Using Information And Communication Technologies To Teach And Learn Mathematics In South African Schools: A Snapshot View Of Its Impact
    African Education Review
    (14) 1
    pp 212-234

    Vadachalam, N; Chimbo, B. (2017)
    Using Information And Communication Technologies To Teach And Learn Mathematics In South African Schools: A Snapshot View Of Its Impact
    African Education Review
    (14) 1
    pp 212-234

    Karen Renaud ; Judy Van Biljon. (2016)
    The Role Of Knowledge Visualisation In Supporting Postgraduate Dissertation Assessment
    British Journal of Educational Technology
    (00) 00
    pp 1-16

    van der Merwe, TM. (2014)
    Community Of Inquiry Framework: Employing Objective Measures In Search Of A Relationship Among Presences And Student Learning Outcomes
    International Journal of Learning Technology (IJLT)
    (9) 3
    pp 304-320

    Schoeman, M A; J. Gelderblom; H Muller. (2013)
    Investigating The Effect Of Program Visualization On Introductory Programming In A Distance Learning Environment.
    AJRMSTE
    (17) 1

    van der Merwe, TM. (2012)
    Applying The Community Of Inquiry Framework: A Novel Tool For Systematic And Economic Coding And Analysis Of Forum Discourse In Situ And In Context.
    International Journal of Learning Technology (IJLT)
    (7) 3
    pp 246-260

    van der Merwe, TM; de Villiers. M.R. (2012)
    Collaboration In Online Discussion Forums: An Activity Theory-driven Model For Managing Socio-cultural Influences, Illustrated By A Case Study
    Progressio
    (34) 3

    Buckley, S.B. (2012)
    Higher Education And Knowledge Sharing: From Ivory Tower To 21st Century
    nnovations in Education and eaching International Journal (IETI)
    (49) (3)
    pp 333-344

    van der Merwe, TM; van der Merwe, A.J.; Venter, LM. (2010)
    A Model To Direct Online Continuous Professional Development Opportunities For Mathematics Teachers In The South African Context Of Disparities
    African Journal of Research in SMT Education
    (14) 3
    pp 65-80

    PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDING PUBLICATION/S

    Van Staden, CJ; van Biljon, J A; Kroeze, JH. (2017)
    Using A User Experience Evaluation Framework For Emoderation.
    Proceedings of IEEE ICTAS 2017 (edited by O. Olugbara, R. Millham and D. Heukleman)
    Durban
    978-1-5090-5995-9
    pp 15-21

    Goosen, L.; van Heerden, ME. (2017)
    Beyond The Horizon Of Learning Programming With Educational Technologies
    South Africa International Conference on Educational Technologies 2017
    Pretoria
    978-0-620-75292-3
    pp 78 - 90

    van Heerden, ME; van der Merwe, TM. (2017)
    An Assessment Strategy For Learning In A First Year Programming Course: A Case In Open Distance E-learning
    9th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
    Barcelona (Spain)
    978-84-697-3777-4
    pp 7764 - 7773

    Motsi, L; Chimbo, B. (2017)
    Ict Based Professional Skills Development Programmes: Impact Of Demographic Factors On Teachers’ Attitude
    IST-Africa Conference, IIMC International Information Management Corporation
    Namibia
    978-1-905824-56-4

    Abatan, OK; Ajayi, N . (2016)
    Overview Of Factors That Influence The Adoption Of Mobile Telephony By Students In Higher Education Institutions
    IEEE/International Conference on Information Society (i-Society 2016)
    Dublin, Ireland
    978-1-908320-62-9
    pp 41-45

    Schoeman, M A; Prof JH Gelderblom. (2016)
    The Effect Of Students’ Educational Background And Use Of A Program Visualization Tool In Introductory Programming
    SAICSIT '16, September 26-28, 2016, Johannesburg, South Africa
    Johannesburg
    ISBN 978-1-4503-4805-8/16/09
    pp 10

    Motsi, L; Ramorola, MZ . (2016)
    Motivators For Teachers To Implement A New Curriculum: A Structural Equation Modelling
    IST-Africa 2016 Conference Proceedings Paul cunning and Miriam Cunningham (Eds) IIMC International Information Management corporation, 2016
    Durban, South Africa
    978-1-905824-54-0
    pp 1-15

    Botha, A; Herselman, M. (2016)
    Rural Teachers As Innovative Co-creators: An Intentional Teacher Professional Development Strategy
    International Conference on Information Resources Management (CONF-IRM)
    Cape Town, South Africa

    Estelle de Kock; Judy Van Biljon; Adele Botha . (2016)
    User Experience Of Academic Staff In The Use Of A Learning Management System Tool
    SAICSIT Conference 2016
    Johannesburg

    Osden Jokonya. (2015)
    Investigating Open Source Software Benefits In Public Sector
    HICSS-48
    Hawaii
    ISBN:ISBN:ISBN:

    van der Merwe, P; van Heerden, ME. (2015)
    Using Technology To Gain Knowledge: Development, Implementation And Evaluation Of A Mobile Digital Skills Curriculum For Educators
    SAICSIT
    Stellenbosch
    978-1-4503-3683-3

    JOKONO. (2015)
    Investigating Open Source Software Benefits In Public Sector
    2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
    HICSS 48 Hawaii
    978-1-4799-7367-5
    pp 2242-2251

    Chipangura, B; Botha, A ; van Biljon, J A. (2015)
    Support Given To Lecturers When Providing Mobile Centric Services In Teaching And Learning: A Policy Analysis Perspective
    IST-Africa
    Lilongwe, Malawi
    978-1-905824-50-2
    pp Online

    Luzipo, S ; van Biljon, J A; Herselman, ME . (2015)
    Towards Identifying The Factors That Influence The Adoption Of Business Processes By Employees In Organizations: A Case Study From An Insurance Company In South Africa
    IST-Africa
    Lilongwe, Malawi
    Tba
    pp Online

    van der Merwe, TM. (2015)
    Automated Language Processing And Semantic Classification: A Preliminary Effort To Examine The Relationship Between Distance Student Online Discussion Forum Discourse And Learning Outcomes
    SACLA 2015
    Johannesburg
    pp 144 - 153

    NTAWANGA, F ; Coleman, A. (2015)
    A Lightweight Mobile E-procurement Solution For Rural Small Scale Traders Implemented Using A Living Lab Approach
    IST-Africa 2015 Conference Proceedings,Paul Cunningham and Miriam Cunningham (Eds),IIMC International Information Management Corporation
    Malawe
    978-1-905824-50-2/IIMC International Information Management Corporation
    pp 1-10

    Munyaradzi, Z ; Coleman, A; Herselman, M . (2015)
    Ussd Technology A Low Cost Asset In Complementing
    3rd International Conference IWBBIO
    Granada, Spain
    978-3-319-164809 ;Springer International Publishing Switzerland
    pp 57-64

    Twinomurinzi, H. (2015)
    Expert Views On Stimulating Mobile Apps In Africa As A Creative Industry
    International Conference on Information Resources Management (Conf-IRM)
    Ottawa, Canada
    978-0-473-32270-0
    pp 1-14

    Chipangura, B; van Biljon, J A; Botha, A . (2015)
    Evaluating Mobile Centric Readiness Of Students: A Case Of Computer Science Students In Open-distance Learning
    Southern African Computer Lecturers Association
    WITS, Johannesburg
    ISBN: 978-0-620-65158-5.E-ISBN: 978-0-620-65159-2

    Twinomurinzi, H. (2015)
    Social Cognitive Factors Affecting Career Choice In Mobile App Development: Comparing Between Employed And Unemployed Programming Students
    Information Systems Education Conference: ISECON
    Orlando, Florida

    Twinomurinzi, H; Van der Merve, P ; Mpofu, N. (2015)
    Collaboration And Distance- Learning Students: The Need To Re-design The Interactive Spaces Of University Computer Labs
    2015 CSET ODL Conference
    University of South Africa

    Twinomurinzi, H; Van der Merve, R ; Mpofu, N ; Van Biljon, J . (2015)
    Teaching 21st Century Skills: The Case For Open-distance E-learning Interaction
    2015 CSET ODL Conference
    University of South Africa

    Mulugeta ; BUCKLSB. (2015)
    Theoretical Perspectives: E-learning Challenges And Proposed Framework In Developing Countries
    9th IDIA Conference
    Nungwi, Zanzibar
    978-0-620-68395-1
    pp 368-377

    Mtembu ; BUCKLSB. (2015)
    Education And Skills For Successful Development Of Information Technology Projects In South Africa
    9th IDIA Conference
    Nungwi, Zanzibar
    978-0-620-68395-1
    pp 450-461

    van Biljon, J A; Karen Renaud . (2015)
    Facilitating Knowledge Visualisation As Communication And Knowledge Transfer Mechanism In Postgraduate Learning
    mLearn 2015
    Venice
    978-3-319-25683-2
    pp 156-171

    Admore Tutsirayi Nyamaka ; Adele Botha ; van Biljon, J A. (2015)
    Exploring Challenges To Mobile Application Programming At A Private Higher Education Institution In Botswana
    IDIA 2015
    Zanzibar
    978-0-620-68395-1
    pp pp 329 - 341

    L. Goosen. (2015)
    Excellence In E-learning Module Design?
    Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on e-Learning (ICEL)
    Nassua, The Bahamas
    Academic Conferences and Publishing International. ISBN: 978-1-910810-26-2
    pp 135 - 145

    Adeboye, D ; Van Staden, CJ . (2015)
    Difficulties Experienced By Students Using Mobile Devices To Access Elearning: A Case Study Of Undergraduate It Students In South Africa
    mLearn 2015
    Venice Italy
    978-3-319-25683.2
    pp 351-365

    MOLEBM; Phorah, KE. (2015)
    Incorporating Mobile Learning In Institutions Of Higher Learning In South Africa
    2nd Annual Global Online Conference on Information and Computer Technology (GOCICT 2015)
    Louisville,KY,USA
    978-1-5090-2314-1
    pp 21-25

    van Heerden, ME; van der Merwe, TM. (2014)
    Employing Objective Measures In Search Of A Relationship Between Knowledge Blogs And Introductory Programming Performance Outcome
    9th International Conference on e-Learning (ICEL 2014)
    Valparaiso, Chile, 26-27 June 2014
    978-1-909507-69-2
    pp 185 - 189

    Naicker, N; van der Merwe, TM. (2014)
    Mobile Learning In Higher Education: A Study Of The Operational Readiness Of Students At A South African Higher Education Institution
    5th International Conference on Education and Information Management (ICEIM-2014)
    Durban, South Africa, June 21-22,
    pp 271-278

    van Biljon, J A; T. van Dyk; . (2014)
    Towards Increasing Supervision Capacity: The Pyramid Cohort Supervision Model
    Southern African Computer Lecturers’ Association
    Port Elizabeth
    ISBN: 978-1-920508-34-0
    pp 166-174

    Gelderblom, JH ; Chimbo, B; Yip, J. ; Bonsignore, E . (2014)
    Self-recorded Audio Feedback As A Means To Allow Young, Vulnerable Children To Participate In Design
    International Development Informatics Association (IDIA2014) Conference
    Port Elizabeth
    ISBN:

    I. van Zyl; De la Harpe, R . (2014)
    Mobile Application Design For Health Intermediaries. Considerations For Information Access And Use
    HEALTHINF 2014 – 7th International Conference on Health Informatics
    Angers, France
    ISBN:

    Horner, VZ; Coleman, A. (2014)
    Evaluation Of A Guidelines-based E-health Decision Support System For Primary Health Care In South Africa
    Proceedings of SAICSIT 2014 Conference
    Leriba Lodge, Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa
    ISBN: 978-1-4503-3246-0
    pp 142-147

    Sabiescu, A ; David, S ; I. van Zyl; Cantoni, L . (2014)
    Emerging Spaces In Community-based Participatory Design: Reflections From Two Case Studies
    Participatory Design Conference
    Windhoek, Namibia
    ISBN: 978-1-4503-2256-0

    Chipangura, B; van Biljon, J A; Botha. A. (2014)
    The Provision Of Mobile Centric Services In Higher Educational Institutions: A Case Of Lecturer Readiness
    IDIA
    P E, South Africa
    978-0-620-63498-4
    pp 174-188

    Olugbenga Akeem Adenuga; Ray Kekwaletswe; Alfred Coleman; Oluseye Olufunso. (2014)
    Exploratory Latent Growth Model For The Use Of Health Information Systems By Physicians
    International Conference on Information Society (i-Society 2014)
    London
    978-1-908320-38
    pp 176-180

    Twinomurinzi, H; Dajee, R . (2014)
    Gender And Mobile App Development As A Career Of Choice: An Exploratory Study In South Africa
    ECIS 2014 Paper Development Workshop
    Tel Aviv, Israel
    pp 1-14

    Twinomurinzi, H; De Villiers, C ; Ochara, NM ; Pretorius, J . (2014)
    Evaluating Creative Mobile Applications Development Using Emotional Design
    SAICSIT
    Pretoria, South Africa
    http://www.saicsit2014.org/
    pp 1-11

    Mbodila, M ; Kikunga, M ; Serote, M. (2014)
    Factors Contributing To The Successful Implementation Of Information And Communication Technology In The Classroom
    Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom ( ACTC 2014)
    Osaka, Japan
    pp pp 67-75

    Mischa Koedderitzsch; A. Botha; . (2013)
    Towards A Channel-agnostic Mobile Transaction Platform To Support Drug Adherence Within A Resource Constrained Environment .
    5th International Conference on Adaptive Science and Technology ( ICAST)
    CSIR PRETORIA
    ISBN: 978-1-4799-3067-8
    pp 82-86

    van der Merwe, TM; van Heerden, ME. (2013)
    Ease Of Use And Usefulness Of Webinars In An Open Distance Learning Environment: An Activity Theory Perspective
    Annual Conference of the South African Institute for Computer Scientists and Information Technologists (SAICSIT 2013)
    East Londen
    978-1-4503-2112-9
    pp 262-270

    Chipangura, B. (2013)
    Categorizing The Provision Of Mobile Centric Information Access And Interaction For Higher Educational Institutions
    SAICSIT
    East London, South Africa
    978-1-4503-2112-9

    Chipangura, B; van Biljon, J A; Botha, A. (2013)
    Evaluating Mobile Centric Information Access And Interaction Compatibility For Learning Websites
    Pan African International Conference on Information Science, Computing and Telecommunications (PACT)
    Lusaka, Zambia
    ISBN: 978-0-9872129-2-4
    pp 218-222

    T. van Dyk; J. Gelderblom; Karen Renaud; van Biljon, J A. (2013)
    Mobile Phones For The Elderly: A Design Framework In Steyn, J., Van Der Vyver, A.g. (eds.). (2013). Public And Private Access To Icts In Developing Regions
    Proceedings of the 7th International Development Informatics Conference (IDIA2013)
    Bangkok, Thailand
    ISBN: 978-0-620-58040-3 (in press)

    Mischa Koedderitzsch; Adele Botha; Marlien Herselman. (2013)
    Towards A Channel-agnostic Mobile Transaction Platform To Support Drug Adherence Within A Resource Constrained Environment
    5th International Conference on Adaptive Science and Technology
    CSIR PRETORIA
    ISBN: 978-1-4799-3067-8
    pp 82-86

    Mischa Koedderitzsch; Adele Botha; Marlien Herselman; Alfred Coleman. (2013)
    Towards A Channel-agnostic Mobile Transaction Platform To Support Drug Adherence Within A Resource Constrained Environment
    5th International Conference on Adaptive Science and Technology
    CSIR PRETORIA
    ISBN: 978-1-4799-3067-8
    pp 82-86

    Koedderitzsch, M.; Botha, A.; Herselman, M.; Coleman, A.. (2013)
    Towards A Channel-agnostic Mobile Transaction Platform To Support Drug Adherence Within A Resource Constrained Environment
    5th International Conference on Adaptive Science and Technology
    CSIR PRETORIA
    ISBN: 978-1-4799-3067-8
    pp 82-86

    Koedderitzsch, M.; A. Botha; . (2013)
    Towards A Channel-agnostic Mobile Transaction Platform To Support Drug Adherence Within A Resource Constrained Environment
    5th International Conference on Adaptive Science and Technology
    CSIR PRETORIA
    ISBN: 978-1-4799-3067-8
    pp 82-86

    Koedderitzsch, M.; A. Botha; . (2013)
    Towards A Channel-agnostic Mobile Transaction Platform To Support Drug Adherence Within A Resource Constrained Environment
    5th International Conference on Adaptive Science and Technology
    CSIR PRETORIA
    ISBN: 978-1-4799-3067-8
    pp 82-86

    Chipangura, B; van Biljon, J A; Botha A.. (2013)
    Prioritizing Students' Mobile Centric Information Access Needs: A Case Of Postgraduate Students
    Adaptive Science and Technology (ICAST)
    Pretoria, CSIR
    10.1109/ICASTech.2013.6707519
    pp 1-7

    I. van Zyl; Pennanen, T . (2013)
    Service Design As An Approach For Envisioning E-health Solutions: Mapping The Context Of Development In Grabouw, Western Cape
    Health Informatics South Africa (HISA)
    Port Elizabeth, South Africa
    ISBN:

    I. van Zyl; Sabiescu, A ; Pucciarelli, M . (2013)
    (re)defining The Role Of The Teacher In Networked Learning. The Technology-for-education Experience In South African Primary Schools
    The 2013 Annual Conference of the Swiss Society for Research in Education (SSRE)
    Lugano, Switzerland
    ISBN:

    Bladergroen, M ; Bytheway, A ; I. van Zyl. (2013)
    The Dynamics Of Offering Ict Training For Pre-service Teachers In A South African Context.
    8th International Conference on e-Learning
    Cape Town, South Africa
    ISBN:

    Sabiescu, A ; I. van Zyl; Pucciarelli, M . (2013)
    Changing Mindsets: The Attitude Of Pre-service Teachers On Technology For Teaching
    International Conference on Information and Communication Technology and Development (ICTD)
    Cape Town, South Africa
    ISBN:ISBN:

    Twinomurinzi, H; Didi - Quvane, BS . (2013)
    Exploring The Role Of Ict In The Transition From A Small Business Owner To An Entrepreneur: A Dynamic Capabilities Perspective In A Developing Context
    19th Americas Conference of Information Systems, Association of Information Systems
    Illinois, Chichago
    pp 1-8

    Twinomurinzi, H; Nontso, JT. (2013)
    Crowdsourcing Service Delivery Using Mobile Apps: Perceptions Of Millennials
    E-Leadership 2013 Conference
    Pretoria, South Africa
    pp 1-5

    van der Merwe, TM; van Heerden, ME. (2012)
    Webinars: Ease Of Use And Usefulness For Disadvantaged Students In A Low Bandwidth Odl Environment
    7th International Conference on e-Learning (ICEL 2012)
    Hong Kong, China
    Academic Publishing International
    pp 445-452

    Naicker, N; van der Merwe, TM. (2012)
    Mobile Learning In Higher Education: A Study Of The Technology Readiness Of Students At A South African Higher Education Institution.
    Annual Conference on WWW Applications
    Durban

    Twinomurinzi, H. (2012)
    The Role Of Ict In Sustainable And Responsible Development: E-skilling
    10th IFIP Human Choice and Computers International Conference. IFIP Technical Committee 9 (TC9)
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Twinomurinzi, H; Alexander, P.M . (2012)
    Changing Career Choice Factors As The Economic Environment Changes
    2012 Annual Research Conference of the South African Institute for Computer Scientists and Information Technologists (SAICSIT
    Pretoria, South Africa
    pp 1-11

    Twinomurinzi, H; Rambau, NL . (2012)
    Slow But Steady Progress Versus Leap Frogging: An E-government Dilemma In Africa
    4th Annual International Conference on ICT for Africa: Africa's E- Inclusion
    Kampala, Uganda
    pp 1-17

    I. van Zyl; De la Harpe, R . (2011)
    At-home 2.0 – A Collaborative Training Model For Home-based Healthcare
    the Red-Conference: Rethinking Education in the Knowledge Society
    Lugano, Switzerland
    ISBN:

    I. van Zyl; De la Harpe, R . (2011)
    Community 2.0: A Collaborative University-community Network To Inform And Educate Caregivers In Home-based Healthcare In South Africa
    6th International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Applications (ICPCA6)
    South Africa
    ISBN:

    I. van Zyl; Rega, I . (2011)
    Ict Attitudes In Educational Practice: A Qualitative Perspective
    Red-Conference: Rethinking Education in the Knowledge Society
    Lugano, Switzerland
    ISBN:

    Chigona, W ; Bladergroen, M ; I. van Zyl. (2011)
    Educator Discourses On Ict In Education: A Critical Analysis.
    ReSNES’2011: E-Skilling for Equitable Prosperity and Global Competiveness
    East London, South Africa
    ISBN:

    Twinomurinzi, H; Ghartey-Tagoe, KB . (2011)
    Corruption In Developing Countries And Ict: The Urgent Need For Work Systems To Proceed E-government
    11th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries. IFIP Working Group 9.4
    Kathmandu, Nepal
    pp 1-15

    Fanni, F ; I. van Zyl; Cantoni, L . (2010)
    Investigating Perception Changes In Teachers Attending Ict Curricula Through Self-efficacy
    International Conference on Information and Communication Technology and Development (ICTD)
    London, UK
    ISBN:

    Van Staden, CJ. (2010)
    It Moderation Going Green
    SAICSIT'10
    Bela-Bela SA
    978-1-60558950-3/10/10
    pp 426-428

    Twinomurinzi, H; Ojo,R.B. (2009)
    Using Mobile Technology To Support Government Service Delivery: A Case Study On The Pension System In South Africa
    Proceedings of the 12th International Business Information Management Association Conference
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    pp 1-6

    Twinomurinzi, H; Visser, W. (2008)
    E-government & Public Service Delivery: Enabling Ict To Put “people First” – A Case Study From South Africa
    The 6th International Conference on Politics and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications: PISTA 2008, IMSCI 2008
    Florida, USA
    pp 1-6

    Twinomurinzi, H. (2007)
    An E-collaboration Approach To Buy-in Of Development Innovations In Rural Communities: A South African Experience
    Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries IFIP TC9/ WG 9.4
    Sao Paulo, Brazil
    pp 1-13

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    Twinomurinzi, H; Naidoo, R . An Exploratory Survey Of E-skills Training Supplied By Small Private Training Institutions In Gauteng
    1st Annual ReSNES Colloquium
    East London, South Africa
    pp 1-9


    CONFERENCE PRESENTATION/S

    MOLEBM; Phorah, KE. (2015)
    A Framework For Open Distance Learning Adoption: A Case Of South African Higher Learning Environment
    UNISA CSET ODL Conference
    Magaliesburg, South Africa.

    van Heerden, ME; van der Merwe, TM. (2013)
    The Influence Of Blogging In A 1st Year Programming Module Through Odl
    UNISA CSET ODL Conference
    Magaliesburg, S.A.

    Van Staden, CJ ; Van Biljon, JA ; Kroeze, JH . (2013)
    Best Practices Towards Emoderation
    CSET ODL 2013
    Magaliesberg

    BOOKS/CHAPTERS

    Arthur Tatnall ; Alfred Coleman. Maximising Healthcare Delivery and Management Through Technology
    2015
    IGI Global
    pp accepted for publication
    ISBN: accepted for publication

    Horner, VZ; Coleman, A. Maximising healthcare delivery and management through technology integration
    2015
    IGI Global
    Hershey Pennsylvania
    pp 19
    ISBN: ISBN10: 1466694467

    Munyaradzi,Z ; Coleman, A; Herselman M.. Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering: USSD Technology a Low Cost Asset in ComplementingPublic Health Workers’ Work Processes
    2015
    InF. Ortuño and I. Rojas (Eds.): IWBBIO 2015, Part II, LNCS 9044, Springer International Publishing
    Granada Spain
    pp 57-64
    ISBN: 978-3-319-16479-3

    Coleman, A; Marlien Herselman ; Dalenca Potass . E-Health readiness Assessment for E-Health Framework for Africa: A case study of Hospitals in South Africa
    2012
    E_Health 2011, LNCIST SPRINGER
    MALAGA
    pp 162-169
    ISBN: 978-3-64229262-0

    THESIS/DISSERTATION PUBLICATION/S

    Schoeman, M A. (2016)
    Enhancing Comprehension In Open Distance Learning Computer Programming Education With Visualization
    PhD, Unisa