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South African Journal of Higher Education

1996 Volume 10, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Self-Study as Instructional Method and the Use of Multi-Media Learning Packages

    E v. E. Pretorius

    The University of the Orange Free State (South Africa) is testing effectiveness of group work with tutors as part of independent study modules. The method is based on an experiential learning cycle... More

    pp. 40-51

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  2. Intelligent Information Retrieval Support in Constructivist Learning Environments

    Vevek Ram

    Discusses problems in creating the information retrieval mechanisms used in constructivist computer-based learning environments to support knowledge discovery: (1) subject can not always be pre... More

    pp. 89-95

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  3. The Implementation of a Computer-Supported Cooperative Learning Environment: A Case Study

    Madelise Grobler & Carina de Villiers

    A University of Pretoria (South Africa) study investigated the instructional effectiveness of and participant attitudes toward cooperative learning in a computer-assisted instructional setting (a... More

    pp. 125-34

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  4. University of Namibia's Part-Time Tutors versus Universal Competencies

    H A. Beukes

    To reach rural populations, the University of Namibia hires part-time faculty with varying qualifications on one-year contracts to conduct distance education. A study of these teachers' classroom... More

    pp. 164-67

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