The following programme is a draft and is not yet final. Delegates are welcome to use the programme to obtain a sense of the structure of the conference, but the organising committee reserves the right to make changes, including to the start and end times on both days.

21 JULY 22 JULY
08:00 REGISTRATION
(with refreshments)
MORNING REFRESHMENTS
08:30
Keynote Session One
Session Chair: Douglas Parry
Keynote Session Two
Session Chair: Daniel le Roux
09:00 Conference Opening
Richard Barnett
Title TBA
Joe Newbert
Title TBA
Johann Mouton
09:30
Paper Session One
Curriculum
Paper Session Four
Innovative Teaching
10:00 Relevant Cybersecurity: Curriculum Guidance for the South African context (16)
Robin Brink, Jacques Ophoff and Zainab Ruhwanya.
Gamification to increase undergraduate students’ teamwork skills (1)
Tafadzwa Nyahuye and Adriana A Steyn.
10:30 Experiences, motivations and plans of Humanities students pursuing a major in Information Systems in South Africa (27)
Temoso L.R. Masilo and Gwamaka Mwalemba.
Nested-Decider: An animation program for aiding teaching and learning of decisions/nested decisions (8)
Tiou Ramabu, Ian Sanders and Marthie Schoeman.
11:00 MORNING BREAK
(with refreshments)
MORNING BREAK
(with refreshments)
Paper Session Two
Assessment
AGM Session
Session Chair: André Calitz
11:30 Towards an automated assistant for generating mathematics problems (3)
Zola Mahlaza.
SACLA AGM
Sponsor Presentation
12:00 The Use of Binary Scales in Rubrics to Evaluate Computer Science Assessments (18)
Jacqui Muller and Japie Greeff.
12:30 LUNCH LUNCH
13:00
Paper Session Three
Teaching in Context
Paper Session Five
Pandemic Pedagogy
13:30 Introducing Learners to Computer Programming in a Developing Country (11)
Jean Greyling.
Student experiences with blended learning at a South African University during the pandemic (6)
Maryam Seboa and Walter Ferreira Uys.
14:00 First-Year Students' Awareness of IT Careers (12)
Malibongwe Twani, Andre Paul Calitz and Margaret Cullen.
“I feel like I am teaching myself”: An Exploratory Study of the Factors and Implications of Online Learning (25)
Malcolm Garbutt, Pitso Tsibolane and Tristan Pillay.
Conference Closing
Richard Barnett
14:30 AFTERNOON BREAK
(with refreshments)
CLOSING REFRESHMENTS
Panel Session
15:00 Lessons learnt from online teaching and beyond, what now?: Three countries speak (23)
Adriana A Steyn, Craig van Slyke, Geoffrey Dick, Guillermo Rodríguez-Abitia and Hossana Twinomurinzi.
15:30
16:00
16:30
19:00 CONFERENCE DINNER
22:00