Sheryl Buckley

Sheryl Buckley is an Associate Professor in the School of Computing at the University of South Africa (UNISA). She holds a Primary Teacher’s Diploma, Further Diploma in Education, National Diploma in Computer Practice, BEd in Computer based Education, Med in Computer based Education, Postgraduate diploma in Information Management and DLitt et Phil in Information Science. Sheryl previously taught at a High School and at a Technical College for 10 years respectively. Sheryl has been for more than 25 years teaching, researching, practicing and supervising students engaged in research at both doctoral and masters level. Sheryl is a member of the Computer Society of South Africa and an Examiner for the Gauteng Department of Education. In addition, she is a peer reviewer for local, national and international conferences and journals.

Publications

The Big Data Research Ecosystem: An Analytical Literature Study
Moses John Strydom, Sheryl Buckley. © 2021. 31 pages.
Big data is the emerging field where innovative technology offers new ways to extract value from an unequivocal plethora of available information. By its fundamental...
AI and Big Data’s Potential for Disruptive Innovation
Moses Strydom, Sheryl Buckley. © 2020. 405 pages.
Big data and artificial intelligence (AI) are at the forefront of technological advances that represent a potential transformational mega-trend—a new multipolar and innovative...
Big Data Intelligence and Perspectives in Darwinian Disruption
Moses John Strydom, Sheryl Beverley Buckley. © 2020. 43 pages.
The convergence of big data and artificial intelligence, namely big data intelligence, seems inevitable at an epoch just as the automation of smart decision making becomes the...
Promoting Inclusive Growth in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Sheryl Beverley Buckley. © 2020. 325 pages.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution revolves around cyber-physical systems and artificial intelligence. Little is certain about this new wave of innovation, which leaves...
The Big Data Research Ecosystem: An Analytical Literature Study
Moses John Strydom, Sheryl Buckley. © 2019. 33 pages.
Big data is the emerging field where innovative technology offers new ways to extract value from an unequivocal plethora of available information. By its fundamental...
Knowledge Management Innovations for Interdisciplinary Education: Organizational Applications
Sheryl Buckley, Maria Jakovljevic. © 2013. 486 pages.
Knowledge management innovations provide essential pathways through which teachers, researchers, students, and knowledge management professionals who are interested in...
Technology and Tools Supporting CoPs
Sheryl Buckley, Paul Giannakopoulos. © 2013. 31 pages.
The role of technology in organisations over the past two decades, whether centred on business or education, has varied from performing simple day-to-day tasks to performing...
Using Communities of Practice to Share Knowledge in a Knowledge City
Sheryl Buckley, Apostolos Giannakopoulos. © 2010. 33 pages.
In the pre-industrial age, communities existed to connect people. People joined guilds to find mentors who would help them master their crafts. During the industrial revolution...