Scroll down for the presentations of the Conference held on 1, 2 and 3 August 2012 at Emperor's Palace, Gauteng, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the M.Ed (Computer-Integrated Education) of the University of Pretoria.
The theme was "The 'ADDIE model' - Alive and we
Rob Branch, Johannes Cronje and Piet Kommers

The conference was structured around the "Addie" model of instructional design. Topics included...

This theme considers the context against which elearning developments take place. Target population analyses, student or learner profiles, cultural issues, developing countries, technology surveys, learning styles, teaching styles, demographic issues, etc.

Instructional design models, design features, new features, specific designs for specific solutions. Design for Development. Specific designs, such as drills, tutorials, simulations, games

Development and Implementation
Recent developments, Development models and methodologies, site-specific implementations, large-scale implementations, implementations in developing countries, pilot implementations, demonstrations of prototypes, implementation of existing software, open source, social software.

Computer-based testing, evaluation of technologies such as clickers, whiteboards, simulators, etc.
Evaluation of software and its effect on learning, evaluation of implementations

Alumni of the University of Pretoria Masters' in Computer-Integrated Education
Topics and issues that do  not fall under any of the above.


Keynote: ELLIE and ADDIE in Time & Space

Ruth de Villiers


Awareness and utilisation of electronic learning by learners in selected schools in Gauteng

Isa van Aardt and Antoinette Basson


How social is spontaneous social networking in a predominantly contact-delivered course?

Lynette Nagel and Mia Verster

University of Pretoria

Building Capacity to Support Online Learners at African Higher Education Institutions

Written Paper (Double-blind peer reviewed)

Greig Krull and Brenda Mallinson


Communications via the internet: Ethical considerations in Health Sciences Education

Rhena Delport

University of Pretoria

How do the design and development of online coaching differ from more traditional elearning?

Patrick Kayton

Cognician Software

Using design-based research in a multi-mode learning environment to address learning inequalities

Janette Kruger

North-West University

Setting up Flipped Classrooms Using Blended Learning Design

Pelleth Thomas

University of Botswana

Addie and an online masters’ degree

Annemarie Bates


Keynote Learning in social context

Piet Kommers

Univ Twente

'What's happening?': Students' use of Twitter in a social media seminar

Nicola Pallitt


Use of computer-based assessment strategies (Written paper)

Pam Miller


Impact of technology engagement teaching strategy on learning

Sibongile Simelane  PM Skhosana


The Changing Skills Requirements for HRD Practitioners and "Dirty Learning" (Warning: Huge file)

Willie Martiz


Dirty learning

Willie Maritz


Working with what you've got: A proposal for ODL to e-learning conversion (Written paper)

Sydney Butler


Design learning 'on the go': investigating an activity-based approach to the use of mobile learning for beginner design education at a University of Technology.

Jolanda De Villiers Morkel


Using a mind-mapping tool to guide the ADDIE process

Johann Fouché

JF multimedia

Keynote    Addie is not a model

Rob Branch

University of Georgia

How to get the best return on investment in your learning program.

Moira de Roche


Innovative e-learning in the private sector – is this an oxymoron?

Irene le Roux and Ilse du Preez


The pitfalls of online assessment

Greg Doyle and Freda van Breda


Digital Publishing changes the publishing and content landscape. Learning via Mobile Apps

Wesley Lynch


Weighted Discussion Forums as Alternative Formative Assessment

Leonie Steyn Francette Myburgh


e-Assessment: How to use computer-based testing to enhance learning

Double-blind peer reviewed written paper

El-Marie Mostert  Erika de Bruyn Gabrielle Pretorius

University of Pretoria

The Power of Rapid prototyping software: Designing a work ethic curriculum for theWorkplace. Paul AsundaSouthern Illinois University Carbondale
 Current issues in Elearning  
      Workshop Notes

 Johannes Cronje CPUT

Twitter Stream  Moderated by Maggie Verster and Derek Moore

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