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Towards appropriate user interface design preserving rural African communication practices.
Poster presentation: The aim of this research project is to determine current communication structures and discourse practices of listeners in a selected rural community.
Lessons towards developing an integrated tool-support for small team meetings.
(MECS Publisher, 2012)
Teams within organisations meet regularly to review their progress and engage in collaborative activities within a team setting. However, the uptake of tools to support their activities within team meetings is limited. ...
Digital forensics in the Cloud: Research perspectives. Paper presented at the ISC Secure Johannesburg Conference, November 15, 2012.
I am a researcher in forensic computing carrying out research aimed to develop a sound theoretical and scientific foundation for the discipline, based on principles broadly gained from software engineering.
An integrated tool-support for small team meetings in organisations.
Teams collaborate in different contexts within organisations to share information with its members in achieving their targets. Collaborations with face-to-face meetings are prevalent despite the emergence of numerous tools ...
Development of InfoVis software for digital forensics.
Information Visualisation techniques are one method that may be used to combat the growing complexity and data sizes associated with digital forensic investigations. This work outlines the processes, challenges, trials ...
Online business marketing for SMMEs in low-resource communities: A step by step process for setting up an online interactive environment. Paper presented at the 1st Namibia Customer Service Awards & Conference, 2014.
The rise of entrepreneurship has led to the development of small businesses. These developments have also been witnessed in low resource areas. As a result, the continuous increase of small business creates stiff competition ...
Why tertiary students largely fail beginning computer programming courses at the Polytechnic of Namibia: Different perceptions, common recommendations.
(Polytechnic of Namibia, Department of Communication, 2010)
Results for beginning computer-programming courses at the Polytechnic of Namibia show high failure rates. This study explores perceived reasons by lecturers and students, in particular with regard to the impact of the ...
Determining requirements within an indigenous knowledge system of African rural communities.
Eliciting and analyzing requirements within knowledge systems, which fundamentally differ so far from technology supported systems represent particular challenges. African rural communities’ life is deeply rooted in an ...
An attempt to merge local and technological paradigms in the digital representation of indigenous knowledge.
Current technology trends and developments have hardly been informed by African indigenous and rural knowledge systems. Thus either substantial modifications are necessary in adapting technology to the requirements of ...