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To scratch or not to scratch – a reflection
(Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, 2013)
This paper investigates the extent to which the Scratch programming language has been accepted as an electronic teaching tool among teachers in South Africa. Information Technology (IT) was identified as a scarce skill in ...
Making data structures and algorithms more understandable by programming sudoku the human way
Data Structures and Algorithms is a module in most Computer Science or Information Technology curricula. It is one of the modules most students identify as being difficult. This paper demonstrates how programming a solution ...
Learners’ perceptions of mobile devices for learning in higher education - towards a mobile learning pedagogical framework
The dramatic effect of information technology on society is undeniable. In education, it is evident in the use of terms like active learning, blended learning, electronic learning and mobile learning (ubiquitous learning). ...
A linguistic approach to information security awareness education in a healthcare environment
It is widely accepted that healthcare information security is extremely important and that security breaches will have serious consequences in many areas. Despite controls, such as legal frameworks, as well as ongoing ...