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Darelle van Greunen
Darelle van Greunen
Nelson Mandela University
Verified email at nmmu.ac.za
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A Review of Interoperability Standards in E-health and Imperatives for their Adoption in Africa
F Adebesin, P Kotze, R Foster, D Van Greunen
South African Computer Journal 50 (1), 55-72, 2013
982013
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
712005
Mobile user experience in a mlearning environment
A Botha, M Herselman, D van Greunen
Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Research Conference of the South African …, 2010
552010
Implementation of regulation-based e-procurement in the Eastern Cape provincial administration
D Van Greunen, ME Herselman, J Van Niekerk
African Journal of Business Management 4 (17), 3655-3665, 2010
522010
Barriers & challenges to the adoption of E-Health standards in Africa
F Adebesin, P Kotzé, D Van Greunen, R Foster
452013
A usable security heuristic evaluation for the online health social networking paradigm
A Yeratziotis, D Pottas, D Van Greunen
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 28 (10), 678-694, 2012
452012
ICTs for inclusive communities in developing societies
D van Greunen, J Steyn
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015
392015
A model for implementing sustainable mHealth applications in a resource‐constrained setting: A case of Malawi
R Pankomera, D van Greunen
The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 84 (2 …, 2018
362018
Making ICT accessible for the deaf
G Yeratziotis, D Van Greunen
2013 IST-Africa Conference & Exhibition, 1-9, 2013
342013
Opportunities, barriers, and adoption factors of mobile commerce for the informal sector in developing countries in Africa: A systematic review
R Pankomera, D van Greunen
The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 85 (5 …, 2019
332019
Challenges, benefits, and adoption dynamics of mobile banking at the base of the pyramid (BOP) in Africa: A systematic review
R Pankomera, D Van Greunen
The African Journal of Information and Communication 21, 21-49, 2018
312018
E-voting experiences: A case of Namibia and Estonia
N Mpekoa, D van Greunen
2017 IST-Africa Week Conference (IST-Africa), 1-8, 2017
312017
An ICT strategy for the sustainable development of the tourism sector in a developing country: a case study of Zimbabwe
T Tsokota, R Von Solms, D van Greunen
The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 78 (1 …, 2017
312017
Implications of baseline study findings from rural and deep rural clinics in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi and South Africa for the co-design of mHealth4Afrika
PM Cunningham, M Cunningham, D Van Greunen, A Veldsman, C Kanjo, ...
2016 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), 666-674, 2016
262016
Review of an African rural internet network and related academic interventions
G Van Stam, D van Greunen
The Journal of Community Informatics 10 (2), 1-16, 2014
262014
Managing user experience–managing change
J Mashapa, E Chelule, D Van Greunen, A Veldsman
Human-Computer Interaction–INTERACT 2013: 14th IFIP TC 13 International …, 2013
252013
Constraints for Information and Communications Technologies implementation in rural Zambia
G van Stam, D Johnson, V Pejovic, C Mudenda, A Sinzala, ...
e-Infrastructure and e-Services for Developing Countries: 4th International …, 2013
222013
Effects of a school-based health intervention program in marginalized communities of port elizabeth, South Africa (the KaziBantu study): protocol for a randomized controlled trial
I Müller, D Smith, L Adams, A Aerts, BP Damons, J Degen, S Gall, Z Gani, ...
JMIR research protocols 8 (7), e14097, 2019
202019
User experience evaluation metrics for usable accounting tools
J Mashapa, D van Greunen
Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Research Conference of the South African …, 2010
202010
Mobile human-computer interaction perspective on mobile learning
A Botha, D Van Greunen, ME Herselman
202010
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