Prof T J D Bothma

BA (Pret) MA DLitt et Phil (Unisa)

 

Professor Emeritus / Contract Professor

E-mail: [email protected]
Office: IT-building 6-72
Telephone:  +27 12 420 2293
Fax: +27 12 362 5181

 

Office hours: By appointment only

Prof Bothma is professor emeritus in the Department of Information Science; he was reappointed as a contract professor for the period 1 July 2016 - 30 June 2019. He joined the University of Pretoria in 1991 and was Head of Department from 1 October 1995 - 30 June 2016, when he retired. He was appointed as chairperson of the School of Information Technology on 1 September 2008 and served two terms, until his retirement. He holds a C1 rating from the National Research Foundation (2009 - 2014, 2015 - 2020). In 2009 he was recognised by the University of Pretoria as an exceptional academic achiever, a three-year award (2010 - 2012), and again in 2012 (2013 - 2015).

His teaching and research focus on information organization and retrieval (including aspects of information literacy and technologies for e-dictionaries), web development and e-publishing (focusing specifically on human-computer interaction, usability studies and ethical design), as well as on curriculum development. He is the author and co-author of numerous publications and has presented many papers at local and international conferences.

He is joint editor-in-chief of Libri: International Journal of Libraries and Information Studies (since 2015; member of the editorial board, 1997-2014) and a member of the editorial boards of SAJLIS and the International Review of Information Ethics (and formerly also of, inter aliaOnline Information Review, New Review of Information NetworkingEducation for Information).

He is the Chair (2017-2019) of the IFLA Standing Committee for Library Theory and Research (member since 2015), as well as an expert advisor of the IFLA/FAIFE committee (since 2010) (and formerly a member of the Standing Committee for Knowledge Management for two terms, 2005 - 2013, also as the web manager until 2009).  He is the editor and co-author of the IFLA/FAIFE World Report 2007 on freedom of access to information and freedom of expression, as well as the IFLA World Report 2010. He is a member of LIASA (since 1998), as well as, before his retirement, of a number of other professional organisations.

He has chaired a number of local conferences, inter alia on Hypermedia (Hypermedia 92, 94, 96), Publishing (1995) and Information Science (ProLISSA 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2006). He has been a member of the programme or organizing committee of various local and international conferences; these include four CoLIS conferences (Copenhagen, Dubrovnik, Seattle and Glasgow),  three SIGIR conferences (Salvador, Seattle, Amsterdam), five ECIR conferences (since 2006), IIiX 2006 (Copenhagen) and IIiX 2008 (London), three SAICSIT conferences (2005, 2006 and 2007) and CHI-SA 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005 (Pretoria), as well as being co-chair of the Development Consortium of SIGCHI (Minneapolis, April 2002). He coordinated the IFLA preconference and open session on Knowledge Management, Durban, August 2007. He was the South African chair of the Standing Committee of the DISSAnet project, funded by DANIDA (1998-2005) for capacity building in research in information science in Southern Africa, and was chair of the first four DISSAnet / ProLISSA conferences (2000, 2002, 2004 and 2006). He was also involved as member of the programme committee and/or conference chair of a number of international ACEIE/ANIE conferences, viz. the ANIEversary (February 2017), ΙCIL 7 (February 2016) and ANIE 3 (September 2012), as well as ANIE 1 (February 2007). He is the chair of the Carnegie M.IT/CPD Conference that took place from 24-30 March 2019, as a capstone event of the Carnegie M.IT and CPD programmes.

He was a member of the SeLA research initiative, initiated by Prof Ulrich Heid of the Institut fur Informationswissenschaft und Sprachtechnologie at the University of Hildesheim in Germany (funded by DAAD, 2011-2015), as well as a collaborator of CentLex at Aarhus University in Denmark, specifically with Professors Henning Bergenholtz and Sven Tarp. 

In July 2010 he received a US$2m grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York for the development and presentation of the M.IT (Stream B) programme; in 2014 he received a further grant of US$1m for two additional intakes. In November 2012 he received a second US$2m grant from the Carnegie Corporation for the development and presentation of a continuing professional development programme in IT for academic librarians.

Research output since 2000

Publications 

2019

  • Verbeek, T and Bothma, TJD. 2019. The application of restructuring of knowledge in Civil Engineering. Paper accepted for publication in Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering 61(1): 52-66.
  • Silvis, I, Bothma, TJD and De Beer, JW. 2019 (TBC). Evaluating the usability of the information architecture of academic library websites. Library Hi Tech (early cite 2018).

2018

  • Patterton, L, Bothma, TJD and Van Deventer, MJ. 2018. From planning to practice: an action plan for the implementation of research data management services in resource-constrained institutions. SAJLIS 84/2: 14-26.
  • Bothma, TJD, Prinsloo, DJ and Heid, U. 2018. A taxonomy of user guidance devices for e-lexicography. Lexicographica 33: 391-422.
  • Holmner, MA and Bothma, TJD. 2018. The establishment of strategic international and local partnerships through a masters level degree in information technology: a faculty perspective. Library Hi Tech 36/4: 558-572.
  • Ball, L and Bothma, TJD. 2018. Heuristic evaluation of e-dictionaries. Library Hi Tech 36/2: 319-338.
  • Ball, L and Bothma, TJD. 2018. Establishing evaluation criteria for e-dictionaries.  Library Hi Tech 36/1: 152-166.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2018. Lexicography and Information Science. In P.A. Fuertes-Olivera (Ed.) Routledge Handbook of Lexicography. London & New York: Routledge. ISBN hardcover 978-1-138-94160-1; e-book 978-1-315-10494-2.

2017

  • Ball, LH and Bothma, TJD. 2017. A usability evaluation of the prototype Afrikaanse idiome-woordeboek. Lexikos 27: 78-106.
  • Prinsloo, DJ, Bothma, TJD, Heid, U, Prinsloo, DJ. 2017. Direct user guidance in e-dictionaries for text production and text reception - the verbal relative in Sepedi as a case study. Lexikos 27: 403-426.
  • Bothma, TJD, Cosijn, E, Fourie, I and Penzhorn, C. 2017. Navigating information literacy. Fifth edition. ISBN print book 978 177610 1818 / e-book 978 177610 1818. Cape Town: Pearson.
  • Jerrett, A, Bothma, TJD & De Beer, K (JW). 2017. Navigating the Information Landscape of an Educational Alternate Reality Game. Proceedings of BOBCATSSS 2017, Tampere, Finland, 25-27 January 2017, pp. 181 – 187. [Online] Available http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-03-0524-6.
  • De Beer, K (JW) & TJD Bothma. 2017. Designing gameful experiences using alternate reality games. Proceedings of BOBCATSSS 2017, Tampere, Finland, 25-27 January 2017, pp. 72 – 78. [Online] Available http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-03-0524-6.
  • Ball, L & Bothma, TJD. 2017. The importance of usability evaluation when developing digital tools for a library – a case study. Proceedings of BOBCATSSS 2017, Tampere, Finland, 25-27 January 2017, pp. 137 – 142. [Online] Available http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-03-0524-6.
  • Jerret, A, Bothma, TJD & De Beer, JW. 2017. Exercising library and information literacies through alternate reality gaming. Aslib Journal of Information Management 69(2): 230-254.

2016

  • Albright, K & Bothma, TJD. 2016. Citizen Scholarship using Web 2.0 tools in Library and Information Science journals. e-Proceedings of BOBCATSSS 2016, Lyon, France, 27-29 January 2016 [Online] Available http://www.enssib.fr/bibliotheque-numerique/documents/66999-bobcatsss-2016-information-libraries-democraty-proceedings-abstracts.pdf, pp. 28-36.
  • De Beer, JW & Bothma, TJD. 2016. Alternate reality games (ARG) as innovative digital information sources. Library Hi Tech 34/3: 433-453.
  • Bothma, TJD, Gouws, RH & Prinsloo, DJ. 2016. The role of e-lexicography in the confirmation of lexicography as an independent and multidisciplinary field. Proceedings of Euralex 2016, Tbilisi, Georgia, 6-10 September 2016. [Online] Available http://euralex.org/wp-content/themes/euralex/proceedings/Euralex%202016/euralex_2016_008_p109.pdf (and http://euralex2016.tsu.ge/publication2016.pdf, pp. 109-116).

2015

  • Bothma, TJD. 2015. Reflexiones sobre la interrelación entre lexicografía y ciencia de la información: una perspectiva personal (“Reflections on the interrelationship between lexicography and information science: a personal perspective”). Estudios de Lexicografía (ELex) 4: 21-30.
  • Bergenholtz, H, Bothma, TJD & Gouws, RH. 2015. Phases and steps in the access to data in information tools. Lexikos 25: 1-30.
  • De Boer, A-L, Du Toit, PH & Bothma, TJD. 2015. Activating whole brain innovation: A means of nourishing multiple intelligence in higher education. TD: The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa 11(2): 55-72.

2014

  • Gaigher, S, Le Roux, E and Bothma, TJD. 2014. The predictive value of disruptive technology theory for digital publishing in the traditional publishing environment: A South African case study. Journal of Scholarly Publishing 45(3): 261-288.
  • Chikonzo, A, Bothma, TJD, Kusekwa, L & Mushowani, A. 2014. An assessment of the changing needs of information professionals in Zimbabwe. African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science 24(1): 107-118. 
  • Bothma, TJD & Tarp, S. 2014. Why relevance theory is relevant for lexicographers. Lexicographica 30:350-378.
  • Fourie, I, Bitzo, C and Bothma TJD. 2014. Methods and resources to monitor Internet censorship. Library Hi Tech 32(4):723-739.
  • Du Toit PH, Bothma TJD, De Boer AL & Scheepers, D. 2014. Innovating and transforming learning and teaching in higher education: Applying a comprehensive whole brain model. 6th International Conference of Education and new Learning Technologies, 7-9 July, Barcelona, Spain. EDULEARN Proceedings. 5495-5502. ISBN: 978-84-617-0557-3; ISSN: 2340-1117). [Online] Available http://library.iated.org/publications/EDULEARN14/start/775.
  • Prinsloo, DJ, Bothma, TJD & Heid, U. 2014. User support in e-dictionaries for complex grammatical structures in the Bantu languages. Abel, A, Vettori, C & Ralli, N (eds.). 2014. Proceedings of the XVI EURALEX International Congress: The User in Focus. 15-19 July 2014. Bolzano/Bozen: EURAC Research [Online] Available http://www.euralex.org/elx_proceedings/Euralex2014/euralex_2014_062_p_819.pdf.
  • Bothma, TJD, Cosijn, E, Fourie, I and Penzhorn, C. 2014/2015. Navigating information literacy. Fourth edition. ISBN paper book 978 177595 3500 / enhanced e-book 978 177595 3494. Cape Town: Pearson.

2013

  • Dick, AL, Oyieke, LI and Bothma, TJD. 2013.Social media access and participation in established democracies and authoritarian states. Innovation 47: 121-144.
  • Bitso, C, Fourie, I and Bothma, TJD. 2013. Trends in transition from classical censorship to Internet censorship: selected country overviews. Accepted for publication in Innovation, June 2013.
  • Kroeze, JH, Matthee, MC & Bothma, TJD. 2013. Computational Information Systems: Biblical Hebrew. Khan, G. (Ed.) 2013. Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics. Leiden: Brill. Vol. 1, pp. 527-534. Also available at Brill Online. [Online] Available http://referenceworks.brillonline.com/entries/encyclopedia-of-hebrew-language-and-linguistics/computational-information-systems-biblical-hebrew-COM_00000483.
  • De Boer, A-L, Du Toit, PH Scheepers, MD & Bothma, TJD. 2013. Whole Brain™ Learning in Higher Education: Evidence-based Practice. Oxford: Chandos/Elsevier.
  • Bothma, TJD & Bergenholtz, H. 2013. “Information needs changing over time”: a critical discussion. SAJLIS 79(1): 22-34. [Online] Available http://sajlis.journals.ac.za/ pub/article/view/112.
  • Bothma, TJD & Prinsloo, DJ. 2013. Automated dictionary consultation for text reception: a critical evaluation of lexicographic guidance in linked Kindle e-dictionaries. Lexicographica 29: 165-198.
  • Tarp, S. & Bothma, TJD. 2013. An alternative approach to enlightenment age lexicography: The Universal Dictionary of Trade and Commerce. Lexicographica 29: 222-284.

2012

  • De Boer, A-L, Du Toit, PH, Bothma, TJD and Scheepers, MD. 2012. Constructing a comprehensive learning style flexibility model for the innovation of an Information Literacy module. Libri. 62(2): 185-196.
  • Du Toit, PH, De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD and Scheepers, MD. 2012. Multidissiplinêre samewerking: ‘n noodsaaklikheid vir onderwysinnovering. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe 52(2): 236-251.
  • Dick, AL, Oyieke, LI and Bothma, TJD. 2012. Are established democracies less vulnerable to Internet censorship than authoritarian regimes? The social media test. Published as a FAIFE Spotlight on the IFLA website at http://www.ifla.org/en/faife/spotlight. Also available (in English and abbreviated Finnish version) at http://www.sananvapausjasensuuriverkkoaikana.com/artikkelit/DickOyiekeBothma.html.
  • Bitso, C, Fourie, I and Bothma, TJD. 2012. Trends in transition from classical censorship to Internet censorship: selected country overviews. Published as a FAIFE Spotlight on the IFLA website at http://www.ifla.org/en/faife/spotlight. Also available (in English and abbreviated Finnish version) at http://www.sananvapausjasensuuriverkkoaikana.com/artikkelit/BitsoFourieBothma.html.
  • De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD & Satgoor, U. 2012. Library leadership: Innovative options for building Leadership Competence in the Digital Age. Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA) Proceedings. Vol 12, 2012. Zadar, Croatia, 18-22 June 2012. [Online]. Available http://ozk.unizd.hr/proceedings/index.php/lida2012/article/view/15/23.
  • De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD & Olwagen, J. 2012. Library leadership: Innovative options for designing training programmes to build leadership competencies in the Digital Age. SAJLIS 78(2): 88-101.
  • Heid, U, Prinsloo, DJ and Bothma, TJD. 2012. Dictionary and corpus data in a common portal: state of the art and requirements for the future. Lexicographica 28: 269-291.
  • Bothma, TJD & Tarp, S. 2012. Lexicography and the relevance criterion. Lexikos 22: 86-108.
  • Prinsloo, DJ, Heid, U, Bothma, TJD & Faaß, G. 2012. Interactive, dynamic electronic dictionaries for text production. Lexikos 22: 290-320.

2011

  • De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD and Du Toit, PH. 2011. Enhancing information literacy through the application of whole brain strategies. Libri 61/1: 67–75. [Online] available: DOI: 10.1515/libr.2011.006.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2011. Filtering and adapting data and information in the online environment in response to user needs. In: Fuertes-Olivera, PA and Bergenholtz, H. (Eds.) 2011. e-Lexicography: The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography. London & New York: Continuum. Pp. 71 - 102.
  • Scheepers, MD, De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD and Du Toit, PH. 2011. A mental model for successful inter-disciplinary collaboration in curriculum innovation for information literacy. SAJLIS 77/1: 75 – 84.
  • Bergenholtz, H and Bothma, TJD. 2011. Needs adapted data presentation in e-information tools. Lexikos 21: 53 - 77.
  • Bergenholtz, H, Bothma, TJD and Gouws, RH. 2011. A model for integrated dictionaries of fixed expressions.
  • Prinsloo, DJ, Heid, U, Bothma, TJD & Faaß, G. 2011. Interactive, dynamic electronic dictionaries for text production.  In Kosem, I and Kosem, K. 2011. Electronic Lexicography in the 21st Century. New Applications for New Users. Proceedings of eLex 2011. Bled, 10-12 November 2011. Bled: Trojína. Pp. 215-220.
  • Kroeze, JH, Bothma, TJD & Matthee, MC. 2011. Maneuvering multi-dimensional language data: A code shuttle with XML and database-operation functions. JSem 20/2: 497-530.

2010

  • De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD, Scheepers, D, Du Toit, PH. 2010. A mental model for successful interdisciplinary collaboration and co-operation in curriculum innovation for information literacy. Cooperation and Collaboration in Teaching and Research Trends in Library and Information Studies Education (IFLA pre-conference satellite meeting), Borås, Sweden, 8-9 August 2010. [Online]
  • Du Toit, PH, De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD. 2010.  Multidisciplinary collaboration: A necessity for curriculum innovation. 76th IFLA General Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, 10 - 15 August 2010. [Online] available: http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla76/95-toit-en.pdf.
  • Bothma, Theo JD (Ed.) 2010. IFLA World Report 2010. (IFLA/FAIFE World Report Series vol. VIII.) The Hague: IFLA. Editor of volume, author of Analysis and Conclusions and co-author of the country reports. [Online] available: http://www.ifla-world-report.org.
  • Kroeze, JH, Bothma, TJD & Matthee, MC. 2010. Constructing an XML database of linguistics data. TD The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa 6(1): 139 – 174. [Online] available: Sabinet SAePublications, /hdl.handle.net/10394/3604.
  • Bothma, TJD, Cosijn, E, Fourie, I and Penzhorn, C. 2011. Navigating information literacy. Third edition. Cape Town: Pearson. ISBN 978 1 77578 227 8.

2009

  • Kroeze, JH, Bothma, TJD and Matthee, MC. 2009. Slicing and dicing a linguistic data cube. In: Min Song and Yi-Fang Wu (Eds). 2009. Handbook of Research on Text and Web Mining Technologies. London: Information Science Reference, pp. 288 – 300. (Published in September 2008.)
  • Kroeze, JH, Bothma, TJD, Matthee, MC, Kruger, OC & Kroeze, JCW. 2009. Interactive network graphs of biblical Hebrew data. JNSL 35(1): 75 – 95.
  • Bradshaw, Y, Britz, JJ, Bothma, TJD and Bester, BC. 2009. Using information technology to create global classrooms: Benefits and ethical dilemmas. In Capurro, R, Britz, JJ, Bothma, TJD, and Bester, BC. (Eds.) 2009. Africa Reader on Information Ethics. ISBN 978-0-620-45627-2. Pretoria: Department of Communication, 327 – 335. (Republication of IRIE article, listed above.)
  • Fombad, M, Boon, JA & Bothma, TJD. 2009. A survey of knowledge management in law firms in Botswana. African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science 19(2): 141 – 154.
  • Fombad, M, Boon, JA & Bothma, TJD. 2009. Strategies for knowledge management in law firms in Botswana. SAJIM 11(2). [Online] Available http://www.sajim.co.za/default.asp?to=peer3vol11nr2.

2008

  • Bothma, TJD, Cosijn, E, Fourie, I and Penzhorn, C. 2008. Navigating information literacy. Cape Town: Pearson. 196 pages. ISBN 978 177025 2219.
  • Bothma, TJD, Pienaar, H, Hammes, M. 2008. Towards open scholarship at the University of Pretoria. BOBCATSSS 2008. Zadar, Croatia. [Online] Available /edoc.hu-berlin.de/docviews/abstract.php?lang=ger&id=28487. Also published in 16th BOBCATSSS 2008 Symposium, Proceedings. ISBN 978-3-88347-259-1. Bad Honnef: Bock + Herchen Verlag, pp. 271 – 284.
  • Kroeze, JH, Bothma, TJD, Matthee, MC and Kroeze, JCW. 2008. Visualizing mappings of semantic and syntactic functions. Electronic Proceedings of INFOS 2008, 27-29 March 2008, Cairo, Egypt, pp. MM-61 – MM-72. (On CD: ISBN: 977-403-290-X.) [Online] Available http://www.fci-cu.edu.eg/infos2008/infos/MM_10_P061-072.pdf.
  •  Kroeze, JH, Bothma, TJD and Matthee, MC. 2008. From tags to topic maps: Using marked-up Hebrew text to discover linguistic patterns. International Conference on Information Resources Management (Conf-IRM), May 18-20, 2008, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. On CD. ISBN: 978-0-473-134455-7.
  • Bothma, P, Bothma, TJD and Cronjé, JC. 2008. Design specifications of an online collaborative workspace. Mousaion 25(1): 151 – 175.
  • Steyn, L, Cronjé, JC and Bothma, TJD. 2008. E-learning: a nutrition and HIV/AIDS information tool. Aslib Proceedings 60(4): 364 – 382.

2007

  • Ocholla, D and Bothma, TJD. 2007. Trends, challenges and opportunities for LIS education and training in Eastern and Southern Africa. New Library World 108(1/2): 55 – 78.
  • Britz, JJ, Lor, PJ & Bothma, TJD. 2007. Building library leadership in Africa: a proposed education initiative. International Information and Library Review 39(2): 103 – 108.
  • Fourie, I and Bothma, TJD. 2007. An overview of web tracking and the criteria for tracking software. ASLIB Proceedings 59(3): 264-284.
  • Van Zyl, A, Amadi-Echendu, J and Bothma, TJD. 2007. Nine drivers of knowledge transfer between universities and industry R&D partners in South Africa. Accepted SAJIM 9(1). [Online] Available http://www.sajim.co.za/default.asp?to=peer2vol9nr1.
  • Cosijn, E, Pirkola, A, Bothma, TJD and Järvelin, K. 2007. Cross-cultural information retrieval: searching for English documents using Zulu queries. In Mcharazo, A and Koopman, S. 2007. Librarianship as a bridge to an Information and Knowledge Society in Africa. IFLA Publications 124. München: K.G. Saur. Pp 225 – 238.
  • Bradshaw, Y, Britz, JJ, Bothma, TJD and Bester, BC. 2007. Using information technology to create global classrooms: Benefits and ethical dilemmas. IRIE 7 (9/2007). [Online] Available http://www.i-r-i-e.net/inhalt/007/36-bradshaw.pdf.
  • Ocholla, D and Bothma, TJD 2007. Library and information education in South Africa. In: Bothma, TJD, Underwood, P and Ngulube, P (Eds.) 2007. Libraries for the future: progress and development of South African libraries. Pretoria: LIASA, pp. 149 – 168. 
  • Bothma, Theo JD (Ed.) 2007. Access to libraries and information: Towards a fairer world. (IFLA/FAIFE World Report 2007. World Report Series vol. VII.) ISBN 978 0 620 41005 2. Pretoria: IFLA/FAIFE. 480 pp. Editor-in-chief and co-author of the methodology, country reports and analysis and conclusion. Also available on the IFLA website at http://www.ifla.org/en/faife/the-world-report-2007.

2006

  • Cosijn, E and Bothma, TJD. 2006. Contexts of relevance for information retrieval system design. SAJLIS 72/1: 27 - 34.
  • Bothma, TJD (coordinating author), Cosijn, E, Fourie, I and Penzhorn, C. 2006. Information Society Survival Toolkit. A Pearson Education Custom Publication. London: Pearson Education. Pp. 269.
  • Cosijn, E, Pirkola, A, Bothma, TJD and Järvelin, K. 2006. Cross-cultural information retrieval: searching for English documents using Zulu queries. Proceedings of SCECSAL XVIII: Librarianship as a bridge to an information society in eastern, central and southern Africa. Dar es-Salaam, Tanzania: Tanzania Library Association, July 2006, pp. 648 – 663.
  • Galloway, F, Venter, MR and Bothma, TJD. 2006. PASA annual industry survey 2004: Report. 34 pages.
  • Galloway, F, Venter, MR and Bothma, TJD. 2006. PASA annual industry survey 2005: Report. 34 pages.
  • Galloway, F, Venter, MR and Bothma, TJD. 2006. PASA industry surveys executive summary: Broad Trends in the SA publishing industry over four years (2002-2005). 34 pages.
  • Fourie, I and Bothma, TJD. 2006. Addressing the digital divide in teaching information retrieval: a theoretical view on taking students from ICT access to knowledge sharing. Electronic Library 24(4): 469 – 489.
  • Britz, JJ, Lor, P and Bothma, TJD. 2006. Global capitalism and the fair distribution of information in the marketplace – a moral reflection from the perspective of the developing world. Journal of Information Ethics 15(1), Spring 2006: 60 – 69.

2005

  • Sonderling, N and Bothma, TJD. 2005. Developing the SAPS website for optimal service delivery. SAJLIS 71(1): 26 - 38.
  • Galloway, F, Bothma, TJD, Du Plessis, C and Venter, RM. 2005. PASA snapshot industry survey 2003: Report. 48 pages.
  • Korsten, H and Bothma, TJD. 2005. Evaluating South African government websites: methods, findings and recommendations (part 1). SAJIM 7/2. [Online] Available http://www.sajim.co.za/default.asp?to=peer2vol7nr2.
  • Korsten, H and Bothma, TJD. 2005. Evaluating South African government websites: methods, findings and recommendations (part 2), SAJIM 7/3. [Online] Available http://www.sajim.co.za/default.asp?to=peer3vol7nr3.
  • Cosijn, E & Bothma, TJD. 2005. Contexts of relevance for information retrieval system design. In Crestani, F and Ruthven, I. 2005. Context: nature, impact and role. 5th International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, CoLIS 2005. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3507. Heidelberg: Springer, 47 – 58, Glasgow, June 2005.
  • Lor, PJ, Van Helden, P & Bothma, TJD. 2005. Developing a GIS-based inventory of South Africa’s public libraries: The Public and Community Libraries Inventory of South Africa (PaCLISA) Project. SAJLIS 71/3: 68 - 74.

2004

  • Bothma, TJD, Dick, AL, Fourie, I and Britz, JJ. 2004. Evaluation of the HE libraries programme of the European Union. (Under the auspices of the Department of Education and managed by the British Council.). Brussels: European Union. 79 pp.
  • Galloway, F., Bothma, T J D and Greyling, L-M. 2004. PASA/SABA snapshot industry survey 2002: Final report. 33 pages.
  • Van der Walt, E and Bothma, TJD 2004. Developing a shell for creating adaptive web-based learning material. Electronic proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, RAU, Johannesburg, 1 – 3 September 2004.
  • Jurgens, JL and Bothma, TJD. 2004. Classified ads the adaptive hypermedia way. Electronic proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, RAU, Johannesburg, 1 – 3 September 2004.
  • Kroeze, JH, Matthee, MC and Bothma, TJD. 2004 Differentiating data- and text-mining terminology. SAJIM 6/4. [Online] Available /general.rau.ac.za/infosci/raujournal/default.asp?to=peer5vol6nr4.

2003

  • Britz, JJ and Bothma, TJD. 2003. From library science to information science: a matter of survival and natural evolution - a case study at the University of Pretoria. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 44/1: 72 - 82.
  • Germishuys, R, Henning, M & Bothma, TJD. 2003. Enhancing an online testing/tutoring system incorporating random elements, based on adaptive hypermedia principles. 5th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, Durban, 10-12 September 2003. Electronic proceedings.
  • Geertsema, M & Bothma, TJD. 2003. Metadata for e-recipes. 5th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, Durban, 10-12 September 2003. Electronic proceedings.
  • Oosthuizen, C, Mentz, J & Bothma, TJD. 2003. Metadata creation from distributed Website architecture. 5th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, Durban, 10-12 September 2003. Electronic proceedings.
  • Bothma, P & Bothma, TJD. 2003. Designing a Web-based collaborative workspace. 5th Annual Conference on World Wide Web Applications, Durban, 10 - 12 September 2003. Electronic proceedings.
  • Kroeze, JH, Matthee, MC and Bothma, TJD. 2003. Differentiating data- and text-mining terminology. Proceedings of SAICSIT 2003, Johannesburg, 17 – 19 September 2003.

2002

  • De Wet, K & Bothma, T J D 2002. Implementing a digital library for Afrikaans poetry I: theoretical foundations. Alternation 9/2: 136 - 147.
  • Bothma, T J D, & De Wet, K, Bothma, P 2002. Implementing a digital library for Afrikaans poetry II: technical issues. Alternation 9/2: 148 - 166.
  • Wormell, I, Bothma, T J D & Ralebipi, M D R 2002. DISSAnet: Development of an information science research network in the Republic of South Africa 1998-2000. Education for Information 20/1: 45 - 56.
  • Cosijn, E, Järvelin, K, Bothma, TJD, Nel, JG and Theophanous, J 2002. Facilitating access to knowledge databases in indigenous languages. Proceedings of the SCECSAL conference, April 2002, pp. 101 - 117.
  • Cronjé, JC, Blignaut, AS and Bothma, TJD. 2002. Meeting adult learning needs during web-supported web-skills training. South African Journal of Higher Education 16/3: 207 - 217.
  • Cosijn, E, Pirkola, A, Bothma, TJD and Järvelin, K. 2002. Information access in indigenous languages: a case study in Zulu. "Emerging frameworks and methods", Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, CoLIS4, Seattle, USA, 21 - 25 July 2002, pp. 221 - 238. Re-published in the SA Journal of Libraries and Information Science 68(2): 103 - 114, 2002.
  • Pirkola, A, Cosijn, E, Bothma, TJD and Nel, JG. 2002. Cross-lingual information access in indigenous languages: a case study in Zulu. “Cross language information retrieval: a research roadmap”, a workshop at SIGIR-2002: 25th International conference on research and development in Information Retrieval, August, 2002, Tampere, Finland. Electronic proceedings.
  • Cosijn, E, Bothma, TJD, Järvelin, K, Pirkola, A and Nel, JG. 2002. Metadata and cross-language information retrieval as complementary technologies to provide access to knowledge databases in indigenous languages. Proceedings of ProLISSA 2002, Pretoria, October 2002, pp. 397 - 408.

2001

  • Boon, J A, Bothma, T J D & Cronjé, J C 2001. E-learning and e-libraries - Quo vadis? Proceedings of the 22nd Annual IATUL Conference, IATUL Proceedings Vol. 11 (New series), 29 May - 1 June 2001, Delft, The Netherlands.
  • Bornman, M & Bothma, T J D 2001. Digital media as communication tools for health promotion in managed health care. SAJLIS 67/2: 86 - 96.

2000 

  • Bothma, T J D & Snyman, M M M 2000. Web-supported teaching in the Department of Information Science at the University of Pretoria: a case study. In: Proceedings of the 66th IFLA General Conference Jerusalem, 13-18 August 2000. Booklet VI (Code number 098-115) and electronic proceedings.
  • Bothma, T J D & Britz, J J 2000. Library and Information Science Education at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Restructuring and Curriculum Development. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 41 (3): 233 - 244.
  • Bothma, T J D, De Wet, K, Bothma, P & Pretorius, H 2000. Implementing a digital library for Afrikaans poetry in XML. Proceeding of the 24th International Online Information Meeting, London, 5 - 7 Desember 2000. Oxford: Learned Information, pp. 193 - 199.

Unpublished conference papers

2019

  • Prinsloo, D.J. and Bothma, T.J.D. 2019. Designing a copulative decision tree as a writing assistant for text production in Sepedi. Paper accepted for presentation at the 21st BIENNIAL ALASA International Conference. Bloemfontein, South Africa, 8 -10 July 2019.
  • Bothma, T.J.D. and Gouws, R.H. 2019. Smart e-dictionaries on the continuum of information tools in the e-environment, Paper accepted for presentation at eLex 2019, Sintra, Portugal, 1-3 October 2019.
  • Bothma, T.J.D. and Prinsloo, D.J. 2019. An overview of user support systems in electronic dictionaries. Invited paper for presentation at a workshop entitled Computational Linguistics Providing Paths to Transdisciplinary Research. University of Hildesheim, Hildesheim, Germany, 17 October 2019.

2018

  • Bothma, TJD. 2018. Granular markup for enhancing precision in text retrieval from large corpora. IFLA/WLIC 2018, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 24-30 August 2018.
  • Holmner, MA and, Bothma, TJD. 2018. Reflecting on the CCNY’s involvement in developing African librarians. ALA Annual Conference, New Orleans, USA, 21-26 June 2018. 
  • Holmner, MA, Bothma, TJD and Van Deventer, M. 2018. The value and impact of two Carnegie funded training programs on librarianship in selected African countries. 39th IATUL Conference, Oslo, Norway, 17-22 June 2018. 

2017

  • Holmner, M and Bothma, TJD. 2017. The use of blended learning within a Masters of Information Technology: an African perspective. ProLISSA 2017, Pretoria, 15 – 17 March 2017.
  • Holmner, M and Bothma, TJD. 2017. The establishment of a strategic international and local partnership through a Masters level degree in Information Technology. 38th Annual IATUL Conference, Bolzano, Italy, 19 – 23 June 2017, Bolzano, Italy.
  • Ball, L. and Bothma, TJD. 2017. A usability evaluation of the Afrikaanse idiome-woordeboek. Afrilex 2017, 26 – 28 June 2017, Grahamstown, South Africa.
  • Bothma, TJD, Mostert, BJ, Tiemensma, L. 2017. Print versus electronic reading preferences in South Africa: a case study at three South African universities. ECIL 2017, 18 – 21 September 2017, St Malo, France.
  • Bothma, TJD and Ball, L. 2017. Evaluating advanced search and display options for e-dictionaries. eLex 2017, 19 – 21 September 2017, Leiden, Netherlands.

2016

  • Bothma, TJD. 2016. Information Ethics at the University of Pretoria. 7th UNISA LIS Research Symposium, Pretoria, 28 – 29 July 2016. (Paper followed by a Panel Discussion.)

2015

  • Bothma, TJD. 2015. Reflections on the role of corpora and big data in e-lexicography in relation to end user information needs. Invited keynote at 7th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics, CILC 2015, Valladolid, Spain, 5-7 March 2015.
  • Du Toit, PH, Bothma, TJD & De Boer, A-L.2015. Transforming learning and teaching: The value of applying a comprehensive Whole Brain model at a higher education institution. Fifth International Conference on Value and Virtue in Practice-Based Research, York St John University, York, UK, 9-10 June 2015.
  • Heid, U, Bothma, TJD, Prinsloo, DJ. 2015. Hidden e-dictionaries as part of language-related user guidance tools. Poster paper. eLex 2015, Herstmonceux Castle, Sussex, UK, 11-13 August 2015.
  • Bothma, TJD & Gouws, RH. 2015. Information Science, Metalexicography and a prototype dictionary of multiword expressions. Conference on Electronic Dictionaries as Information Tools, Hildesheim, Germany, 7-8 October 2015.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2015. Collaboration for innovation in e-Lexicography. Conference on Electronic Dictionaries as Information Tools, Hildesheim, Germany, 7-8 October 2015.
  • Prinsloo, DJ, Bothma, TJD & Heid, U. 2015. User guidance devices for e-lexicography. Conference on Electronic Dictionaries as Information Tools, Hildesheim, Germany, 7-8 October 2015.
  • Bothma, TJD & De Boer, A-L. 2015. Reflecting on diverse teaching methodologies for an information literacy programme for large groups. European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL) 2015, Tallinn, Estonia, 19-22 October 2015.

2014

  • De Boer, A-L & Bothma, TJD. 2014. Thinking skills to support innovation: Challenges for the modern day library leader. QQML 2014, 6th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 27-30 May 2014.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2014. Teaching and research in information retrieval at LIS schools in South Africa. Keynote, 15th Information Studies Conference, University of Zululand, 3-5 September 2014.
  • Bothma, TJD and Prinsloo, DJ. 2014. A critical evaluation of lexicographic guidance in linked Kindle e-dictionaries. Afrilex 2014, Potchefstroom, 1-3 July 2014.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2014. Innovation in e-lexicography. Keynote paper at Afrilex 2014, Potchefstroom, 1-3 July 2014.

2013

  • Bothma, TJD. 2013. Integrating IT in LIS teaching in Africa. Invited paper. 7th Annual ProLISSA Conference, Pretoria, 7-8 March 2013.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2013. Integrating IT in LIS education in Africa. IFLA SIG LIS Curriculum Development Preconference, Singapore, August 2013.
  • Prinsloo, DJ, Heid, U & Bothma, TJD. 2013. Linking e-dictionaries to advanced processed corpus data. eLex 2013, Tallinn, 17-19 October 2013.
  • Bothma, TJD, Heid, U & Prinsloo, DJ 2013. Implementing decision support for text production in e-dictionaries. eLex 2013, Tallinn, 17-19 October 2013.
  • Bothma, TJD & Gouws, RH. 2013. Mapping indicators in print dictionaries to structural descriptions in e-dictionaries. eLex 2013, Tallinn, 17-19 October 2013.
  • Bergenholtz, H. & Bothma, TJD. 2013. Access to data in information tools. Symposium on Dictionaries of Economics in the 21st Century, Aarhus University, Denmark, 13-15 November 2013.

2012

  • De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD, Scheepers, D & Du Toit, PH. 2012. Whole Brain® Teaching for Whole Brain® Learners. Lilly Conference, 31 May – 3 June 2012. Washington, DC.
  • Bergenholtz, H & Bothma, TJD. 2012. Access to data in lexicographic tools from the perspectives of lexicographic and information seeking concepts. Afrilex 2012, 3-5 July 2012. Pretoria.
  • Bothma, TJD & Tarp, S. 2012. Lexicography and the relevance criterion. Afrilex 2012, 3-5 July 2012. Pretoria.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2012. The IFLA-FAIFE World Report Online. IFLA 2012, 11-17 August 2012, Helsinki, Finland.
  • Bothma, TJD, Bergenholtz, H & Gouws, RH. 2012. Filtering, searching and navigation for fixed expressions. Europhras 2012, 27 – 31 August 2012, Maribor, Slovenia.
  • Dick, AL, Oyieke, LI and Bothma, TJD. 2012. Are established democracies less vulnerable to Internet censorship than authoritarian regimes? The social media test. 3rd ANIE Conference, 5-7 September 2012, Kievits Kroon, South Africa.
  • Bitso, C, Fourie, I and Bothma, TJD. 2012. Trends in transition from classical censorship to Internet censorship: selected country overviews. 3rd ANIE Conference, 5-7 September 2012, Kievits Kroon, South Africa.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2012. Libraries, technology trends and researcher expectations. UPLS e-strategy marketing and training event, Pretoria, 29 - 30 September 2012.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2012. Towards Open Scholarship at the University of Pretoria - revisited 2012. Digital scholar and evaluation of Open Access Publications. 24-25 October 2012, University of Parma, Italy.

2011

  • De Boer, A-L, Du Toit, PH, Bothma, TJD & Scheepers, D. 2011. Learning by doing and constructing new meaning from transforming an Information Literacy module. Knowledge 2011 Conference, Cape Town, 28 – 31 March 2011.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2011. The impact of technological trends on the LIS world: A global view. Invited paper. African Library Symposium, Muldersdrift, 11 – 13 May 2011.
  • Du Toit, PH, Bothma, TJD, de Boer, A-L, Fourie, I and Scheepers, D. 2011. From creativity to innovation to transformation in Information Literacy for university students: Learning material that makes a difference. LILAC 2011, London, 18 – 20 April 2011.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2011. The experience of the M.IT programme. UPLS e-Learning Seminar, Pretoria, 8 – 9 June 2011.
  • Bothma, TJD and Bergenholtz, H. 2011. Needs adapted data presentation in e-information tools. 16th International Afrilex Conference, Windhoek, 5 – 7 July 2011.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2011. Integrating ICTs in a Masters program in IT for LIS professionals. IFLA preconference on LIS curriculum development, Puerto Rico, August 2011.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2011. The impact of technological trends on the work of information professionals. DLIS Conference, University of Zululand, 14-15 September 2011.

2010

  • Du Toit, PH, de Boer, A-L and Bothma, TJD. 2010. A whole brain approach to greening human capital – the multiple colours of green. International Conference on Developing Human Capital for Sustainable Economies, Karlsruhe, Germany, 27 – 28 May 2010.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2010. Filtering and adapting data and information in the online environment in response to user needs. International symposium on e-Lexicography: The Construction of Internet Dictionaries, Valladolid, Spain, 14 – 16 June 2010.
  • De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD, Scheepers, D. Du Toit, PH. 2010. Towards excellence in a mega class: collaborative design and development of learning materials to facilitate whole brain learning in an information literacy course. Poster presentation at Cooperation and Collaboration in Teaching and Research Trends in Library and Information Studies Education (IFLA pre-conference satellite meeting), Borås, Sweden, 8 - 9 August 2010.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2010. Mapping the world: The IFLA World Report 2010. 76th IFLA General Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, 10 - 15 August 2010.
  • Kroeze, JH, Matthee, MC & Bothma, TJD. 2010. Forty years of Biblical Hebrew Information Systems. SASNES 2010, NWU VTC, Vanderbijl Park, 13 - 14 September 2010.
  • De Boer, A., du Toit, P.H., Bothma, T.J.D. and Scheepers, M.D. 2010. Whole Brain Teaching® for Whole Brain Learners - a solution for creating life long learners in Information Literacy. 12th National LIASA Conference, Centurion, South Africa, 27 Sept - 1 October 2010.

2009

  • De Boer, A-L, Bothma, TJD and Du Toit, PH. 2009. Enhancing information literacy teaching through the application of a whole brain approach. IFLA pre-conference on LIS Education in Developing Countries, Milan, August 2009.

2008

  • Kroeze, JH, Bothma, TJD, Matthee, MC, Kroeze, JCW & Kruger, OC. 2008. Designing an interactive network graph of modular linguistic data in an XML database of Biblical Hebrew. AIBI, Escorial (Madrid), 16-19 June 2008.

2007 

  • Bradshaw, Y, Britz, JJ, Bothma, TJD, Bester, C. 2007. Connecting Africa to the world: The ethical dilemma of creating global classrooms. African Information Ethics Conference, Tshwane, 5 – 7 February 2007.
  • Bothma, TJD and Britz, JJ. 2007. Collaboration amongst (L)IS schools in South Africa. IFLA / WLIC 2007, Durban, 19 – 23 August 2007.

2006

  • Bothma, TJD and Ocholla, D. 2006. LIS education in Southern and Eastern Africa. Invited paper for the Presidential Forum on International Library Education at the ALA, New Orleans, June 2006.
  • Bothma, TJD and Bothma, P. 2006. Metadata for managing indigenous knowledge. SCECSAL XVIII, Dar es-Salaam, Tanzania, August 2006.
  • Pienaar, H, Hammes, M and Bothma, TJD. 2006. Making UP research visible on the Web. CITTE, Pretoria, 16 - 18 September 2006.
  • Ocholla, D and Bothma, TJD. 2006. Trends, challenges and opportunities of LIS education and training in eastern and southern Africa. RETIG SIG of LIASA, Pretoria, 27 September 2006.
  • Fourie, I and Bothma, TJD. 2006. From information literacy to knowledge generation, communities of practice and advocacy to help bridging the digital divide: a theoretical model. LIASA, Pretoria, 25 - 29 September 2006.

2005

  • Britz, JJ, Lor, PJ & Bothma, TJD. 2005. Global capitalism and the fair distribution of information in the marketplace – a moral reflection from the perspective of the developing world. Paper accepted for ICT & Development Workshop, Gabarone, Botswana, 2005.
  • Cosijn, E, Bothma, TJD, Pirkola, A, Jarvelin, K, Keskustalo, H and De Wet, K. 2005. Cross language information retrieval in South African indigenous languages. SAOIM, June 2005, CSIR, Pretoria.
  • Cosijn, E, Keskustalo, H, Pirkola, A, Jarvelin, K, Bothma, TJD, and De Wet, K. 2005. Information access through Cross language information retrieval in the South African context. LIASA, September 2005, Nelspruit.
  • Bradshaw, Y and Bothma, TJD. 2005. Globalization, culture and information technology. Technology and Curriculum, Spartanburg, USA, October 2005.

2004

  • Bothma, TJD. 2004. Using technology in teaching at the University of Pretoria. Improving education and health through information technology: global and local strategies, Memphis, 30 – 31 March 2004.
  • Britz, JJ, Lor, PJ & Bothma, TJD. 2004. Global capitalism and the fair distribution of information in the marketplace – a moral reflection from the perspective of the developing world. The International Federation for Information Processing World Computer Congress, Toulouse, France, September 2004.
  • Britz, JJ, Lor, P, Bothma, TJD and Boekhorst, A. 2004. Technology of teknowledgy? Some critical comments on the ability of technology to communicate and share knowledge. EEI21, Memphis, October 2004.

2003

  • MMM Snyman, ME Snyman and TJD Bothma. 2003. A theoretical framework for designing a local content database for sustainable development. SDF-3 (Sustainable Development Forum), Alexandria, Egypt, 8 – 9 January 2003.
  • A-L de Boer and TJD Bothma. 2003. The role of thinking style preferences in the management of development projects. SDF-3 (Sustainable Development Forum), Alexandria, Egypt, 8 – 9 January 2003.
  • TJD Bothma, ME Snyman, MMM Snyman and JJ Britz. 2003. New times need new curricula: meeting the demands of industry in training information professionals in SADC. 24th IATUL Conference, Ankara, Turkey, 2 - 5 June 2003.
  • JJ Britz, TJD Bothma, MMM Snyman and ME Snyman. 2003. The use of the Web in the education and training of information professionals in SADC – panacea or problem? 24th IATUL Conference, Ankara, Turkey, 2 - 5 June 2003.
  • A-L de Boer and TJD Bothma. 2003. Thinking styles and their role in teaching Library and Information Science. 24th IATUL Conference, Ankara, Turkey, 2 - 5 June 2003.
  • AK Boekhorst, JJ Britz, TJD Bothma & P Lor. 2003. An ethical reflection on the barriers to information in the information era. EEI 2003 Conference, Memphis, USA, October 2003.

2002

  • AK Boekhorst, JJ Britz and TJD Bothma. 2002. The information specialist and ethics: privacy and the new information economy. BOBCATSSS 10, Portoroz, Slovenia, 28 - 30 January 2002.

2001

  • TJD Bothma, JA Boon and JC Cronjé. 2001. E-learning and e-libraries (II): a case study at the University of Pretoria. 22nd IATUL Conference, Delft, The Netherlands, 29 May - 1 June 2001.

2000

  • K De Wet, TJD Bothma, P Bothma and H Pretorius. 2000. Hypermedia and literary interpretation: Inviting interaction with poems in the design and construction of a digital library for Afrikaans poetry. Digital Resources in the Humanities, Sheffield, UK, 10 - 13 September 2000.
  • TJD Bothma and JC Cronjé. 2000. Teaching Web development technologies by means of practical project work: a case study at the University of Pretoria. 2nd Annual conference on World Wide Web applications, Johannesburg, 6 - 7 September 2000.
  • S Blignaut, JC Cronjé and TJD Bothma. 2000. Web-supported web skills training: an online-offline model. 2nd Annual conference on World Wide Web applications, Johannesburg, 6 - 7 September 2000.
  • TJD Bothma. 2000. Training the new information professional. Curriculum development in the Department of Information Science at the University of Pretoria. LIASA, Durban, 26 - 29 September 2000.
Other scientific presentations  
  • Bothma, TJD. 2013. Automating the e-dictionary consultation process for text reception in e-publications, University of Aarhus, 30 May 2013.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2013. Technology trends and social impact. Presentation to SITA, 21 November 2013.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2012. Filtering and adapting data and information in the online environment in response to user needs. Departmental seminar of the the Institute for Information Science and Natural Language Processing, University of Hildesheim, Hildesheim, Germany, 15 March 2012.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2012. The impact of technological trends on the LIS world: a global perspective. Presentation to SITA, 20 July 2012.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2012. Libraries, technology trends and user expectations. Public lecture at the Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy, 16 October 2012.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2012. A global perspective and best practices. Vodacom/ACEIE/DoC seminar on The Future of Privacy and the World in 2020. University of Pretoria, 13 November 2012.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2012. Web information in e-dictionaries. A 3-hour presentation at the SeLA training week, 14 November 2012.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2012. Information presentation in e-dictionaries. A 3-hour presentation at the SeLA training week, 15 November 2012.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2011. User profiling and adaptive presentation in e-dictionaries. Presentation at the Afrilex Workshop on Intelligent and dynamic electronic dictionaries, convened by Prinsloo, D. 5 July 2011, Windhoek, Namibia.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2007. Establishment of a prototype IKS database and training suit. Presentation at the Indigenous Knowledge Indaba, sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology, 14 – 15 March 2007.
  • Cosijn, E, Bothma, TJD, Keskustalo, H, Pirkola, A & Järvelin, K. 2007. Cross-Language Information Retrieval: Accessibility for IK in indigenous languages. Presentation at the Indigenous Knowledge Indaba, sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology, 14 – 15 March 2007.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2007. Digital library initiatives and policies. Oslo Workshop on Building the European Digital Memory, 27 & 28 June 2007. Oslo, Norway (via teleconference).
  • Bothma, TJD. 2005. Collaborative research in Information Science. Presentation at the Interdisciplinary research workshop on ICT 4 Development, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 11 October 2005.
  • Bothma, TJD. 2004. Capturing indigenous knowledge. Presentation at the Indigenous Knowledge Indaba, sponsored by the NRF, 26 January 2004.
  • TJD Bothma and I Wormell. 2002. Networking for information professionals: DISSAnet and ProLISSA. Seminar presented at SCECSAL 2002, Caesars Gauteng Conference Centre, 17 April 2002.
  • TJD Bothma. 2002. CLIR, metadata and indigenous knowledge. School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Invited lecture, 30 April 2002.
  • TJD Bothma. 2002. Digitising indigenous knowledge. Presentation at the Workshop on Indigenous Knowledge, sponsored by the DoE/EU links programme, University of Zululand, 9 October 2002.
  • TJD Bothma and I Cornelius. 2000. Multimedia and the Bible, Seminar and workshop, 6th AIBI Conference, University of Stellenbosch, July 2000.

 Editorial work  

  • Lau, J, Tammaro, AM and Bothma, TJD (Eds.) 2012. Libraries driving access to knowledge. IFLA Publications 151. ISBN 978-3-11-025326-9, e-ISBN 978-3-11-026312-1. München: De Gruyter Saur. 402 pp.
  • Bothma, Theo JD (Ed.) 2010. IFLA World Report 2010. (IFLA/FAIFE World Report Series vol. VIII.)  The Hague: IFLA. (Also listed above.) [Online] available: http://www.ifla-world-report.org.
  • Capurro, R, Britz, JJ, Bothma, TJD, and Bester, BC. (Eds.) 2009. Africa Reader on Information Ethics. 978-0-620-45627-2. Pretoria: Department of Communication. [Online] available: http://www.africainfoethics.org/african_reader.html.
  • Bothma, TJD, Underwood, P and Ngulube, P (Eds.) 2007. Libraries for the future: progress and development of South African libraries. Pretoria: LIASA. Pp. 230. Available online at http://www.dissanet.com.
  • Bothma, TJD and Kaniki, A (Eds.) 2007. Proceedings of ProLISSA 2006. Pretoria: Infuse. 398 pp. Available online at http://www.dissanet.com.
  • Bothma, Theo JD (Ed.) 2007. Access to libraries and information: Towards a fairer world. (IFLA/FAIFE World Report 2007. World Report Series vol. VII.) ISBN 978 0 620 41005 2. Pretoria: IFLA/FAIFE. 480 pp. (Also listed above.) Also available on the IFLA website at http://www.ifla.org/en/faife/the-world-report-2007.
  • Bothma, TJD and Kaniki, A (Eds.) 2004. Proceedings of ProLISSA 2004. Pretoria: Infuse. 419 pp. Available online at http://www.dissanet.com.
  • Bothma, TJD and Kaniki, A (Eds.) 2002. Proceedings of ProLISSA 2002. Pretoria: Infuse. 408 pp. Available online at http://www.dissanet.com.
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