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8th IDIA Conference

IDIA2014 Conference
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
3-4 November 2014



Conference Proceedings

Conference presentations

Adendorff, Chris
Botha, Brink
Tolom, Sindiswa
Adendorff, Gillian
Analysis of ICT Governance Initiatives as a Mechanism to Enhance Corporate Governance, with particular reference to Nelson Mandela
Butgereit, Laurie Enabling Intra-Community and Inter-Community Support in Lean Societies
Chib, Arul
Sundararajan, Narendiran
Sirajudin, Mohamed
Jinnah, Mohamed
Migrants, Mobile Finance and Marginalization: Exploring Remittance Processes and "Ghettoization" in Singapore
Chipangura, Baldreck
Van Biljon, Judy
Botha, Adele
The provision of mobile centric services in Higher Educational Institutions: A case of lecturer readiness
Ciaghi, Aaron
Villafiorita, Adolfo
Dalvit, Lorenzo
Understanding Best Practices for ICTD Projects: towards a Maturity Model
Dalvit, Lorenzo
Gunzo, Fortunate
One year on: A longitudinal case study of computer and mobile phone use among rural South African youth
Devezas, Tiago
Mashapa, Job
Ndame, Loic
Van Greunen, Darelle
Carreira, Carlos
Giesteira, Bruno
ICT4D HCI Guidelines: A study for Developing Countries
Dlodlo, Nomusa
Mudumbe, John
Mduduzi, Ndwe
Thembalethu, Jama
The internet of things for a smart South African grid architecture
Garriga, Mònica An experimental methodology to promote and evaluate the use of community networks for civic engagement
Gatara, Maradona
Cohen, Jason F
The Mediating Effect of Task-Technology Fit on mHealth Tool Use and Community Health Worker Performance in the Kenyan Context
Gelderblom, Helene
Yip, Jason
Bonsignore, Elizabeth
Chimbo, Bester
Self-recorded audio feedback as a means to allow young, vulnerable children to participate in design
Grobler, Manti
De Villiers, Carina
The needs of rural women for social support services delivered through ICT: A field study in Limpopo Province
Gumbo, Sibukele The Siyakhula Living Lab: a Successful Eight-Year Experiment in Public Access and Activation
Lorini, Maria Rosa
Van Zyl, Izak
Chigona, Wallace
ICTs for Inclusive Communities: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Mealor, Brett
Van Belle, Jean-Paul
The Impact of Mobile Phones on Quality of Life of the Elderly
Mpekoa, Noluntu Designing, developing and testing a mobile phone voting system in the South African context
Mtsweni, Jabu
Abdullah, Hanifa
Rapid and Collaborative Development of Socially Relevant Computing Solutions for Developing Communities
Mudziwepasi, Shadreck
Nomnga, Phumzile
Ntsizi, Mphenduli
Scott, Mfundo Shakes
Evolution of ICT4D for Illiteracy Eradication and Knowledge Dissemination for Rural Community Development
Musa, Abubakar Case Study of Dabi Rural Community of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja
Mxoli, Avuya
Mostert-Phipps, Nicky
Gerber, Mariana
Personal Health Records in the South African Healthcare Landscape: A Socio-Technical Analysis
Nkula, Kanya
Krauss, Kirstin E.M.
The integration of ICTs in marginalized schools in South Africa: Considerations for understanding the perceptions of in-service teachers and the role of training
Ntšekhe, Mathe
Terzoli, Alfredo
Gumbo, Sibukele
Thinyane, Mamello
ICT Skills Training in Marginalised Communities: A Gendered Journey with Lessons or Not?
Rey-Moreno, Carlos
Sabiescu, Amalia
Siya Masbulele Jay
Towards self-sustaining community networks in rural areas of developing countries: Understanding local ownership
Scholtz, Brenda
Jonamu, Blessing
Calitz, Andre
A Gap Model for Environmental Information Management in an African Higher Education Institution
Shava, Fungai Bhunu
Van Greunen, Darelle
Designing user security metrics for a security awareness at Higher and Tertiary Institutions
Smith, Ronel Women, participation and design in ICT4D: addressing barriers using a co-creation approach
Steyn, Jacques
Das, Mohan
Claims of mobile phone use by Kerala fishermen not supported by fieldwork
Turpin, Marita
Mwenda, Joan
Investigating Ways to Assess ICT4D’s Impact on the Larger Community
Van Biljon, Judy
Alexander, Trish
Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D) research: the quest for a shared conceptual framework continue