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Andre Calitz
Andre Calitz
Distinguished Professor of Computing Sciences, NMU.
Verified email at Mandela.ac.za
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Programming assistance tools to support the learning of IT programming in South African secondary schools
M Koorsse, C Cilliers, A Calitz
Computers & Education 82, 162-178, 2015
782015
The future African workplace: The use of collaborative robots in manufacturing
AP Calitz, P Poisat, M Cullen
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 15 (1), 1-11, 2017
702017
The added value of eye tracking in the usability evaluation of a network management tool
MC Pretorius, AP Calitz, D van Greunen
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 150, 1-10, 2005
672005
A business intelligence framework for sustainability information management in higher education
B Scholtz, A Calitz, R Haupt
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2018
552018
Business incubation in the eastern Cape: a case study
M Cullen, A Calitz, L Chandler
International Journal for Innovation Education and Research 2 (5), 76-89, 2014
522014
Intrinsic relations between data science, big data, business analytics and datafication
K Ayankoya, A Calitz, J Greyling
Proceedings of the Southern African Institute for Computer Scientist and …, 2014
482014
Qualitative techniques for evaluating enterprise resource planning (ERP) user interfaces
B Scholtz, C Cilliers, A Calitz
Proceedings of the 2010 annual research conference of the South African …, 2010
422010
Usability Evaluation of a Medium‑sized ERP System in Higher Education
B Scholtz, A Calitz, C Cilliers
Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation 16 (2), pp148‑161-pp148‑161, 2013
382013
A comprehensive, competency-based education framework using medium-sized ERP systems
B Scholtz, C Cilliers, A Calitz
Journal of Information Systems Education 23 (4), 345, 2012
362012
A modelling framework for integrated smart city planning and management
L Westraadt, A Calitz
Sustainable Cities and Society 63, 102444, 2020
302020
The effect of integrating an Iconic programming notation into CS1
C Cilliers, A Calitz, J Greyling
Proceedings of the 10th annual SIGCSE conference on Innovation and …, 2005
302005
South African industry ICT graduate skills requirements
AP Calitz, JH Greyling, MDM Cullen
Southern African Computer Lecturers’ Association (SACLA) 1, 25-26, 2014
282014
Using business intelligence to support strategic sustainability information management
R Haupt, B Scholtz, A Calitz
Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Research Conference on South African …, 2015
262015
A model for the alignment of ICT education with business ICT skills requirements
AP Calitz
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University …, 2010
252010
The evaluation of an adaptive user interface model
B Jason, A Calitz, J Greyling
Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Research Conference of the South African …, 2010
252010
The influence of safety and security on students’ choice of University in South Africa
AP Calitz, MDM Cullen, C Jooste
Journal of Studies in International Education 24 (2), 269-285, 2020
232020
The role of business intelligence in sustainability reporting for South African higher education institutions
A Calitz, S Bosire, M Cullen
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2017
232017
B#: The development and assessment of an iconic programming tool for novice programmers
JH Greyling, CB Cilliers, AP Calitz
2006 7th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher …, 2006
232006
The impact of the information search variables, time pressure and involvement, on buying behaviour in a three-dimensional hypermedia computer-mediated environment
AH Nelmapius, C Boshoff, AP Calitz, BR Klemz
South African Journal of Business Management 36 (3), 1-13, 2005
232005
Identification and selection of successful future IT personnel in a changing technological and business environment
AP Calitz, MB Watson, G de V de Kock
Proceedings of the 1997 ACM SIGCPR conference on Computer personnel research …, 1997
231997
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