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ReSNeS & research papers
ReSNeS (national Research Network for e-Skills)The research component of iNeSI is led by the national Research Network for e-Skills (ReSNeS).
ReSNeS has adopted a multi-stakeholder model that allows for collaboration on research, with a network of researchers that extends across the higher education sector, the private sector, government, business and civil society.
This creation of a knowledge base for a hyper connected world is part of iNeSI's mandate to support wealth equity within the country and to make South Africa more globally competitive.
- Thought leadership
- Research classification
- Research working groups
- Develop integrated approaches for policy development
- Research and evaluation of e-skills impacts
For more information, contact ReSNeS Coordinator, Prof Phinda Songca, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +27(0)43 709 4069
Transforming the voting paradigm - the shift from inline, to online to mobile voting
(Thakur, S.; Olugbara, O. O.; Millham, R.; Wesso, H.W.; and Sharif, M.)
E-social Astuteness skills for ICT - supported equitable prosperity and a capable developmental state in South Africa
(Mitrovic, Z.; Taylor, W.; Sharif, M.; Claassen, W.; and Wesso, H.W.)
Gender and Mobile App Development as a Career of Choice: An Exploratory Study in South Africa
(Twinomurinzi, H.; and Dajee R.)
Strategies, Practices and Skills for Competitiveness in the Digital Economy - A perspective on large companies in South Africa
(Craffert, L; Ungerer, M; Visser, K; Morrison, J and Claassen, W)
Social Media and Open Innovation – a Systemic Approach to Commercialisation of Socio-economic Solutions
(Craffert, L., Visser, K., Breytenbach, J. 2014 in Asher Rospigliosi, A., Greener, S. (Eds.). 2014. Proceedings of the European Conference on Social Media. University of Brighton. UK. 10-11 July. Reading: Academic Conferences and Publishing International Ltd. 103-110. ISBN: 978‐1‐910309‐28‐5.)
- Proceedings of the 2014 e-Skills for Knowledge Production and Innovation Conference