Siddique is a lecturer in the Department of Civil Engineering and Surveying at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
Education Research Focus
Siddique's broad area of research is Geographic Information Systems (GIS), with a strong focus on the following areas: Geomatics education, Historical mapping, Participatory GIS and Open Source GIS. He currently undertaking research on combining GIS and storytelling of African history as a decolonising methodology. He has also been involved in research that investigated the use of Participatory GIS for informal settlement upgrading.
Motala, S. 2011. Constructive Alignment of an introductory university Geographic Information Systems course, Proceedings of FIG Working Week 2011, Marrakech, 18-22 May 2011
Musungu, K., Motala, S., 2012. Participatory Multi-Criteria Evaluation and GIS: An Application in Flood Risk Analysis, Proceedings of the First FIG Young Surveyors Conference, Rome, Italy, 4-5 May.
Musungu, K., Motala, S., 2012. Maps and Blocks: Using GIS to Enhance Community Participation in Planning Informal Settlements, GISSA Ukubuzana 2012 Conference, Kempton Park, 2-4 October.
Motala, S., Musungu, K. 2013. Once upon a place: Storytelling in GIS education. Proceedings of 13th International Multidisciplinary Scientific Geoconference SGEM 2013, 16-22 June 2013, Albena, Bulgaria
Musungu, K. (UCT), Motala, S.(CPUT) & Smit, J.(UCT), 2012. Using Multi-criteria Evaluation and GIS for Flood Risk Analysis in Informal Settlements of Cape Town: The Case of Graveyard Pond, South African Journal of Geomatics, Vol. 1(1) pp 77-91.
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