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1 Addison Tom Division of Information Systems, School of Economic and Business Sciences,University of the Witwatersrand,Private Bag 3, Wits, 2050, South Africa.,Tel + 27 (0)11 717 8152,email addisont@sebs.wits.ac.za Striving for IS III project excellence, the views of graduates. 
2 Alexander P. M P M Alexander and J H Kroeze, Dept of Informatics, University of Pretoria, Lynnwood Rd, HATFIELD, Pretoria, 0083. +27-12-420-3367 pmalex@postino.up.ac.za What do we achieve by making honours students write research papers?
3 Anderson George G. George G. Anderson,Adekunle O. Eyitayo,Department of Computer Science, University of Botswana
{andersong,eyitayo}@mopipi.ub.bw
Experience with Porting a Benchmark Suite to QNX
4 Anderson George  G. G. Anderson and T. Mogotlhwane
Department of Computer Science
University of Botswana
{andersong,mogotlhw}@mopipi.ub.bw
Usage of a WebCT-based Course in the University of Botswana: A Case Study from GEC121
5 Anniroot, J J Anniroot*, EJ Dean**
†Department of Information Technology, Durban Institute of Technology, Durban, SA,
*annirootj@dit.ac.za, Tel: +27-31-3085583, Fax: +27 31 3085598
**deane@dit.ac.za, Tel: +27-31-3085551, Fax: +27 31 3085598
Using Self-Organizing Maps to Analyze First Year IT Results in Relation to the Student’s Matriculation Results
6 Averweg Udo Richard  eThekwini Municipality and University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban
Information Services, eThekwini Municipality, PO Box 828, Durban, 4000
averwegu@durban.gov.za
Impact of intranets on executive information systems implementation in organisations in Kwazulu‑Natal
7 Averweg Udo Richard eThekwini Municipality and University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban
Information Services, eThekwini Municipality, PO Box 828, Durban, 4000
averwegu@durban.gov.za
ICT considerations for business organisations’ information needs in a metropolitan municipality in South Africa
8 Awuah E. B. E. B,Awuah, F. J. Ogwu,, S. D. Asare, G. A. Aderoumu, ,
Computer Science Department
University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana
Tel: +267-355-2435/Fax+267-3185100
{ogwufj, asaresd, awuaheb}@mopipi.ub.bw
Routing Model for Computer Network
9 Benvenuti Susan Information Systems, School of Business and Economic Sciences, Private Bag 3Wits 2050,Tel : + 27 11 717 8162 Fax:  + 27 11 717 8139 e-mail: benvenutis@sebs.wits.ac.za Academic Literacy in Information Systems Students
10 Blewett C. C Blewett, D Achmad
University of KwaZulu-Natal
blewett@ukzn.ac.za
achmadd@ukzn.ac.za
Towards identifying predictors of student performance in learning computer programming at a South African University
11 Chikasha Samuel Samuel Chikasha and  Nephas Mufutumari, Department of Computer Science
University of Zimbabwe
P. O. Box Mp167
Mt Pleasant
Harare, Zimbabawe
Chikasha@science.uz.ac.zw   mcnephy@science.uz.ac.zw
Some human factor issues in an e-learning enabled tertiary institution
12 Dehinbo Johnson O. Tshwane University of Technology
DehinboOJ@tut.ac.za
jdehinbo@yahoo.com
Performance of web-based 2-tier middleware platforms
13 Dempster Rob School of Computer Science
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Pietermaritzburg
robd@cs.ukzn.ac.za
UNIX 4U2: Why I use Linux on my desktop
14 Dimas S Department of Informatics
University of Pretoria
Pretoria
0002
0827437334 email: taiki.dimas@up.ac.za
The importance of teaching creativity and innovation to first year systems design students
15 Dlodlo Joseph Bhekizwe Joseph Bhekizwe Dlodlo
Department of Computer Systems
Vaal University Of Technology
P.Bag X021South Africa
josephd@vut.ac.za
Bakhe M Nleya
Department of Electrical Engineering,
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Intelligent Agent  Driven E-Learning Content Delivery In 3G Networks.
16 G. Mosweunyane, G. Mosweuyanne and T. Zuva
Computer Science Department
University of Botswana
P Bag 0022
Gaborone
Using VLANS To Revolutionalize The Organizational Structure
17 Giannini-Gachago Daniela Deepti Garg, Lecturer, Computer Science Department
Daniela Giannini-Gachago, Instructional Designer, Educational Technology Unit
Factors influencing students’ perception of elearning in undergraduate basic level computer course at the University of Botswana
18 Goosen Leila Leila Goosen, Department of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, University of Pretoria 0002 South Africa
+27 12 420 5734 lgoosen@gk.up.ac.za
Vreda Pieterse, Department of Computer Science,  University of Pretoria 0002 South Africa +27 12 420 3652
vpieterse@cs.up.ac.za
Roller coaster riding: highs and lows of understanding OO
19 Gopolang, B. Gopolang B. and T. Zuva
Computer Science Department
University of Botswana
P Bag 0022
Gaborone
Influence Of Local Area Network Technology Advances In Local Area Network Design
20 Halland Ken Ken Halland, Lazarus Aron, Ruth de Villiers

School of Computing, Unisa, P.O. Box 392, Pretoria, 0003
012 429-{6493, 6815, 6559}
{hallakj, aronl, dvillmr}@unisa.ac.za
Academic performance of postgraduate assistants
21 Heerden D van Ms D van Heerden
School of Computing
Department of Systems Organization
UNISA
dvheerden@tsa.ac.za
Closing the distance when teaching a programming language
22 Jean-Paul Van Belle Prof Jean-Paul Van Belle
University of Cape Town, P Bag, 7701, Rondebosch, RSA
Tel: +27-21-6504256  Fax: +27-21-6502280
jpvbelle@commerce.uct.ac.za
A Community Outreach Programme for Information Systems Students at the University of Cape Town
23 Jolliffe Bob Bob Jolliffe
University of South Africa, School of Computing
jollirm@unisa.ac.za
Telepone +27 012 429 6940
Software patents in the context of Southern African countries
24 Kritzinger E. E. Kritzinger
School of Computing
University of South Africa, Pretoria, SA
e-mail:kritze@unisa.ac.za
Address: Posbus 12995,Die Hoewes ,0162,South Africa
Telephone number: +27 12 429 88547
Implementing Information Security Management through Five Non-Technical Pillars
25 Leonard AC AC Leonard
Department of Informatics, University of Pretoria
Pretoria 0002, Republic of South Africa
Tel: +27+12+4203375
Fax: + 27+12+3625287
Awie.Leonard@up.ac.za
M Wheeler
IT Department, University of Pretoria
IT Service Delivery and Service Support In South African Universities: The Characteristics And Pitfalls Of A Generic Approach
26 Main-Baillie Lara Lara Main-Baillie  University of KwaZulu-Natal Private Bag X01
Scottsville  Pietermaritzburg, 3209 Laram@msmail.cs.unp.ac.za
(033) 260 5789 (tel) (033) 260 5648 (fax) 082 951 3432 (cell)
Changing the dynamics of group work: the survivor twist case study at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg campus
27 Mapoka, Keneilwe Keneilwe Mapoka
Oduronke Eyitayo
Lecturers, Computer Science Department,
University of Botswana
Staff views on the use of WebCT in teaching a computer literacy course: a case study of the University of Botswana.
28 Merwe, Alta van der Alta van der Merwe
University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
vdmeraj@unisa.ac.za

Johannes Cronje
University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa
jcronje@up.ac.za

Paula Kotzé
University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
kotzep@unisa.ac.za
Selecting a Qualitative Research Approach for Information Systems Research
29 Merwe, Willem P. van der Willem P. van der Merwe
Department of Information Science
University of Stellenbosch
Email: wpvdm@sun.ac.za
Reconsidering the relevance of IS curricula for Southern Africa
30 Mogothlwane O Opelo Mogotlhwane
Computer Science Department
University of Botswana
P/Bag 0022 Gaborone, Botswana
E-mail: mogoom@mopipi.ub.bw 
Empirical computing costs in a computing training environment
31 Moswetsi W. W. Moswetsi
Computer Information Systems, Military Academy, Stellenbosch University
J.C. Renken
Computer Information Systems, Military Academy, Stellenbosch University
A. Neethling
Statistics, Military Academy, Stellenbosch University
Assessing the perception of undergraduate students of the South African military academy towards and the value of ICT/Computers
32 Motlogelwa Nkwebi P. Nkwebi P. Motlogelwa
(motlogelwan@cs.wits.ac.za)
School of Computer Science
University of Witwatersrand
Private Bag 3, 2050 Wits, Jburg, RSA
(+27)117176178

Conrad Muller
(Conrad@cs.wits.ac.za)
School of Computer Science
University of Witwatersrand
Private Bag 3, 2050 Wits, Jburg, RSA
(+27)117176190
Dynamic Load Balancing techniques on Heterogeneous Network of Workstations: A survey
33 Naidoo. D D. Naidoo1, A. Scholtz2 and N Cetwayo3

1Department of Computer Science, University of Limpopo, P/Bag X1106, Sovenga, 0727, South Africa. naidood@ul.ac.za
2Information Communication Technology, University of Limpopo, P/Bag X1106, Sovenga, 0727, South Africa. andys@ul.ac.za
3Information Communication Technology, University of Limpopo, P/Bag X1106, Sovenga, 0727, South Africa. nomvuyisoc@ul.ac.za
ICT and the Digital Divide at the University of Limpopo: so what’s happening?
34 Naude Elsa Tertia Hörne & Elsa Naudé
School of Computing
University of South Africa
(hornet/naudeej@unisa.ac.za)
PO Box 392
Pretoria
0003
+27124296450
Students Cheating in Assignments: How does this affect Examination Results?
35 Nomusa Dlodlo Nomusa Dlodlo
National University of Science and Technology
Box AC 939
Ascot, Bulawayo
Zimbabwe
Telephone: +263-9-282842 / 289435
Fax: +263-9-286803
E-mail: ndlodlo@nust.ac.zw
BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION IN MATABELELAND NORTH PROVINCE OF ZIMBABWE: IMPROVING EDUCATION THROUGH ICTs
36 Nomusa Dlodlo Nomusa Dlodlo
National University of Science and Technology
Box AC 939
Ascot, Bulawayo
Zimbabwe
Telephone: +263-9-282842 / 289435
Fax: +263-9-286803
E-mail: ndlodlo@nust.ac.zw
APPLICATION OF BLOGGING AS A TOOL PUBLISHING STUDENT AND TEACHER PORTFOLIOS
37 Norman H. Buller Norman H. Buller and Rosemary D. Quilling
School of Information Systems & Technology
Faculty of Management Studies
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Private Bag X01, Scottsville, 3209, RSA
bullern@ukzn.ac.za, quillingr@ukzn.ac.za
Towards Developing and Applying a First Year Information Systems Curriculum on a Multi-Campus University
38 Nyongesa,H. Okola H.O. Nyongesa, B. Gopolang
Department of Computer Science,
University of Botswana
Models for Optimisation of the Effectiveness of Information Retrieval Systems.
39 Padayachee K Keshnee Padayachee
University of South Africa
Phone: (012) 429 6516
Fax : (012) 4296848
e-mail : Padayk@unisa.ac.za
The next challenge: Aspect-Oriented Programming
40 Pieterse Vreda Vreda Pieterse, vpieterse@cs.up.ac.za, 012 420 3652
Linda Marshall, lmarshall@cs.up.ac.za, 012 420 3624
Department of Computer Science
University of Pretoria
0002
Factors to consider when forming Software Engineering teams in a final year module
41 Ponelis, S. R. S. R. Ponelis and P. JoubertEmail:
{shana.ponelis@up.ac.za, pjoubert@postino.up.ac.za}
School of Information Technology, University of Pretoria
Improving information systems students’ understanding of business processes
42 ROUX, GYS LE GYS LE ROUX
Department of Informatics
University of Pretoria
A Project Web Site – Using WebCT to facilitate peer review in IS teaching
43 Sackstein Suzanne Suzanne Sackstein  and   Susan Benvenuti
sacksteins@sebs.wits.ac.za    benvenutis@sebs.wits.ac.za
University of the Witwatersrand   University of the Witwatersrand
Methods for evaluating Interface Designs within an undergraduate systems development project
44 Shrivastava Manish Manish Shrivastava1, Alka Shrivastava 2
1 Senior lecturer, Deptt. Of CEIT, Email: mshrivastava@yahoo.com, Mobile: 0025008855170
2 Asstt. Lecturer, Faculty of Management, Email: alka_shrivastava2001@yahoo.com
Kigali Institute of Science, Technology and Management Kigali, Rwanda, Africa
The next Generation Web Technologies and their Impact on e- learning
45 Singh Shawren Shawren Singh and Corné de Ridder
School of Computing
Unisa
My marriage to cousin Lily
46 Soganile Ndabezinhle Mr. Ndabezibhle Soganile,National University of Science and Technology The impact of ICT in Community based Learning
47 Spark Linda Mrs Linda Spark
University of the Witwatersrand : Information Systems
Private Bag 3
WITS 2050
lindas@isys.wits.ac.za
+27 11 717 8163
Matric maths as a predictor of success in Information Systems – a study of Information Systems students at the University of the Witwatersrand
48 Totev D.M. E. B. Awuah, S. D. Asare Computer Science Dept., University of Botswana
R. Charakupa, Y. Liu, D.M.Totev, DMSE, University of Botswana
S-BASICÓ  in  Education
49 van Zijl, Lynette Lynette van Zijl and  McElory Hoffmann
Department of Computer Science, Stellenbosch University,
South Africa.
Private Bag X1, Matieland, 7602, South Africa.
Telephone number: +27-21-8084232.
Fax number: +27-21-8084416.
E-mail: lynette@cs.sun.ac.za
The Development of a  Plagiarism Detection System
50 Velempini Mthulisi Mr. Mthulisi Velempini
National University of Science and Technology (N.U.S.T)
P. O. Box AC 939
Ascot
Bulawayo
Zimbabwe
Tel 263-9-282842 ext 2011
Fax 263-9-
e-mail  mvelempini@nust.ac.zw
Local security, user and network access policies a cost effective way to securing a computer system.
51 Velempini Mthulisi Mr. Mthulisi Velempini
National University of Science and Technology (N.U.S.T)
P. O. Box AC 939
Ascot
Bulawayo
Zimbabwe
Tel 263-9-282842 ext 2011
Fax 263-9-
e-mail  mvelempini@nust.ac.zw
Integrity, confidentiality and security of data and information in a networked environment, a challenge to all educational Institutions in maintaining their integrity.
52 Venter L. M. Prof Lucas Venter, School of Computing, UNISA, PO Box 392, UNISA 0003, South Africa
Tel +27 12 4296368
e-mail: ventelm@unisa.ac.za
Word processing meets Typography

 
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