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Johannes Christoffel Cronje

Publications

  • Governance of information technology in a complex economy
  • Covid-19 Policy Implications for Blended Learning in Higher Education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • WhatsApp as a tool for Building a Learning Community
  • Alone in a Group Ten Characteristics of the Live Online Critique
  • From face-to-face to Distance: Towards Flexibility in five Dimensions of Blended Learning: Lessons Learnt from the Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Digital device ownership and learning environment preferences of students in South Africa and Ghana
  • A continuum of teachers’ e-learning practices
  • Managing information in education
  • Thumbnail sketches on idea development: The drawing board vs computer generation
  • The ABC (aim, belief, concern) instant research question generator
  • Paradigms revisited: a quantitative investigation into a model to integrate objectivism and constructivism in instructional design
  • E-learning and e-libraries–Quo vadis?
  • The future of our field–A STEEP perspective
  • Exploring information and communication theory in graphic design education with activity theory
  • A framework for investigating universities readiness for on-line learning: With particular reference to Sudanese universities
  • Why I don't use the library
  • Learning 3.0: Rhizomatic Implications for Blended Learning
  • The surprising truth about how metaphor motivates e-learners
  • How good librarians have made themselves obsolete to some users
  • Design research and research design-bringing the two together
  • An open source self-assessment platform as technological tool for distance and open education learners
  • The sustainable implementation of a master's programme in IT for education in a developing context
  • Twenty-first-Century Learning, Rhizome Theory, and Integrating Opposing Paradigms in the Design of Personal Learning Systems
  • Challenges to Sustainability in the Graphic Design Practices of a Developing Nation
  • Designing Questions for Research Design and Design Research in e- Learning
  • The Sustainable Implementation of a Master’s Programme in IT for Education in a Developing Context
  • Mixed-Method Methodology unto a Learning Design Tool
  • Towards a New Definition of Blended Learning
  • Fifteen years of research on computers and education from South Africa
  • Towards a systemic view of educational technology in developing regions
  • The Future of Our Field – A STEEP Perspective
  • Paradigms revisited: a quantitative investigation into a model to integrate objectivism and constructivism in instructional design
  • Social distancing close together: The rhizomatic role of WhatsApp in communities
  • Engagement with and Participation in Online role play Collaborative Arguments: A Sociocultural Perspective
  • A decision framework for Blended Learning in the Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Paradigms extended: how to integrate behaviorism, constructivism, knowledge domain, and learner mastery in instructional design
  • What is this thing called "design" in design research and instructional design
  • The surprising truth about how metaphor motivates e-learners
  • It alignment intelligence: The role of emotional intelligence in business and it alignment
  • An African research agenda for computers in education
  • Thumbnail sketches on idea development: The drawing board vs computer generation
  • Towards identification and classification of core and threshold concepts in methodology education in computing
  • Design milieux for learning environments in African contexts
  • Capital meets Capabilities: Negotiating cultural exclusion in participatory culture
  • Towards an integration of paradigmatic and pragmatic research in information systems
  • Building a white elephant? The case of the Cape Town Stadium
  • Analysis of data governance implications on big data
  • Exploring wiki-based collaborative writing activities among ESL pre-service education students
  • When TAM just won’t do
  • Diversity among postgraduate students belonging to a South African community of scholars
  • Randomised items in computer-based tests: Russian roulette in assessment?
  • Using Hofstede's cultural dimensions to interpret cross-cultural blended teaching and learning
  • Pretoria to Khartoum-How we taught an Internet-supported masters' programme across national, religious, cultural and linguistic barriers
  • Information society needs of managers in a large governmental organisation
  • Learning from a free-access digital information kiosk in Africa: An objectivist–constructivist investigation
  • Qualitative assessment across language barriers: An action research study
  • Alternatives in evaluating multimedia in secondary school science teaching
  • Towards a systemic view of educational technology in developing regions
  • The internet as an information conduit in developing countries: An investigation of World Wide Web usability among small and medium textile enterprises in Botswana
  • Up close and very personal–a proposed conceptual framework for mobile technology as a participant
  • Who killed e-learning
  • Surviving the shipwreck: what makes online students stay online and learn?
  • Online with Krathwohl: Affective aspects of learning in an online environment
  • Computers for Africa: Lessons learnt from introducing computers into schools in Mozambique
  • Training cataloguing students using a mix of media and technologies
  • E-learning: a nutrition and HIV/AIDS information tool
  • Learning with a Website for the Textile Industry in Botswana
  • Interpreting cross-cultural blended teaching and learning along Hofstede's cultural dimensions
  • Programming in the real world
  • Doing IT differently–Digital pedagogy for digital learning
  • Afrikaners and Arabs: Negotiating Course Delivery in a Blended Learning Context
  • The Usefulness of a Generic Process Model Structure.
  • Technology-Mediated Narrative Environments for Learning
  • Design specifications of an online collaborative workspace
  • Teaching on the Internet
  • Co-operative learning in an immersed Internet-based virtual learning community-the good, the bad and the ugly.
  • How useful is peer-produced multimedia teaching material?
  • E-portfolios and cross-cultural assessment
  • Learning paradigms through fundraising systems: The RoboBeggar and the InfoKiosk cases
  • Defining mobile learning in the higher education landscape
  • Metaphors and models in Internet-based learning
  • Read-only participants: A case for student communication in online classes
  • When a robot turns into a totem: The RoboBeggar case
  • Pretoria to Khartoum - How we taught an Internet-supported Masters' programme across national, religious, cultural and linguistic barriers
  • Qualitative assessment across language barriers: An action research study
  • Randomised items in computer-based tests: Russian roulette in assessment?
  • How useful is peer-produced multimedia teaching material?
  • Using Hofstede's cultural dimensions to interpret cross-cultural blended teaching and learning
  • The usefulness of a generic process model structure
  • The instructional and motivational effectiveness of a computer program in the training of cataloguing students
  • Surviving the shipwreck: What makes online students stay online and learn?
  • Factors that influence interaction of high school learners with information in a digitally enhanced environment
  • Learning with a website for the textile industry in Botswana
  • Metaphors and models in Internet-based learning
  • A vatar aided e-learning fundraising system
  • Methical jane: Perspectives on an undisclosed virtual student
  • Training cataloguing students using a mix of media and technologies
  • The Internet as an information conduit in developing countries: An investigation of World Wide Web usability among small and medium textile enterprises in Botswana
  • Paradigms regained: Toward integrating objectivism and constructivism in instructional design and the learning sciences
  • Read-only participants: A case for student communication in online classes
  • Teaching'Teaching on the Internet'on the Internet
  • Teaching" Teaching on the Internet" on the Internet
  • Interactive television revisited: a case study in home economics
  • Computer-based drill and practice games as support tools for English second language learners
  • Electronic Performance Support Systems
  • CYBER-'SURFIVER': THE DYNAMICS OF A GAME PLAYED IN A WEB-BASED ADULT LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
  • DIGITAL MERGERS-How social software is helping a merging faculty become a community of practice
  • What should we be teaching if Google gives the answer before we have even finished typing the question?
  • The Dynamics of Access to ICT and Technology Practices of Secondary School Teachers
  • A call for more entrepreneurship education in non-business programs at South African TVET colleges
  • A Review of Virtual Reality from Primary School Teachers’ Perspectives
  • Exploring the Role of ChatGPT as a Peer Coach for Developing Research Proposals: Feedback Quality, Prompts, and Student Reflection
  • Implementation of a Multilingual Booklet to Accommodate First-Year Students with Academic Work
  • A Strategy Development Framework for Educational Technology: An integrated Design Science Research and Modified Delphi Approach

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