Subject: K.3 COMPUTERS AND EDUCATION
O'Donovan, Siobhan, James Gain and Patrick Marais (2013) A Case Study in the Gamification of a University-level Games Development Course. In Proceedings SAICSIT 2013, pages 242-251, East London, South Africa.
Ssekakubo, Grace, Hussein Suleman and Gary Marsden (2014) A Streamlined Mobile User-Interface for Improved Access to LMS Services. In Proceedings eLmL 2014 : The Sixth International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Learning, pages 92-101, Barcelona, Spain.
Phiri, Lighton, Christoph Meinel and Hussein Suleman (2016) Ad hoc vs. Organised Orchestration: A Comparative Analysis of Technology-driven Orchestration Approaches. In Kumar, Viraj and Sahana Murthy, Eds. Proceedings IEEE Eighth International Conference on Technology for Education, pages 200-203, Mumbai, India.
Boyinbode, O. K. and A. S. Bagula (2011) An Adaptive and Personalized Ubiquitous Learning Middleware Support for Handicapped Learners. In Proceedings Eighth International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations, pages 632-637, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Bassey, Patience Charles and Hussein Suleman (2012) An assessment tool for teaching aids towards the retention of female students in computer science. Technical Report CS12-09-00, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.
Berman, S. and V. Katoma (2008) An e-Learning Model Based on Collaboration and Sharing. In Remenyi, D, Eds. Proceedings The 3rd International Conference on e-Learning, pages 19-26, University of Cape Town.
Omar, Muammar, Afzal Dalwai and Hussein Suleman (2005) An Evaluation of the QTI E-Learning Standard in Resource-Limited Environments. In Proceedings 7th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, Cape Town.
Boyinbode, Olutayo, Antoine Bagula and Dick Ngambi (2011) An Opencast Mobile learning Framework for Enhancing Learning in Higher Education. International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology 4(3).
Suleman, Hussein (2008) Automatic Marking with Sakai. In Proceedings Annual Conference of South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists (SAICSIT), Wilderness Beach Hotel, Wilderness, South Africa.
Mbogo, Charity, Edwin Blake and Hussein Suleman (2016) Design and Use of Static Scaffolding Techniques to Support Java Programming on a Mobile Phone. In Proceedings 2016 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE 2016), pages 314-319, Arequipa, Peru.
Ng'ethe, George Gitau (2016) Design of a Mobile Support and Content Authoring tool to Support Deaf Adults Training in Computer Literacy Skills. MSc, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.
Mbogo, Chao, Edwin Blake and Hussein Suleman (2016) Evaluating the effect of using scaffolding techniques to support Java programming on a mobile phone. IADIS International Journal on WWW/Internet 14(1):101-124.
Keet, C. Maria (2015) Experiment with Peer Instruction in Computer Science to Enhance Class Attendance. In Huillet, E., Eds. Proceedings 23rd Annual Meeting of the Southern African Association for Research in Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education (SAARMSTE'15), pages 319-331, Maputo, Mozambique.
Suleman, Hussein (2016) Flipping a Course on Computer Architecture. In Gruner, S, Eds. Proceedings Annual Conference of the Southern African Computer Lecturers' Association (SACLA 2016), pages 83-94, Cullinan, South Africa.
Mbogho, Audrey and Stephen Marquard (2013) Improving the Transcription of Academic Lectures for Information Retrieval. The 12th International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications (ICMLA'13), Miami, FL, USA.
Mbogo, Chao , Edwin Blake and Hussein Suleman (2014) Initial Evaluation of a Mobile Scaffolding Application that seeks to Support Novice Learners of Programming . In Proceedings Mobile Learning, Madrid, Spain.
Ncube, Sinini and Hussein Suleman (2017) Learner Satisfaction in eTextbook Co-reading: A comparative study of internal and external forums. In Proceedings The Ninth International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Learning (eLmL 2017), pages 101-108, Paris, France.
Ng'ethe, George G., Edwin H. Blake and Meryl Glaser (2014) Mobile Aid for Deaf People Learning Computer Literacy Skills. In Proceedings Southern African Telecommunication Networks and Applications (SATNAC), Port Elizabeth.
Walton, Marion (2014) Mobile literacies: Appropriating txt in the M4LIT Project, in Archer, Arlene and Denise Newfield, Eds. Multimodal approaches to research and pedagogy: Recognition, resources and access, pages 108-128. London: Routledge.
Mbogo, Chao , Edwin Blake and Hussein Suleman (2013) Mobile Scaffolding Application to Support Novice Learners of Computer Programming. In Proceedings 6th International Conference on Information and Communications Technologies and Development, pages 84-87, Cape Town.
Phiri, Lighton, Christoph Meinel and Hussein Suleman (2017) Peer Tutoring Orchestration: Streamlined Technology-driven Orchestration for Peer Tutoring. In Escudeiro, Paula, Gennaro Costagliola and Susan Zvacek, Eds. Proceedings 9th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, pages 434-441, Porto, Portugal.
Noakes, Travis, Marion Walton, Anja Venter and Johannes Cronje (2014) Phone to Photoshop: Mobile workarounds in young people’s visual self-presentation strategies. In Proceedings Design Development and Research Conference, pages 159-180, Cape Town.
Vermeulen, Hendranus, James Gain, Patrick Marais and Siobhan O'Donovan (2016) Reimagining gamification through the lens of Activity Theory. In Proceedings 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), pages 1328-1337, Hawaii, USA.
Rai, Idris, Anthony Rodrigues, Isabella Venter, Godfrey Mills, Hussein Suleman and John Edumadze (2011) Relevant Computing Curricula in Sub-Saharan Africa. In Proceedings 3rd International ICST Conference on e-Infrastructure and e-Services for Developing Countries (Africomm 2011), Zanzibar Islands, Tanzania.
Parker, Nabeel, Morné Valentyn, Hussein Suleman, Christoph Meinel and Lighton Phiri (2018) Reusable and Shareable Orchestration Packages. Technical Report CS18-02-00, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.
Mbogo, Charity Chao, Edwin Blake and Hussein Suleman (2015) Scaffolding Java programming on a mobile phone for novice learners. In Proceedings IADIS International Conference on Mobile Learning 2015, pages 3-10, Madeira, Portugal.
Ng'ethe, George G., Edwin H. Blake and Meryl Glaser (2015) SignSupport: A Mobile Aid for Deaf People Learning Computer Literacy Skills. In Helfert, Markus, Maria Teresa Restivo, Susan Zvacek and James Uhomoibhi, Eds. Proceedings 7th International Conference on Computer Supported Education (CSEDU) 2, pages 501-511, Lisbon, Portugal.
Ladeira, Ilda Maria (2006) Story Experience in a Virtual San Storytelling Environment: A Cultural Heritage Application for Children and Young Adults. MSc, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.
Ng'ethe, George G., Edwin H. Blake and Meryl Glaser (2016) Supporting Deaf Adult Learners Training in Computer Literacy Classes, in Zvacek, Susan, Maria Teresa Restivo, James Uhomoibhi and Markus Helfert, Eds. Computer Supported Education, chapter 34, pages 598-617. Springer International Publishing.
Meissner, Frederick (2014) Supporting NGO Intermediation with Internet Systems: Comparing Mobile and Web Examples for Reaching Low Income Urban Youth of Cape Town. MSc, Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town.
Mbogo, Chao , Edwin Blake and Hussein Suleman (2014) Supporting the Construction of Programs on a Mobile Device: A Scaffolding Framework. In Proceedings Mobile Communications for Development (M4D), Dakar, Senegal.
Suleman, Hussein, Stephan Jamieson and Maria Keet (2017) Testing Test-Driven Development. In Proceedings 46th Annual Conference of the Southern African Computer Lecturers' Association (SACLA 2017) 730, pages 241-250, Magaliesburg, South Africa.
Mgala, Mvurya, Hussein Suleman and Audrey Mbogho (2016) Undereducation, Motivating Intervention in Rural Schools with MAPPS. In Proceedings First African Conference on Human Computer Interaction (AfriCHI 2016), pages 203-207, Nairobi, Kenya.
Number of records: 43.
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