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    • Adoption and diffusion of open source software in Tanzania: a way forward 

      George S. Oreku; Fredrick J. Mtenzi (IST-Africa, 2013)
      The use of ICT in world has increased significantly in the last two decades. This increase is far pronounced in developing countries. While the use of ICT promises to be a major instrument in poverty reduction, it is clear ...
    • Development of ODL in a newly industrialized country according to face-to-face contact, ICT, and e-readiness 

      Van Zyl, J. Marinda; Els, Christoffel Johannes; Blignaut, Anita Seugnet (Athabasca University Press, 2013)
      A large number of unqualified and under-qualified in-service teachers are holding back socio-economical development in South Africa, a newly industrialized country. Open and distance learning (ODL) provides an innovative ...
    • The role of an ICT research professor in South Africa 

      Kroeze, Jan H; Pretorius, P D; Roode, J D (Sprouts Alliance, 2010)
      Until recently it has been assumed that all lecturers at tertiary institutions should teach, conduct research and do community service. Due to heavy teaching loads, this assumption has become evident as a very idealistic ...
    • A viewpoint of Tanzania e-commerce and implementation barriers 

      George S. Oreku; Fredrick J. Mtenzi; Al-Dahoud Ali (2013)
      The growing rate of ICT utilization particularly the Internet and mobile phones has influenced at an exponential rate online interaction and communication among the generality of the populace. However, with the enormity ...