21 JULY 22 JULY
Pre-Conference Session
Venue: Academic Room 2
08:00 REGISTRATION
(with refreshments)
MORNING REFRESHMENTS
08:30
Morning Session
Venue: Exhibition Hall
08:50 Conference Opening
Richard Barnett
Keynote Session One
Session Chair: Douglas Parry
Keynote Session Two
Session Chair: Daniel le Roux
09:00 Learning, Unlearning and Relearning Business Analysis
Joe Newbert
A Scientometric Asessment of the State of Computer Sciences in South Africa
Johann Mouton
09:30
Paper Session One
Curriculum
Session Chair: Jan Kroeze
Paper Session Four
Innovative Teaching
Session Chair: Colin Pilkington
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
Session Chair: Hussein Suleman
AGM and Invited Speaker Session
Session Chair: Richard Barnett
11:30 Towards an automated assistant for generating mathematics problems (3)
Zola Mahlaza.
EskomSePush | Bootstrapping to +2M Daily Active Users
Dan Wells
12:00 The Use of Binary Scales in Rubrics to Evaluate Computer Science Assessments (18)
Jacqui Muller and Japie Greeff.
SACLA Annual General Meeting
André Calitz
Lunch Session
Venue: Stonebreakers Restaurant
12:30 LUNCH LUNCH
13:00
Afternoon Session
Venue: Exhibition Hall
Paper Session Three
Teaching in Context
Session Chair: Sue Petratos
Paper Session Five
Pandemic Pedagogy
Session Chair: Estelle Taylor
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.
14:30 AFTERNOON BREAK
(with refreshments)
Conference Closing
Richard Barnett
14:40 CLOSING REFRESHMENTS
Panel Session
Session Chair: Adriana Steyn
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
Conference Dinner
Venue: Boardroom 2
18:30 Arrival and Welcome Drink
19:00 Speeches, Best Paper and Top Reviewer Award
Richard Barnett, Daniel le Roux, and Douglas Parry
19:30 Dinner Served
22:00
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