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Peer-reviewed Journals (DoE Accredited)

  • Brown, I.T.J., Moola, I., Mugjenkar, A. and Sands, M. 2008. Impediments on the path to academic success in an IS degree programme: a South African perspective. South African Computer Journal, 41: 64-74.
  • Chigona, W.M.G. and Chigona, A. 2009. MXIT Up in the Media: Media Discourse Analysis on a Mobile Instant Messaging System. The Southern African Journal of Information and Communication, 9: 42-57.
  • Chigona, W.M.G., Roode, J.D. and Pollock, M.A. 2009. South Africa's Socio-Techno Divide: A critical disourse analysis of government speeches. South African Computer Journal, 44: 3-20.
  • Chigona, W.M.G. and Mbhele, F. 2008. The Role of the Internet in Alleviating Social Exclusion: The Case of the Western Cape Province. South African Computer Journal, 41: 75-85.
  • Hart, M.L., Chiang, Y.-.H.A. and Mbilizi, T. 2009. Balancing Agent Performance and Customer Service in Contact Centres. Journal of Contemporary Management, 6: 151-169.
  • Johnston, K., Botha, N., Pillay, N. and Posthumus, S. 2009. Investigating the Role of Value Creation in Information Systems Relevance. Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology, 41(3): 239-261.
  • Johnston, K., Abader, T., Brey, S. and Stander, A. 2009. Understanding the Outsourcing Decision in South Africa with regard to ICT. South African Journal of Business Management, 40(4): 37-49.
  • Kyobe, M. 2009. Factors Influencing SME Compliance with Government Regulation on Use of IT: The Case of South Africa. Journal of Global Information Management, 17(2): 30-59.
  • Kyobe, M., Molai, P. and Salie, T. 2009. Investigating Electronic Records Management and Compliance with Regulatory Requirements in a South African University. South African Journal of Information Management, 11(1): 1-17.*
  • Ng'ambi, D. and Brown, I.T.J. 2009. Intended and unintended consequences of student use of an online questioning environment. British Journal of Educational Technology, 40(2): 316-328.

Peer-reviewed Journals (not DoE Accredited)

  • Brown, I.T.J., Letsididii, B.N. and Nazeer, M.N. 2009. Internet Access in South African Homes: A Preliminary Study on Factors Influencing Consumer Choice. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 38(2): 1-13.
  • Chigona, W.M.G., Beukes, D., Vally, J. and Tanner, M. 2009. Can Mobile Internet Help Alleviate Social Exclusion in Developing Countries? Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 36(7): 1-16.
  • Chigona, W.M.G., Chigona, A., Ngqokelela, B. and Mpofu, S. 2009. MXIT: Uses, Perceptions and Self-justifications. Journal of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations, 4: 1-16.
  • Johnston, K., Andersen, B., Davidge-Pitts, J. and Ostensen-Saunders, M. 2009. Identifying Student Potential for ICT Entrepreneurship Using Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicators. Journal of Information Technology Education, 8: 29-43.
  • Pollock, M.A. 2009. Investigating the Relationship Between Team Role Diversity and Team Performance in Information Systems Teams. Journal of Information Technology Management, 20(1): 1-14.
  • Tanner, M. 2009. Communication and Culture in Global Software Development: The Case of Mauritius and South Africa. Journal of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations, 4: 57-85.

Chapters in books

Banderker, N. and Van Belle, J.W.G.D. 2009. Adoption of Mobile Technology by Public Healthcare Doctors: A Developing Country Perspective. In Khalil Khoumbati, Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Aradhana Srivstava, Banita Lal (eds), Handbook of Research on Advances in Health Informatics and Electronic Healthcare Applications. pp. 368-383. United States of America: IGI Global.  ISBN 9781605660301.

Peer-reviewed published conference proceedings

  • Bankole, F. and Brown, I.T.J. 2009. Contributions of Information and Communication Technology to Global Development: A Trend Analysis. In Marius Mostert (eds),  Proceedings of SATNAC (Southern Africa Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference), 30 Aug - 2 Sept 2009, Swaziland. Swaziland: SATNAC. ISBN 9780620441070.
  • Brown, W. and Brown, I.T.J. 2009. Towards a Research Framework for a Human Development-based “Bottom of the Pyramid” ICT Development Strategy in South Africa. In S Newell, E Whitley, N Pouloudi, J Wareham, L Mathiassen (eds),  Proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Information Systems, 8-10 June 2009, Italy. Italy: Universita di Verona. ISBN 9788861293915.
  • Chigona, W.M.G. 2009. Factors Impeding the Use of Mobile Internet in Developing Countries: Case of South Africa. In P.A. van Brakel (eds), Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, 2-4 September 2009, Port Elizabeth. Cape Town: Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town. ISBN 9780620452151.
  • Chigona, W.M.G. 2009. Uses & Gratification of Social Network Sites: Case of South Africa. In P.A. van Brakel (eds), Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, 2-4 September 2009, Port Elizabeth. Cape Town: Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town. ISBN 9780620452151.
  • Cloete, E. and Tanner, M. 2009. B2B e-Market Adoption in South African Retail Companies. In P.A. van Brakel (eds), Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, 2-4 September 2009, Port Elizabeth. Cape Town: Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town. ISBN 9780620452151.
  • Dlodlo, N., Krause, C., Mathaba, S.U., Mvelase, P.S. and Kabanda, S. 2009. Preparedness of South African Deep Rural SMMEs to Deliver e-Government Services to Local Communities. In Jacques Steyn & Graeme Johanson (eds), Proceedings of the 3rd International IDIA Development Informatics Conference, 28-30 October 2009, South Africa. South Africa: Monash University of Information Technology. ISBN 9780620450379.
  • Dreyer, E., Cloete, E. and Weimann, P. 2009. Post Adoption Phenomena for Mobile Service Continuance: A Mobile Banking Perception. In P.A. van Brakel (eds), Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, 2-4 September 2009, Port Elizabeth. Cape Town: Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town. ISBN 9780620452151.
  • Eccles, M.G., Smith, J., Tanner, M., Van Belle, J.W.G.D. and van der Watt, S. 2009. The Influence of Collocation on Team Effectiveness. In Khalid S. Soliman (eds), Proceedings of the 13th International Business Information Management Association Conference, 9-10 November 2009, Morocco. Morocco: IBIMA. ISBN 9780982148921.
  • Ellis, J. and Van Belle, J.W.G.D. 2009. Open Source Software Adoption by South African MSEs Barriers and Enablers. In John McNeill (eds), Proceedings of the 2009 Annual Conference of the Southern African Computer Lecturer's Association (SACLA 2009), 29 June - 1 July 2009, Eastern Cape. New York: The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). ISBN 9781605586830.
  • Hart, M.L. 2009. Business Intelligence Projects in Second Year Information Systems Courses. In John McNeill (eds),  Proceedings of the 2009 Annual Conference of the Southern African Computer Lecturer's Association (SACLA 2009), 29 June - 1 July 2009, Eastern Cape. New York: The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). ISBN 9781605586830.
  • Hart, M.L., Mwendia, K. and Singh, I. 2009. Managing Knowledge about Customers in Inbound Contact Centres. In Eltore Bolisani & Enrico Scarso (eds),  Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on Knowledge Management (ECKM), 3-4 September 2009, Italy. UK: Academic Publishing Limited, Reading, UK. ISBN 9781906638399.
  • Johanna C.J.C. and Roode, J.D. 2009. Glaserian and Straussian Grounded Theory: Similar or Completely Different?  In Jason Cohen & Scott Hazelhurst (eds),  Proceedings of the Annual Research Conference of the South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists, 12-14 October 2009, Vanderbijlpark. Johannesburg: SAICSIT. ISBN 9781605586434.
  • Kabanda, S., Brown, I.T.J., Nyamakura, V. and Keshav, J. 2009. Privacy Policy Statements and their Compliance to the ECT Act: The Case of South African Banks. In P.A. van Brakel (eds), Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, 2-4 September 2009, Port Elizabeth. Cape Town: Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town. ISBN 9780620452151.
  • Mlitwa, N. and Van Belle, J.W.G.D. 2009. The Use of ICT for Teaching and Learning in South African Higher Education Institutions. In Gupreet Dhillon (eds),  Proceedings of CISTM Conference on Information Science Technology and Management, July 13 - 15, 2009, New Delhi. USA: The Information Institute. ISBN 9781935160069.
  • Muganda, N. and Van Belle, J.W.G.D. 2009. Towards a Nomadic E-Government Co-Evolutionary Framework (NECE) for Building Knowledge Infrastructures for African Countries. In Khalid S. Soliman (eds), Proceedings of the 12th International Business Information Management Association Conference, 29 - 30 June 2009, Kuala Lumpur. USA: IBIMA. ISBN 9780982148914.
  • Mvelase, P.S., Dlodlo, N., Mathaba, S.U., Krause, C. and Kabanda, S. 2009. A Theoretical Framework for Government Information Service Delivery to Deep Rural Communities in South Africa. In Jacques Steyn & Graeme Johanson (eds),  Proceedings of the 3rd International IDIA Development Informatics Conference, 28-30 October 2009, South Africa. South Africa: Monash University of Information Technology. ISBN 9780620450379.
  • Nhlanhla, N. and Van Belle, J.W.G.D. 2009. An Activity Theory-Based Research Framework to Investigate Adoption of LMSs at Higher Education Institutions. In Khalid S. Soliman (eds), Proceedings of the 13th International Business Information Management Association Conference, 9-10 November 2009, Morocco. Morocco: IBIMA. ISBN 9780982148921.
  • Njenga, K. and Brown, I.T.J. 2009. Inductively Deriving an Organisational Information Security Risk Management Agenda by Exploring Process Improvisation. In HS Venter, M Coetzee & L Labuschagne (eds),  Proceedings of ISSA 2009 Conference, 6 - 8 July 2009, Johannesburg. Pretoria: Information Security South Africa (ISSA). ISBN 9781868547401.
  • Nyirenda, T. and Seymour, L. 2009. Social Interaction Online: The Case of a Cross-Disciplinary Research Conference. In John McNeill (eds),  Proceedings of the 2009 Annual Conference of the Southern African Computer Lecturer's Association (SACLA 2009), 29 June - 1 July 2009, Eastern Cape. New York: The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). ISBN 9781605586830.
  • Scott, E.C., Brown, R., Pearce, J. and Weimann, P. 2009. Ensuring Success and Quality through the Use of Standards in Team Projects: Students' Perceptions. In Arthur Tatnall & Anthony Jones (eds),  Proceedings of 9th IFIP TC 3 World Conference on Computers in Education, WCCE 2009, 27-31 July 2009, Brazil. Germany: Springer Heidelberg, Tiergartenstrasse 17, Heidelberg, Germany, D-69121. ISBN 9783642031144.
  • Sewchurran, K. and Scott, E.C. 2009. Learning and Making Sense of Project Phenomena in Information Systems Education. In Dr Sungwon Sohn (eds), Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Interaction Sciences: Information Technology, Culture and Human, 24-26 November 2009, Korea. New York: The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). ISBN 9781605587103.
  • Sewchurran, K. 2009. Toward principles to appreciate, explore and interrogate the future of the Internet in South Africa and the likely impact on Human Development. In Jacques Steyn & Graeme Johanson (eds),  Proceedings of the 3rd International IDIA Development Informatics Conference, 28-30 October 2009, South Africa. South Africa: Monash University of Information Technology. ISBN 9780620450379.
  • Thompson, G., Seymour, L. and O'Donovan, B.R. 2009. Towards a BPM Success Model: An Analysis in South African Financial Services Organisations. In Halpin et al (eds),  Proceedings of 10th International Workshop, PBMDS 2009 and 14th International Conference, EMMSAD 2009, June 2009, Amsterdam. The Netherlands: Springer Verlag, http://www.springeronline.de/, Netherlands. ISBN 9783642018619.
  • Van Belle, J.W.G.D. 2009. An ICT Maturity Model and Self-Help Resource Toolkit for African NGOs. In P.A. van Brakel (eds),  Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, 2-4 September 2009, Port Elizabeth. Cape Town: Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town. ISBN 9780620452151.
  • Van Belle, J.W.G.D. 2009. Building an E-readiness Self-Assessment Tool for NGO's: an African Experience. In Gupreet Dhillon (eds),  Proceedings of CISTM Conference on Information Science Technology and Management, July 13 - 15, 2009, New Delhi. USA: The Information Institute. ISBN 9781935160069.

Doctoral dissertations

  • Hanmer, L. 2009. Factors associated with the successful implementation of computerised hospital information systems in South Africa: 1-243. Supervised by Prof J.D. Roode and Dr. S. Isaacs.
  • Njenga, K. 2009. Conceptualising the Role of Improvisation in Information Security Risk Management Activities: A South Africa Case Study. Supervised by A/Prof I.T.J. Brown.
  • Ochara, N. 2009. The E-Government Artifact in the Context of a Developing Country: Towards a Nomadic Framework. Supervised by A/Prof JP Van Belle.
  • Sewchurran, K. 2009. Toward a Regional Ontology for Information Systems Project Management. Supervised by Prof D Smith and Prof J.D. Roode

Masters degrees (by research)

  • Bankole, F. 2009. Investigating the Impact of ICT Investments on Human Development. Masters in Information Systems.  Supervised by A/Prof I.T.J. Brown
  • Davids, M. 2009. An Investigation into Factor Affecting the Motivation to Use ICTs for Curriculum Delivery in the Western Cape Schools: The Educators' Perspective. Masters in Information Systems. Supervised by A/Prof W. Chigona
  • Hirallal, S. 2009. The Impact of Shared Domain Knowledge (SDK) on Strategic Information Systems Planning (SISP) and Effectiveness. Masters in Information Systems. Supervised by A/Prof I.T.J. Brown
  • Mpazanje, F. 2009. Towards Understanding As-lived Experiences in Information Systems Projects: An Actor-network Theory Perspective. Masters in Information Systems. Supervised by Dr K. Sewchurran
  • Naidoo, G. 2009. Object-orientated Programming: Bringing Perspective to the Claims and Counter-claims. Masters in Information Systems. Supervised by Ms E Scott.
  • Nazeer, M. 2009. Assessing the Quality of Airline Websites and its Impact on User Satisfaction and Continuance Intention. Masters in Information Systems. Supervised by Mr A. Stander
  • Patel, K. 2009. Investigating Multi-Channel Banking Adoption in South Africa. Masters in Information Systems. Supervised by A/Prof I.T.J. Brown
  • Sader, F. 2009. Using the Strategic Alignment Model to Explore Alignment Issues between Business and IT in a Large Financial Services Organisation in South Africa. Masters. Supervised by A/Prof K. Johnston
  • Shongwe, M.M. 2009. Examining the Role of Mobile Phones in Minimising Knowledge Transfer Impediments in Students Project Teams. Masters in Information Systems. Supervised by A/Prof M. Kyobe