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Browsing Journal Articles (Peer-reviewed) by Author "Rensleigh, C."

Browsing Journal Articles (Peer-reviewed) by Author "Rensleigh, C."

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  • Naudé, F.; Rensleigh, C.; Du Toit, A.S.A. (Department of Information and Knowledge Management, University of Johannesburg, )
    The Web is a powerful, dynamic and flexible information resource interface that fundamentally alters the academic’s research practices and interaction with information due to the additional avenues available to retrieve ...
  • Errera, J.; Roestenburg, W.; Rensleigh, C. (International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities, )
    With the advent of the Internet and related Web resources and the integration thereof into our everyday life has made it impossible for social work practitioners to ignore the possibilities and challenges that would ...
  • Nortjé, H.; Rensleigh, C.; van Brakel, P.A. (Department of Information and Knowledge Management, University of Johannesburg, )
    The information economy, brought about inter alia by advances in ICT, has led to significant changes in the work environment. Employees are expected to be office workers who are not only computer literate, but information ...
  • Burger, E.; Rensleigh, C. (InterWord Communications for Department of Information and Knowledge Management, University of Johannesburg, )
    The information workers of today have a wide range of information sources available to make valuable decisions, so much so that it can lead to information overload. The purpose of this research was to investigate the ...
  • Laughton, P.; Rensleigh, C. (Department of Information and Knowledge Management, University of Johannesburg, )
    The on-line user of today has access to a vast collection of information resources. In addition, the developments in Internet and Web technologies have made it even easier for surfers to anonymously get access to on-line ...
  • Rensleigh, C.; De Beer, C. (Department of Information and Knowledge Management, University of Johannesburg, )
    This article is a discussion of how electronic information resources can be used inside the online academic environment and in particular how the electronic course reserves (ECR) module of INNOPAC can be integrated with ...

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