Previous posts about ‘the interview‘ was about the interview ITweb’s Technology Editor, Warwick Ashford, did with us about site2.
The readers of this blog already know about everything mentioned.
In line with an international trend towards interactive Web sites, two Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) students have developed a driving school search engine for learner drivers in SA that has won them a place in the National Innovation Competition for IT-based projects.
The site uses interactive Web 2.0 characteristics
The Next Generation Category is dedicated to this.
We use Gaim software (an instant messaging application) to handle messages sent using the Mxit application.
There are also plans to expand the language options for instructors to the Web pages, beginning with Xhosa, Afrikaans and Zulu
Phillips and Dos Santos will join the winning teams of all the other higher education innovation competitions to compete in the National Innovation Competition sponsored by the National Research Foundation’s Innovation Fund.
Go there if you want to see our pic, eek. Published today (Friday), so its still going to be there till Monday. 🙂 Let’s see what the stats are going to say over the next couple of days. Read the ‘Students score with interactive Web site Article‘ here.
Enjoy the weekend, we will.