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Periodical articleBlignaut, Pieter and Dednam, Engela and Nkalai, Tlholohelo (2016)
See this documentComputer Ownership and Usage as Predictors of Computer Literacy of South African Students
Abstract presentPerspectives on Global Development and Technology. Volume 15 #6. p. 638-664.

Periodical articleOkyere-Kwakye, Eugene and Nor, Khalil Md and Ologbo, Andrew C. (2016)
Technology acceptance: examining the intentions of Ghanaian teachers to use computer for teaching
African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 26 #2. p. 117-130.

Periodical articleKarsenti, Thierry and Kouawo, Achille (2015)
See this documentSocial representations and uses of technologies of African high-school students
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 12 #2. p. 294-308.

Periodical articleMaduku, Daniel K. (2015)
See this documentFactors of E-book Use Intentions: Perspective of Students in a Developing Country
Abstract presentPerspectives on Global Development and Technology. Volume 14 #6. p. 597-618.

Periodical articleZirima, Herbert and Nyanga, Takupiwa and Zirima, Priscilla (2015)
Navigating new horizons: an analysis of factors that influence computer literacy among undergraduate students
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 27 #3. p. 394-408.

Periodical articleOyedele, V. (ed.) (2014)
The impact of computer-assisted instruction on secondary school students' achievement in geography
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 26 #1. p. 73-86.

Periodical articleKainose Mhlolo, Michael (2013)
Computer assisted assessment and the role it plays in educational decision-making and educational justice: a case study of one teacher training college in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 25 #2. p. 277-294.

Periodical articleBakkabulindi, F.E.K. and Kabasiita, J. (2012)
Change agents, training and age as correlates of use of computers among Masters students in Makerere University School of Education
Nkumba Business Journal. Volume 11. p. 145-163.

Periodical articleChitanana, Lockias (2009)
An assessment of the utilisation of computers as teaching and learning resources: a case study of selected Gweru urban schools
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 21 #3. November. p. 323-339.

Periodical articleTatira, L. (2009)
An experimental study into the use of computers for teaching of composition writing in English at Prince Edward School in Harare
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 21 #1. p. 85-101.

Periodical articleBose, K. and Tsayang, G. (2005)
Availability and utilisation of information and communication technology (ICT) in primary schools: a case of Southern Region of Botswana
Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 19 #1. p. 28-36.

BookOwusu-Afriyie, Kingsley (2003)
Information and communications technologies (ICTs) consequences of development for women in Africa: the case of Ghana
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 225p.

Periodical articleDlamini, B.M. and Malindzisa, L.M. (1995)
Extent of use and usefulness of microcomputers in Swaziland high schools
BOLESWA Educational Research Journal. Volume 12. p. 10-19.

Periodical articlePhiri, S.J. and Phiri, P.N.C. (1991)
Ideas on science and technology in Zambia. Pt.2
African Journal of Science and Technology. Series C, General. Volume 2 #2. December. p. 32-41.

Periodical articlePhiri, S.J. and Phiri, P.N.C. (1991)
Ideas on science and technology in Zambia. Pt.1
African Journal of Science and Technology. Series C, General. Volume 2 #2. December. p. 1-10.

Periodical articleNkhata, B.W.M. (1989)
Report on a UNESCO CDS/ISIS software training course for users, held at the Malawi Institute of Education, Domasi, Malawi, December 4-8, 1989
MALA Bulletin. Volume 5 #2. December. p. 40-47.

Periodical articleNyali, G.L. (1989)
Report on a training course on mini-micro CDS/ISIS software package for English-speaking African countries, held in Berlin, West Germany, September 17-29, 1989
MALA Bulletin. Volume 5 #2. December. p. 29-30.

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