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The vision of the Discipline of Information Systems and Technology is to be a leader in the Discipline of Information Systems and Technology domain in Africa, supporting quality learning and innovative research.

Mission

The discipline's mission is to foster an environment that is conducive to learning and research, focuses on the needs of its students, enables staff creativity and autonomy, thereby building morale, applies state of the art technologies in its everyday activities and remains locally grounded and globally aware.

 

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How technology can open up South Africa s universities
How technology can open up South Africa s universities
There are two revolutions happening in South Africa’s universities. One is very public and hard to ignore. In 2015 the country saw the emergence of energetic, organised student movements demanding wholesale changes in the sector.
Technology enables UKZN Academic to Co-Present Research at Interna...
Technology enables UKZN Academic to Co-Present Research at Interna...
Digital technology made it possible for School of Management, Information Technology and Governanceacademic, Dr Upasana Singh to co-present with her supervisor, Unisa’s Professor Ruth de Villiers at the E-Learn World Conference on E-Learning that was recently held in Hawaii.
UKZN Academics Team Up for Moodle Quiz Training Research
UKZN Academics Team Up for Moodle Quiz Training Research
UKZN academics Dr Upasana Singh of the College of Law and Management Studies and Mrs Roshni Gokool of the College of Humanities recently teamed up to conduct research into the adoption of e-assessment - an important goal in promoting technology - in a second language module at UKZN.
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