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Giselle Rampersad
Flinders University
51Publications
13H-index
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#1Giselle Rampersad (Flinders University)H-Index: 13
#2Vlatka Zivotic-Kukuloj (Flinders University)
While innovation is critical for the workforce of tomorrow, the curricula of current science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education programs do not sufficiently prepare graduates with innovation skills for the future of work increasingly characterized by automation and artificial intelligence. This quantitative, longitudinal study measures key transferable skills in work integrated learning (WIL) students, before and after their industry placement. It found that students were ...
#1Carolin PlewaH-Index: 18
#2Giselle RampersadH-Index: 13
Last.Joanne HoH-Index: 2
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Linkages between university and industry are known to facilitate economic development on a national level as well as render benefits to universities and industry. As a result, there has been growing attention on the success factors of such collaborations. Despite such prominence, our understanding of the evolution of these factors in university-industry relationships remains limited. Building on extant research, this study contributes to our theoretical and managerial understanding by examining ...
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#1Giselle Rampersad (Flinders University)H-Index: 13
#2Indrit Troshani (University of Adelaide)H-Index: 15
ABSTRACTInnovation has emerged as a critical area in the information technology (IT) for development literature. In particular, there has been on an increased focus on innovation through high-speed...
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#1Kanwaldeep Kaur (Flinders University)H-Index: 1
#2Giselle Rampersad (Flinders University)H-Index: 13
Abstract Driverless cars are seen as one of the key disruptors in the next technology revolution. However, the main barrier to adoption is the lack of public trust. The purpose of this study is to investigate the key factors influencing the adoption of driverless cars. Drawing on quantitative evidence, the study found that the ability of the driverless car to meet performance expectations and its reliability were important adoption determinants. Significant concerns included privacy (autonomy, l...
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#1Tamim Alkhalifah (Flinders University)
#2Denise de Vries (Flinders University)H-Index: 8
Last.Giselle Rampersad (Flinders University)H-Index: 13
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Mobile devices have become attractive learning devices. They provide learners with flexibility and ubiquity to learn anytime and anywhere via wireless Internet. The majority of the existing research on mobile learning adoption has focused primarily on developed countries, with developing countries being largely underexplored. However, the high mobile phone penetration rates in developing countries have provided important opportunities for broadening access to mobile learning in those societies. ...
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The main advantage of cloud computing is to reduce the IT cost. By using cloud computing, organisations do not have to set up an IT infrastructure, and instead are able to rent resources and give payment only for the using services. Even with the appealing of cloud computing benefits, it is still in infancy in developing countries due to many reasons. Technology adoption has been explored to a limited degree in developing countries, particularly in relation to cloud computing in the tertiary edu...
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Cloud computing is a novel trend in the sphere of information technology. This research sought to identify the factors that could influence the adoption of cloud computing in Saudi Arabian universities, and to comprehend the theories of technology adoption that apply to the uptake of cloud computing in organisations or for individuals, and how they pertained to the study reported here. Four categories of possible influencers were investigated: technological, organisational, environmental, and cu...
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Entrepreneurial ecosystems have grown in prominence given the vital need to transform economies around the creation of innovative products and services,thereby leading to wealth creation and international competitiveness. Such ecosystems involve a network of interactions of individuals and organizations from business, government and university. Despite the heightened popularity of entrepreneurial ecosystems, more attention is needed on the effective governance of its key stakeholders to ensure t...
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#2Robert Goodwin (Flinders University)H-Index: 8
Last.Giselle Rampersad (Flinders University)H-Index: 13
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Despite the importance of organizational readiness for successful e-Government, limited studies examine internal organizational factors needed for the transformation to e-Government. This study contributes to the literatures pertaining to e-Readiness and e-Government, by offering an Organizational E-Government Readiness (OEGR) model which uncovers critical factors imperative for e-Government readiness in public organizations. Based on a quantitative survey of key government officials in Saudi Ar...
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