Outputs

Output includes formal and informal, peer-reviewed and popular. Versions not included

2012

Czerniewicz, L (2012) Keynote address “Opening Scholarship: Opportunities and Contestations” at The First Unisa International Open Distance Learning Conference, September 2012, Pretoria

Czerniewicz, L (2012)  Academics’ Online Presence: Assessing and Shaping Visibility. Talk at UNISA September, slides also available.

Czerniewicz, L (2012) Educational Technology for Equity, in McCormick, T and  Young, J (Eds) Rebooting the Academy, Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington

Czerniewicz, L (2012) Open Scholarship and what it means for African Universities. Keynote at E/merge 2012: Open to Change, Online Conference,  20 July 2012.  http://emerge2012.net/ Talk (slides & audio) online.

Czerniewicz, L. (2012) Critical content and communication capabilities: foundational for African education in a digitally-mediated age  in: Isaacs, S. and Hollow, D., (eds) The eLearning Africa 2012 Report, ICWE: Germany.

Czerniewicz, L and Brown, C (2012) This is the penultimate version of “Objectified Cultural Capital and the Tale of Two Students” in Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld L, Hodgson,
V, McConnell D (Eds) Exploring the Theory, Pedagogy and Practice of Networked Learning, Springer

Czerniewicz, L and Brown, C (2012) This is the pre-publication version of “The Habitus of Digital Strangers” in the  British Journal of Educational Technology, 2012. The article was first published online: 20 APR 2012, DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01281.x

Czerniewicz, L (2012) Open Education, Why It Matters in South Africa. Talk and presentation at TEDx CT Ed June 2012, Cape Town,

Czerniewicz, L (2012) Open Research in Universities, interview with Russel Southwood, BalancingAct-Africa.com 6 June 2012

Czerniewicz, L (2012) The Changing Scholarly Communication and Content Landscape. Presentation to Cape Higher Education Consortium, May 2012

Czerniewicz, L; Doyle, G; Cox, G; Hodgkinson-Williams, C (2012)  From Project to Mainstream in a Constrained Environment, Openness at the University of Cape Town. Presentation at Cambridge 2012: Innovation and Impact – Openly Collaborating to Enhance Education, April 2012

Czerniewicz, L (2012), Open Up and Say “Access for Everyone”, Mail and Guardian, 2 March 2012

Czerniewicz, L (2012) ICTs and Higher Education: Trends, Opportunities and Concerns- An African Perspective, Presentation at ICTs in Education, Johannesburg March 2012

2011

Jones, C and Czerniewicz, L (Editors) (2011) Research in Learning TechnologySpecial Issue – Theory in Learning Technology. Here is the Word version of the Editorial- Theory and Learning Technology ;  the final published (paginated) version is available at Jones, C & Czerniewicz, L 173-177, DOI:10.1080/21567069.2011.632491

Czerniewicz, L & Carr, T (2011) Growing Educational Use of Technology in a Fast Changing Environment. Presented at Conference of Rectors, Vice Chancellors and Presidents of African Universities (COREVIP) from May 30 to June 3, 2011 in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

Czerniewicz, L (2011) ICTs in Education Considerations for African Universities Presentation for Deans and Directors of African Universities, October 2011, Johannesburg

Czerniewicz, L., Gray, E., Donnelly, S., & Noakes, T. (2011). Academic visibility. Presented at the University of Cape Town, October 2011

Czerniewicz, L. & Gray, E. (2011). Demystifying open access. Presented at the University of Cape Town, November 2011

Czerniewicz, L. & Gray, E. (2011). The changing journals landscape. Presented at the University of Cape Town, October 2011

2010

Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2010). Strengthening and weakening boundaries, Students negotiating technology mediated learning.In Rethinking Learning for a Digital Age – How learners are shaping their own experiences. Edited by Sharpe, R., Beetham, H.& de Freitas, S. Routledge, June 2010. Penultimate version of chapter available here.

Carr, T., Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2010). Supporting Changing Cultures through emerging practices. In Changing Cultures in Higher Education- Moving Ahead to Future Learning. Edited by Ehlers, U-D.& Schneckenberg, D. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, 285-298.

Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2010). Debunking the “digital native”: beyond digital apartheid, towards digital democracy. In Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. Vol. 26, Issue 5, 357–369. Penultimate version of paper available here.

Czerniewicz, L. (2010).  Educational technology – mapping the terrain with Bernstein as cartographer. In Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (JCAL) 2010. Vol. 26, Issue 6, 523- 534. Penultimate version of paper available here.

Czerniewicz, L. (2010). ICTs and Higher Education in South Africa – Disruptions and Durability. Keynote presentation at ICTs and Higher Education Conference, Sandton Convention Centre 24-25 March 2010. Prezi version at http://prezi.com/sjvnqpqzz3vd/ict-in-he-conference-march-10/ . See powerpoint version.

Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2010). Born into the Digital Age in the south of Africa: the reconfiguration of the “digital citizen“. Paper and presentation at Networked Learning Conference 2010, May 2010, Aalborg University, Denmark.

Czerniewicz, L. (2010). The Digital Native in a New Era; Apartheid or Democracy? Keynote Presentation at 5th International Conference on E-learning (ICEL) Penang, Malaysia, July 2010. Prezi version at http://prezi.com/faclvcjiof5c/digital-native-in-a-new-era-apartheid-or-democracy/

C. Jones & L. Czerniewicz. (2010). Describing or debunking? The net generation and digital natives. In Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. Vol. 26, Issue 5, 317–320.

2009

Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2009). A Virtual Wheel of Fortune? Enablers and Constraints. In Bridging the knowledge divide: Educational technology for development. Edited by Marshall, S. & Kinuthia, W. Information Age Publishing.

Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2009). Intermediaries and infrastructure as agents: the mediation of elearning policy and use by institutional culture. In Transforming higher education through technology-enhanced learning. Mayes, T., Morrison,D., Mellar,H., Bullen, P. & Oliver,M. York: The Higher Education Academy.

Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2009). A study of the relationship between institutional policy, organisational culture and e-learning use in four South African universities. In Computers and Education, 53 (1):121-131.

Czerniewicz, L., Williams, K., & Brown, C. (2009). Students make a plan: understanding student agency in constraining conditions. In ALT-J Research in Learning Technology, 17 (2).

Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2009). Making sense of Gender and ICTs in Education: Theoretical Explanations for complex findings. Conference proceeding of the 4th International Conference on e-Learning (ICEL),16-17 July 2009. Toronto, Canada.

Czerniewicz, L. and Carr, A.M. (2009).  e/merge: Peer learning online from developing contexts. Conference proceedings of the 6th International Seminar of the UNESCO Chair in e-Learning: Open Social Learning, November 30 – December 1 2009. Barcelona.

Czerniewicz, L. (2009). Scholarly Communication: ICT-enabled opportunities for academics DFID Seminar.14 September 2009. Stellenbosch.

Czerniewicz, L. (2009). Digital inclusion and exclusion: towards elearning for all. Presented at the Elearning Update, 3 September 2009. Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2009).  A study of the relationship between institutional policy, organisational culture and elearning use in four South African universities. Presented at Computers and Learning, 23-25 March 2009.Brighton.

Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2009). The mobile net generation: beyond digital apartheid. Presented at The Net Generation Symposium, 11 May 2009. Open University, Milton Keynes.

Czerniewicz, L & Brown, C. (2009). Blurring and reconstituting boundaries: ICT-mediated learning in a developing country context. Presented at the 3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium,27 March 2009. London School of Education.

Czerniewicz, L. (2009). Cell phones and Higher Education: increasing access for all? Presented at the Sakai Conference , 8-10 July 2009. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

2008

Czerniewicz , L. (2008). Distinguishing the Field of Educational Technology. In Electronic Journal of Elearning. Edited by Williams, S. & Czerniewicz, L., 6 (3): 171-178, October 2008.

Brown, C., Czerniewicz, L. &  Pedersen, J. (2008.) Doing It For Themselves. How South African university students learn to use computers for their studies. Conference proceedings of the 10th Annual conference on World Wide Web Applications, 3-5 September, Cape Town. Edited by van Brakel,P.A. Cape Town: Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

Czerniewicz, L., Williams, K. & Brown, C. (2008). Students make a plan: understanding student agency in constraining conditionsConference proceedings of the ALT-C 2008: Rethinking the digital divide. Edited by Whitton, N. & McPherson, M.Leeds. UK, 9-11 September. 27-38.

Czerniewicz, L. (2008). Fish or Fowl. What is this Creature Called Educational Technology? Conference proceedings of the Third International Conference on Elearning, Cape Town, South Africa. Edited by Remenyi, D.103-112.


2007

Czerniewicz, L., Ravjee, N. and Mlitwa, N. (2007). Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and South African higher education: Understanding/s (of) the landscape. InReview of Higher Education in South Africa: Selected Themes. Edited by Auf der Heyde,T. et al. Pretoria: The Council of Higher Education, pp. 53-76.

Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2007). If we build it will they come? Investigating the relationship between students’ access to and use of ICTs for learning. In South African Journal of Higher Education, 21(6): 730-745.

Carr, A.M. and Czerniewicz, L. (2007). Editorial: Emergent research from Southern Africa. In International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 3(4): 2-6.

Jaffer, S., Ng’ambi, D. & Czerniewicz, L. (2007). The role of ICTs in higher education in South Africa: One strategy for addressing teaching and learning challenges. In International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 3(4): 131-142.

Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2007). Disciplinary differences in the use of educational technology. Conference proceedings of the Second International Conference on E-learning, 28-29 June 2007, New York, USA. Edited by Remenyi ,D. UK: Academic Conferences Limited. ISBN 978-1-905305-47 6. [Published on CD-ROM].

Hodgkinson-Williams, C and Czerniewicz, L (2007). Educational Technologists in Higher Education Institutions in South Africa, Moving beyond random acts of progress. Presented at Research Based Elearning, Hogsback.

2006

Czerniewicz , L. & Brown, C. (2006). The Virtual Möbius Strip: Access to and use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in higher education in the Western Cape. Cape Town: Centre for Educational Technology.

Czerniewicz, L.,Ravjee, N., & Mlitwa, N. (2006). Higher Education Monitor: ICTs and the South African Higher Education Landscape Council for higher Education. Pretoria: The council on higher education.

Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2006). Gendered access to and uses of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in South Africa: Higher education experiences in the Western Cape. Conference proceedings of the EdMedia 2006 World conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications.Orlando, Florida, 31-38. ISBN 1-880094-59-2.

Jaffer, S., Ng’ambi, D. & Czerniewicz, L. (2006). The role of ICTs in higher education in South Africa: One strategy for addressing teaching and learning challenges. Conference proceedings of Emerge Online Conference: Learning Landscapes in Southern Africa, 10-21 July. [Online] http://emerge2006.net/connect/site/UploadWSC/emerge2006/file6/sjaffer_ngambi_czerniewicz%20ermerge2006%2030jun06.pdf. ISBN 0-620-36467-X.

Cox, G., Czerniewicz, L. & Carr, A.M. (2006). A Multifaceted Staff Development Approach to Integrating Technology into University Courses. Conference proceedings of eLearning Africa 2006. Addis Ababa.

2005

Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2005). Access to ICT for teaching and learning: From single artefact to inter-related resources. In International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technologies, 1(2): 42-56.

Czerniewicz, L. & Brown, C. (2005). The uses of information and communication technology (ICT) in teaching and learning in South African higher education practices in the Western Cape. In Perspectives in Education, 23(4): 1-18.

Czerniewicz, L. & Carr, A.M. (2005). Growing communities of practice among educational technology researchers and practitioners in development-oriented contexts: Linking local and global debates. In International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technologies, 1(2): 3-24.

Czerniewicz, L. & Hodgkinson-Williams, C. (2005). Editorial: Education in South Africa – what have ICTs got to do with it? In Perspectives in Education, 23(4): vii-xiv.

Brown, C. & Czerniewicz, L. (2005). Access to computers: Factors hindering and encouraging use of computers for teaching and learning in five regional higher education institutions in South Africa. Conference proceedings of the World Conference on E-Learning, E-Learn 2004, 1-5 November 2004. Washington, DC, USA, 1800-1805.

Carr, A.M., Brown, C., Cox, G., Czerniewicz, L., Deacon, A. & Morrison, A. (2005). Communities of practice in staff development: Learning to teach with technology. Conference proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference on World Wide Web applications, 29-31 August 2005. Cape Town, South Africa.

Cox, G., Carr, A.M. & Czerniewicz, L. (2005). Staff development workshops for humanities educators: Teaching with technology. Conference proceedings of the 8th IFIP World Conference on Computers in Education (WCCE), 4-7 July 2005. Stellenbosch, South Africa, ISBN 1-920-01711-9.


2004

Czerniewicz, L. (2004).Cape of Storms or Cape of Good Hope? Educational technology in a changing environment. In British Journal of Educational Technology, 35(2): 145-158.

Czerniewicz, L. & Ngambi, D. (2004).
 Students use of computers in UCT’s ‘walk-in’ laboratories. In British Journal of Educational Technology, 35(2): 241-246.

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