Kirstin E.M. Krauss
Kirstin E.M. Krauss
UNISA, School of Computing, South Africa
Verified email at unisa.ac.za
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A critical evaluation of literature on visual aesthetics for the web
R Hoffmann, K Krauss
Proceedings of the 2004 annual research conference of the South African …, 2004
982004
The integration of ICTs in marginalized schools in South Africa: Considerations for understanding the perceptions of in-service teachers and the role of training
K Nkula, KEM Krauss
International Development Informatics Association (IDIA) conference, 03-05, 2014
622014
Collisions between the Worldviews of International ICT Policy-Makers and a Deep Rural Community in South Africa: Assumptions, Interpretation, Implementation, and Reality
K Krauss
Information Technology for Development 19 (4), 296-318, 2013
442013
Higher education cloud computing in South Africa: towards understanding trust and adoption issues
K Van der Schyff, KEM Krauss
South African Computer Journal 55 (1), 40-55, 2014
332014
The emancipation of the researcher as part of Information and Communication Technology for Development work in deep rural South Africa
K Krauss, M Turpin
The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 59 (2 …, 2013
252013
Towards the emancipation of the ICT4D researcher: reflecting on a case study in deep rural South Africa
K Krauss, M Turpin
Proceedings of the Research Voices from Africa Workshop, 2010
242010
Towards Self-Emancipation in ICT for Development Research: Narratives about Respect, Traditional Leadership and Building Networks of Friendships in Rural South Africa
K Krauss
The African Journal of Information Systems 4 (2), 46-60, 2012
232012
Visual aesthetics and its effect on communication intent: a theoretical study and website evaluation
K Krauss
Alternation 12 (1a), 305-329, 2005
212005
Information literacy training for teachers in a developing South African context: suggestions for a multi-disciplinary planning approach
I Fourie, K Krauss
Innovation 41, 107-122, 2010
172010
Testing an e-government website quality questionnaire: a pilot study
K Krauss
Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications …, 2003
152003
Information literacy training for teachers in rural South Africa
I Fourie, K Krauss
Journal of systems and information technology, 2011
132011
Ethical research practice for community entry: using ICT4D in a deep rural context
K Krauss
Proceedings of the 3rd International IDIA Development Informatics Conference …, 2009
132009
Practice-driven theory: Using Bourdieu’s critical lineage in ICT4D work
KEM Krauss
Steyn, J., Van der Vyver, A.G. (eds.). (2013). Public and private access to …, 2013
122013
Discourse and Discourse collisions: Understanding the experiences of Information Systems students at a South African University
KEM Krauss
International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing …, 2015
82015
The collision between international ICT policy and a deep rural Afrocentric community in South Africa: assumptions, interpretation, implementation and reality
K Krauss
Proceedings of the Second Annual SIG GlobDev Workshop, 1-37, 2009
82009
The collision between international ICT policy and a deep rural community in South Africa: interpretation, implementation and reality
K Krauss
2nd Annual SIG GlobDev pre-ISIC, 2009
82009
A confessional account of community entry: doing critically reflexive ICT4D work in a deep rural community in South Africa
KEM Krauss
Information Technology for Development 24 (3), 482-510, 2018
72018
Informatics outreach initiative: final workplan and feedback on teacher training in Tugela Ferry
K Krauss, M Turpin, D Asmelash, J Jere, S Gebregziabher
Project report for UNESCO, available at: http://portal. unesco. org/en/ev …, 2009
72009
Facebook and dataveillance: demonstrating a multimodal discourse analysis
K Van der Schyff, K Krauss, J Kroeze
62018
Human factors issues in developing country remote K-12 education
S Conger, K Krauss, C Simuja
Procedia Manufacturing 3, 1566-1573, 2015
62015
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