Accepted Title for the Masters and Doctoral Symposium

Information Systems Stream

  1. Luka Masang, Ray Kekwaletswe; Conceptual contigency framework for assessing strategic Information Systems Planning effectiveness
  2. Bokang Mthupha; An Investigation of a Framework for the Measurement of Agility of Enterprise Architecture
  3. Sizukisa Bridget Kasi; Towards identifying how Knowledge Management Concepts may be applied to enhance the Tendering Process in South African Government Institutions
  4. Jeanette Wing, Theo Andrew, Don Petkov, Kosheek Sewchurran, Olga Petkova; On improving the understanding of Software Requirements by Clients
  5. Carrington Mukwasi; Business case considerations for Small to Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) adopting Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems: A developing country analysis
  6. Alveen Singh; Towards improved understanding of agile software developer work practices
  7. Raymond Tsongorera; Leveraging Social Networking for effective communication, collaboration and knowledge management in the business: An analysis of risk and mitigation factors.
  8. Tlholohelo Nkalai,  Lizette de Wet; Comparing the Sensor Glove and Eye-Tracker as Alternatives to Measure Computer Anxiety
  9. Stuart Allcock;An investigation into the Information Management Policy of South African organisations that utilise Cloud Computing
  10. Garth Alistoun;Toward a Culture of Engagement: Leveraging the Enterprise Social Network
  11. Marc Petersen; Development of a Generalized User Interaction-Framework for Web-based Information Systems to support Adaptive Learning Environments
  12. Patricia Rudo Chikuni; E learning as policy and practice in Higher Education Institutions in Southern Africa
  13. Chiedza Khumbula; Investigating the Extent to which Students Share Tacit Knowledge Using Mobile Phones in Group Projects
  14. Olalekan Ogunleye and Jean-Paul Van Belle; A Framework for Supporting Effective Government Service Delivery through Mobile Phones
  15. Louwrens Feyt; A Gap Analysis Of Industry Requirements for Software A Gap Analysis Of Industry Requirements for Software Testing and Quality Assurance with a Higher Education Institution in South Africa
  16. Sherif Usman; An Empirical Study of Strategic Information Systems Planning as an Organizational Influence Process: A Case Study of eGovernment Systems in Nigeria

ICT4D Stream

  1. Laban Bagui, Andy Bytheway; Listening to the ground: Exploring Community eArticulation of Needs in the city of Cape Town
  2. Brenda Ndhlovu, Oludayo Olugbara; A lightweight framework for mobile documentation of very small enterprises business transactions
  3. Ishmael Makitla, Marlien Herselman, Darelle van Greunen; An access-technology agnostic delivery model for ICT4D services
  4. Job Mashapa, Darelle van Greunen; User Experience Maturity Assessment Model for Mobile Users
  5. Andile Simphiwe Metfula; Networks of actors, discourse and public policies: a transition towards sustainable ICT4D projects and initiatives
  6. Philip Machoka; Research Proposal for the Development of an M-banking Transformational Theory for the Rural Areas in Developing Countries: Rural Communities in Kenya
  7. Umeoniso Osah, Caroline Pade-Khene, Greg Foster; Critical Themes of Process Assessment In Rural Information and Communication Technology for development Projects
  8. Maradona Gatara; Predicting intention to participate in mobile crowdsourcing: A study of local Kenyan communities
  9. Patricia Harpur; The Development and Evaluation of an m-Learning Application Delivered by Mobile Handheld Device
  10. Gugulethu Baduza, Caroline Khene; The Development of a Needs-ICTD Strategy Alignment Framework foundation for the Measurement of ICTD Impact
  11. Olam Osah; Predicting Consumers' Adoption Intentions Towards the M-pesa Financial Service: A comparative Study of Rural South Africa and Kenya.
  12. Edina Nyemba, Wallace Chigona; A Habermasian Critical Discourse Analysis of ICT4D Strategies: The Case of Zimbabwe
  13. JB Mwangi Kariuki; A Structurational Analysis of the Designed and Emergent Consequences of Mobile Banking on Small and Medium Enterprises in Developing Countries: A case of Kenya.
  14. Mohlamme Makhathe, Ntima Mabanza; Identifying Key Barriers that Discourage Universities of Technology (UoTs) from Adopting Free Open Source Software (FOSS)
  15. Flora Mpazanje; Community participatory systems design for rural communities capabilities:An action research towards need-driven mobile cellular phone web 2.0 applications

Computer Science Stream

  1. Mwawi Msiska; A Visual Programming Environment for Authoring ASD Therapy Tools
  2. Fungai Bhunu Shava; A framework for: Usable security in client side applications
  3. Mercy Bere; IPv6 - Network Security
  4. Alicia Wentzel, Greg Foster; A Framework for the User Interface Design of Satellite Television Virtual Remote Controls for Mobile Phones
  5. MosesGadebe, George Ditsa, Potjie van der Walt; Intranet Web Application Code Clones Detection Towards A Discoverable Clone Digital Library
  6. Cornél Ferreira, Charmain Cilliers, Brenda Scholtz; The Design of an Efficient Data Warehousing Architecture for Analysing Online Resource Usage Data
  7. Vathiswa Booi, George Ditsa; Evaluating South African Universities Web Portal Interfaces for Usability and User Acceptance
  8. Michelle Katz; Building Heritage Collections Using Games in Social Networks
  9. Daniel Ohene-Kwofie; The O2-Tree: A Shared Memory Resident Index in a Multi-Core Architecture
  10. Damilola Osikoya; Using Controlled Animation to Support Teaching of Scientific Concepts
  11. Gianni Twigg, Janet Wesson; Investigating the use of Mobile Information Visualisation to Support Telecommunication Service Management
  12. Gideon Nimako; Development of Chunked Extendible Arrays and its Integration with the Global Array Toolkit.
  13. Sherwin Barlow, Janet Wesson, Lester Cowley; Investigating the development of an effective and efficient model in support of self-service telecommunication service provisioning
  14. Lighton Phiri; simplyCT: A Lightweight Digital Library Framework
  15. Timothy Matthews, Dieter Vogts, Kevin Naude; Sketch-based Digital Storyboards for Authoring Film Pre-visualizations
  16. Mushashu Lumpa; Digital Repositories in Private Clouds
  17. Duduzile Masuku; A Framework of Vertical Handoff Decision Making Algorithm for Wireless Heterogeneous Network in a Rural Environment: A Dwesa Case Study
  18. Clayton Burger, Mathys du Plessis, Charmain Cilliers; Towards a Hybridization Model for Incorporating Artificial Neural Networks into the UCT Algorithm for Game Learning
  19. Prinavin Govender; Back to basics lets climb the tree of knowledge and IF we take a “PAIR” from the branch of Extreme Programming THEN we’re sure to be on the THRESHOLD of a CONCEPTUALLY BASIC idea
  20. Nureni Azeez, Isabella Venter; A Model for Securing Sensitive Information on a Grid
  21. Gavin Dollman, Lizette De Wet, Tanya Beelders; The effects of access to technology on the usability of a BCI