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South African Journal of Higher Education

2002 Volume 16, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Empirical Evaluation of a Forecasting Model for Successful Facilitation in Telematic Learning Programmes

    A Bisschoff & C A. Bisschoff

    Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education evaluated the usefulness of a model created to predict the success of distance education course facilitators. The model identified eight key ... More

    pp. 104-11

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  2. Self-Directed Learning: Adult Learners' Perceptions and Their Study Materials

    E S. G. Greyling, H C. Geyser & C M. Fourie

    Triggered by the poor performance of historically-disadvantaged students in a South African distance education course, examined students' perceptions of their self-directed learning (SDL). Also... More

    pp. 112-21

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  3. Concerns of Lecturers Delivering Distance Education via Emerging Technologies

    Y Kotze & C Dreyer

    Surveyed 414 university lecturers teaching language modules about their concerns in teaching distance education. Uncovered broad themes: time and workload, teaching versus research, promotion,... More

    pp. 130-38

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  4. Transdiciplinary Training on the Web: An Exploration

    E Alant

    Addresses the concept of transdisciplinary training by discussing the application of the approach to the development of a Web-based multi-professional master's course in early childhood... More

    pp. 193-97

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