The DataLab group is a research laboratory at The University of Zambia. The group primarily conducts research focused on data analysis and data management, with focus on three key research areas:
- Digital Libraries;
- Data Mining and
- Educational Technology.
The primary activities conducted by the research laboratory are:
- Community Engagement and
Zulu, Ernest Obbie, and Lighton Phiri. 2022. “Enterprise Medical Imaging For Improved Radiological Workflows: Towards An Interoperable And Standards-Based Medical Imaging Platform In Public Health Facilities In Zambia”. In Zambia Digital Health Conference 2022. Lusaka, Zambia: Ministry of Health. https://www.moh.gov.zm/?wpfb_dl=160.
Zulu, Ernest Obbie, and Lighton Phiri. 2022. “Enterprise Medical Imaging In The Global South: Challenges And Opportunities”. In 2022 Ist-Africa Conference. IEEE.
Kuyela, Kadeyo Mutale. 2022. “Investigating The Usefulness Of Interactive Tablets In Facilitating Teaching And Learning Activities: The Case Of Mwabu Tablet”. Department Of Library And Information Science. Lusaka, Zambia: The University of Zambia.
News and Announcements
|Friday, May 27, 2022 - 07:26||New Final Year Undergraduate Students Joining the DataLab Lab in 2022|
|Tuesday, April 26, 2022 - 06:25||Conference Presentation at CSEDU 2022: Factors Influencing Co-Creation of Open Educational Resources Using Learning Object Repositories|
|Monday, March 14, 2022 - 06:49||"Enterprise Medical Imaging in the Global South: Challenges and Opportunities" Accepted to IST-Africa 2022|
|Monday, March 14, 2022 - 06:21||"Factors Influencing Co-Creation of Open Education Resources Using Learning Object Repositories" Accepted to CSEDU 2022|
|Tuesday, November 30, 2021 - 12:52||Seed Money Grant Award for Streamlined Medical Imaging Workflows in Zambia Using Enterprise Medical Imaging and Artificial Intelligence|