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9th IDIA Conference Proceedings

IDIA2015 Conference
Zanzibar
8-9 November 2015

Steyn, J., Van Belle, J.P. (eds.) (2015). Beyond development. Time for a new ICT4D paradigm? Proceedings of the 9th IDIA conference, IDIA2015, Nungwi, Zanzibar. ISBN: 978-0-620-68395-1.

Table of Contents

ICT4D

      Pages
1 A Critical Evaluation of Past IDIA Research: Lessons Learnt for IDIA and ICT4D Researchers Ishita Ghosh
Müge Haseki
Selina Mudavanhu
Jean-Paul Van Belle
1-17
2 ICT4D as the driver of Network Cooperation actors, connections and collaboration in the post-2015 international development landscape Manuel Acevedo Ruiz
Ana Moreno Romero
Carlos Mataix Aldeanueva
18-39
3 Scientific collaborations on Living Labs Some lessons learnt from South Africa and Tanzania Marlien Herselman
Thato Foko
Amos Nungu
Portin Ng’amba
Mwanajuma Mgeni
40-51
4 ICTD within the Discourse of a Locally Situated Interaction: The Potential of Youth Engagement Heike Winschiers-Theophilus
Pietari Keskinen
Daniel G. Cabrero
Shambe Angula
Tom Ongwere
Shilumbe Chivuno-Kuria
Hedvig Mendonca
Rosalia Ngolo
52-71
5 Domestication Of Mobile Devices In Economically Disadvantaged South African Families Masupha Letsie
Salah Kabanda
Wallace Chigona
72-83
6 The challenges rural women face in using Telecentres: The case of the Eastern Cape Province Nozibele Gcora
Amanda Gopeni
Mbali Tuswa
Tandi Lwoga
Wallace Chigona
84-95
7 The context of ICT4D and development in rural areas: a case study of South Africa Tapfuma Pashapa
Ulrike Rivett
96-111
       
8 Developing a Conceptual Model for Receiving and Authenticating Digital Badges in a Resource Constrained Environment Matthéus Niemand
Stella Ouma
Adele Botha
112-133
       

UX/Visualisation

9 Reflections on advocating visualization as part of an introductory programming course Correlie M. Pretorius
Albertus, A.K. Buitendag
Darelle van Greunen
134-147
10 Usability Guidelines for Designing Information Visualisation Tools for Novice Users Martin Smuts
Brenda Scholtz
Andre P. Calitz
148-162
11 Refining binned aggregation of unevenly spaced , real-time data for visualisation and control Kirsten du Toit
Thomas Fogwill
Tami Maiwashe
Melanie van der Westhuizen
163-176
12 Designing a View for Visually Representing Information Coherence in a Document set Louis Engelbrecht
Adele Botha
177-188
13 Evaluating the effectiveness of mobile graphic-based reminders to support treatment of tuberculosis patients Haji Ali Haji
Ulrike Rivett
Hussein Suleman
189-201

ICT and Health

14 On the design of an electronic health patient registration system for South Africal Paul Geldenhuys
Adele Botha
Thomas Fogwill
Johan van Zyl
Milani Wolmarans
Gaurang Tanna
Jaco Venter
Surel Aucamp
202-216
15 Prioritized e-health data quality challenges: An application on the Tiered ART Monitoring Strategy Marna Botha
Adele Botha
Marlien Herselman
217-231
16 Lessons learned from an Electronic Consultation in the South African Health Sector Edda Weimann
Peter Weimann
232-248
       

Business Intelligence / Data

17 Key success factors for implementing Business Intelligence in South African public sector organisations Mogamat Kaashief Hartley
Lisa F Seymour
249-265
       

Ecology and ICT

18 An Expose Review of Sector Coordination and ICTs in Multi-Stakeholder Environs of Uganda’s Rural Water Sector Musa Chemisto
Ulrike Rivett
266-285
19 Land Information System for Development (LIS4D): A Stakeholder Perspective Bjørn Furuholt
Øystein Sæbø
286-298
       

Open data

20 Candidate mechanisms that enable institutionalization of Open Data Initiatives Mungai Paul
Jean-Paul Van Belle
Sevilla Josep
299-313
       

ICT and money

21 Towards a hybrid risk assessment model for microenterprise finance for the unbanked microenterprises in South Africa Boitumelo T Nkaelang
Sunday O Ojo
Victor W Mbarika
314-326
22 An investigation into money-related mobile phone use in a South African rural community by Michele Cristoferi
Lorenzo Dalvit
327-338
33 Cloud Computing Adoption for Business Development: A TOE Perspective Omar Abrahams
Jacques Ophoff
Gwamaka Mwalemba
463-476
       

Education

23 Exploring Challenges to Mobile Application Programming at a Private Higher Education Institution in Botswana Admore Tutsirayi Nyamaka
Adele Botha
Judy Van Biljon
339-342
24 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) teaching Challenges faced by Lecturers in Africa Khadija M Mahanga
Lisa F Seymour
343-353
25 Barriers to e-Learning in a Developing Country An Explorative Study Maxine Esterhuyse
Brenda Scholtz
354-367
26 Theoretical perspective E-Learning Challenges and Proposed Framework in Developing Countries SS Mulugeta
Sheryl Buckley
368-377
27 Enterprise Systems Competencies - Supplying the Skills – The Novice Practitioner Perspective Malcolm Garbutt
Lisa F Seymour
378-397
28 Performance Analysis Of Students’ In The Esefa Short Course At University Of Ibadan AO Osofisan
O Olajide
O Osunade
398-407
29 A higher education model for developing competencies for critical ERP implementation roles the case of Kenya Elizabeth W Wamicha
Lisa F Seymour
408-417
30 Components of e-Learning for Enterprise Systems’ Education in Developing Countries Alyssa Whale
Brenda Scholtz
A.P. Calitz
418-433
31 Perception and Evaluation ES Education in University of Ibadan, Nigeria OO Alawode
CO Anyaeche
O Osunade
434-
32 Education and skills for successful develepment information technology project in South Africa Washington Mtembo
Sheryl Buckley
450-461