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Adopting Scrum as an Agile approach in distributed software development: A review of literature
- V. Faniran, Abdulbaqi Badru, Nurudeen Ajayi
- Computer Science1st International Conference on Next Generation…
- 1 July 2017
The possibilities of adopting Scrum practices as an Agile approach in distributed software development projects based on different studies and reports that have been carried out in DSD projects using Scrum are presented.
Adoption of RFID in large-scale organisation — A review of challenges and solutions
- Abdulbaqi Badru, Nurudeen Ajayi
- Business, Computer ScienceIST-Africa Week Conference (IST-Africa)
- 1 May 2017
Challenges facing the widespread adoption of RFID in large-scale organisations are discussed and solutions to the identified challenges as identified in the literature are presented.
Lecturers’ Perceptions of Virtual Reality as a Teaching and Learning Platform
- Zhane Solomon, Nurudeen Ajayi, Rushil Raghavjee, P. Ndayizigamiye
- BusinessCommunications in Computer and Information…
- 18 June 2018
The perceived usefulness (PU) and ease of use (PEOU) of VR by lecturers and the perceived challenges to the adoption of VR as a teaching and learning platform from a higher education perspective are identified and suggested.
The Potential Adoption of Second Life as a Platform for Learning
Second Life (SL), an advanced virtual world technology used in education, creates an environment that facilitates engagement, collaboration, and conceptualization of knowledge to improve teaching and…
The Potential of Second Life as a Platform for Learning: Student’s Perspective
- Aphiwe Linganisa, Anyetei Ako-Nai, Nurudeen Ajayi
- EducationInternational Conference on Intelligent and…
- 1 December 2018
Investigating the perception of students on the potential of SL as a learning platform reveals that SL is a useful learning platform and students identified it as a beneficial platform that improves their ability to be creative in their learning.
Evaluating the impact of digital divide on the performance of first year students in an IT course: A case of UKZN
- Mitchelle Ngarandi, V. Faniran, Nurudeen Ajayi
- EducationIST-Africa Week Conference (IST-Africa)
- 1 May 2017
Examination of the effects of “not having access to computers and other technologies before entering the university” on the academic performance of first year students taking an Information Technology course, in the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN).
Students' perceptions of computer-based assessments: A case of UKZN
Assessments constitute a crucial part of an academic learning process due to its importance in evaluating students' knowledge and forming a basis for their grade. The rapid evolution of technology…
Understanding students’ perceptions and challenges of Computer-Based Assessments: a case of UKZN
ABSTRACT Assessments are important to academic institutions because they help in evaluating students’ knowledge. The conduct of assessments nowadays has been influenced by the continuous evolution of…
Managing the Challenges of the Digital Divide Among First Year Students: A Case of UKZN
- Samuel T. Faloye, Nurudeen Ajayi, Rushil Raghavjee
- EducationIST-Africa Conference (IST-Africa)
- 1 May 2020
The results show that students with little or no exposure to technology prior to joining the university often face challenges with the use of application programs, downloading of informative materials, conducting online tasks and navigating the Internet, and that access time, ownership of technology and technological skills affects student's computer self-efficacy.
Understanding the impact of the digital divide on South African students in higher educational institutions