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  • Butgereit, L (African Science Communication Conference, 2006-12)
    Parent Run Science Clubs: A case study at Nooitgedacht 88 Primary School is a presentation case study presentation that will facilitate national, economic and social improvement through human capital development
  • Coetzee, L; Butgereit, L; Smith, Andrew C; Thomson, T (ZA-WWW 2012 Conference, 2012-11)
    A smart environment consists of three elements: automation facilities, a network, and intelligent control. This paper describes a project in which a physical model of a smart environment was created, connected to the ...
  • Butgereit, L; Coetzee, L; Hay, J; Hugo, J; Gush, K (2011-08)
    The “Internet of Things” is the phenomenon of more and more “things” being connected to the Internet (as opposed to people getting connected to the Internet). Although the concept of “Internet of Things” includes bidirectional ...
  • Coetzee, L; Seetharam, D; Butgereit, L; Van Gelder, A (The authors, 2010-05)
    South Africa produces a large number of engineering and computer science graduates annually. There is a perception that many of these graduates are not work ready and require additional training before they can contribute ...
  • Butgereit, L (IST-Africa, 2011-05)
    People volunteer their time and energy to projects for many different reasons. For some people, the reason may be that family members are involved in the project such as parents volunteering at their children's schools or ...
  • Butgereit, L; Botha, RA (IST-Africa, 2011-05)
    “Dr Math” is a facility where primary and secondary school pupils can use MXit on their cell phones to get help with their mathematics homework. Pupils use an abbreviated “MXit lingo” leaving out most vowels and substituting ...
  • Butgereit, L; Coetzee, L; Olivrin, G (2011-08)
    Human beings exert a sense of ownership over the “things” in their lives. They own books, tennis rackets, cell phones, and handbags just to name a few. They transport these “things” from home to the office and, then, to ...
  • Butgereit, L; Botha, Adèle (IIMC (International Information Management Corporation), 2012-05)
    Volunteer workers contribute to many aspects of society. There are volunteer organisations which formally assist in many areas such as health, education, housing, safety and security. Virtual volunteering is less common. ...
  • Butgereit, L; Coetzee, L; Smith, Andrew C (IEEE, 2011-10)
    The “Internet of Things” is the paradigm of connecting physical objects (things) with digital intelligence to the Internet. People have been connecting to the Internet for decades. It is only recently that things have been ...
  • Butgereit, L; Botha, Adèle; Van Niekerk, D (AFRICOMM 2009, 2009-12)
    Language skills are essential for education and economic development. Many countries (especially in Africa) have more than one official language and even more unofficial languages. Being able to express oneself effectively ...
  • Butgereit, L (2008-10)
    Rural Africa is in need of qualified teachers in mathematics and science for primary and secondary school. Classrooms in rural Africa are often benches under a tree. The teachers themselves often have limited education in ...
  • Butgereit, L (2008-10)
    Rural Africa is in need of qualified teachers in mathematics and science for primary and secondary school. Classrooms in rural Africa are often benches under a tree. The teachers themselves often have limited education in ...
  • Butgereit, L (2007-05)
    Interns and new employees right out of university or technicians need practical experience in software development projects before they can effectively contribute to an organization's own software development. Encouraging ...
  • Butgereit, L (AMESA 2009, 2009)
    The learners in primary and secondary school today are a “switched-on” generation. Traditional educational tools such as paper, pencils, and white boards are competing with cell phones, MP3 players, IPODs, PDAs, Wiis and ...
  • Butgereit, L; Smith, Andrew C (2012-05)
    The Internet of Things is a new paradigm of more and more physical objects, or “things”, becoming connected to the Internet. As more and more physical objects are enhanced with digital intelligence, the Internet of Things ...