Prof Marlene Holmner

Associate Professor

 
Office: IT Building 6-43 Hatfield Campus
Tel: +27 12 420 5215
 
Qualifications
BA, BA (Hons), MA, DPhil (Pretoria)
 
Prof Holmner obtained a BA degree from the University of Pretoria in 1995, and a BA (Hons) Information Science (Cum Laude) in 1997. This was followed in 1999 by an MA Information Science (Cum Laude) from the same institution. Prof Holmner completed her D (Phil) in 2008 with the title: A critical analysis of information and knowledge societies with specific reference to the interaction between local and global knowledge systems. Prof Holmner joined the Department in 1995 as tutor, and has been lecturing in the department for the past 25 years. During this time, she delivered numerous conference papers covering aspects such as ICT for development and bridging the digital divide. Prof Holmner is the chair of the marketing committee of the School of Information Technology and is a Microsoft Certified Professional and is a member of the Africa Network for Information Ethics.
 
Research
Interest:
  • ICT for development
  • Information ethics
  • Indigenous knowledge
Researcher ID profile:
NRF rating: C2
 
Modules offered
Programme coordinator:
  • BIS Information Science
  • MIT ICT Information Science
Module coordinator and lecturer:
  • INL 110 – Information Science: Introduction to Information Science
  • INL 270 – Information Science: Indigenous knowledge and communication
  • INL 360 – Information Science: Socio-political aspects of information in a global context
  • INY 715 – Information ethics
Lecturer:
  • INL 370 – Information Science: Experiential learning project
Postgraduate supervisor
  • Doctoral theses
  • Master’s dissertations
  • Coursework master’s dissertations
  • Honours research reports
Work experience
  • January 2020  to present at the University of Pretoria as Associate Professor
  • January 2010 to December 2019 at the University of Pretoria as Senior Lecturer
  • January 1997 to December 2009 at the University of Pretoria as Lecturer
  • January 1996 to December 1996 at the University of Pretoria as Part-time, Junior Lecturer
  • January 1995 to December 1995 at the University of Pretoria as Tutor
Teaching development activities

Master’s level

  • MIT 873 – Networking technologies: Developed module

Honour’s level

  • INL 715 – Information ethics: Revised and extensively updated

Third-year level

  • INL 340 – Socio-political aspects of Information in a global context: Developed module
  • INL 360 – Digital repositories: Developed with the departmental curriculation committee

Second-year level

  • INL 240 – Information ethics: Revised and extensively updated
  • INL 270 – Indigenous Knowledge: Developed

First-year level

  • INL 110 – Introduction to Information science: Revised and extensively updated
  • INL 140 – Information and Communication Technology: Revised and extensively updated
Departmental and School of Information Technology Committee and other involvement

From 1998 to present

  • Member of Departmental Marketing Committee (1998 to present)
  • Co-ordinate registration process of first-year students in the Department of Information Science (1998 to present)
  • Member of Departmental Research Committee (2009 to present)
  • Chairperson School of Information Technology Marketing Committee (2004 to 2006) & (2008 to 2016) and (2018 to present)
Publications in refereed accredited journals

2021

  • Asare, C, & Holmner, M.A. 2021. Adopting Mobile Technologies for Social Media Based Library Services at the Wisconsin International University College Library, Ghana. Library Philosophy and Practice. https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/5544
  • Holmner, M.A., Bothma, T. & Van Deventer, M. 2021. The value and impact of The value and impact of two Carnegie funded training programs on librarianship in selected African countries. Library Hi Tech. In Progress.(ISI, IF 0.759)

2020

  • Mbagwu, Francisca Chinyeaka; Lyaka, Martha; Kiwelu, Jackline E.; Nyantakyi-Baah, Lydia; and Holmner, Marlene. 2020. Achieving Sustainable Development Goals Two and Three: Role of Academic Libraries. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal). 3995. https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/3995
  • Mungai, M.W., Dorvlo, S.S., Nuwagirya, A. & Holmner, M. 2020. Influence of copyright exceptions and limitations on access to information in Kenya, Ghana and Uganda libraries. Library Management. Vol. 41(6/7): pp. 565-577. (ISI, IF 0.73)
  • Anduvare, E., M. & Holmner, M. 2020. Innovative use of technologies to enhance knowledge management. Library Management. Vol. 41(6/7): pp. 503-514. (ISI, IF 0.73)
  • Van Wyk, J., Bothma, T. & Holmner, M. 2020. A conceptual virtual research environment model for the management of research data, a South African perspective. Library Management. Vol. 41(6/7): pp. 417-446. (ISI, IF 0.73)

2019

2018

2017

  • Fasae, J., K.,Larnyoh, W.,ESew, M.,Alanyo, B. and Holmner, M. 2017. Institutional repositories and heritage materials in selected institutions within three African countries. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal). 1603. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/libphilprac/1603. (Scopus, IF 0.33)

2015

  • Ponelis, S. & Holmner, M. 2015. [Editorial]. ICT in Africa. Enabling a better life for all. Information Technology for Development, Vol 21(1):1-11. (ISI, IF 1.387)
  • Ponelis, S. & Holmner, M. 2015. [Editorial]. ICT in Africa. Building a better life for all. Information Technology for Development, Vol 21(2):163-177. (ISI, IF 1.387)
  • Akeriwa, M., Penzhorn, C. & Holmner, M. 2015. Using mobile technologies for social media based library services at the University of Development Studies Library, Ghana. Information Development. Vol 31(3):284-293. (ISI, IF 0.905)

2013

  • Mukamusoni, O. & Holmner, M. 2013. Becoming an information and knowledge society: Rwanda and the Village Phone project. Mousaion, Vol 31(2):13-28. (DHET)
  • Holmner, M.A. & Marias, L. 2013. Electronic waste: the leading information ethical concern of the information age. Innovation, June (46):136-150. (DHET)
  • Holmner, M. & Brtiz, J.J. 2013. When the last mile becomes the longest mile: a critical reflection on Africa’s ability to transform itself to become part of the global knowledge society. Innovation, June, (46):119-135. (DHET)
  • Hommes, E. & Holmner, M. 2013. Intelligent Transport Systems: privacy, security and societal considerations within the Gauteng case study. Innovation, June, (46):193-207. (DHET)
  • Holmner, M., Penzhorn, C. & van Wyk, W. 2013. The implementation of an innovative continuous assessment model for an Information Science undergraduate class: possible information ethical considerations. Innovation, December, (47):268-285. (DHET)

2012

  • Hommes, E., Holmner, M.A. & Schutte, M. 2012. The Intelligent Number Plate System: protection or violation of motorists’ privacy? Mousaion, Vol 30(1) 2012:65-86. (DHET)

2011

  • Holmner, M.A. & Britz, J.J. 2011. The road less travelled: A critical reflection on infrastructure development in Africa from a perspective of the new economics of information. Mousaion, Vol 29(1):1-16. (DHET)
  • Holmner, M.A. 2011. The road to the Information and Knowledge society: indigenous knowledge and the Millennium Development Goals. Mousaion, Vol 29(2):137-155. (DHET)

2010

  • Alexander, P.M., Matthee, M., Lotriet, H., Pieterse, V., Twinomurinzi, H., Holmner, M., Naidoo, S., Jordaan, D. 2010.  Factors affecting career choice: Comparison between students from computer and other disciplines. Journal of Science Education and Technology, Vol 20(3):300. (Scopus, IF 1.375)

2001

  • Holmner, M. & Britz, J.J. 2001. Electronic mail ethics: a technological perspective. South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science, 67(20):70-78. (ScieLO)
Published full-length conference papers

2017

  • Esew, M., Deepak, K.S. & Holmner, M. 2017. Perception and Experiences of Academics on the Awareness and Utilization of Digitization and Institutional Repositories in Ahmadu Bello University. Paper presented at: 2nd International Conference on Conjugative Management, Library Information Science, Social Science and Technology for Virtual World [ICCLIST'17]. 15th January, 2017, New Delhi India. Available {online].

2016

2015

  • Mosha, N.F., Holmner, M.A. & Penzhorn, C. 2015. Utilisation of social media tool to enhance knowledge sharing amongst knowledge workers at the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology in Arusha, Tanzania. IFLA World Library and Information Congress. IFLA, World Library and Information Congress, 15-21 August, Cape Town, South Africa. Available [Online]. http://library.ifla.org/1273/1/180-mosha-en.pdf.

2013

  • Van Wyk, W., Holmner, M. & Mostert, B. 2013. The use of a virtual library tour to assist first year students in becoming library literate. Proceedings of the IATUL Conferences.Paper 4. http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/iatul/2013/papers/4.
  • De Beer, K. & Holmner, M. 2013.  The design of an alternate reality game as capstone course in a multimedia post-graduate degree. Proceedings of the IATUL Conferences. Paper 30. http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/iatul/2013/papers/30

2012

  • Holmner, M.A., Kruger, C.J. & van Deventer, J.P. 2012. User Acceptance and Technology Adoption: e-Learning in a Developing Context. Online Proceedings, SIG GlobDev 1st pre- ECIS Workshop, Barcelona, Spain, June 10, 2012.
  • Viljoen, C., Holmner, M.A. & van Wyk, W. 2012. The impact of mobile technologies for debt counseling, education and consumer protection in developing economies: A South African Perspective. Online Proceedings, SIG GlobDev 1st pre- ECIS Workshop, Barcelona, Spain, June 10, 2012.
  • Van Wyk, W., Thompson, L. & Holmner, M.A. 2012. An investigation of the limitations of ICTs to transfer nonverbal communication in e-Learning within developing economies. Online Proceedings, SIG GlobDev 1st pre- ECIS Workshop, Barcelona, Spain, June 10, 2012.

2006

  • Holmner, M.A & Snyman, M. 2006.The centre approach as a way to bridge the digital divide on a technological level in South Africa. In: ProLISSA 2006. Proceeding of the 4th biennial ProLISSA Conference, Pretoria, 2 - 3 November 2006. Edited by T. Bothma, & A. Kaniki,  Pretoria: Infuse, pp. 371– 382.

2002

  • Sonnekus, I.P & Holmner, M.A. 2002. The development of a Web-based career guidance programme incorporating indigenous knowledge systems. In: SCECSAL, 2002. Proceedings of the 15th Standing Conference of Eastern, Central and Southern African Library and Information Associations, 15-19 April, Caesars Gauteng Conference Centre. Edited by R. Snyman, Pretoria: Infuse, pp. 279 – 288.

2000

  • Holmner, M.A. 2000. Techno-ethical issues of electronic mail. In: ProLISSA  2000. Proceeding of the first biannual DISSANET Conference “Southern African LIS research in progress”, 26-27 October, Conference Centre, University of Pretoria. Edited by I. Wormell, Centre for Information Development: University of Pretoria, pp. 113 – 127.
Participation in international conferences

2021

2018

2017

2016

2015

  • Mosha, N., Holmner M.A. & Penzhorn, C. 2015. Utilisation of social media tools to enhance knowledge sharing among knowledge workers: A case of Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST), Arusha, Tanzania. IFLA World Library and Information Congress. 15 – 21 August, 2015.Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Ilako, C., Akeriwe, M. & Holmner, M.A. 2015. Strengthening LIS education in Developing countries: the role of the MIT LIS Education Program in promoting ICT skills among Librarians on the African continent. IFLA World Library and Information Congress, Satellite Conference, Library and Information Studies Centre University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, June 12, 2015.

2013

  • Holmner, M.A. & Penzhorn, C. 2013. The Amazing Information Race: Innovative Implementation Of A New Assessment Model For Teaching An Undergraduate Class. The Clute Institute International Academic Conference. 9-11 June, 2013. Paris, France.

2012

  • Viljoen, C., Holmner, M.A. & van Wyk, W. 2012. The impact of mobile technologies for debt counseling, education and consumer protection in developing economies: A South African Perspective. SIG GlobDev 1st pre- ECIS Workshop, 10 June, 2012. Barcelona, Spain.
  • Van Wyk, W., Thompson, L. & Holmner, M.A. 2012. An investigation of the limitations of ICTs to transfer nonverbal communication in e-Learning within developing economies. SIG GlobDev 1st pre- ECIS Workshop, 10 June, 2012. Barcelona, Spain.
  • Holmner, M.A., Kruger, C.J. & van Deventer, J.P. 2012. User Acceptance and Technology Adoption: e-Learning in a Developing Context. SIG GlobDev 1st pre- ECIS Workshop, 10 June, 2012. Barcelona, Spain.

2011

  • Holmner, M.A. & Kruger, C.J. 2011. E-Waste - Opportunities and Challenges, from a Developing perspective. ICIS 2011. Pre-ICIS GLOBDev Workshop (International Conference on Information Systems). 3-7 December, 2011. Shanghai, China.
  • Holmner, M.A, & Kruger, C.J. 2011. Online Collaborative Learning and ICT4D - Opportunities and Challenges. Pre-AMCIS 2011 GLOBDev Workshop. (American conference of Information Systems). 4-7 August, 2011. Detroit, USA.

2006

  • Holmner, M.A & Snyman, M. 2006. Utilising Information Communication Technologies for Development in South Africa: The centre approach. XVI  ISA World Congress of the International Sociological  Association. 23-29 July, 2006, Durban, South Africa.

2003

  • Sonnekus, I & Holmner M.A. 2003. A web-based career guidance programme to enhance indigenous and local knowledge systems of careers. 21st ICDE World Conference on Open Learning and Distance Education.1-5 June,  2003. Hong Kong.
Participation in national conferences

2017

  • Holmner, M.A. & Botma, T.J.D. 2017. The use of blended learning within a Masters of Information Technology: an African perspective. ProLISSA Conference, 13 March, 2017. Farm Inn, Pretoria.

2016

  • Holmner, M.A. 2016. The changing landscape of the LIS profession: new developments and trends in Information Science. Student Symposium. Department of Information Science, UNISA. 26 August, 2016. Pretoria.

2015

  • Holmner, M.A. & Penzhorn, C. 2015. Innovative Assessment model: The Amazing Information Race. Flexible Futures: Shaping a Hybrid Teaching Model for UP, 2-11 November, 2015. Pretoria.
  • Akeriwe, M., Holmner, M.A. & Penzhorn, C. 2015. Social media based library services via mobile technologies: University of Development Studies Library, Ghana. 16th Information Studies Conference, Zululand University, 2-4 September, 2015. Kwa-Zulu Natal.

2014

  • Holmner, M.A. & Penzhorn, C. & Van Wyk, W. 2014. The Amazing Information Race. The Information Studies Conference at the University of Zululand, Kwa-Zulu Natal. 3-5 September, 2014. Kwa-Zulu Natal.

2013

  • Holmner, M.A. & Marais, L. 2013. Electronic waste: the dumping site of the Information Age. The Information Studies Conference at the University of Zululand, Kwa-Zulu Natal. 4-6 September, 2013. Kwa-Zulu Natal.

2012

  • Van Wyk, W., Thompson, L. & Holmner, M.A. 2012. An investigation of e-Learning within developing economies. The impact of ICT Barriers in the transfer of nonverbal communication. The Information Studies Conference at the University of Zululand, 10-12 September, 2012. Kwa-Zulu Natal.
  • Holmner, MA. 2012. Creative Assessment methods to improve class attendance. Symposium on Class Attendance and Student Success.  25 April 2012. Prof Nthabiseng Ogude, Deputy Vice-Principal: Teaching and Learning of the University of Pretoria. Pretoria.
  • Holmner, M.A. 2012. Creative Assessment. Education Induction. 16-20 January 2012. CSIR Convention Centre.

2011

  • Mukamusoni, O. & Holmner, MA. 2011. An investigation into the information and knowledge society status of Rwanda: the Village Phone project. The Department of Information Studies, University of Zululand, Annual conference. 14-15 September, 2011. Kwa-Zulu Natal.  
  • Holmner, M.A. 2011. The information and knowledge society: the role of indigenous knowledge in achieving the MDGs. The Department of Information Studies, University of Zululand, Annual conference. 14-15 September, 2011. Kwa-Zulu Natal
  • Hommes, E. & Holmner, M.A. 2011. The Intelligent Number Plate System: protection or violation of motorists’ privacy? The Department of Information Studies, University of Zululand, Annual conference. 14-15 September, 2011. Kwa-Zulu Natal.
  • Holmner, M.A. 2011. The Amazing Information Race. Education Induction. 4-8 July 2011. CSIR Conference Centre. Pretoria.
  • Holmner, M.A. 2011. The road to the information and knowledge society: Indigenous Knowledge and the Millennium Development Goals. PROLISSA conference, 8-9 March 2011, Pretoria.

2006

  • Holmner, M.A. & Snyman, M. 2006.The centre approach as a way to bridge the digital divide on a technological level in South Africa. PROLISSA conference, 2006. Pretoria.

2002

  • Holmner, M.A, & Sonnekus, I. 2002.The development of a Web-based career guidance programme incorporating indigenous knowledge systems. SCECSAL 2002, Caesars Gauteng, South Africa.

2000

  • Holmner, M.A. 2000. The design and implementation of the Youth Technology Network (YTECH). YTECH International Planning Conference, March 2000, Santon, South Africa.
  • Holmner, M.A. 2000. Techno-ethical issues of electronic mail. DISSAnet Conference, October 2000, Pretoria, South Africa.
Supervision

Doctoral thesis

Degree

Date

Name of student

Title of thesis

Supervisor/
Co-supervisor
DPhil Information Science
2018
The relationship between research data management and virtual research environments
Prof Theo Bothma
Dr Marlene Holmner (co)

 

Master’s dissertations

Degree
Date
Name of student
Title of thesis
Supervisor/
Co-supervisor
MIT (CW)
2018
Ihejirika, K
Adopting mobile technologies for social media based library services at the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO), Nigeria.
Dr Marlene Holmner
MIT (CW)
2018
Izuchukwu, A
The role of the academic library in providing outreach services to prison inmates by means of mobile tools and technologies in Nsukka prison library.
Dr Marlene Holmner
MIT (CW)
2017
Burunga, B
The use of mobile technologies for social media based service delivery at Muni University library, Uganda.
Dr Marlene Holmner
Dr C Penzhorn (co)
MIT (CW)
2017
Kuteesha, H
Designing an Institutional Repository for Kyambogo University, Uganda
Dr Marlene Holmner
Dr M van Deventer (co)
MIT (CW)
2017
Mavhunduse, F
The Role of Academic Libraries in Rural Agriculture: Use of Mobile Technologies and Applications for information provision.
Dr Marlene Holmner
MIT (CW)

2017

Mwahulhwa, B

The use of social media based service delivery in the Nkumba University library Uganda.
Dr Marlene Holmner
F. Ssekitto (co)
MIT (CW)
2016
Alago, B
Broadband in academic libraries’ provision of online services: A case study of Uganda Management Institute.
Dr Marlene Holmner
MIT (CW)
2016
Boucher, B
Librarian Web-based training:  an investigation into the Tshwane University of Technology’s Library and Information Services use of broadband in training.
Dr Marlene Holmner
MIT (CW)
2016
Venance, C
The Role of the academic library in supporting distance education through the use of ICT: The Open University of Tanzania.
Dr Marlene Holmner
MIT (CW)
2015
Mbwaki, I
An investigation into the use of mobile phones for health information delivery to rural women in Uganda.
Dr Marlene Holmner
Dr C Penzhorn (co)
MIT (CW)
2014
Ilako, C
The use of mobile technologies for mobile service delivery in Makerere University library.
Dr Marlene Holmner
MIT (CW)
2014
Kalumunaj, G
The contribution of broadband Internet initiatives in academic libraries in provision of web-based information services to users. The case of DUCE.
Dr Marlene Holmner
MIT (CW)
2013
Akeriwe, M
The use of mobile technologies for Web 2.0 based service delivery to post-graduate students in Ghanaian Universities: the case of the University for Development Studies
Dr Marlene Holmner
Dr C Penzhorn (co)
MIT (CW)
2013
De Wee, J
An investigation into how mobile technologies advance service delivery for library users at the University of Pretoria Library Services.
Dr Marlene Holmner
Dr H Pienaar (co)
MA Development Communication (cw)

 

2012
Mukamusoni, O
An investigation into the information and knowledge society status of Rwanda: the Village Phone project.
Dr Marlene Holmner

 

Current supervision: Doctoral theses

Degree
Date first registered
Name of student
Title of thesis
Supervisor/
Co-supervisor
PhD Information science

2017

De Wee, Janice
A social media governance framework for South African Academic Libraries.
Dr Marlene Holmner
Dr M van Deventer (co)
PhD Information science
2017
Matlatse, Rifiloe
The information security and/or POPIA readiness of South African Higher Education Institutions.
Dr Marlene Holmner

 

Current supervision: Master’s dissertations

Degree
Date first registered
Name of student
Title of thesis
Supervisor/
Co-supervisor
MIS Information Science
2018
Dipela, Kutloano
Exploring how the Information Ethics’ educational initiatives at the University of Pretoria can address spread of fake news.
Dr Marlene Holmner
MIS Information Science
2018
Mkantla, Nonceba
Social Media Policies in Secondary Schools in South Africa.
Dr Marlene Holmner
 
Member of Editorial Boards
  • Guest Editor: Special issue.  ICT in Africa: enabling a better life for all. Journal of Information Technology for Development.
  • Editorial Board Member: Journal of Information Technology for Development. (ITD)
  • Editorial Board Member: International Journal of Library and Information Science (IJLIS)
  • Editorial Board Member: Mousaion
Membership of National and International Bodies
  • Member, ACEIE (African Centre of Excellence for Information Ethics)
  • Member, LIASA
  • Member, ASSAF
  • Member, ASIS&T, ASIS&T Africa Chapter
  • Officer of ASIS&T Africa Chapter
  • Member of the Special Interest Group on Global Development (GlobDev).
  • Member of NRF Rating IT panel. Report writer.
Participation in national and international teaching associations, bodies, committees
  • Academic and Advisory Board member: Carnegie MIT programme.
  • Academic and Advisory Board member: Carnegie CPD programme.
  • Re-Curriculation committee. BIS degrees.BIS Information Science package coordinator.
  • Research Committee. Department of Information Science.
  • EBIT Committee for the online redesign of the Student Feedback Instrument (FSI).
Collaborative research
  • Research collaboration concerning “Factors Influencing Student Choices to Take ICT related courses” together with Prof. P.M. Alexander, Department of Informatics, School of IT.
  • Towards a data science competency model for South African organisations. SIT Grant, 2019. Together with Dr Marie Hatting, Prof Rennie Naidoo and Dr Linda Marshall.
Research Funding

2018

  • NRF Incentive Funding plus Institutional contribution

2017

  • NRF Incentive Funding plus Institutional contribution

2016

  • NRF Incentive Funding plus Institutional contribution

2011 – 2012

  • Obtained research funds from: Research Development Programme for: A critical analysis of information and knowledge societies with specific reference to the interaction between indigenous and global knowledge systems – a case study of the IBSA countries, India, Brazil and South Africa.

2010 – 2011

  • Obtained research funds from: Research Development Programme for: A critical analysis of information and knowledge societies with specific reference to the interaction between indigenous and global knowledge systems – a case study of the IBSA countries, India, Brazil and South Africa.
Involvement with other universities

External Examiner

2007 – 2011

  • External Examiner UNISA - Undergraduate, Honours, Master's and Doctoral
  • External examiner University of Cape Town - Undergraduate, Master's and Doctoral
  • External examiner University of KwaZulu Natal - Master's, Doctoral

Invited Guest lecturer

2015

  • University of Wisconsin: Milwaukee. Course: Global Studies. Theme: E-waste.

2014

  • University of Wisconsin: Milwaukee. Course: Global Studies. Theme: E-waste.
Referee duties

Reviewed articles for the following journals from 2010 to present

  • Mousaion (DHET)
  • Information for Development (ISI)
  • Innovation (DHET)
  • African Journal of Information and Communication (DHET)
  • African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science (ISI)
  • Information Technology for Development (ISI)
  • Library Hi-tech (ISI)

Reviewed papers for the following international conferences

2018

  • ICTM 2018 Conference hosted in Wroclaw, Poland. October 22-23, 2018.
  • Pre-ICIS Workshop of SIG GlobDev. 11th Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop Dec 12, 2018, San Francisco, California, USA.

2017

  • Pre-ICIS Workshop of SIG GlobDev. 10th Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop Dec 10, 2017, Seoul, Korea.

2016

  • International Conference on ICT Management for Global Competitiveness and Economic Growth in Emerging Economies ICTM 2016. Wroclaw, Poland, October 23-24, 2016.
  • Pre-ICIS Workshop of SIG GlobDev. 9th Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop Dec 11, 2016, Dublin, Ireland.

2015

  • SIGGlobDev mini track ICT in Emerging Markets for AMCIS 2013 (The Americas Conference on Information Systems) Puerto Rico, 13-15 August, 2015.
  • International Conference on ICT Management for Global Competitiveness and Economic Growth in Emerging Economies ICTM 2015. Wroclaw, Poland, October 22-23, 2015.
  • Pre-ICIS Workshop of SIG GlobDev. 8th Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop Dec 12, 2015, Ft Worth, Texas.

2014

  • SIGGlobDev mini track ICT in Emerging Markets for AMCIS 2013 (The Americas Conference on Information Systems) Savannah, 7-9 August, 2014.
  • CMEP 2014. The theme of the conference is "Leveraging Information Technology for Education, Communications, Marketing and Management" November 25-27, 2014, Wroclaw, Poland.

2013

  • International Conference on Mobile Business 2013: Berlin: Germany, 10-13 June 2013.
  • SIGGlobDev mini track ICT in Emerging Markets for AMCIS 2013 (The Americas Conference on Information Systems) Chicago, 15-17 of August 2013.
  • International Conference on ICT Management for Global Competitiveness and Economic Growth in Emerging Economies - ICTM 2013, Wroclaw-Poland 16-17 September 2013.

2012

  • First Pre- ECIS Workshop of the Association for Information Systems Special Interest Group for ICT in Global Development (SIG GlobDev) (http://www.globdev.org) Barcelona, Spain, on June 10th, 2012.
  • SIGGlobDev mini track ICT in Emerging Markets for AMCIS 2012 (The Americas Conference on Information Systems) Seattle, 8th of August 2012 – 12th of August 2012.
  • International Conference on ICT Management for Global Competitiveness and Economic Growth in Emerging Economies - ICTM 2012. Wroclaw, Poland 17-18 September 2012.
Award

2020

  • Recipient of the EBIT Faculty Teaching and Learning award of 2020.

 

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