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    • Digital storytelling as a tool for teaching: perceptions of pre-service teachers 

      Tiba, Chantyclaire A; Condy, Janet; Chigona, Agnes; Tunjera, Nyarai (2015)
      It has been shown that teachers are reluctant to use technology despite the South African (SA) government’s huge expenditure on technological equipment. This might be the result of teachers being unable to select appropriate ...
    • Digital storytelling as a tool for teaching: Perceptions of pre-service teachers 

      Tiba, Chantyclaire A; Condy, Janet; Chigona, Agnes; Tunjera, Nyarai (2015)
      It has been shown that teachers are reluctant to use technology despite the South African (SA) government’s huge expenditure on technological equipment. This might be the result of teachers being unable to select appropriate ...
    • The politics of performative ontology in information systems 

      Postma, Dirk (2013)
      This article argues that information systems (ISs) and information system ontologies (ISOs) are powerful devices that perform reality in profound ways. The development and use of ISOs are forms of ontological politics ...
    • The possibilities of virtual reality-goggles within the teaching and learning of History 

      Homan, Juan-Carlo (The South African Society for History Teaching (SASHT) under the auspices of the School of Basic Sciences, Vaal Triangle Campus, North-West University, 2018)
      Currently the educational system is experiencing a process in which different teaching and learning methods are being used in conjunction with several forms of technology with the aim of improving the educational process. ...
    • We know what we are, but not what we may be 

      Schauffer, Dennis (2006)
      This essay attempts to trace a personal journey from a liberal humanist stance to an awareness of non-dualism within the altering landscape of contemporary advances in technology. My fundamental argument is that the ...