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    • A framework for information and communication technology integration in schools through teacher professional development 

      Molly van Niekerk; Seugnet Blignaut (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
      The demands of the twenty-first century require effective and sustainable use of information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in education. Various ICT strategies and initiatives across South Africa have not resulted ...
    • ICT to disempower? A perspective on ICT as postmodern agent 

      Nel, D F; Kroeze, Jan H; Lotriet, H (2010)
      The wholesale implementation of Information Technology (IT) has brought with it a host of unintended and unforeseen consequences. Through a literature review and an examination of both postmodernism and IT, it is proposed ...
    • The impact of load shedding on ICT enterprises in Matlosana 

      Masibi, Kelebogile Brendaline (2015)
      The study focuses on the impact of load shedding on Information and Communications Technology based enterprises. The problem that enterprises have is that they are heavily dependent on electricity which, during load shedding, ...
    • Ontology goes postmodern in ICT. 

      Kroeze, Jan H (ACM Press, 2010)
      This paper investigates the move from philosophical ontology to information systems ontologies. Ontology has traditionally been (and still is) a philosophical discipline that studies the nature of existence. In a certain ...