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Perception and preparedness of stakeholders at hospitals to utilize a paperless environment.
The embracing of Health Information Technology (HIT) by hospitals is viewed as one mechanism to mitigate the ever-growing healthcare supply and demand gap, reduce medical errors, increase efficiency, improve quality of ...
Can "podcasts" significantly improve first time, first year economics students' results?
Abstract available from the print copy or the electronic version of the thesis.
The effective use of computers and emerging technologies for e-education in public secondary schools in urban and rural communities of KwaZulu-Natal.
This study identifies problems and competencies, with the aim of establishing whether educators would be willing to adopt e-Education; and be ready to implement the policy in the classroom, as well as the acceptance of ...
The attitudes and self-reported competencies of educators in rural schools of KwaZulu-Natal regarding the use of information communication technology to delivery e-education to rural communities.
In 2004 the South African Department of Education released a White Paper on e-Education in which it outlined its intention to introduce Information Communication Technology (ICT) to deliver e-Education in South African ...
Forensic computing strategies for ethical academic writing.
This study resulted in the creation of a conceptual framework for ethical academic writing that can be applied to cases of authorship identification. The framework is the culmination of research into various other forensic ...
The perspectives of technology implementers about informaton communication technology deployment to rural communities in KwaZulu-Natal.
The purpose of this study was to explore the deployment of Information Communication Tech-nology to rural communities of KwaZulu-Natal from the perspective of the State Information Technology Agency (SITA), the technology ...
The management of e-waste in KwaZulu-Natal.
Information Technology is seen as that which makes one's life easier, fun and more comfortable. When a new cellular phone is launched one is eager to see what the new phone has to offer, and often one convinces ...
The thinking styles of IT students and practitioners.
IT expenditures and organizational performance have been disconnected in the past due to an economic transition from an era of competitive advantage on information, to one based on knowledge creation. The earlier era was ...
Real-time strategy games and task switching.
Numerous authors have examined the effects of video games on executive functions. This research focuses on the effects of video games on task switching, one aspect of executive functions. Switching between different tasks ...
From promise to practice : information systems implementation : why the gap? : a study of organisational learning at the University of Natal, Durban campus, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
The following study has taken a systems approach to investigate organisational learning within the University of Natal, Durban (UND), The research used the Banner system implementation project as the case study for the ...